Gravy Train Bingo Review
It's been a while since we liked the name of a new bingo site, but Gravy Train Bingo appeals to our nature. The gaming arena is one long gravy train with multiple brands jumping in to get a taste of the action - so why not have a brand that covers that as well. Players may also want to jump on board to this particular site if the destination is free money and big wins!
Gravy Train Bingo is the latest addition to the Live Bingo Network (LBN), a group of over 30 sites that are combined on the Cozy Games platform. The site offers the standard deal of free bingo for new players (max bonus is £20) with three reasonable deposit bonuses for first, second and third account funding. These bonuses are set at 300%, 150% and 100% respectively. Wagering terms apply.
Regulars to LBN sites such as Landmark and Comfy will know that there's a range of games including 30,75, 80 and 90 ball bingo. There are also plenty of slots including Rubies and Sapphires, Five Pirates and Treasures of King Arthur. These are all nicely packaged so that the site is accessible on PC, mobile and tablet.
Promotions wise there are the usual LBN networked monthly offers, free bingo, bonuses and prizes. With so many brands now in this stable we do think it's high time that one came out with something exclusive. It's becoming harder and harder to differentiate between brands and the group is heading quickly into the Dragonfish trap of multiple brands but little excitement for players.
One thing that is really missing from Gravy Train Bingo is a train! what we have is a standard purple themed site with perhaps the logo the closest you'll get to being trained themed. This site is crying out for an "All Aboard The Bingo Express" or "Hop On The Gravy Train" strapline complete with bingoheaded folks hanging off a choo-choo! For us it's an opportunity lost!
For players it's simply another LBN site with a nice free trial, big welcome offer and plenty of promos. The improved withdrawal terms and addition of better slots from the likes of Net Entertainment are a positive. However, as usual do check the terms before hopping aboard.