Queen Bee Bingo Review
Did you know that the bingo call for the number 73 is sometimes Queen Bee? Well, now you know and it's something you'll remember when visiting the latest addition to the Real Money Network powered by Dragonfish. Queen Bee is the 5th addition to that group, following hot on the heels of Real Deal, and it's the fourth from Tau Gaming who also own Blighty Bingo!
The Real Money Network is the newest group of sites in the bingo world and the big difference for players is that there are no wagering terms. This is because no bonus money is offered with wins always being paid out in real cash. On the upside this means you know where you are with wagering and withdrawals. However, there are slightly tougher conditions when it comes to when you can withdraw. Swings and roundabouts!
Daily Free Spins
No bonuses doesn't actually equate to no rewards! New players to Queen Bee Bingo - and indeed all the other Real Money sites - receive £70 of bingo tickets on a deposit of £10. These tickets are for The Big £10K game and daily jackpots in the Street Party game. Any wins are paid out as cash. On top of the tickets you'll also receive 10 spins on a selected slot game. Again any wins are paid out as real cash.
To keep you buzzing back to hopefully a hive of activity at Queen Bee you're also offered free bingo games and daily free spins. You will need to be a depositing player to get access to these offers - but again any wins are paid out as cash. Note that the minimum withdrawal amount is £35 compared to £10 which is currently in force over at Foxy Bingo!
Sure Win Games
Inside Queen Bee Bingo you'll find 75 ball and 90 ball rooms, free bingo - as already mentioned - and a handful of specials including a couple of Sure Win games that take place twice a month. The site also boasts the usual array of Dragonfish slots including Starburst, Fluffy Favourites, Millionaire Genie and Sugar Train.
Of all The Real Money sites that have launched, Queen Bee looks the most inviting. It has a bit of character and gives players a lot more detail. The key though is convincing bingo players that no bonuses are the future and to leave the comfort of the likes of Foxy, Jackpotjoy, Tombola etc. Queen Bee looks better than it's rivals, but offers nothing different which means we'll soon end up with another huge network of sites all doing the same thing.
This site has a long way to go before it becomes the Bee's Knees and the buzzing place to play bingo, but it's better placed than Real Deal, Zinger, Blighty and Hunky.