Sing Bingo Review
Sing Bingo was the second site to launch within the Costa group. It arrived with a music theme and loads of freebies. However, times have changed! They used to call themselves “The Star of Free Bingo” but they now go under the "Where Bingo Rocks" umbrella. Free games are still available but Sing has dropped down the charts as more brands have joined the same stable and utilised the Dragonfish software platform.
New players are welcomed to Sing Bingo with access to free bingo games. There are also deposit bonuses on offer. Details of the current offer - plus wagering terms - can be found above & below, as well as visiting Sing Bingo.
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You will need to enter your card details when you first join Sing Bingo. Note that you won't be charged anything, but you will miss out on free bingo if you don't complete your details. These card details are just for where players would prefer to receive any winnings and you can change payment method once registration is completed. Sing accept deposits via all the usual methods including Maestro, Visa, Mastercard, Paysafecard and Wire Transfer.
Free bingo has changed considerably at Sing Bingo in recent times (2018) and it's now no longer as prevalent. New non-depositing players now only have access to free games for 24 hours after registration. The other rooms, I Want To Break Free and The Reload Tour are only available to depositing players.
Bingo isn't all about free games and there's plenty to cheer about at Sing Bingo. They host regular chat games, special prize games and a weekly TFI game. Each month the site focuses on a particular group or artiste and the prizes and promos on offer have some relation to them. Madonna, David Bowie, Tom Jones, Michael Jackson, The Beatles and Elvis Presley are among the stars who have been the theme of Sing's recent offers.
When we last updated our review of Sing Bingo it wasn't mobile ready - thankfully it now is and play is accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop. They did use to have mobile player only promos, but a quick look at that page on the site and you can see it's not been updated in a while. This is one of the minor quibbles we have with Sing as it does feel it, along with Fancy, has been left in the cold since the likes of Frozen, Rewind, Monkey and others joined the same stable.
Hit Or Miss?
The decline of Sing Bingo is evident on social media too! Sing Bingo's Facebook Page hasn't been updated much inr ecent times which for a brand that was #2 to Costa seems a bit strange. On the plus side the main site still runs a VIP scheme, you still earn points when you play and there are plenty of slots to enjoy too.
When Sing Bingo first arrived on the scene back in 2012 we were excited as it offered something new. However it's not had the same love and attention of it's bigger sister, Costa, and that's a big shame. It's still a good place to play - has lots of promos, great games and deposit offers - but it needs a few really big new hits to propel it back up the bingo charts.
Launched: May 2010
Owner: Mandalay Media Ltd
Licence: UK Gambling Commission
Bingo Rooms: 75 ball, 90 ball, 52 ball
Popular Slots: 300 Shields, Dawn Of Dinosaurs, Flux, Rebets Splendour
Minimum Deposit: £5 Minimum Withdrawal: £5
Wagering Terms: No wagering on bingo tickets
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Updated On Wednesday 11th July 2018