Tip Top Bingo Review
Tip Top Bingo
Tip Top Bingo launched in April 2016 and joined a number of United Bingo group of sites. Among it's sister sites are Moon, Polo, Robin Hood and Sugar. Like those mentioned - Tip Top uses the Dragonfish platform to power it's site. The good news though is that it's using a more upgraded lobby area which we expect will roll out across many other brands.
Tip Top means the very best in class or quality. The website is quite simple and is mainly dominated by a lady running through a spring meadow holding a huge bunch of balloons. Butterflies and bingo balls accompany the scene. We have absolutely no idea how this relates to "tip top". Incidentally the only time we've head the phrase "tip top" is in the film Snatch when Turkish is discussing his caravan with Tommy. We guess that scene from the movie wouldn't be appropriate for a bingo brand?
New players to Tip Top Bingo are welcomed with a bingo tickets offer. Deposit £10 to receive tickets for the £2500 Real Cash game and £50 Daily Treat. The value of these tickets are £50. Any wins from Real Cash have no wagering terms whilst it's x4 on the Daily Treat game. Additionally new depositors also receive 10 bonus spins. These are for Spinata Grande and any wins come with x85 wagering terms.
As is the case with most Dragonfish powered brands, Tip Top does offer new players free bingo. Register then login to access The Biggie, a free bingo room that open for 3 days without deposit. To access the room again you'll need to make a £10 single deposit. Additional free rooms - The Supreme, The Ultra and The Grand are also available but require deposits of up to £50 for access. The prizes on offer range from £50 to £500.
Inside the Tip Top Bingo lobby you'll find a number of active 90 and 75 ball bingo rooms and jackpot games. These include Share The Love, The Sauna and The Rehab. If you like something different then why not try the 52 ball Suit Up or 52 ball Roulette Bingo rooms. Look out too for daily jackpots such as the Up To £777 Mighty Nightly, Up To £500 Mystery Jackpot and Up To £250 Penny Bingo. Note that these are all sliding jackpot games.
The Moon Network does love a sliding jackpot and Tip Top, as well as it's sister sites, are once again hosting a Super Millionaire game (October 31st). The top prize is an incredible £10million but it's nay on impossible to win this because you need to call house in just a handful of bingo calls. We calculated that you're 6 times more likely to actually win The National Lottery than scoop a £10million bingo jackpot.
Slots & Promotions
Away from bingo there are plenty of slots to keep most players occupied. We're not totally convinced by the slots layout on Dragonfish but it's accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop. Amongst the popular games are Jumanji, Gonzo's Quest, Starburst, Eye Of Horus, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Twin Spin. Slingo games are available but poorly advertised.
Promotions are very limited at Tip Top Bingo. You do need to login to see what's available and/or keep an eye on emails or other notification options. The brand does have social media pages but these haven't been updated in a long time. This used to be an indicator of site popularity but since UKGC interventions many brands have abandoned social media altogether.
Tip Top has an exciting welcome offer and free bingo for first time visitors. It also provides access to a good selection of bingo rooms, variations and jackpots. However it doesn't offer anything different from it's sister sites such as Moon and Robin Hood. There are no exclusive promotions, games or social media activity. This does limit it's ability to stand out on the crowded Dragonfish platform.
Launched: March 2016
Owner: DAUB Alderney Limited
Licence: UK Gambling Commission
Casino Games: 75 ball, 90 ball, 52 ball
Popular Slots: Nightmare On Elm Street, Saved By The Bells, Starburst, Warlords
Minimum Deposit: £5 Minimum Withdrawal: £5
Wagering Terms: x4 for bingo, x85 for bonus spins
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Updated On Wednesday 2nd October 2019