BOGOF Bingo Review
BOGOF Bingo made it's debut in the bingo world around 2009 and it's major claim to bingo fame is that at that time they hired DJ Talent of Britain's Got Talent fame to endorse the site. Since then Talent has gone and the site has been revamped. It still remains the sister site to Bucky Bingo and remains on the Virtue Fusion network. The BOGOF brand still sits awkwardly as the site offers a lot more than just buy one get one free games.
BOGOF Welcome Bonus
New players to BOGOF are welcomed with a series of three bonus offers. Deposit and wager £10 to receive a £10 bingo bonus (x4 wagering) and 50 spins on Rainbow Riches (x50 wagering). A £10 games bonus is on offer after the second deposit/wager of £10. Whilst a further 20 spins will come your way when you deposit and wager a third £10. Wagering terms and conditions apply.
Inside BOGOF you'll find the usual great games that make up most Virtue Fusion brands. There's 75, 80 and 90 ball bingo to enjoy plus there's a good mix of slots including Clover Rollover, Britian's Got Talent, Big Top Tombola, Fruity Burst and Mafia Millions. Added into the mix is a bundle of regular promotions such as Winners' Night every Sunday and Value Games every Thursday.
Super Free Bingo
Super Free Bingo games are offered daily at BOGOF. The room is only open between 11.30am and midday though, which is quite a narrow window and hard for many players to take part. To be able to play the free bingo games you do need to have wagered cash or bonuses in the past month. Note that if you wish to play for bigger prizes then you can opt to spend a few pennies on these games instead.
Back in the day, BOGOF Bingo, like many other sites, ran many more exclusives. This isn't the case now and to be fair the site is looking a little sparse in that department. The only real exclusive action is on BOGOF's Facebook page. This is limited to a monthly quiz with a £25 bingo bonus prize - nothing else. On the plus side, it is worth a go because for March 2018 only 6 people entered the quiz!
In The Shadows Of Bucky
Since the end of the DJ Talent Days, BOGOF has pretty much been a brand in the shadows. More attention has been lavished on it's sister site at Bucky. Recent site updates, including a change of welcome offer, has improved things. The Virtue Fusion platform is good but for BOGOF to really work it needs to focus on offering more BOGOF games.