Beatle Bingo Review
The bingo animal kingdom has expanded further with the arrival of Beatle Bingo. This is the latest addition to the 888 portfoilio which is headlined by the likes of Wink and 888 Ladies. However there's some fundamental issues we have to address before looking at what the bingo site has to offer you as a player!
Introducing Beatle Bingo
Beatle Bingo features ladybirds in it's logo and previously in it's background image. A ladybird is a beetle so the ladybird part of the site is fine. The problem is that "beatle" is not "beetle". The latter refers to the insect whilst the former relates to one of the members of a famous music quarter from Liverpool. Oops!!
Mind you a bingo site showing Abbey Road, Sergeant Pepper, John, Paul, Ringo and George probably wouldn't go down so well. To rescue the branding you did used to have a couple of ladybirds playing mushroom drums and a guitar. However, due to UKGC compliance issues they had to be binned off.
To be fair that's the most exciting part of Beatle Bingo. Away from the spelling issues this is nothing more than another Dragonfish Network brand. That's not a bad thing but compared to other recent additions to the group such as Cupcake and Lucky Charm it's lacking in bells and whistles. In a group of four this one would be the Ringo! To underline why Beatle isn't that exciting we can confirm that nothing has changed at the forefront of the site since 2015!
New players to Beatle Bingo are offered a 300% welcome bonus on a deposit of £10. This is good for the Dragonfish Network but you should note that the bonus is split 50/50 for bingo and games. This means if you deposit £10 you'll have a £15 bingo bonus and a £15 games bonus Wagering terms apply and they are typically x4 for bingo and x80 for games.
Login to Beatle Bingo and you'll find the typical Dragonfish lobby and it's mix of 75 ball and 90 ball rooms. These are joined by recently added 52 ball games such as Bingo Roulette. The bingo rooms include free games - such as The Daily Doozey - and freemium games where jackpots can be played for on a Sunday and Monday. These are joined by daily jackpots and other exciting games.
In terms of promotions there's nothing exclusive at Beatle Bingo. Again that's not a bad thing as there's the above mentioned free bingo, jackpots etc. These are joined by The Big £10K and other network offers. We would love to see something more from Beatle, but as nothing has been offered in over 4 years we're no longer holding our breath. Most certainly you won't find any social media presence or community.
Slots players can find plenty to keep them occupied at Beatle. This is because they host the usual Dragonfish games from top operators such as Slingo, Net Entertainment and Eyecon. Popular slots include Starburst, Fluffy Favourites, Rainbow Riches and Love Island Slingo. All games can be accessed via mobile, tablet and desktop. No app is required to play Beatle on Android or Apple devices.
The Dragonfish Network is a decent option when it comes to playing bingo online. It offers a number of deposit options and enough bingo rooms and slots to occupy most players. However there's a lot of choice for players and this is where Beatle rolls over. With the emergence of no wagering sites like Sailor and Bounce plus brands like Wink and 888 Ladies blurring into the network, it's hard to make a good case for Beatle.
The main positives for joining this brand is that you get a few days of free bingo (no deposit needed) and can pick up a new first deposit offer. The fact that you can get a welcome bonus with just a £5 minimum deposit is another positive for Beatle Bingo. Beyond that then it's a case of the usual offers and games.