Bingo Fling Review
Bingo Fling originally launched on the Jumpman powered Wheel Of Slots Network back in June 2015. However, changes at Jumpman meant that the brand was revamped and relaunched on the 15 Network at the end of 2018. This Cupid inspired site invites you to fall in love with bingo all over again. However a fling is actually defined as a short spontaneous relationship so perhaps not the best name for site that hopes you'll stick around. Will you fall in love with Bingo Fling or will you be heading back to other brands after the briefest of affairs?
Introducing Bingo Fling
The site has a lovey dovey theme which actually looks quite attractive. Dark clouds sit below a beautiful sky that's glowing with blues, purples and pinks. A few love hearts are scattered around and Cupid's arrow can be seen to the left. There's no characters on the site because Cupid has been kicked into touch thanks to The UKGC rules. This doesn't detract from what's on offer but this could equally be a bingo dating site than a serious slots and games brand.
As a 15 Network brand, Bingo Fling offers a different kind of welcome offer to new players. Login to Bingo Fling then deposit £10 to the Mega Wheel for the chance to win up to 500 spins of Fluffy Favourites. Alternatively you could win an Amazon voucher or you could walk away with nothing at all. Wagering terms apply to any wins you receive from the bonus spins. These come with a hefty x65 term. Sadly there are no bonuses on offer for bingo players but these days it is the case that gambling sites are more slot orientated.
Bingo Fling invites you to fall in love with bingo all over again. This is a lovely sentiment but unfortunately bingo is quite limited. Thankfully Jumpman have made a decision to update their bingo rooms. In March 2020 out goes the Lucky Stars room et al and in comes the Pragmatic Play product. This allows players access to 75, 80 and 90 ball games although these are shared with other sites including those on the Nektan platform! Recently Bingo Millions were added to all Jumpman brands, but whilst these are a great addition there still needs to be improvements.
If you like slots then Jumpman brands are perfect. They offer easy access on mobile, tablet and desktop to top games including Starburst, Stampede, The Goonies, Bonanza, Reel Rush and Great Rhino. A large selection of jackpot games, based mainly around Eyecon games, are also available plus there are several Megaways slot titles. Casino games aren't currently on offer but we understand that they will soon be part of the Jumpman roster.
When the 15 Network first launched the main jackpot game - Pay Day Jackpot - offered a £3000 pot with fewer sites! There also used to be monthly prize promotions for bingo players but these have been dropped. Instead the only promos tend to be slot orientated. Players can enjoy a new CashDrop game for qualifying depositors plus there's a Happy Hour every Wednesday. The arrival of the new bingo rooms is a positive as it does mean more regular jackpot games, although there's no free games.
The Jumpman set up is decent enough and if you're a fan of slots it's ideal. However with over 140 odd sites to choose from there are plenty of options. In fact the only reason for choosing Bingo Fling versus any other is simply to get another welcome bonus. And then that's only if you're a fan of the Mega Wheel option which actually doesn't guarantee you'll win anything. The x65 wagering terms are a tad on the hefty side too. All players should be aware that all withdrawals now incur a £2.50 admin fee.
In terms of bingo the Jumpman stable does have an issue and this is exaggerated for brands that put bingo first. Despite the addition of Bingo Millions the bingo rooms at Bingo Fling and sister sites remain limited and therefore relatively inactive. This isn't going to help anyone fall in love with bingo or back in love with bingo! We would like to fall for Bingo Fling but it's going to have to do more to woo us - you'll need to decide whether you feel the same.