Bingo Magix Review
Bingo Magix has been part of the online gambling world for well over 10 years now. It's always been on the Cozy Games platform and originally was part of the same group as the now defunct Harrys and Gone Bingo. In it's latter years it joined Game Village on The Lucky Duck Network, although this has been absorbed into what is left of the active Cozy brands.
In our view, Bingo Magix is a pretty plain but functional looking site bathed in mainly green and plum. A magician's hat with bingo balls popping out was the only symbol to link the site to the magic theme. However even that has been removed in case it appeals to children! In October 2017, new players stopped being offered a no deposit bonus as a further kicker there's also no free bingo trial either!
Should you choose to play at Bingo Magix then first register as a new player. Login and make a deposit to claim a 300% first deposit bonus on deposits of between £10 and £40. Wagering terms are set at x4 for bingo. Additionally you can claim up to 180 bonus spins on your first three deposits. Bonus codes are required to claim these spins and note that wagering terms of x40 will apply. Full details can be found on the site.
Drop into the Bingo Magix lobby and you'll find 75, 80 and 90 ball bingo running across several rooms including Downtown, Victoria 90, Devoted Dabbers and Downtown. Card prices tend to be in the 5p to 10p range which is pretty reasonable. Each room also have a progressive jackpot so there's some decent prizes on offer. Note however that these rooms are now networked and there are no exclusive rooms running on The Lucky Duck sites.
Net Entertainment Slots
Bingo Magix offers a good selection of slots and instant win games. They've recently added Net Entertainment slots such as Aloha, Butterfly Stax and Starburst which makes the slots section a lot more interesting and competitive when compared to Dragonfish and Virtue Fusion brands. A selection of video poker, blackjack and roulette games make up the roster although there are no live casino options.
Promotions are where the Lucky Duck Network used to prevail over other Cozy Games sites. Although the promos at Bingo Magix were shared with Game Village there were plenty of them. Sadly all good things come to an end! Network offers such as slot tournaments, free spins giveaways and bingo daily giveaways are available. Look out for wagering terms with respect to these offers.
As of January 2020 Bingo Magix remains an active member of the Cozy Games platform (now Elektra Works). In our view there's nothing here that's worth considering as a bingo player because there's better at Foxy. Foxy gives you access to all the above and more. Sadly Magix doesn't have any exclusives, there's no free bingo and limited games. The welcome offer and network promotions are the only positives.
Given the way that other Cozy Games brands are going we'd be surprised to see Bingo Magix run for much longer. And this is the big reason why we suggest you look at alternatives. Foxy Bingo is now the main player on this platform and we're not sure it's worth investing time or money on the likes of Magix.