Bounce Bingo Review
A couple of years ago no wagering bingo sites were a bit of a novelty. These days their popping up on a regular basis with the Tau Gaming group leading the way on the Dragnonfish Real Money Network. Bounce Bingo, launched in August 2019, joins the growing stable that includes Cracker, Zinger, Hunky and Kozmo. But what does Bounce offer players above and beyond these other brands?
Bounce Bingo, like it's sister sites, is a minimalist looking brand. The logo is very simple with the "o" in bounce looking like it's bounced! The predominant colour is green and the site is designed to be accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop. The homepage highlights the main bingo rooms and various popular slots. In truth it does lack character but then the main workings of any Dragonfish powered site is under the bonnet!
New players to Bounce are offered a welcome package consisting bingo tickets and wager free spins. To get £100 of bingo tickets and 10 spins on a selected slot you need to register, login and deposit a minimum of £10. The bingo tickets are valid for Street Party and Big Bang games only. Any wins from these games and/or the spins are paid in cash as Bounce is a wager free brand. Use the code BOUNCE.
You can try Bounce Bingo for free and without making a deposit either. Register and login to Bounce Bingo and access the Free4U room. We think that this game runs daily at 4pm and offers £4 pots but all prizes are paid in cash. There's also no restrictions to playing in this room. Traditional Dragonfish brands will only let you enjoy a couple of days of no deposit bingo in the Daily Doozey room.
Inside the Bounce Bingo lobby you'll find a handful of bingo rooms inclusing the aforementioned Free4U. The lobby of Bounce is better than those seen on some other Dragonfish Network brands. Under the bingo tab you'll find Guaranteed Jackpots, Gobsmacked, Free, Ace Club and On The Go. The latter is where you'll find the main active rooms - Fun In 90 and the 75 ball Number 10.
All other rooms are jackpot rooms such as Mystery Jackpots, £1K Mondays, £250 Saucy Sunday and Gobsmacked where you can win spins. There's also Ace Club which hosts the £10,000 monthly jackpot that occurs on the 10th of every month across all Dragonfish powered brand. Surprisingly there's no 52 ball rooms at Bounce and in our view not really enough variety. Players will find more variety amongst the slots that include Slingo, Starburst and Twin Spin.
Promotions are limited to the jackpot rooms and the Bounce Rewards programme. This gives players the chance to play daily free spins and bingo tickets. You will qualify for the programme once you've played your first £1 at Bounce. Terms do apply but any wins are paid as real cash. Bounce does have a Facebook page but this has had no posts since July 2019 and currently boasts just 5 followers. We suspect that social media isn't part of the brand's remit.
Bounce Bingo gives players another option with respect to playing wager free games. The welcome offer is one of the largest being offered on this network, although other new sites seem to be tending towards the £100 ticket level. Whilst the welcome offer is attractive do be aware that the tickets are for specific games. The Free4U room is another plus point although we'd like to see a few more games taking place each day. Take a look for these promotions and use them to see if Bounce is the bingo site for you.