Dream Bingo Review
Dream Bingo aren't exactly a new site - they've been around for a number of years now. Running on the Microgaming platform they've had a rollercoaster ride in the bingo world. They offer players access to 75 and 90 ball bingo games plus a whole suite of online slots and instants. They've had a number of relaunches that have included giving away car prizes as part of the Tell Us Your Dream promotion. But will Dream Bingo be your dream bingo destination?
Designed for mobile, tablet and desktop Dream Bingo is a colourful site. The top half of the site is dominated by the welcome offer whilst the bulk of the remainder comprises the top slots. The right side of Dream consists of the latest offers for players. It's all very colourful and possibly one of the highlights of the brand. According to the various snippets of text you can find on the site Dream Bingo players can expect "a huge variety of games" and "stellar star prizes."
Dream Bingo Welcome Offer
As a first time depositor at Dream Bingo you're offered a 300% welcome bonus. New players are invited to deposit £10, within 7 days of registration, to play with £40. This bonus is split with £20 for bingo and £10 for games. Wagering terms apply and these are set at x50 for the respective bonuses. Note that players can only claim one welcome offer across the following sites: Betway, Hippodrome Online Casino, Spin Casino, Bingo on the Box and Dream Bingo. We're not fans of this term nor the hefty wagering term.
Login to the Dream Bingo lobby to play 75 ball (Sapphire) and 90 ball (Rainbow, Friendship and Speed) bingo rooms. Dream did used to have a newbie room that offered free games from midday to 2pm and 5pm to 7pm every day. This room was only accessible to new players for the first five days after registration. A themed Immortal Romance bingo room also used to be part of the Microgaming Bingo make-up but this has now gone. In short there's not really much variety at Dream, although the rooms are active. Ticket prices start at around 5p.
Dream Bingo Promotions
When we last updated this review slots weren't a big feature of the Dream Bingo homepage. Times have changed! Bingo has taken a back seat whilst the slots dominate. The Microgaming platform does give slot players access to an excellent selection of 3 reel and 5 reel slots, live casino, progressive jackpots like Mega Moolah, instant win and instant bingo games. Finding specific games isn't particular easy and it's quite hard to locate slots by popularity and when they've been launched. You won't find any Slingo or Megaways titles here!
Dream Bingo has had some excellent promotions over the years. With Tell Us Your Dream all players were invited to complete a survey and as a reward could win prizes. This particular promo ran for well over a year and resulted in at least one car winner. All good things come to an end and that was the case for Tell Us Your Dream. Current bingo promotions relate to jackpot games. As far as we're aware these are network jackpot games and therefore shared with other Microgaming bingo sites like Butlers and 32Red.
We're never been convinced by Dream Bingo or the Microgaming bingo platform for that matter. Out of the brands running on this software Dream have tried the hardest. They've ran TV ads, relaunched several times and the Tell Us Your Dream prize promotion was a nice touch. Unfortunately we've seen enough from Dream Bingo over the years to convince us it's not a place we'd want to spend money. And in 2020 our view hasn't changed.
Compared to the likes of Gala and Wink, Dream has a limited number of bingo rooms. Whilst these are active there isn't enough variety for our liking. The jackpots and bingo promotions are a positive. Slot players get a better deal at Dream Bingo simply because of the games available. However we can't overlook the welcome offer limitations. It's bad enough that Dream apply x50 wagering terms to the bonuses but then disallow you receiving another bonus on other sites. Dream Bingo states that "your dreams are often just a few clicks away" - we suggest you use those clicks and try another site.