Frozen Bingo Review
Every now and then a new bingo sites comes along and you think that that they be skating on thin ice with their brand name. We suspect that this may be the case with the latest addition to the Intertain Costa stable - Frozen Bingo. Frozen may relate to freezing and cold, but most people will probably link the word to the famous movie!
However this bingo brand has nothing to do with the movie. The scene for Frozen Bingo is an iceberg wilderness! It did used to be a cute South Pole scene with bingo ball shapped penguins. However, the fun police at The UKGC soon put paid to their presence on the site. Whilst the site does claim to have the "coolest jackpots" the general feel of the brand does come across as a bit cold without it's characters.
Free Frozen Bingo
New players to Frozen Bingo are welcomed with access to The Free Bingo Academy. No deposit is needed but there are withdrawal terms in place should you win. In addition new players can collect a first deposit bonus on a deposit of £10. Details of this offer are given above.
Frozen is mobile and tablet ready, offers a multitude of payment options including Paypal and Neteller, offers the usual 75 and 90 ball games plus there are slots and side games to enjoy. It doesn't offer much new to players who are are already familiar with the 888/Dragonfish platform!
£5000 Free Bingo
Like it's sister sites of Dino, Monkey, Rio etc you will find daily jackpots and they have some great names! For Frozen these include Cash Blizzard, Money Mountain, Wonga Whiteout and our favourite of Mammoth Moolah.
Depositors are invited to play the £5000 free games that play each and every Friday. This is a standard promotion that runs across the network and not exclusive to Frozen Bingo. Still it's a nice gesture for depositors so do make sure you bag your free tickets.
The problem for us is that Frozen Bingo feels it should be movie related - even though it isn't and never will be. For that reason we're not convinced it's the best idea for a bingo site. Towards the end of 2017 it lost it's no deposit bonus, but still offers a bit of free bingo for new players. This alone isn't enough to make it stand out in a crowded market.
Frozen Bingo came to life at a time when operators were trying to attach the game to anything it could (Easter, Jingle, Spy, Rio etc). It's safe to say that any attempts to create a big brand failed. If you're looking at Frozen as new brand to visit then in oir view you'd be better off with the warmer climes of it's sister site at Costa Bingo.