Good Day Bingo Review
When we first heard about Good Day Bingo we conjured up two images in our mind about what to expect. Firstly we hoped for a Crocodile Dundee Australian type site - although to be fair that's more G'day! The alternative was a very British Gentleman look along the lines of "Good Day Sir". Both would have worked well - disappointingly Good Day Bingo offers neither.
Good Day Bingo is a fairly bland looking site! The main excitement is a rainbow and a very happy lady holding dollars - not what you'd expect for a UK bingo brand. The remainder of the homepage is pure functionality to tell you about the latest games and the various slots you can play at this Dragonfish Network site. By the way, Good Day is a sister site to Peeps and Welcome.
Good Day Bingo Bonus
At launched, Good Day offered new players a £10 no deposit bonus on registration. However, taxation issues saw that offer dropped back in July 2017. There is a deposit bonus though so if you decide to wager then there are options for first, second and third deposits. You can select either a bingo bonus or casino bonus. There's a x6 term for the former and x45 term for the latter! Note this applies to deposit + bonus!
As a Dragonfish Network brand, Good Day offers all the usual expectations. There are 75 and 90 ball rooms alongside some free games. As a new player you'll have access to free bingo for the first 72 hours after registration. The main rooms are joined by the likes of Bounce'T and Wow! Good Day also shares exclusive rooms with it's sister sites and these include a daily, weekly and monthly jackpot.
Good Day Slots
Access to Good Day is via desktop, tablet and mobile. No app is required - you simply login as usual via your smartphone's browser. This means you can play bingo on the go as well as the various slots that are on offer. The popular slot games include Guns N Roses, Aloha, Dazzle Me, Siberian Storm, Neon Staxx, Moon Temple, Wolf Run, Jurassic Juniors, Action Bank and Superman.
The exclusive rooms help differentiate Good Day from many other Dragonfish Network sites. However, the lack of social media activity and limited other promotions means it doesn't quite hit the heights of say Chit Chat or Iceland. This is not a site we'd suggest saying good day to! The site still even refers to the Zodiac Bingo and Sure Win games that used to run on Dragonfish - they've been closed for over a year!
We don't feel that Good Day Bingo is worth joining. There are numerous brands on the Dragonfish Network that will more than fulfill your bingo needs. All Good Day really brings to the party is some huge welcome bonus offers coupled with hefty wagering terms. That's not a good combination, especially when there are no wagering brands such as Cracker, Hunky and Zinger.
Good Day Bingo closed down in 2019. However according to the website it will reopen again on another platform. If it does re-open then we anticipate that the platform will be Jumpman.