Pink Ribbon Bingo Review
Pink Ribbon Bingo has been active online for many years and was the world's first online bingo charity site. Since May 2010 it has helped to raise awareness as well as funds for the charity Against Breast Cancer all via online bingo. At one point the site even featured former Eastenders actress Tamzin Outhwaite and was the replacement brand when Daily Mail Bingo closed down. More recently the site has changed hands and has become part of the Maxi group that includes Chit Chat, Bid and Bingozino. Despite this change the brand is continuing with it's charitable activies.
Introducing Pink Ribbon Bingo
The original Pink Ribbon Bingo was quite a garish affair and as mentioned featured an ex-Eastenders actress. They even had Tamsin dressed as a superhero! That's all changed now and Pink Ribbon is a much more simple but stylish affair. The homepage is dominated by the welcome offer and a very happy lady holding a mobile phone. Scroll further down to learn about featured bingo rooms and top slots. The charitable purpose of the site however hardly gets a mention and this is disappointing. However you will find a section dedicated to the brand's charity work. Powered by Dragonfish, Pink Ribbon Bingo is accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop. No app is required.
Pink Ribbon Bingo Welcome Offer
Pink Ribbon Bingo welcomes new player with an attractive bonus package. Register, login and deposit £10 to qualify for a 200% bingo bonus up to £100, 50 Fluffy Favourites Spins and 50 Royal Room Bingo Tickets. Wagering terms apply to the bonus and to any wins generated from the spins, however wins using the bingo tickets are paid in cash. This means that no wagering terms will apply. Pink Ribbon hosts £950 of games in their Royal Rooms every week. New players can also enjoy a few days of free bingo in the Daily Doozey. No deposit is required but all wins are paid as bonuses so wagering terms apply.
Pink Ribbon Bingo Rooms
Pink Ribbon Bingo is pretty much like every other Dragonfish Network brand that is currently in operation. It has 75 and 90 ball games as well as 52 ball rooms. These include Chatterbox, 90's Extreme, Mystery Jackpots, Big Fat 10 and High 5. The Royal Room is the exclusive room of the Maxi Network. It's open on selected days only and offers qualifying players access to special bingo games, free spins on slot games and many other prizes. All other rooms are jackpot rooms such as Mystery Jackpots and Even Stevens. Look under the Free section for more free game options for depositors including freebies that take place every Sunday and Monday.
Pink Ribbon Bingo Slots
Slots and scratchcards are part of the Pink Ribbon set-up and within the lobby area you'll find over 500 games to choose from. We suspect that there's only a handful that are played regularly though. Top titles include Opal Fruits, Megaways Wolf Legend, Cleopatra Gold, Invaders Megaways, Midas Coin, Starburst, Fluffy Favourites and Taco Brothers. Slingo and Megaways titles are part of the roster but you may need to use the search to locate these. Look out too for a selection of jackpot and progressive jackpot slots.
Pink Ribbon Bingo Promotions
In terms of player promotions Pink Ribbon and it's sister brands are much more active than others. The Royal Room is at the heart of their offering and just under £5000 is dished out in prizes every month. There are daily deposit bonuses every weekday and one at the weekend - terms will apply so make sure you check them. Head to the Chatterbox, 90ís Extreme and Even Stevens room every Friday for a must drop jackpot and all players can claim free flowers as a birthday gift. All these are in addition to the Dragonfish network offers such as The Big £10K and Late Night Show.
You can't fault the idea behind any charity site but the few that have launched rarely live up to their aims. Pink Ribbon have at least survived whilst others like Tickety Boo (for Marie Curie) haven't. One thing we would like to see is more information on donations. We believe that players deserve to know just how much is being donated and the frequency of these donations. In our view the brand's recent revamp was much needed and hopefully gives it a new lease of life. The Royal Room is unique - at least to the Maxi Network - and helps make Pink Ribbon stand out from the likes of Costa, Posh and City who all have become stagnant. Hopefully Pink Ribbon will go from strength to strength so as to benefit Against Breast Cancer.