Posh Bingo Review
Posh Bingo launched in 2006 and is a sister site of Wink Bingo and was one of the first sites to offer free games for real cash following the launches of Cheeky and Costa. Posh was acquired by Daub and converted to a standalone site after being part of the Dragonfish Network. Since then it's been acquired by 888. The site has had a number of makeovers over the years, managing to retain it's little poodle logo throughout. You don't have to be posh to play at Posh, but is it worth a visit to check out their bingo rooms and slots?
Introducing Posh Bingo
Whilst Posh Bingo's sister site at Wink has had a lot of attention, Posh has been left largely ignored over the years. It does look dated and in need of a makeover. The site has been designed as a boutique with a handful of shoes and a glamourous lady in attendance. The site doesn't scream posh, luxury or designer and we so wish 888 would improve things. Thankfully all the good stuff is in the bingo lobby so let's see if things improve.
Posh Bingo Welcome Offer
New players to Posh Bingo who deposit £10 are rewarded with a 250% welcome bonus. The maximum bonus on offer is £250 (maximum first deposit £100). Wagering terms apply and these are set at x2 deposit + bonus. This is reasonable for Dragonfish brands that aren't on the wager free Real Money Network. Newbies to Posh aren't offered any spins or game bonuses so that means no hefty wagering terms to initially consider. We consider that to be a plus point.
If you want to try before you buy then Posh Bingo offers three days of free bingo to new players with no deposit needed. Play for bonuses and loyalty points from 7am to 10pm for the first three days after registration. Further free bingo can be enjoyed at Posh but note that you will need to be a regular depositor to access Fancy Freebies and The Bargain Basement. Likewise if you wish to play the £250 Free Sunday game or the £1000 Monday Catwalk. Note the latter two games are shared with others on the Dragonfish platform.
Posh Bingo Promotions
Away from the free games you'll find 75 ball and 90 ball bingo within the walls of the Posh Bingo lobby. Joining the traditional games are 5 Line Bingo (or Swedish Bingo) and the 52 ball card game inspired Flash Fives. Bingo Roulette, another 52 ball game, is a more recent addition to the options that are available to play. There are progressive jackpots on offer too for those players who call house in less than a fixed number of calls. Note that Posh shares all it's rooms and doesn't have any exclusives.
When it first launched Posh had exclusive bingo rooms and also ran a fair few exclusive promotions. They even offered some decent prizes such as a brand car plus provided players with weekly reload bonus codes. Over time though it's declined in the promotions department. Among these promos that are available these days are The Daily Unwind which offers a jackpot to be won every 90 seconds from 4pm to midnight. These are joined by Mystery Jackpots. This room is open 9am-1pm & 4pm-11pm daily. Finally regular depositors can receive spins, bingo tickets and bonuses via the Wheel Of Wins. Deposit £10 or more with the code WHEEL to receive a guaranteed win on every deposit.
Joining these promos at Posh Bingo are the usual array of Dragonfish slots. Apparently there are now over 500+ slot games available to play so you can see how this particular platform has developed over the years. Amongst the top games at Posh you will find the progressive jackpot game of Millionaire Genie, Fluffy Too, Shaman's Dream, Cleopatra, Irish Luck, Sugar Train, King Kong Cash and Rainbow Riches Free Spins. More recently the popular suite of Slingo games have been added to the roster.
Back in 2017 we said that a "new look and a regeneration of Posh's current unloved social media pages could give it a much needed boost". Unfortunately for Posh The UKGC popped up to turn online bingo on it's head. Whilst Wink flourished, Posh, Tasty and Redbus got abandoned. The addition of the Costa group to 888 in 2019 has pushed it further down the pecking order. This is a big shame as we still think that a makeover and new TV campaign could improve Posh's fortunes.