Quid Bingo Review
Quid Bingo is a new addition to the Dragonfish Network. It's a bold looking site with a cosmic background that's accompanied with colourful welcome offers and featured slots. One welcome offer features a busty cartoon caricature which does seem a little out of place in the grand scheme of things.
At launch, new players to the site are offered a no deposit bonus in the shape of 25 spins. Details of the current offer plus relevant wagering terms can be found above. In addition to the no deposit offer there's also a first deposit welcome package that includes a bingo bonus, games bonus and more spins. Visit Quid Bingo for the details and wagering terms.
As Quid Bingo is powered by the Dragonfish Network you'll find plenty of familiar games and promotions. There's free bingo and this includes the Daily Doozey. This particular free room is open to all new players with no deposit needed for the first three days after registration. Prizes are paid as bonuses and terms will apply to winnings.
Other free bingo rooms include Quids In, On The House, The £250 Sunday Sizzle and £1000 Magical Mondays. As long as you're a funded player you'll be able to play in these rooms. Of course there's also the usual pay to play rooms and at Quid Bingo you can enjoy 75 ball and 90 ball games throughout the day. These are joined by daily jackpots and progressives.
Slot players are well catered for on the Dragonfish platform. Top games include Guns N Roses, Aloha Cluster Pays, Dazzle Me, Rainbow Riches, Action Bank, Diamond Tower, Sparks, Moon Temple and Siberian Storm. An assortment of scratchcards, table games and casino games complete the roster.
Aside from it's welcome offer, Quid Bingo only offer the standard network promotions to their players. Therefore you'll find daily jackpots, The Big £10K, The 2 Million Race to win Loyalty Points and Happy Hour every Monday. We would like to see the site offer exclusives and perhaps even have a social media presence too.
Less Than A Quid Bingo
You may be concerned that Quid Bingo stands for £1 bingo games - and we fully understand that reasoning. The name itself conjures up images of expensive play. For this reason we're not enamoured by the brand name. However, we can assure you that there aren't many £1 bingo games at Quid Bingo. In fact, many of the games only cost 5p or 10p per ticket.
We don't think Quid will become the new Foxy or Wink, but it is nice to see a new site on the scene.