Robin Hood Bingo Review
Robin Hood Bingo arrived on the scene around 2013 as a sister site to Moon Bingo and a member of the United group that also includes Polo Bingo. Legend has it that Robin Hood took from the rich and gave to the poor and this concept of taking and giving has been adopted by Robin Hood Bingo. Their strapline is "you play we give away". This site also boasts that they pride themselves as being one of the top bingo sites in the UK. So is Robin Hood Bingo legendary or a bit of a bingo fairytale?
Introducing Robin Hood Bingo
Over the years Robin Hood Bingo has featured a Robin Hood character. At times this has been a cartoon and at others a real person dressed up. These days such frivolities are not allowed so instead we "make do" with a castle, treasure chest, archery target and green hat as a nod towards the theme. This lack of character is quite annoying and does feel like Robin Hood Bingo itself has been robbed. Still the most important stuff is inside in the lobby and thankfully no one's ruined that.
Robin Hood Bingo Welcome Offer
If you'd like to join Robin's band of Merry Men - or simply sign up as a new player then it currently offers a 400% welcome bonus up to £100. Deposit a minimum of £10 and you will receive a £40 bonus plus 50 spins on a selected slot. Any wins from these spins are paid as a games bonus. Wagering terms apply and in this instance it's x4 (deposit + bonus) for bingo and x85 for games. In our view these are quite high when compared to other bingo brands.
As with other Dragonfish powered bingo brands, Robin does offer new players free bingo games. Register with Robin Hood as a newbie then login to access The Biggie, a free bingo room that is open for 3 days without deposit. To access the room again you'll need to make a £10 single deposit. Additional free rooms - The Supreme, The Ultra and The Grand are also available but require deposits of up to £50 for access. The prizes on offer range from £50 to £500.
Robin Hood Bingo Promotions
As a depositor you'll have access to more free bingo - so that's where Robin gives away, but what about where you pay? Well there's a selection of 90 ball and 75 ball (pattern and 5 Line) rooms to play in. Suit Up is a recent new addition to the network and this gives you the chance to play 52 ball bingo using playing cards instead of the traditional numbers. This has also been joined by another 52 ball option - bingo roulette! Pre-buy options are available for daily jackpots and mega jackpots including the self made millionaire game.
Promotions at Robin Hood Bingo tend to the same for all brands in the Moon Bingo group. This means there are sliding jackpot games such as the £777 Mighty Nightly and £250 Penny Bingo. Running once a month there's a Super Millionaire game. This gives you the chance to win £10million although the chances of that occurring are remote. Sliding jackpots are this groups favoured style of game and quite often you can be playing expensive games for only small guaranteed full house wins.
If you're a fan of promos then our advice is check out the Facebook page as there's always news of bonuses, free spins and occasional prize games. Oh and do keep an eye on the little chat box that appears on the bingo site. The operators are usually very keen to offer you a bonus code or two. Don't forget that wagering terms will apply. Slots players will find a good selection of titles to choose from. Top titles include Foxin Wins, Wish Upon A Jackpot, Rainbow Riches, Warlords, Emoji Planet, 99 Time, Fluffy Too and Motorhead.
Robin Hood Bingo is a decent enough site should you choose to join their band of merrymen and women. The newbie room will give you an insight to the platform assuming you've not tried a Dragonfish brand before. The welcome offer is generous too especially as many of Robin Hood's sister sites rewards new players with tickets. It would be nice to see something more exclusive here as Robin Hood could be up there with Costa and Wink.