Sing Bingo Review
Sing Bingo was the second site to launch within the Costa group. It arrived in May 2010 with a music theme and loads of freebies. However, times have changed! They used to call themselves “The Star of Free Bingo” but instead they now go under the "Where Bingo Rocks" umbrella. Free games are still available but Sing has dropped down the charts as more brands have joined the same stable and utilised the Dragonfish software platform. However there's still plenty of fabulous bingo rooms and slots to enjoy. Will you be making Sing Bingo your Number One?
Sing Bingo opts for a stylish but simple look. A jukebox features on the homepage and it's booming out welcome offers and bingo balls. A silhouetted crowd are cheering and you're invited to "rock out". Bingo rooms are featured alongside a whole host of popular slots. The site describes itself as the "biggest, brightest bingo community of the internet" which is quite some boast. Sing is mobile friendly and no apps are required to login and play games on your phone or tablet.
Sing Bingo Welcome Offer
New players used to be welcomed to Sing with a no deposit bonus. However this has been dropped and replaced with The Bingo Academy. Register and login and you'll have two days access to the free room which has regular games. All prizes are paid out in cash so no wagering terms will apply. For extra time in The Bingo Academy you need to deposit. Provided you do this within the first two days then you'll have a further five days of play in this particular free room.
Become a funded player at Sing Bingo and you can receive a £30 bonus plus 30 free spins on a first deposit of £10. Sing accepts deposits via all the usual methods including PayPal, ApplePay, Paysafecard and Debit Cards. The £30 bonus comes with a x4 deposit + bonus wagering terms whilst any wins from the spins are paid as cash. Note that the free spins are only for the Chitty Bang slot game. Free bingo tickets for selected games are offered as a reward for second and third deposits
Sing Bingo Rooms
At time of writing there are 34 different bingo rooms at Sing. These include 90 ball, 75 ball and 52 ball options. Although this seems a lot of rooms it should be noted that many of these are single jackpot games. The main active rooms are Let's Groove (75), Rock N Bingo (90) and Disco Divas (90). Sing do suggest that they have eight exclusive rooms but we're pretty sure that these are shared with the likes of Costa, Sing and Fancy.
Slots are available at Sing. Login to the lobby and click through to the games section to play Starburst, Fluffy Favourites, Rainbow Riches and many other popular titles. You can collect free spins - or other bonuses - when you deposit at Sing. Funded players who have deposited in the last 6 days can play Jukebox Jumble once a day. You can claim free spins, free bingo tickets or a bonus. Note that wagering terms apply to the bonuses but no wagering terms apply to wins from spins or tickets.
Sing Bingo Promotions
Prize promotions used to be one of our favourite features of Sing Bingo. Each month the site used to focus on a particular group or artiste and the prizes and promos on offer in their Friday TFI game bore some relation to them. Madonna, David Bowie, Tom Jones, Michael Jackson, The Beatles and Elvis Presley were among the stars who have been the theme of Sing's offers. Sadly this feature has now gone but Sing still has plenty of offers and promotions to enjoy. These include 1p games and daily jackpots.
All the daily jackpots at Sing Bingo have a music theme. The Big Break plays every Monday at 9pm. Buy tickets for the chance to win a full house prize of £500. What we like about this game is that all losing tickets share a £1000 prize pot. If you like free games then join the After Party at 9pm every Sunday. Only players who have deposited in the previous 6 days can accesFor big money head to Sing on a Satuday and play Melody Maker. This is a £3000 game with a £1500 full house prize. Tickets for this one cost 50p.
It's fair to say that Sing Bingo hasn't hit the same high notes that it did in it's early days. Mind you that comment can be applied to quite a lot of other brands too. Like Cheeky and Foxy or 888 Ladies and Wink, Sing is second fiddle to Costa Bingo. However it is still worth checking out as there's plenty to sing about. The welcome offer is generous - although watch those wagering terms - and The Bingo Academy is a great way to familiarise yourself with the platform. No wagering terms on some bonuses such as free spins gives you the best of both worlds.
The choice of bingo games and slots is good too. We would love to see more room variations though but that's up to the developers at Dragonfish. Whilst Gala and Tombola for example have multiple options, Sing is limited with just 75, 90 and 52. We'd love some exclusives too but they're unlikely in the current climate. Overall we're a big fan of Sing but do yearn for the golden oldies such as TFI and the monthly prize promos.