So Bingo Review
So Bingo was acquired by the Moon Bingo group back in 2015. When we reviewed the site back then we said that it's blue and pink look could do with a revamp to help transform the site. Unfortunately not a lot seems to be happening on the So makeover front! So, in 2020, So Bingo still looks the same as it did in 2015. It's even flagging up bingo rooms that offer up to £1million jackpots. However the Millionaire Games on Dragonfish closed a couple of years ago. So should you play at So Bingo?
Introducing So Bingo
To be fair the So Bingo, despite being out of date features wise, isn't that bad looking. It is a little dated when compared to more modern brands but there are some like T-Rex Bingo and Posh Bingo which are, in or view, in more need of a paintbrush. The site isn't responsive to handheld devices. However you do get redirected to a mobile version of So Bingo if you login using Apple or Android phones. No app is required to play So Bingo.
So Bingo Welcome Offer
New players to So Bingo can claim a 300% first deposit bonus up to £100. Simply register, login and deposit between £10 and £33 to receive the bingo bonus. Wagering terms do apply. To withdraw the bonus and related winnings you will need to wager x4 the amount of your deposit plus the amount of bonus funds. There are no first deposit bonus spins or games bonuses offered by So Bingo which is a plus point. It means you're not saddled with hefty wagering terms after accepting a slots bonus.
According to the site new players can enjoy three days of no deposit free bingo in The Daily Doozey. Apparently this room is open at selected times for 75 ball coverall games that offer bonuses for a full house. In our experience this room currently seems to be only open once a week on a Friday. This is the same for all Dragonfish Network brands and it's something we hope they're going to resolve or update very soon. If you like no deposit bingo then you might prefer checking out the Real Money sites on the same platform.
So Bingo Promotions
Enter the So Bingo lobby to find 75 ball and 90 ball rooms. These are joined by free bingo rooms, regular jackpots, progressives and specials. For example, you can play for Mystery Jackpots between 6pm and 11pm every day. Tickets cost just 10p and there are 51 games per evening. The twist is that you don't know how much the jackpot will be until just 10 seconds before eyes down.
The Big £10K plays every month on the 10th and rewards loyal play. A loyalty programme, Happy Hour Mondays and the Wow Room, where you can win spins, complete the promos section. Joining the various bingo games are the regular Dragonfish slots options. These include games from Eyecon, Net Entertainment and Pariplay. So Bingo doesn't highlight slots as much as other brands, but that is more down to it's dated look as opposed to a concious decision. The main games that are featured are Starburst, Fish N Chips and Cleopatra.
Players looking for something different won't find it at So Bingo. Sadly it's been left to it's own devices and does need a bit of TLC. However, if you're looking for another Dragonfish site to try - perhaps because you fancy a new welcome bonus - then So Bingo offers opportunities. Even more so if you like bingo only first deposit offers. Far too many brands are adding games bonuses into the mix and hitting players with hefty wagering terms.
Should you be concerned that the homepage is out of date? Well yes and no! The front end of the site is pretty irrelevant as all the action occurs in the lobby. The biggest concern would be if United Bingo, who own the brand, decide to close it. However in the current climate we're pretty sure no site outside the most well known brands is 100% safe. It is mobile friendly too and there's plenty of slots and network promotions to check out.