Ted Bingo Review
Ted in bit of an international man of mystery. His surname is quite probably Bond or Powers and he likes to wear a tuxedo! Surprisingly he's also survived The UKGC's frown upon anything that may appeal to kids and therefore Ted Bingo continues online today. It's a Dragonfish powered bingo brand that launched in May 2016. Register today to enjoy 75 and 90 ball bingo, free games and a fabulous selection of popular slots.
Introducing Ted Bingo
Ted Bingo is quite a stylish looking site that's mobile responsive. The welcome offer dominates the site on arrival but it's well designed and looks impressive. Featured bingo rooms and slots make up the rest of the homepage. As a newbie you're invited to join Ted on an "espionage-filled escapade loaded with amazing winning opportunities". We can safely tell you that you won't need to undertake any James Bond type activities whilst you enjoy bingo games at this site.
Ted Bingo Welcome Offer
It's safe to say that Ted Bingo has had more varied welcome offers than most other brands. It seems to change every time we check. Recently they were offering bingo tickets like sister sites Moon and Tip Top. However Ted Bingo now has a prize wheel which you can spin when making a first deposit of £10. The prizes on the wheel include 40 free spins, 60 free spins, £15 bingo bonus and £700 bingo bonus. We suspect that the £700 bingo bonus prize won't be won very frequently. Wagering terms apply to any bonuses won on the wheel and these are usually x4 for bingo and x85 for games.
Ted Bingo does have a free bingo offer for new players. Register and login to enjoy three days of access to the newbie room. Access is only available for the first 72 hours after you register with the site. There are further free games available to participate in once you've deposited. These are played in The Biggie, The Ultra, The Supreme and The Grand. Be wary of wins that are paid out in bonuses as wagering terms will apply to those payouts.
Ted Bingo Promotions
Ted Bingo is part of the Moon Bingo group (United Bingo) and as such has the same games, slots and promotions as it's sister sites. Inside the Ted Lobby you'll find 75 and 90 ball games, progressive jackpots and daily jackpots to enjoy. Among the main promotions are Mystery Jackpots, In For A Penny, Self Made Millionaire and £777 Jackpots. One thing to watch for with Ted and it's sister sites is that a lot of their big games tend to be for sliding jackpots!
Slots do feature on Ted Bingo. The fact you can win 40 or 60 spins on the Ted Wheel shows just how important slots have become on this particular brand. Popular slots at Ted Bingo include Saved By The Bells, Irish Luck, Jackpot Jockey, Once Upon A Dime, Shaman's Dream, Doubleup Ducks, A Nightmare On Elm Street and Cupid's Arrow. Slingo also features at Ted and they even have a page dedicated to Slingo Bingo. Ted does claim you can play Slingo "against other players" and "chat online". We're not quite sure that's a truthful claim especially as we've never seen a Slingo Bingo room since Slingo Boom ended.
When we first wrote about Ted Bingo we concluded that "overall Ted offers players plenty of offers, games and promos". We also asked the big question "is is it sufficiently different from already established brands like Moon, Foxy and Costa". It was your mission to decide and it's still your mission. The Ted Prize Wheel welcome offer is a big highlight for new players although we suspect the "up to £700" prize headline is just a big carrot that will rarely see the light of day. However a minimum bonus of 40 spins or £15 bingo bonus isn't too bad.
We like that Ted also has free bingo plus a nice selection of 52, 75 and 90 ball rooms. The shared jackpot rooms like Self Made Millionaire are attractive, although don't expect to become a bingo millionaire playing that jackpot game. Where Ted struggles is offering bingo players a different experience from competitors such as Costa, Wink and Moon. If you like something unique when it comes down to a welcome offer then Ted is right at the top. For everything else we think Ted needs to do a little bit better.