Tickety Bingo Review
Launching just before the of 2019, Tickety Bingo is the latest addition to the Dragonfish Network. This brand, once again from the folks at Tau, joins sister brands like Cracker, Bounce and Bingo Idol. This isn't the first site called Tickety! Tickety Boo Bingo launched in 2014 as a charity site aimed at supporting Marie Curie Cancer Care. Unfortunately it didn't last too long. Will Tickety fair better for bingo players?
Tickety Bingo stands out from a number of it's sister sites thanks to it's vibrant logo and homepage. To be fair the look is quite basic - and formulaic when compared to Bounce and other recent additions to this stable. That said we do like the yellows and purples that proclaim "exclusive bingo rooms" and the welcome offer that hopefully will entice new players. The biggest difference between Tickety and other new Tau brands is that it isn't a wager free bingo brand. Are we now starting to see a move away from the no wagering sites?
New players to Tickety are offered a welcome package consisting of a bingo bonus, bingo tickets and slots spins. Register, login and deposit a minimum of £10 to receive a £10 bonus, 5 tickets for The Big £10K game & 20 spins on Fluffy Favourites. You will need to use the code TICKETY to claim the offer. Note that wagering terms do apply. This is x4 for the bingo bonus and x4 for any wins generated from the spins. The latter is very competitive as many slot and bingo brands have a much higher wagering term on games bonuses.
You can try Tickety Bingo for free and without making a deposit either. Register and login to the site and access The Daily Doozey. This site will be open for 72 hours after registration. When we tried Tickety however we found that the room wasn't active. However if it is working when you register then you'll be able to play selected games for the chance to win bonus prizes. Wagering terms will apply to any wins you may achieve.
Inside the Tickety Bingo lobby you'll find a handful of bingo rooms inclusing the aforementioned Daily Doozey. The lobby of Tickety is better than those seen on some other Dragonfish Network brands. Under the bingo tab you'll find Daily Jackpots, 24/7, Specials, VIP and All. The 24/7 tab is where you'll find the main active rooms - High 5, Chatterbox and High 5.
All other rooms are jackpot rooms such as Mystery Jackpots and 100 Spins. Look under the Free section for more free game options for depositors including Freemium, Quids In And Sunday Sizzle. Under VIP you'll find the Big £10K game. This is a £10,000 monthly jackpot that occurs on the 10th of every month across all Dragonfish powered brand. Surprisingly there's no 52 ball rooms at Tickety and in our view not really enough variety. Players will find more variety amongst the slots that include Slingo, Starburst and Twin Spin.
Promotions are limited to the jackpot rooms and a daily promo. This gives players the chance to claim extra bonuses on deposit. There doesn't seem to be any VIP programme or loyalty programme at Tickety, but recent UKGC noises suggest these are going to be phased out anyway. Tickety does have a Facebook page but this has had no posts since December 2019 and currently boasts just 13 followers. There's no incentive for players to follow or interact with the page.
Tickety Bingo gives players another option with respect to playing popular bingo and slots on the Dragonfish platform. The welcome offer is decent and we like the low wagering terms, especially those imposed on the slots bonus. The Daily Doozey is another plus point and gives players a no deposit option to try the site - provided that it works. We wonder if Dragonfish will be phasing it out? Overall Tickety looks decent enough but we're not sure there's enough new to really excite players beyond the welcome offer.