Tidy Bingo Review
Tidy Bingo joined the Jumpman powered 15 Network back in 2013 and took up it's place alongside the likes Spice, Zingo, Showreel and Clucky in this ever developing stable of sites. It offered a clean and sparkling site - as you'd guess by the name - but sadly things have started to become a little messy.
Tidy Bingo launched under the partnership of two well known online bingo writers: David Lloyd who runs the popular Playing Bingo site and Nicki Shute who would easily give Barbara Windsor a run for her money as The Queen of Bingo. Between them they created a successful site that offered much more than the standard 15 Network offering.
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There were additional promos like Tidy Millions, Tidy Lotto and First Timers Freebie. These were joined by a regular charity game which helped raise funds for Help The Heroes. In addition, Tidy was the first 15 Network brand to have their own exclusive room - the Tidy Cupboard which held their exclusive games and chat parties.
Sadly all the initial good work that went into developing Tidy Bingo has gone to waste. The site was sold to 8 Ball Games back in August 2016 and since then Tidy Bingo has been pretty much left to it's own devices. There has been some sparks of life via the brand's social media pages but the site itself has been left.
Underneath the mess created by the change of ownership though there is still a working bingo site. New players are offered the chance to spin the Mega Wheel after depositing £10. This could result in winning up to 500 spins on Fluffy Favourites. Newbies also get access to seven days of free bingo. Wagering terms do apply.
The regular 75 and 90 ball games that are on offer on 15 Network brands are joined by a monthly prize promotion - now usually slots related - a pay day jackpot game, Tuesday Treasure - which is free for depositing players - and other jackpot games. The bingo games are joined by a selection of top slots.
In 2016 we'd have suggested Tidy Bingo was one of the 15 Network brand to join. Now we'd suggest looking elsewhere as whilst the backend and functionality are good, the front of house elements of the site are a disappointment. It's sad to see a good boutique brand end up this way.