Sweet Shop and Deep Sea Bingo probably don't resonate too much in the grand ocean of online bingo sites. However, these two Dragonfish Network brands were some of the last to offer new players a no deposit bingo bonus. Owned by Ignite, the folks behind Costa Bingo, both sites were offering £5 no deposit bonuses.
That's until now (May 2018) because both have dropped their no deposit bonus offers. This brings them in line with pretty much every other Dragonfish Network site. New players can still access the Daily Doozey room for a few days after registration, but apart from that, the no deposit door is well and truly shut.
The New Welcome Offers
Significant Terms: 1st time depositors only. Min Deposit £10. Max bingo bonus £50. To withdraw Bingo bonus & related winnings, wager x4 the amount of your bonus funds.
Significant Terms: 1st time depositors only. Min Deposit £10. Max 60 Bingo Tickets to the £50 Daily Treat Room. To withdraw Bingo bonus & related winnings, wager x4 the amount of your Bonus funds. 50 Free Spins [FS]. FS are valid on specific games, for 7 days. FS winnings are granted in games bonus and capped at £12.50 as follows: Multiplier of free games amount (1) *the amount of free spins credited (50)* max single free games worth (£0.25). Games Bonus wins are capped at £400 + the initial bonus amount.
A Minor Blow For The No Deposit Bonus
The loss of the no deposit bonuses from these brand is a blow, but in the grand scheme of things only a minor one. Since their launch neither has set the bingo world alight. In comparison to other brands we promote there's been relatively little interest in Deep Sea or Sweet Shop. Given that their big sister, Costa Bingo, is a more attractive proposition, then it's perhaps no surprise.
We expect that these changes won't make Deep Sea or Sweet Shop any less or any more attractive to players. Whilst the bingo games and slots they both offer are good - thanks to the Dragonfish platform - they're just not in the same league as Costa, City, Sing and Fancy. It was a surprise that Ignite opted to launch brands off their own network - it's more of a surprise that these welcome changes haven't resulted in a decision to close both brands.
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