BOGOF Bingo Review
Updated On Tuesday 9th June 2015
New Player Offer: 300% Bonus - 2
Virtue Fusion wagering terms and conditions will apply
BOGOF Bingo made it's debut in the bingo world around 2009 and it's major claim to bingo fame is that at that time they hired DJ Talent of Britain's Got Talent fame to endorse the site. Since then Talent has gone and the site has been revamped. It still remains the sister site to Bucky Bingo and remains on the Virtue Fusion network. The BOGOF brand still sits awkwardly as the site offers a lot more than just buy one get one free games.
300% Welcome Bonus
New players to BOGOF are welcomed with a 300% welcome bonus. To receive this you need to deposit and wager £10. A £30 bonus will then be added to your account. Wagering terms (which are usually x4 for bingo) will apply. For players who enjoy free bingo there are free games daily at 11 to 11.30am and 11 to 11.30pm. You may have to be a depositing player to access these games.
Inside BOGOF you'll find the usual great games that make up most Virtue Fusion brands. There's 75, 80 and 90 ball bingo to enjoy plus there's a good mix of slots including Clover Rollover, Britian's Got Talent, Big Top Tombola, Fruity Burst and Mafia Millions. Added into the mix is a bundle of regular promotions such as Winning Weekend, £20K Power Hour and the last weekend of the month jackpots.
One thing we used to like about BOGOF Bingo was that they did run their own exclusives. This isn't the case now and to be fair the site is looking a little sparse in that department. The promotions page is pretty poor whilst the only real exclusive action is on BOGOF's Facebook page. This is limited to a monthly quiz with a £25 bonus prize - nothing else. These are not good signs and perhaps indicative of the fact that BOGOF remains firmly in the shadow of Bucky.
As well as being in the shadows, BOGOF has the issue of not offering that much buy one get one free games. The brand is crying out for an exclusive room along those lines but without it's very much lost. The site which features a part scene at it's backdrop also doesn't gel with what you'd expect to see here.