Bucky Bingo Review
Updated On Wednesday 10th June 2015
New Player Offer: 500% Bonus
Virtue Fusion wagering terms and conditions will apply
Bucky Bingo, or Buckingham Bingo to give it it's posh name, arrived on the scene during 2008. It used to be 'hosted' by a 70s Dude character but after coming under new ownership that figure has since retired. Instead the first thing you see at Bucky is a young lady with one finger in the air. No we don't understand this either!
New players visiting Bucky Bingo are welcomed with a 300% deposit bonus offer. Deposit £10 and get £40 to play. Wagering terms will apply. Back in the early days Bucky did offer all new registrations a free gift (mousemat, fridge magnet etc) which was a nice touch. Sadly they don't offer this any more so perhaps those 70s dude gifts will become collector's items?
Free Daily Bingo
Bucky runs on the Virtue Fusion platform and this means that you get the usual free and 1p games, BOGOFs, Linx jackpots and chat promotions. There's also the £250K Jackpot weekend which takes place at the end of every month plus other regular features. You will find 75, 80, 90 ball and free bingo rooms here too. Note that the free room is open daily.
For slot players there are the usual suspects to choose from too although Clover Rollover does seem to take the spotlight. Other popular titles include Rainbow Riches, Fruity Burst, Big Top Tombola and Tarot Fortune. Table game players aren't overlooked either as there are versions of Roulette and Blackjack to play at Bucky too.
Super Sunday Bonus
What used to make Bucky Bingo stand out from other brands was that they regularly ran their own competitions and promotions! Every month they offered prizes and also had TV Tuesday where you had the chance to bag a free television. Sadly, all this has stopped but there are one of two exclusives to enjoy. For example on Super Sunday you can get a £5 bonus when you wager £10 or wager £50 on a Friday for a £5 Dynamite Digger bonus.
For more exclusives you're advised to check out Bucky on Facebook. They regularly like to give away £25 bonus prizes in quizzes. If you like that kind of thing they're worth entering as there's usually a good chance of winning.
When Bucky first came along we felt it had a lot more personality. The dude character perhaps wasn't exactly PC but it had character, something which this brand lacks. We do like the exclusives and daily free games though but a few more promotions to help things along wouldn't go amiss.