Easter Bingo Review
Updated On Tuesday 8th March 2016
New Player Offer: 300% Bonus
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As is now customary, when there's an event of some kind there's usually a new bingo brand following close behind. In recent months we've seen T-Rex (Jurassic World), Spy (Spectre) and Jingle (Christmas). Next up on the catwalk is Easter Bingo and there's no prizes for guessing which event this site is celebrating.
Launched: March 2016
Licence: UK Gambling Commission
Bingo Rooms: 75 ball, 90 ball, High 5, Candylicious
Popular Slots: Kronos, Starburst, Treasure Fair
Minimum Deposit: £10 Minimum Withdrawal: £10
Wagering Terms: x4 for bingo, x80 for games
Easter Bingo is the latest off the 888 - Dragonfish production line and it joins a bundle of sister sites including Wink, Posh, Tasty and Daisy. The site has an Easter theme (which goes without saying) and the backdrop is full of egg shaped bingo balls who are joined by an egg painting rabbit.
That's probably as egg-citing as Easter Bingo gets because it is, for the most part, just another Dragonfish Network clone. However there is a little subtle addition for new players. They are welcomed with a 300% deposit bonus (200% for bingo and 100% for games) plus 30 free slot spins. This is different to Jingle Bingo which offered a 150%/150% bingo/games bonus only.
Remove the shiny foil of Easter Bingo's exterior and inside you'll find the standard Dragonfish Network 75 and 90 ball bingo games. There are progressive jackpots, specials such as Zodiac Bingo and Grab A Grand, plus there's a whole bundle of slots. Other rooms of note are The Weekender, Late Night Show and WOW room where you play bingo to win free slot spins.
In our view Easter Bingo is a decent site with plenty on offer - but if you're a bingo regular then you've seen it all before. There's no uniqueness about Easter and at this time of year (review written near Easter 2016) it's a prime time for capitalising on it's theme. Whilst we can just about get that the Christmas themed Jingle and Season could appeal all year round, the same can't be said for Easter. On the positive side the welcome offer is different from it's predecessors.