Foxy Zero Review
Updated On Wednesday 12th October 2016
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At the start of 2009 Foxy Bingo owners Cashcade launched a new free to play for real cash bingo site - Cheeky Bingo. So it was a surprise when a few months later they also launched a similar site with the Foxy brand - Foxy Zero. Like Cheeky it offers the free bingo but it has a huge fox stuck right in the middle of it.
To be honest Foxy Zero is the lightweight brother of Foxy Bingo and given that since it's launch not a lot has happened to the site it does make you wonder whether it's a welcome sibling. We last reviewed the site in 2013 and three years on nothing has changed. For players there's the attraction of the free bingo for real cash prizes, but beyond that there's nothing that they can't find on the main Foxy site.
As Foxy Zero are on the Cashcade/Cassava platform, it's a good looking site and easy to navigate round. The lobby is simply laid out with a nifty options button so you can change what you see while you play. They accept payments from Paypal, Neteller, Visa Debit and Electron, Delta, Switch, Solo, Maestro, Paysafecard and Mastercard. Players can access games via mobile, tablet and desktop.
There is some attractive stuff going on at Foxy Zero as they are giving away over £10,000 in guaranteed jackpots every month! New players can get a 200% deposit bonus (£20 free for £10 deposit) but that's where the promotions now end. Wagering terms are x4 and include both the deposit and bonus amounts.
Free or Not Free Bingo?
Foxy Zero original remit was to offer free bingo with real cash prizes. Players didn't have to deposit to play. That remit has changed over time and whilst free bingo is still at the core of the site, you do need to be a depositor. The site has five different free rooms including one especially for newbies. Elsewhere there's up to 4 75 ball rooms and 3 90 ball rooms.
Jackpots are available every day at 9pm. These range from £250 games at 5p a card right up to a £2000 pot every Friday for just 25p a ticket. These games will be networked though. In fact we're pretty sure that there's nothing exclusive for players at Foxy Zero. This kind of makes the place a tad redundant.
On the day we reviewed the site the rooms were a bit on the quiet side. In truth all the minor sites of the Cashcade Network have suffered in the last few years and have not received the same attention as Cheeky and Foxy Bingo. Our view of three years back still holds true - Foxy Zero does seem a tad lost in the shadows of it's bigger brother and perhaps could do with a rebrand so that it can standalone.
Sadly for Foxy Zero there are better sites to visit for free bingo games these days. Our advice would be to visit Foxy Bingo or another similar brand.