Frozen Bingo Review
Updated On Friday 22nd May 2015
New Player Offer: 300% Bonus
Dragonfish - Intertain wagering terms and conditions will apply
Every now and then a new bingo sites comes along and you think that that they be skating on thin ice with their brand name. We suspect that this may be the case with the latest addition to the Intertain Costa stable - Frozen Bingo. Frozen may relate to freezing and cold, but most people will probably link the word to the famous movie!
However this bingo brand has nothing to do with the movie. The scene for Frozen Bingo is The South Pole which has become inhabited with bingo ball shaped Penguins and a bingo ball shaped Snowman called Sticks. There are plenty of references to cool promotions and cool games. Fortunately the site look doesn't leave you cold either - it's kind of cute!
New players to Frozen Bingo are welcomed with a warm free bingo room. If you decide to deposit then you'll get a 300% welcome bonus on deposits of between £5 and £20. There are second and third bonuses on offer with relevant codes and the usual 50% reload also applies after that. Wagering terms and conditions apply.
Depositors are invited to play the £10K Ice Cube each and every Friday. This is a standard promotion that runs across the network and not exclusive to the Penguins of Frozen Bingo. Still it's a nice gesture for depositors so do make sure you bag your free tickets. Free bingo is available however throughout the week to both non-depositors and depositors - again as is standard amongst this mini Dragonfish network.
Like it's sister sites of Dino, Monkey, Rio etc you will find daily jackpots and they have some great names! For Frozen these include Cash Blizzard, Money Mountain, Wonga Whiteout and our favourite of Mammoth Moolah. Sticks the Snowman doesn't seem to feature in amongst the jackpots so we expect he'll be used when the site starts to run it's own prize promotions (or at least network ones which are renamed especially for Frozen players).
Frozen is mobile and tablet ready, offers a multitude of payment options including Paypal and Neteller, offers the usual 75 and 90 ball games plus there are slots and side games to enjoy. It doesn't offer much new to players who are are already familiar with the 888/Cassava platform!
The problem for us is that Frozen Bingo feels it should be movie related - even though it isn't and never will be. For that reason we're not convinced it's the best idea for a bingo site. It looks great and the penguins are cute - but there surely must be better snow themed names to choose from?