Little Big Bingo Review
Updated On Thursday 23rd May 2013
New Player Offer: 200% Bonus - 3
Cashcade/Cassava/Dragonfish wagering terms and conditions will apply
Little Big Bingo was the bargain bingo site from Cashcade. It started life as Think Bingo Plus before becoming Think Bingo Cosy and finally Little Big. It's aim was to offer players the opportunity to play for pennies and win big cash prizes. Sadly, the site was unable to emerge from the shadow of sister sites Foxy and Cheeky, and in 2011 the site became part of the Cashcade Network along with Rollover, ITV and The Mirror.
Little Big Deposit Bonus?
Despite the move, Little Big has been pretty much left. At launch it was a big colourful site but it now looks a little dated. As mentioned it's on the Cashcade Network, which uses the 888/Cassava platform, and it offers new players a 200% welcome bonus - deposit £10 and get £20 free. As with all sites on this platform there's the usual 50% reload offer too.
Any Big Bingo Freebies?
Little Big (which sounds like an American Indian) run a reward scheme called Penny Points, so that you can earn points as you play. Points can also be earnt by taking part in tournaments, chat games and by letting your friends know about the site. You can get 10 Penny Points for every £1 you wager - you get 5000 when you refer your mates. The points can then be exchanged for bingo cards, so 1000 points converts into £1 to spend on bingo.
Little Big Bingo Games
Little Big's Rooms used to be split into 1p, 2p and 5p rooms and that was it - that's sadly no longer the case. When we visited the card prices ranged from 3p to 50p. The 1p bingo room, Pennies from Heaven only opens from 6pm until 11pm. This move away from cheap bingo can be directly attributed to the site moving from standalone to the network.
The promotions page is pretty basic, but gives players all they need to know regarding bonuses and big games with pre-buy options. Or does it? The information on that page regarding the daily, weekly and monthly games could not be found in the bingo lobby! This is not the only problem! We found a broken link on the registration page when trying to make a deposit. The Facebook link on the front page also doesn't work as their page looks like it has disappeared. Out of interest, we searched for them on Twitter and while Little Big Bingo do have an account, it hasn't been updated since January 2011.
The End For Little Big?
This site feels like it has been left by the wayside which is a real shame considering it's been around in one guise or another for some time. In these austerity times a cheap games site offering decent prizes should be appealing - but perhaps the market just isn't there? There is nothing here that you won't find at Mirror and ITV as all the games are the same. In fact in our opinion, players would be better off heading to either of those two sites - especially as you may only be allowed one account for the whole Cashcade Network.