Real Deal Bingo Review
Updated On Monday 17th July 2017
New Player Offer: 700% Bonus
No Wagering Terms Apply - Wins Paid Out As Real Cash!
If you're expecting to see David Dickinson splashed all over this particular bingo site then you're in for a disappoinment. Real Deal Bingo is the latest launch (July 2017) from the Costa Bingo camp and they're hoping that they have a right bobby dazzler on their hands. This site is different to their previous offerings in that it's a member of the new Dragonfish Real Money Network.
The Dragonfish Real Money Network launched earlier this year with Blighty Bingo. The network is different from the usual as no bonuses are offered to players. As there are no bonuses it means no wagering terms are incurred and that all wins are paid out as cash. This should make it easier for players to withdraw winnings and know where they are with their accounts.
No Wagering Terms
That's not to say new players to Real Deal Bingo don't get rewarded. If you deposit £10 then you'll be given £70 of bingo tickets. These will include 4 tickets (worth £40) forthe next Big Bang game on the 10th of the month, and 60 tickets (worth £30) for the Kaching Game. In addition new players will also get 10 free spins on Fluffy Favourites. Any wins from the tickets or spins will be paid out as cash.
This all sounds great but there is a problem. The problem is that Real Deal Bingo is uninvitingly dull. When compared to other brands in the Costa camp, this is a million miles away from the likes of City, Sing and Season. It looks like it's been rushed out with little thought or clarity of design. Many visitors may even miss the fact that about the no wagering term message!
Inside Real Deal Bingo you'll find 75 and 90 ball rooms, free bingo, guaranteed win jackpots and the Ace Club, which is the brand's loyalty programme. On top of this there's the usual blend of slots and instants which include Twinkle, Fluffy Too, Fluffy Favourites and Starburst.
Unfortunately you don't get any of the exciting prize promotions or free games that are networked across other Costa related sites. This is a shame as it means Real Deal doesn't offer anything different to Blighty, Zinger and Hunky - the other members of the Real Money Network.
We love the idea of no wagering terms, but the concept isn't being made attractive to players. Lazy site design most certainly doesn't help and unfortunately Real Deal is going to have to do a lot better in order to live up to it's name.