Telly Talk Bingo Review
Updated On Monday 18th July 2016
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It was strangely ironic that back in 2013 on the day after we write a feature article on TV and bingo that a new site called Telly Talk Bingo should launch. Such is the relationship between the gogglebox and bingo it's felt that a site "for TV fans who want to chat about their favourite shows" is what's needed!
Three years on and not a lot has changed since our original review. The reality is that Telly Talk got swamped under changes at Bwin (Foxy's owners) and a host of new Dragonfish powered brands. With Gala launching Soap branded rooms, the need for a site just to talk about the telly seemed redundant.
In 2013 Telly Talk Bingo was the newest site on the Cashcade Network. In 2016 it remains the newest site on the network. It joined the likes of Think, ITV and Bingo Scotland. We did think that a "one account per network rule" was in effect but we managed to sign up as a new player for Telly Talk despite having an account on ITV.
Telly Talk Bingo is a nice looking site, not too fussy and easy to navigate. It actually looks better than other sites on the same network. Registration is easy but to join the site you do need to have to have a debit/credit card number handy. If you do decide to deposit then you're offered the standard 200% bonus - plus x4 wagering requirement. The £10 free bonus has sadly been withdrawn.
Inside Telly Talk you'll find the usual lobby that you will see on other Cashcade/Dragonfish sites. Telly Talk uses the same software platform as the likes of Foxy, Costa, and Cheeky so it'll be very familiar. There's 90 and 75 ball rooms such as Bingotastic, Nifty Fifty and Five Liner Bingo. In addition you'll also have access to popular slots and side games.
Despite an exciting launch in 2013, Telly Talk Bingo has never really set the world alight. It's £10 free bonus was the only highlight and with that now gone plus still little sign of any "telly talk" this site does seem to have gone off the boil.
It's nice to see new sites and especially new additions to Cashcade, but we would like to see something new that's not on offer at other sites. We'd also like to see some of the forgotten brands - such as ITV and Rollover - getting back up to speed! Perhaps the future though is in newer brands but we do wonder if people really want a specific site dedicated to chatting about TV shows - they can do that at all that others!!