Daily Record Bingo Review
Reviewed By Hannah Swales
|Bingoport Rating: (3/5)|
Get a 200% bonus on your First Deposit
Site Review: Daily Record Bingo is powered by Dragonfish and they have gone with a big glitter ball themed homepage design. They do not offer a no deposit required bonus upon registration, so you will need to make a deposit first before you can test this brand out. Coming from a company like the Daily Record Newspaper group you would have thought this site would have lots of great offers and exclusive promotions running for their members, but you would be wrong. It appears they have simply launched a bingo product by DF and done nothing else whatsoever with their brand, very disappointing.
Welcome Bonus Package: A 100% bonus is awarded on your first deposit of £10 or more, up to a maximum of £150.
You can pick up a 50% bonus on all subsequent deposits made, but please note the minimum deposit to receive this bonus is set at £20.
Promotions: Collect Daily Record Club loyalty points as you play. Points can be redeemed for bonus cash at anytime – 1,000 points = £1 bonus. Guaranteed jackpots, weekend tourneys and refer a friend.
Mobile Bingo: No
Games Available: 90 ball and 75 ball bingo. Chat games and tourneys. Big cash games, along with a number of instant / slots and other casino style games.
Community: You can meet the CM’s in their community section and find out a little bit more about them. Check out all the latest bingo lingo and take a look at their fun bingo calls from two fat ladies ‘88’ to top of the shop ‘90’.
Banking: Entropay, Maestro, mastercard, neteller, Ukash, Visa and Electron.
Software: Powered by Dragonfish
Support: Self help FAQ page which will answer basic game play question about their site. Contact us form via their help page. Telephone - 0800 279 4580 (UK Only) Lines open between 10am and 6pm Monday to Friday.
Summary: I have to say we were left a little downbeat about Daily Record Bingo. They run the most basic of promos and there was not very many of them to speak about. There was no good welcome package for new members joining them and to pick up their re-deposit bonus you needed to deposit a minimum of £20. This is very annoying, as they are basically stipulating we must deposit a higher sum than we maybe normally would, otherwise we would miss out on the re-deposit bonus. The standard min deposit to receive a bonus across lots of other brands is just £10, so Daily Record really should look at this unfair offer.