Snap Bingo Review
Published: | Last Updated: | Reviewed By: BingoPort.co.uk
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Site Review: It’s safe to say that the front page for Snap Bingo is home to some of the friendliest crocodiles out there! They may have large jaws, but they’ve got little or no teeth, so they won’t have much of a bite – but these goofy mascots want to give you the chance to snap up some of their biggest jackpots on offer; who knows how big your bite could be?
Welcome Bonus Package: The standard Dragonfish welcome bonus is on offer – You will receive a 100% matched bonus on your 1st deposit (up to a maximum of £100). Plus, for every deposit you make of £20 or more, you will pick up receive a 50% reload bonus. Those Crocs seem even friendlier now!
Promotions: Maybe you want to bite into something other than the standard bingo or featured games, and that’s where their online promos come in. You’ll find a couple of fixed promos, which means they will always be available, and a couple of temporary promos, which means they will change on a weekly or monthly basis, depending on the promo itself, to a brand new one.
Mobile Bingo: Coming Soon.
Games Available: Being powered by the Drangonfish brand, you will be able to enjoy the same games that all their sites have to offer, such as – 90 ball bingo, 80 ball bingo, High5 Bingo, Slots, Casino games, Scratchcards and Instant Win games.
Community: Curious as to whom the latest jackpot winners are? You can check out that list by going through their ‘Winners’ tab and don’t forget about their all-important loyalty scheme, there’s plenty of ways to receive more bonus points and benefits through that.
Banking: Payment methods are – Ukash, Mastercard, Maestro, Neteller, Visa, Visa Electron, Paysafe Card, Entropay and Paypal.
Software: Operated on Dragonfish Network – 888 / Globalcom Software
Support: Got an enquiry? Well at Snap Bingo, you’ve got 2 ways of getting in contact. 1st way – Give them a call on their Toll free UK number 08000 516 412 and 2nd way – visit their ‘Instant Help’ and chat to one of their agents, once you’ve logged into your bingo account. But there’s always the possibility that your enquiry has already been answered, so it’s not a bad idea to check out their F&Q section, before trying out either of the above methods.
Summary: You couldn’t class this site as one of the brands on the Dragonfish Network and everything is basically DF standard. However, they do offer a great collection of games and some jaw-dropping promotions do pop up every now and again. So the question is; how do you feel about taking on one of these Crocs in a bingo game?