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Changes To Dragonfish Reload Bonus Structure

Posted by: BingoGal - Sunday, May. 4th 2014 7:04 AM

We’ve got a mammoth task going on at the moment thanks to the Dragonfish network; we are currently amended quite a few of our bonus pages and reviews because this large network has recently made changes to their reload bonus structure and BFF loyalty scheme. With so many brands on this network, it has been quite a chore checking all the pages so if you notice on with the wrong information, please drop us a line.

The changes has been made in preparation for the Point of Consumption tax that is due to come into force in December 2014. It was said that this wouldn’t affect the player but it clearly has from the Dragonfish network because instead of a minimum 25% reload on a £10 deposit unless you are a Gold or Platinum VIP, you will only get £1.00.

If you were to deposit £20, where you would previously have received a 50% reload bonus, again you will now only get £2.00 unless you are a Gold or Platinum VIP.

There are other rewards for players in the BFF loyalty program but from what we can see, it’s taken away a players choice as to where and how they spend a bonus. For example let’s do a comparison between a bronze player depositing £20 before 1st May and one after:

Bronze Before

  • Deposits £20 – gets £10 bonus to spend in any bingo room of their choice (a 50% bonus)
  • No Monthly Cashback
  • No Free Tickets

Bronze After

  • Deposits £20 – gets £2.00 bonus to spend in any bingo room of their choice (a 10% bonus)
  • 12% Monthly Cashback (The 12% cash back is for losses on total monthly deposits higher than £20.) This has to be claimed by email!
  • Three free tickets for every £20 lost within the month. This also has to be claimed!

To check out all the changes we have provided two links below, one is to the current BFF scheme and the other is via the Wayback Machine to the previous offer. We have used Bingo Cove as an example and please remember, first deposit bonuses vary from brand to brand.

We are not overly impressed to be fair and don’t think that players are going to realise they have to claim some of the so called rewards being offered, what do you think of the changes at sites like www.bingocove.co.uk?

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