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Biscuit Bingo Review

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Please note that whilst the bonuses and screenshots are up to date, the rest of the review will not be updated going forward.

After much furore and anticipation, Biscuit Bingo launched onto our screens in March 2013, another addition to the Best Bingo Network on the Cozy Games software. As with other brands on this software, the homepage is bright and appealing and the sign up bonuses really do take the biscuit in more ways than one.

There’s a massive £15 free when you sign up, and there are generous first deposit bonuses too at Biscuit Bingo. However, do be aware that if you’re already signed up to another online bingo site using this software then you are likely to encounter issues with matching email addresses and the like.

While we do understand that the process is to prevent players signing up at many brands just for the generous bonuses, there are many players who genuinely do want to play at more than one site on the software, or just switch from one site to another, and for these players the sign up problems are a nightmare. If you do want to try the brand and you’re already signed up at a different site on the network, you can use your existing log in details but you won’t receive the welcome bonus.

When you do get to play, you’ll see that Biscuit Bingo offers an attractive interface and you’ll have plenty of free funds to get your started. There is a glut of games to choose from with 30 ball, 75 ball, 80 ball and 90 ball games available and a huge amount of slots, side games, casino games and instant wins too. If there’s one area you could praise Biscuit Bingo and the Cozy Games software it’s on pure choice, you could never get bored playing here.

However, when you do go to buy bingo tickets you will notice restrictions on how many you can buy, and these restrictions coupled with high wagering requirements mean that unless you win a big jackpot or have the best winning streak ever, you are unlikely to be able to withdraw any cash.

The wagering requirements are complicated, but all you really need to know is that it can be anything from 4 times to 20 times your bonus before you can cash out. Add to that the fact that the minimum withdrawal is £50 and you are limited to how many tickets you can purchase and it’s difficult to see how you could ever withdraw your winnings.

There is a selection of promotions, and the reload bonuses are also generous. There’s no denying the games are playable and the interface is easy to use, if you’re not put off by the high wagering requirements and through-the-hoops sign up bonus, then why not try it out for yourself and make your own decision.

Pros

Free welcome bonus for new players means you can “try before you buy”, bonus funds can be used to play slots/casino games.

Cons

High wagering requirements, high minimum withdrawal amounts, limited withdrawals per week, no ticket prices when a game is in play, restricted ticket purchases for new players.

March 2013

Biscuit Bingo Information

Bingo rooms – Several rooms available but some restricted to Depositors only
Bingo varieties – 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball games offered
Side games – A wide selection of instant win games available, bonus money can be used to play

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Biscuit Bingo Site
Biscuit Bingo game

Bingo Sign Up Bonuses And Deposit Offers

Although a no deposit required bonus is not available to new players, you are able to access the Newbie Bingo room and play for free 24 hours a day for seven days from the point that you sign up to the site.

Without your credit / debit card details, the Newbie Bingo room will not be available to you.

18+ All Players | Bingo room will be available only for first 7 days from your registration day | Debit / Credit Card validation required | Winnings will be in form of Bonus only | Further T&Cs Apply.

Click here for the Biscuit Bingo bonus details

Minimum Deposit And Withdrawal Requirements

The minimum deposit amount at Biscuit Bingo is £5 and the minimum withdrawal amount is £10.

Before you are eligible to withdraw any winnings you do have to meet wagering requirements on all your deposits of the day. These are currently:

  • 4x deposits + bonuses for bingo.
  • 10x deposits + bonuses for other games.

Please note: Play on Roulette and Blackjack do not count towards wagering.

For bonuses that are given on chat games or daily login bonuses or are won in the Newbie Bingo room(any bonus that is not related to a deposit), the wagering is doubled to 8x for bingo and 40x for casino and other games.

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Payment Options

Biscuit Bingo accepts Solo/Switch, Ukash, PaySafecard, Visa, Mastercard, Neteller, Moneybookers, EcoCard, Poli and a few other options too.

Bingo Software / Network

Biscuit Bingo is part of the Best Bingo Network and uses the Cozy Games bingo software to power their games. The site is operated by Chelbis Company Ltd.

Licensing Jurisdiction And Complaints

Biscuit Bingo is licensed in Isle of Man. Complaints to the licensing authority can be made here. It is operated by ElectraWorks Limited in the UK and Cozy Games Management in all other territories.

UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39011

Support

You can contact support only by using the Web Form on the “Support” page.

Your Comments On Biscuit Bingo

Do you play at Biscuit Bingo? Tell us what you think about the site by leaving a comment here. Give the site your ranking out of 5 at the end of your comment, ie – 1/5 Very Poor, 2/5 Poor, 3/5 Average, 4/5 Good or 5/5 Excellent.

One Comment on “Biscuit Bingo Review”

Joselyn Grinsell Says:

I enjoy this site, although I was a bit surprised to note it has another site which is the same under a different name. The bonuses are enticing, fun and good. I wish there were more games on the go than sometimes just 3. It’s good that there are 2p games and more expensive ones. I love the slots it is good that each slot can easiky tell you the average pay return, and I think the slot rewards are a fab idea tho a tad confusing initially. The casino is not so good as it has games that are no longer available such as roulette and some black jacks.
The down sides are it there is no choice when playing bingo as to whether the player would prefer to play with either bonus or real money so it is harder to turn bonuses into the very large minimum requirement of £50 to withdraw your winnings. I really think that is way too high and a big turn off. A clever tool for the site to keep people playing without them getting much return so it’s unfair, and can take some wagering before the player realises this. So all in all 4/5

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