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Spice Bingo Review

Spice Bingo launched in April 2013 on the 15 Network, using software from Jumpman Gaming, extending this ever growing network one more, but does this bingo site have enough kick to stand above the competition, or is it more creamy korma, less madras?

At launch, When you landed at the homepage it was easy to see that the theme continues, and your tummy might have rumbled as you took in the takeaway themed bingo site. It wasn’t the most brilliant homepage we’d ever seen, and we weren’t sure it dazzled but it had plenty of information for players and was well laid out.

In September 2018 an update to the page took place as the site migrated to the new Jumpman Gaming software and the design changed signicantly. The new theme feature a variety of women enjoying some time in the park.

The homepage tells of the sign up bonuses promised, the chance to spin the wheel and earn slot spins or Amazon vouchers, so what it lacks in bright, graphic appeal, it does seem to make up for in usability and information.

Signing up for a new account is really easy, and the whole registration process takes less than a couple of minutes so you’ll be playing in no time at all. Unfortunately, there’s no free cash at Spice Bingo, but if you’d rather look around before you can make a deposit, you can launch the bingo lobby and see what’s on offer even before you register your financial details and make a deposit.

From the lobby you’ll see a selection of bingo rooms, and you’ll be able to see what the hot dishes are on the bingo menu. The 15 Network is still small in comparison to some of the bigger networks, so the rooms aren’t too busy. In fact, on our visit no games played as there weren’t enough players.

The bingo spice comes in two flavours with both traditional 90-ball bingo and US 75-ball bingo available, and there are a selection of slots, instant wins and casino games too. Overall the site is graphic rich and appealing. While you’re playing (the slots), you can stay tuned to the promotions and ensure you can make the most of the big games and specials all the time.

There’s no denying that the 15 Network is struggling in the world of online bingo, and maybe it doesn’t quite have the ‘heat’ of the big sites.

Pros

Great software, generous welcome bonus, great community bingo.

Cons

Samey software, limited promotions, limited payment options.

April 2013

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Spice Bingo Information

Bingo rooms – A selection of bingo rooms available
Bingo varieties – 75 ball & 90 ball bingo
Side games – Other games include casino games, slots and instant wins

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Spice Bingo Homepage

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Bingo Sign Up Bonuses And Deposit Offers

New Customer Offer

New sign ups at Spice Bingo can claim a Mega Wheel spin when the make their first deposit of £10. The Mega Wheel could win you up to 500 Fluffy Favourite spins or Amazon vouchers.

New players only | Min. deposit £10 | £8 Max. win per 10 spins | Max. bonus conversion £250 | 65x wagering requirements | Full T&Cs apply | Full T&C’s here.

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Minimum Deposit And Withdrawal Requirements

The minimum deposit at Spice Bingo is just £5, but if you want to claim any bonuses, you’ll need to deposit £10.

The minimum withdrawal from Spice Bingo is £10.

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Payment Options

Spice Bingo has limited payment options and accepts only major debit and credit cards.

Bingo Software / Network

Spice Bingo is part of the 15 Network and uses software from Jumpman Gaming to power the games.

Licensing Jurisdiction And Complaints

Spice Bingo is licensed in Alderney. Complaints to the licensing authority can be made here.

UK Gambling Commission: Reference 39175

Support

You can contact Spice Bingo support in a variety of ways listed below:

Telephone: 01481 734554
Email: support@spicebingo.co.uk

Your Comments On Spice Bingo

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