Biscuit bingo was launched in the middle of 2012 using Cozy Games software on to the Best Bingo Network. It has been designed to have a fun element to it. The logo of the little biscuit character being dunked into a cup of tea is a good idea. The site has a pretty simple layout, as the only thing flash thing about this site is the animation involving the biscuit telling you the latest offers. As biscuit bingo is part of a network unfortunately it does not have any unique promotions or offers, they are the same as what can be found at any of the other bingo sites found on this network.
For those bingo players interested in joining you’ll find a very simple two-step registration process where you need to fill in all the usual personal details. Just ensure you enter the correct email address as you will be sent an email with a link which you will need to click in order to activate your account. Once this process has been completed you’ll find yourself in the bingo lobby area. This lobby design is the same that can be found on any other bingo site on this network. However, the bingo rooms are all listed out in one long list. At the time of our visit for this biscuit bingo review there were 5 bingo rooms and another 4 rooms which were open later in the day and evening. The choice of bingo games includes 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and 30 ball. The card prices start at 3p and work their way up to 20p. There were free bingo rooms but this are only available to funded players.
Our final views and assessment for this biscuit bingo review. This is a pretty good bingo site. The design and layout is fun and easy to use. There is a good selection of bingo games but is let down by the lack of actual bingo rooms and the fact there are no unique promotions or offers available here.
There are 30 video slots, 6 jackpot slots, 3 reel slots, 9 scratch cards and 9 casino games. These can be played from the lobby area or within the bingo rooms.
Biscuit bingo uses Cozy Games software.
Loyalty points are turned into bingo bucks. You earn loyalty points with every wager you make, expect when playing roulette. The longer you’re a member then the more points you’ll be awarded each month. 1000 loyalty points = 10 bonus bucks. The minimum amount of loyalty points that can be converted is 100.
To make a deposit simply click on ‘banking’ on the right hand side of the screen. A drop down list will now appear and you’ll then need to click on ‘make a deposit’. You’ll be redirect to a screen where you chose how much you want to deposit and then select your preferred deposit method from a drop down list.
Withdrawals are processed within 3 days of being received but you can only request withdrawal once every 7 days. The minimum withdrawal amount is £50 and prior to this you will have needed to have made a deposit of at least £20. The bingo wagering requirement is 4X the total deposit + the bonus received.
Biscuit bingo is considered safe to play as it licensed and regulated in Malta, which means it is classed as being ‘whitelisted’.
Please visit Biscuit Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Biscuit Bingo without wagering any real money.