Gravy Train is another addition to the rapidly expanding stable of Cozy games’ Live Bingo Network (LBN). Sorry if I’m getting a bit jaded, but it’s a struggle to very positive about this effort. I like the name, perhaps poking a bit of fun at the number of new sites jumping on the increasingly popular online bingo bandwagon. But what do we find? Colour scheme? Well, surprise, surprise… it’s pink and purple! They haven’t even made the effort to design any additional graphics, apart from a few fuzzy bingo balls. There isn’t even a train. All in all, a lame effort.
Of course, there’s nothing wrong with the actual games: the standard well-designed LBN
90, 80, 75, 50 and 30 Ball bingo rooms are here, together with the usual comprehensive range of alternative games. Chat rooms are well-populated and lively, probably consisting mostly of players from other sites on the network. Promotions are also those you would find on all the other members of the LBN stable.
The only possible conclusion of any impartial review of Gravy Train Bingo is that it is a missed opportunity. The ticket prices, game play and prize funds are perfectly adequate – the same as all the other members of the network, but there is nothing at all to differentiate it from its sister sites. It can only be concluded that the designers ran out of inspiration. Instead of being called “Gravy Train” Bingo ironically, perhaps it's self-parody.
There is a good range of slot, scratch card and casino-style games available on this site.
Cozy Games provide the software for Gravy Train Bingo.
The loyalty scheme on Gravy Train Bingo has four levels: starting with the basic Silver membership, moving up to higher tiers depends on the amount you spend on playing the different games provided on the site. You earn one point for every pound spent on bingo, but only for every £10 on all the other games. 1001 points are needed to reach Gold level, 2501 for VIP and 5001 for SVIP. Bonuses get increasingly luctrative as you move up the membership tiers, with 100% bonus for Silver members’ deposits, growing progressively to 250% for SVIP players. Note that no points are awarded for playing Roulette.
All the widely used credit and debit payment options such as MasterCard, Visa and Switch are provided on this site. A limited range of e-payment methods are also available. Making a deposit is a simple process: just provide your personal and account details on registration, then go to the “Banking” page. Pay in what you want (minimum £10) then start to play.
The wagering requirements on this site are that before making your first withdrawal you must spend four times your deposit + bonus (10 x for other games). Further bonuses have an additional wagering requirement of 8 x for bingo and 20 x for other games. Withdrawn funds usually take about a week to reach your nominated account. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30.
Gravy Train Bingo is licensed and registered via Cozy games, which is based in the Isle of Man. This territory falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission, meaning that this site is considered safe to play in the UK.
Please visit Gravy Train Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Gravy Train Bingo without wagering any real money.