Quackpot Bingo is another addition to the Cozy Games / Live Bingo Network (LBN) stable. However, it doesn’t at first glance look like one. But in the case of this site, different is not necessarily a good thing. The design is very basic: really just a plain pink backdrop with a bit of sky blue for contrast. Oh, and a few bingo balls. There are none of the expected lucky ducks, or even any pots of gold. Even the network standard bingo lobby looks different, that is to say not as good, although the room names are of course identical.
Anyway, the bingo offered is the comprehensive but standard network offering of 90, 80, 75, 50 and 30 ball bingo, with ticket prices ranging from free up to 15p. There are also some tournament games with ticket prices up to £2. The jackpots are those you would expect for an LBN site with the usual lively chat rooms full of fellow roomies from the other linked network sites. There are also lots of alternative games to play if the bingo is not enough to keep you entertained.
Can you tell already that this reviewer of Quackpot Bingo is not particularly impressed? It all just looks a bit naff – put together without too much thought about the graphics or how to make it stand out from the crowd. Of course, everything works ok and you can enjoy your bingo on what is a smooth running operation. But there are better designed sites on this network where some effort has clearly been put into the name and theme. Even the site’s “Help” and “Q & A” pages are not up to the required standard. “How much it is easy to withdraw winnings from Quackpot Bingo?” Obviously about as easy as it is to proper English write!
There is a good range of around forty alternative slot options. A limited range of scratch card and casino-style games are also available, although these are not listed on the home page.
Software for this site is supplied by Cozy games.
The loyalty scheme on Quackpot Bingo is the standard LBN offering, which has four levels. Players start with the basic Silver membership, moving up to higher tiers depending 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 lucrative 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. Bonus bucks are also awarded in conjunction with certain promotions, offering extra free tickets.
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. The minimum deposit amount is £10.
The wagering requirement on this site is 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 seven days to reach your nominated account. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30.
Quackpot Bingo is a Cozy Games operation. All Cozy Games sites are licensed and registered via the Isle of Man, which is a territory which falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission. This means that this site is considered safe to play in the UK.
Please visit Quackpot Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Quackpot Bingo without wagering any real money.