- Penny Games: yes
- Free Bingo: yes
- Progressive Jackpots: yes
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Launched in 2011 as the hot new bingo site on the Joy of Bingo network, Bingo Street had a big reputation to live up to, and it has certainly managed to do that. With its British Street theme, Bingo Street welcomes you into one of its many shop fronts where you will find all your daily bingo needs.
In this Bingo Street review, we will take you on a journey through Bingo Street and tell you all about the great offers you can expect, what games you have to play, look at the new mobile app, discuss Bingo Street as one of Wink Bingo sister sites and much more.
Offers and Promotions
As a new visitor to the street you will be given a friendly, warm welcome. The welcome bonus on offer is 200% and that can be applied to your first deposit of more than £5. This will mean if you deposit £20, you will get £60 worth of bingo money to spend.
New players will also get a chance to Shake the Signpost to receive a free bingo bonus of up to £5.
As well as this Bingo Street has it regular weekly and monthly promotions and games, including those which play across the entire Dragonfish network. You can also be rewarded with prizes through the Bingo Street loyalty scheme or refer a friend bonus.
Being a bingo site, Bingo Street, as you can imagine, is dominated by bingo games. On-site Bingo street has 90 ball and 75 ball bingo games. These games play throughout the day across all the rooms.
On Bingo Street, the bingo games on offer vary in price depending on what you are looking to spend. Bingo Street has free games, penny games and much more for those of you looking for a bargain, but if you are prepared to risk a bit more you can also play games which are anything up to £2 a ticket.
Bingo is the main focus of Bingo Street, but on the site, you have plenty more games to keep you occupied. With the addition of slots, instant wins and casino games it has something for everyone.
As you would expect from a site operated by Cassava, Bingo Street, has numerous ways for players to pay. Players can pay in the traditional way of credit or debit card, either online or via the phone. If you prefer you can also deposit using an NETeller account, wire transfer or PayPal account. If you have a PaySafecard, which is a prepaid voucher, Bingo Street will accept that payment method also. The final way you can deposit is using an EntroPay Virtual Visa Card, which is a virtual Visa card which you fund using a credit or debit card.
Bingo Street now has its own app for you to enjoy, and compared to the desktop site, the Bingo Street mobile version is much brighter and more colourful. The mobile app is a new development by Bingo Street and offers players all the benefits of playing on your desktop, but with the convenience of having it available at the click of a button on the go. The app is available on both the Apple and Android devices and couldn’t be easier to download. Just head to the site on your device and follow the prompts to download the app.
The last thing we are doing in this review gives some comparisons between Bingo Street and some similar sites. One such similar site is Tasty Bingo, which is on the same network as Bingo Street, and has many similarities which would be worth reading about in a Tasty Bingo review. One similarity is they have very similar bingo and slot games for players, but Tasty might have the edge if you are looking for free bingo.
Another site which is very similar in style and feel to Bingo Street is 888 Ladies as it uses the same software, although Bingo Street has more of a community feel, you may prefer the bright design of 888 Ladies.
Although on the face of it Bingo Street struggles to compete with some of it’s bigger sister sites for users, where it can compete is with ease of use and enjoyment while playing on the site. Bingo Street is a fun, safe site and if that is what you are looking for from a bingo site, then you definitely should be giving it a try.