Bingo on the Box Review
Bingo on the Box is a Microgaming site, so you would expect high quality gameplay and graphics – features that are typical of this software. How close is this site in living up to Microgaming’s reputation? It’s got a long name for a bingo site, and a mascot – an anthropomorphic television – that looks like a distant relative of Spongebob Squarepants, but can BOTB offer anything unique?
Bingo on the Box offers a healthy 300% deposit bonus if you claim within your first week of signing up, but at the moment there doesn’t seem to be any redeposit bonuses available.
Bingo on the Box has its own loyalty scheme, letting you earn points across various bingo and casino games. You can exchange these points for bonuses, and the higher you go, the bigger your bonuses will be!
In the Day Dreamer room there’s a massive £10K up for grabs every day with just 20p tickets, and there’s also a Community Jackpot where £1000 is shared out – £500 to the full house winner and the rest split between all the other players, so plenty of chances to win here!
Bingo on the Box has plenty of 90 ball, 75 ball and free bingo for you to get stuck into. Why not try a game for a progressive jackpot in the Friendship, Sapphire or Harmony rooms? In 75 ball bingo games there are also Wednesday chat promotions, where chat hosts give away plenty of bonuses. If free bingo is your thing, you can play for free at Bingo on the Box daily. Play between 3pm and midnight in the Cash Castle and there are guaranteed prize pots up for grabs.
Whilst playing bingo there are plenty of slots to keep you entertained between bingo games. Try your luck at Jungle Jim: El Dorado, Stardust, Starlight, Gold Factory, Mermaid’s Millions, Dragonz, Frozen Diamonds, Reel Spinner, Pretty Kitty, or Bar Bar Black Sheep. There’s plenty of mini games too, including a Tomb Raider-themed slot.