About Moon Bingo
Will the stars align and give you good luck at Moon Bingo? There’s only one way to find out! Moon Bingo is a Dragonfish site with a lovely community full of fellow celestial fans, so you can win big and make new friends too. It’s a slightly underwhelming-looking site – despite its revamp in July 2017 – but is there cosmic promise lying within?
- 90 ball bingo
- 75 ball bingo
Moon Bingo Games
There is a great range of bingo games available to play on Moon Bingo. Games include the traditional 90 ball and 75 ball bingo, but there’s also a Swedish style bingo room. Free bingo is on offer, but be aware that some games are only available to non-funded players.
Slots and Casino Games
Moon Bingo has plenty of slots to choose from, including titles such as Cirque du Soleil Kooza, Hercules High & Mighty, Rainbow Riches Reel of Gold, King Kong Cash, Foxin’ Wins Again, Birds on a Wire, Gems Gems Gems, Saved by the Bells, Evangelion, Rainforest Dream, Nemo’s Voyage and Enchanted Prince.
Withdrawal and Wagering
- Minimum withdrawal: £30
- Processing time: 4-7 days
Withdrawal requirements: 10 withdrawals permitted per day. Photo ID, copy of card and proof of address may be requested.
Moon Bingo on Mobile and Tablet
The site is fully optimised for mobile play, and can be accessed on any device. It’s got a simple layout, although be warned – you can’t access the promotions and offers pages on mobile or tablet until you’ve logged in, so if you haven’t signed up yet, it might be best to do that on a desktop PC first. However, it’s also really easy to sign up on mobile.
There’s an app version of the site available for iPhones from the official iOS App store, but it’s identical to the browser version, so it’s not really necessary to download. There currently isn’t an Android equivalent available.
Moon Bingo Usability and Registration
Simply enter your username and password into the login box at the top right of the screen to login to Moon Bingo. The site has a very simple, almost plain layout, oddly without many moons in the design – besides the big, faint one in the background behind the fairy on the homepage, we couldn’t really see any! However, the site is easy to navigate, and it’s a doddle to find what you want with the navigation bar and uncluttered theme.
Moon Bingo Final Thoughts
While Moon Bingo could offer a little more in the way of design, it has some nice offers and promotions, and a lively Facebook page to keep players enticed. As it’s on a smaller network the games aren’t shared with as many sites – making them that little more exclusive – but the Dragonfish software should feel familiar to seasoned online bingo players. We think that with some small design tweaks – more moons, for example? – this could be an awesome site. We’d rate it as 7/10.