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Biscuit Bingo Review
Biscuit bingo is a website which uses a plain and simply layout, yet also has clever graphics on the middle of the page. When you first log on to the home page you’re greeted with what looks like a pretty basic web page. There is a logo in one corner and a relatively small choice of menu tabs. Yet, in the middle of the page all the latest promotions are displayed, but rather cleverly they have animated a biscuit. This biscuit waves at you, gets dunked into a cup of tea and is pretty fun and clever. It is not over the top, but helps provide a good balance between a stark looking webpage and animations.
During the course of this biscuit bingo review we took our time to full assess each of the different webpages. Jumping from one part of the site is really easy, and this is in fact a very user friendly site. It is not to cluttered with flash graphics and we feel this works in its favour. There are a number of useful promotions running. Biscuit bingo is licensed and regulated in Malta. This means it is a safe bingo site for you to join. We also looked through the terms and conditions. During this inspection we found that there are no onerous terms for you to watch out for. However, we would always recommend that you fully read and understand the terms and conditions before accepting any bonus.
The registration process
So we could get a good understanding of the sign up procedure for this biscuit bingo review we created a new player profile. There are plenty of ‘join now’ buttons on any website so it is easy to join up with biscuit bingo. In our general assessment we found creating an account very easy and straightforward. You have one page of the usual basic details to complete and then you’re done. Initially you’re taken to a page where you can validate your account. You need to do this before you can claim the free £15. You’ll be sent an email with a link to click. Therefore ensure you enter the correct email address and also check your spam in your email account just in case. If you do not receive an email you can easily contact biscuit bingo for them to activate your account. Please do remember this is £15 is a free trial, so it is not real money that you can withdraw.
The lobby and bingo rooms
Once you’ve validated you’re account you then taken to the bingo lobby area. This is pretty disappointing. A criticism we have here of biscuit bingo is that there are only four bingo rooms for to choose from. This is a pretty small number compared with some other bingo sites. The layout and the deisgn of the webpage is perfectly fine, it’s just lacking in bingo rooms. The rooms available are 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and 30 ball bingo. So we could provide an accurate biscuit bingo review we played bingo in each of the different rooms. The bingo rooms themselves were OK and we didn’t encounter any problems while playing bingo.
Our overall analysis and assessment for this biscuit bingo review. This bingo site is a bit of a mixed back. The website is very user friendly and easy to navigate your way round. Although it has a simple look to it, it is actually to its benefit. The one criticism we have is the lack of bingo rooms available to join. There is only a small choice available. This bingo itself is OK and we found no reason not to recommend biscuit bingo. We would recommend that you try it for free before depositing your own money just to be sure it’s the bingo site for you.
What is the minimum deposit required?
The minimum deposit at is £5 and the maximum is £500.
How do you make a deposit?
To make a deposit on the right of the screen you’ll see ‘banking’. Click on this for a drop list where you will then see ‘make a deposit’. You’ll then see a list of different payment methods. When you select one you’ll be taken to another screen where you can enter how much you want to deposit and your bank details.
What are the biscuit bingo wagering requirements?
The wagering requirement is 4X the deposit amount plus the bonus amount received. Therefore if you deposit £5 and get a £15 bingo bonus you’ll need to wager a total of £80. If you chose to play other games then the wagering requirement is 20X.
How long do withdrawals take and what is the minimum you can withdraw?
You may request one withdrawal during a 5 day period. Withdrawals are processed within 3 working days of being requested. The minimum withdrawal amount is £10 and prior to withdrawing you will have needed to have deposited a minimum of £5 and made at least one wager.
Is it licensed and regulated?
Yes. It is licensed and regulated in Malta. This makes it safe as it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission and is classed as being ‘whitelisted’.
What software is used?
Biscuit bingo uses Cozy Games software and is on the best bingo network.
Are bank details needed at the registration stage?
Banks details are not required during the registration process.
How long has the bingo site been established?
Biscuit bingo was launched in May 2012.