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Welcome to our Eat Sleep Bingo Review
Eat Sleep Bingo has been around for a number of years and is one of those strange bingo sites that doesn’t really look all that much like a bingo site when you first enter. The sharp green background is not the most tasteful and even in summer there are snowflakes that seem to be floating on the screen. Overall the design element of this website is pretty poor. The layout will be familiar to those players that have used a cozy games site in the past, as it is standard ‘one size fits all’ style template that has been favoured by lots of sites. The standard ‘block’ design means that while it is easy to use it’s not that great on the eye.
One area we were keen to explore as part of this review was the terms and conditions. We wanted to analyse the terms to see if they could be classed as safe and had nothing hidden away in the small print. Although a little difficult to find as they are spread over different pages and tabs, they are not onerous or dangerous in anyway. The wagering requirements that are attached to the promotions are the same as many other sites out there.
The registration process
The registration process is actually very straightforward but it us a bit more time consuming that other sites you may come across. To register just click on the new player offer that scrolls across the screen. You will then have to enter the usual details such as your name, date of birth, your email address, create a username and password as well as your telephone number. The additional info needed is a debit or credit and this cannot be skipped out or left blank to be done at a later stage. Once this has been done you will then be sent an email which contains a link and you need to click this link in order to validate your account and be able to access the games.
The lobby and bingo rooms
Once you’ve validated your account you’ll be redirected straight to the games lobby. Here the same awful green background with snowflakes continues. At the top of the screen is where you’ll find all the menu tabs to gain access to all your account details. On the page itself you will see all the bingo rooms available shown as one long list. Although it is not the most attractive looking design it is very functional and means that finding a room to join and play is very easy. There is a good choice of games for you to chose from that includes 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and 30 ball bingo. Tickets prices are well varied with plenty of cheap bingo at 1p for those players who are on a tight budget.
To help us complete this review we tested out a number of different rooms and games to get a true feeling what it is like to be a full member of this site. Because cozy games software is used the chances are many players will be already familiar with how the room looks and plays. Graphically it is not the most visually impressive but it is well laid out meaning everything feels nice and spacious and you have no trouble swapping rooms or playing side games and having a chat with fellow roomies.
Our final summary and analysis for this eat sleep bingo review. It is a strange bingo site in many ways. It almost feels like it has been cobbled together and just left to its own devices. The promotions are updated but only because it’s part of a large network of sites. If you love cozy software sites then it could be worth looking into further otherwise you may well want to consider joining a different site.
What is the minimum deposit required?
The minimum deposit is £5 and the maximum is £500.
How do you make a deposit?
On the left of the screen you’ll see some tabs and you’ll need to click on the one labelled ‘banking’. You’ll then see a list of more options and you’ll need to click on ‘make a deposit’. A new screen will then load up where you enter how you wish to deposit and then select your payment method from a drop down list.
What is the bingo wagering requirement and how will you have to wager?
The wagering requirement is 4X the deposit amount plus the amount of bonus received. Therefore if you deposit £5 and get a £15 bingo bonus you’ll need to wager a total of £80. You do have the option not to accept a deposit bonus and therefore have no wagering requirements to meet.
How long do withdrawals take and what is the minimum you can withdraw?
You may request only one withdrawal during a 5 day period which is quite restrictive and a little unfair. Withdrawals are processed within 48-72 hours of being received and will reach your account in 2-5 working days. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30 and prior to withdrawing you will have needed to have deposited a minimum of £10 and made at least one wager. Proof of ID must also be provided before you can make a withdrawal.
Is it licensed and regulated?
Yes it licensed and regulated in the Isle of Man. This means it can be classed as ’whitelisted’ and therefore considered safe to play.
What software is used?
Cozy Games software and is is on the live bingo network.
Are bank details needed at the registration stage?
You will need to enter a debit or credit during registration. No funds are taken from your account at this stage and you can always change the card details at a later stage.
How long has the site been established?
Eat Sleep Bingo was launched in June 2010.