Tasty Bingo

Keith Goulding

Website Address: https://www.tastybingo.com/
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Minimum Deposit (Check terms for bonus trigger): £10.00

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Tasty Bingo Review

Tasty bingo has done really well with the branding and the design of their website. The logo is a strawberry dipped in chocolate that looks delicious. The website design reflects the name really well. But not only does it look visually good, it’s also easy to use. The home page is not cluttered with over the top graphics. Navigation remains simple and straight forward due to the good design of the webpage. Menu tabs run along the top of the page which takes you to the latest promotions, winners and a really good help section. The help section has a really useful set of ‘FAQs’ which includes details on how to make a withdrawal.

During the course of this tasty bingo review we looked at a different number of terms and conditions that were applied to the various promotions and bonuses. During the inspection of these terms we did not spot anything untoward or underhand. The wagering requirement for the new players is 2X the deposit amount. Tasty bingo is licensed and regulated in Gibraltar. This means it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission which makes it a safe online bingo site. Although we have taken every care to check the terms and conditions, we still strongly recommend you read these terms before accepting any bingo bonus.

How to register a new player account

As part of our inspection we joined tasty bingo so we could see how easy the registration process is. If you’re thinking of joining you need to click the ‘join now’ tab in the menu. Once you’ve done this you’ll be redirected to the registration screen. Here you’ll need to enter your name, address, date of birth, telephone number, email address and create a username and password. Overall we found the whole process of creating a new account very easy and it only took around a minute or so. Once you’ve registered your new bingo account you are then taken to the ‘My Account’ section. Here you can make your first deposit. Making a deposit is also pretty straight forward. Hit the ‘cloche’ that has the words banking on it and then a new screen will pop up. Here you can choose your payment method and make a deposit. There is a good selection of payment methods available including PayPal, Neteller and the usual debit and credit cards.

The lobby area

Once you’ve created your account you can head straight to the bingo lobby by hitting the ‘play now’ button at the top of the screen. While writing this tasty bingo review we discovered that there is free bingo available to all players. This is ideal if you want to get used to playing bingo and get used to the tasty bingo website. We’d always strongly recommend playing for free before gambling with your own money. The lobby area itself follows the same food theme and has a waiter serving a flavoursome dish. Finding the different bingo rooms is pretty straight forward. There is a food menu which has a list of the bingo rooms available. This includes free bingo and progressive games. Once you’ve decided which type of bingo game you want to play, the rooms are arranged in tables like you’d find in a restaurant.

The bingo rooms

As part of our analysis we played bingo in a number of different rooms. The free bingo room does not have any chat facilities. You can only talk with other roomies if you’ve made a deposit. There is a good selection of ticket costs which helps bingo players of all budgets. Upon further inspection we noticed that a lot of the bingo rooms shown were only open for small periods of the day. The number of bingo rooms available to play was a little limited and disappointing. But once in a bingo room the layout and design is good and the chat hosts were all friendly and helpful.

Overall summary

Our final recap and overall analysis for this tasty bingo review. On the whole this is a very stylish website. Its looks great and navigation is really easy. There is a good FAQ section with lots of handy help. But is this a question of style over substance? There are a large number of rooms available but only a small amount is open at any one time. Having free bingo is a real plus, as it means you can decide whether to join tasty bingo for yourself.

What is the minimum deposit required?

The minimum deposit is £5 however this may not trigger the bonus so check the terms at the time of looking to join.

How do you make a deposit?

When you first register you’ll be able to make your first deposit. Simply click on the deposit button and a new window will pop up with a list of different payment methods. Chose one from the extensive list and then enter your account details in the necessary fields. Payments will be processed by Cassava and this is the name likely to appear on your bank statement.

What are the tasty bingo wagering requirements?

The wagering requirement is 2X the deposit amount plus the bonus amount received. Therefore if you deposit £10 and get a £20 bingo bonus you’ll need to wager a total of £60.

How long do withdrawals take and what is the minimum you can withdraw?

Withdrawals will be processed within 48 hours of being received and take a total of 4 – 10 working days to reach your account. The minimum withdrawal amount is £10 and prior to withdrawing you will have needed to have deposited a minimum of £20 and made at least one wager.

Is it licensed and regulated?

Yes. It is licensed and regulated in Gibraltar. 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?

Tasty bingo uses Dragonfish software. The lobby area has been designed to be completely unique and different to other sites on the network.

Are bank details needed at the registration stage?

No bank details are required during the registration process.

How long has the bingo site been established?

Tasty bingo was launched in March 2010.