Safari Bingo

Safari Bingo

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Safari Bingo Review 2023

I was quite surprised when I first signed up for Safari Bingo because what I was expecting to find was just another Dragonfish site that looks and feels the same as every other Dragonfish bingo site.

All too often the white-label nature of these sites means once you log in, they all look identical with the same games and everything in the same place. But here, the site looks vastly different to all the others I’ve encountered so far.

That isn’t to say the games aren’t all the same, because they are, but at least they’ve gone out of their way to try and create a unique design for the site.

All of the standard Dragonfish bingo rooms are available, as well as what appears to be a few rooms networked with other brands owned by the same operator. For example, you can play the ‘Big Bingo Quiz‘ here which previously I covered for the release of Quizingo, which is a sister site to Safari.

What I also like about Safari is how its lobby is structured. Unlike other Dragonfish sites, I find this one to have the most sensible categories for the bingo rooms. ‘Safari Specials; is where you’ll find the most important rooms and the variants such as Fiver Fever and Mystery Jackpots. 90 ball, 75 ball, free bingo and jackpots are also pretty self-explanatory.

Some of the bingo options at Safari

Key Details

🎁 Bonus Offer:  £15 bonus + spin the wheel
💻 Bingo Software: Dragonfish
🏠 Site Launched: 2002
💰 Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard, PayPal
💳 Minimum Deposit: £5
💳 Minimum Withdrawal: £5
☎️ Phone Number: 0800 901 2510
✅ UK License Number: 58267

Spin The Prize Wheel

Safari Bingo is known for having a deposit reward mechanic known as the prize wheel. Sometimes you get a spin of this wheel for making your first (or subsequent) deposits – check the site for details.

If you are looking for the wheel after making a deposit, simply head to the lobby and then look at your inbox messages. This should appear as a little envelope icon with a number over it. Click here and there should be a message about the prize wheel. Click the message and the prize wheel will open up.

When I had my spin from the first deposit, I got 12,000 loyalty points which I was able to redeem for £12 bingo bonus (1,000pts = £1). There are other prize amounts you can win from the wheel, so please check the website and read the appropriate T&Cs as there will be some restrictions such as wagering and max wins that come with this bonus.

How To Make A Deposit

One of the best things about Safari Bingo is that their welcome offer is triggered with just a £5 deposit. Most sites have a £10 minimum, but not here.

To deposit, simply click on the deposit button at the top of the page. This will open up the standard Dragonfish cashier that you may already be used to if you’ve played on any other Dragonfish bingo sites.

A debit card will be your first option, so just click on the box and then hit continue. On the next screen enter your card details, check your address is accurate and then hit ‘add a payment method’.

On the next screen, you can then select your deposit amount. By default, the smallest button will say £10 but you can just enter £5 into the ‘other’ field to deposit less if you wish. Be sure to check the signup offer terms to see if you need to put in a promotion code at this point. If there is one, make sure you add it here otherwise you will not get any bonuses.

Hit the deposit button and the transaction should go through in a few seconds and any bonuses will show up immediately on the screen.

How To Withdraw

Assuming you’ve had a few wins and have successfully navigated any wagering requirements, you can withdraw by opening up the cashier in the same way you did to make a deposit.

Just hit the deposit button and when the cashier opens, look for ‘withdrawal’ in the menu. Here you can then follow the instructions to get your payment.

The minimum withdrawal amount is £5.

Safari Bingo Contact Details

If looking for the contact details, don’t click on ‘Help’ in the main nav. Instead, click on ‘Help’ in the footer, which takes you to a different page with all the contact info on it. It is a bit strange they would have two pages both called Help, but there you go!

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