Wayne's Sundae Bingo Review

Sundae Bingo is one of the more delicious looking Dragonfish bingo sites you can sign up to these days. The brand was created by Tau Gaming, who are famous for developing some really nice looking bingo brands on this platform.

It's sister sites include the likes of Bingo Barmy and Bingo Idol, so if you've ever played at one of these you can expect a very similar experience here.

In fact, it's so similar to Bingo Idol I could probably just copy and paste my entire Bingo Idol review into here and replace the name and everything would remain almost 100% accurate, with the exception of perhaps the signup offer.

Bingo Games at Sundae Bingo

When you login you usually open up direct into the bingo lobby. All the different bingo games are laid out in different categories, but if you select 'All' then every site is then shown in order of which is playing next.

The rooms are mainly 90 ball and 75 ball games, but there are some other variations such as Bingo Roulette and Hit52 that are definitely worth checking out. Click on those links for a review of those games if you are unfamilar with either of them.

Sundae Bingo Lobby
Sundae Bingo has a variety of bingo rooms to choose from

Ticket Prices

There are a variety of rooms and ticket prices, ranging from 1p. 5p and 10p are the most common, with a max ticket purchase of 96 tickets per game. This means on 5p games to max out would cost you £4.80, whereas in the 10p games that would cost £9.60.

I tend not to spend so much per game as either of these, so if like me you may be at a disadvantage. However, there is a room called Even Stevens bingo which is set at 24 tickets for all players, so it's totally fair and square. The only problem is this room isn't open all of the time and there is no proper schedule I can look at to find out how often it opens.

This is a problem with all Dragonfish rooms as the lobby only ever tells you the time to next game. It just means you don't know for sure if after that next game begins, how long is it for the game that comes after that one. Sort it out Dragonfish!

"Sundae Bingo is a delicious looking site, but once you've had a taste you might find it's a bit bland. Nothing particularly unique about it that sets it out from others, but OK nonetheless."

Claiming the deposit offer

As this site is on the Real Bingo Network, it means all offers come with no wagering attached. So anything you win from the offers is paid out into your cash balance, and can be withdrawn.

The only downside to this is some players have tried to abuse this generosity, leading to Dragonfish adding some extra restrictions such as not getting any free spins unless you've first spent £5. This was a reaction to some players who would deposit £10, claim the free spins, and then instantly withdraw that £10 back again.

After you've made your first deposit there will be some alerts on screen to point you in the direction of the 'vouchers' that you then use to take your free bingo tickets or spins (depending on the offer available at the time). The voucher screen slides out from the side of the lobby and there you can click to claim and it will open up in the room or slot game it is for.

Just remember, each will usually have an expiry date, so use them before you lose them!

Free Bingo at Sundae Bingo

Free bingo is a bit limited at Sundae Bingo. There is a room called Free4U which plays for small jackpots such as £4, but it's hard to tell how often this plays as the first game doesn't start until 4pm. It's also only available to depositing players, but again I don't know if that's unlimited play once you've deposited or maybe it is available just for a few days after depositing. Details are sparse on their website about this.

There are a couple of other free rooms called £250 Saucy Sunday and £1k Mondays, which by their names you can guess how much prize money they play for and what days.

You can find all these free rooms by selecting 'Free' from the bingo lobby sub-navigation.

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Deposits & withdrawals at Sundae Bingo

Depositing and withdrawing from Sundae Bingo is as simple as any other Dragonfish site, as they all use the same cashier features. There is a prominent deposit button at the top on desktop, and bottom if you're using a mobile.

This will always open on the deposit window, but from there you can switch to withdrawals. It's pretty easy to do, just follow the on screen instructions. If you need any help you will find a phone number to ring that says it is open 24/7.

Payment methods at Sundae Bingo include:

  • Debit Card
  • Paypal
  • Pay by Phone

Minimum deposit and withdrawal is just £5.

Don't forget, if you are depositing to make sure you use the promo code for any promotion you are hoping to claim. If you forget to use the promo code you won't get any of the advertised bonuses.

Wayne's Verdict

Sundae Bingo is a lovely looking site, but beyond the beautifully crafted pastel colours of ice creams and the like, it's just the same old Dragonfish games behind it.

However, the site is no wagering and the owners have a great track record of running some great bingo brands, so it is one I am happy to recommend trying out.

You can find more sites similar to Sundae Bingo over on our bingo sites on Dragonfish page.

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