Little Miss Bingo is a member of the Fun Bingo Network, a small group of half a dozen or so sites, including Budget and House of Bingo. It’s a Cozy Games designed site, licenced and registered on the Isle of Man. This means that it is regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, so it is regarded as being safe to play for players based in the United Kingdom.
It is a very pink and pastel themed site, the colour scheme clearly designed to attract those who have maintained their “little princess” identity deep into adulthood. 90, 80 and 75 ball bingo is provided, and it all works very well, with busy, lively chat rooms and plenty of decent prizes and jackpots to play for. There is a good range of slot, scratch card and casino style games here too, for those that are looking for more than just the bingo. Everything is also mobile compatible, so you can play on the go with your tablet, Android or Apple phone. The Loyalty Scheme on offer is a standard four tiered affair. One point is earned for every pound spent on bingo. You need to spend over £5000 pounds in total to reach the top SVIP level. Rewards include increasingly generous cash-back deposit bonuses as you rise through the levels. You can trade your Loyalty Points for cash, but only at the rate of 1p per point (a return of 1%). You can also earn Bonus Bucks (BBs) and free tickets / spins in various games and promotions.
Making a payment is no problem on this site. After registering your details, you can make a deposit by the usual credit and debit methods, such as Visa, MasterCard, Delta and Maestro. Several e-payment options are provided too. The minimum deposit amount is £10. The wagering requirements here are that you will need to spend four times your deposit + introductory bonus before making a first withdrawal. This means that if you were to deposit £10 and receive a £20 bonus, you would need to spend £120 (4 x £30) of your own funds before making a claim. Conditions for other types of bonuses require you to wager 10 x the its value. These terms apply to playing bingo only. If you are playing other instant games, you will be required to spend 8 x / 15 x your bonus respectively. If this all sounds a bit complicated, you can put your calculators away, because this site provides a handy “dashboard” showing your progress toward fulfilling any remaining wagering requirements. The minimum withdrawal amount is a little higher than usual, at £50. You can expect to wait at least a week for your funds to reach your nominated account.
In conclusion, this Keep Calm review of Little Miss Bingo finds a well fashioned, colourful site designed to appeal to all grown up little princesses everywhere. This title and its fellow members of the United Bingo Network have carved out their own little niche of interesting sites: big enough to be lively with attractive prizes, but small enough to retain that homely, friendly and welcoming atmosphere.