Moon Bingo is a neat looking site, designed by those big cheeses of the online bingo world, Dragonfish. So you know it’s going to look good and play as smoothly as an old Frank Sinatra classic. But Moon Bingo really does look a bit different from the usual standard layout you might expect. It certainly gives a good sharp “V” sign to those harsh chappies that say all these sites look the same. Mind you, the whole theme’s a bit odd really. I mean, where is the moon? Not only is there no sign of our celestial orb, but the site strapline is “Aligning your stars”. Since when has the moon been a star? But despite these confusing marketing messages, it must be said that the site itself is smooth throughout. It’s easy to find your way around and the joining process is so simple you’ll be playing bingo in a jiffy.
Anyway, you want to know about the bingo. Well, there’s the usual offering of 90 and 75 ball along with the designers’ “exclusive” High 5 version of the game. There are loads of alternative games to choose from too, with over a hundred slot, scratch card and casino style options. It’s all pretty spiffing stuff, with lashings of fun and lots of splendid chat room chums to have a jolly good chin wag with. The prizes and jackpots are jolly good, and with prices from just 1p, ticket prices are tickety boo too. It’s all fully mobile and tablet compatible as well, so you can play on the go, not just at home.
There are loads of choices when it comes to making a deposit. Alongside all the usual credit and debit methods, there are plenty of e-payment methods, including PayPal. You can even give them a ring on the old dog & bone, because there’s a 24 hour Freephone line for you to use. Wagering requirements are reasonable too. You will need to spend 4 x your deposit + bonus in real funds before making a claim. This would mean that if, for example, you pay in £10 and receive a £20 bonus, you would need to wager £120 (4 x £30) before making your first withdrawal. Remember that this only applies to bingo – requirements are much higher if you are playing any of the instant games on the site. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30.
Overall, this review of Moon Bingo is positive. It’s all very well fashioned and is a thoroughly professional job. The design is well up to the standard of its Dragonfish sister sites, but you’ll be hard pushed to spot the relationship. This is good, because that means that Moon is offering a real alternative. In fact, the experience of playing the games on this site could soon have you feeling over the moon.