Although it has a somewhat misleading title (there are no mints with holes, or strange posh horsey games here), Polo Bingo is our sort of site. It has a really nice traditional theatre themed design. The home page greets you with a vaudeville style high kicking “Tiller Girl” graphic, set to a bluesy guitar soundtrack. The background is a shaded pink / maroon / cerise velvet curtain. So if you fancy an audition here, what are you likely to find?
Well, Polo Bingo is a Dragonfish designed member of the United Bingo Network. With that sort of pedigree and stable mates including Moon and Robin Hood, you can be sure of a really smooth and professional design. 90 and 75 ball bingo is offered, with perky prizes and juicy jackpots. Lots of four and five figure winners are boasted about on this site, and the promotions are nicely themed to go with the theatre atmosphere. The styling may be nostalgic, but it is all still built for contemporary times – mobile and tablet users will find this site completely compatible with their modern day devices. Everything works really well, with plenty of alternative entertainment provided. The wide range of alternative slot, scratch card and casino style games certainly lives up to the “variety” tag you would expect from the traditional theatre theme. The Return to Player Rates (RTP) for these games are all published on site via a link within the Terms & Conditions, so you can find out which are the better games to play. There is also an attractive VIP scheme for players who have deposited a total of more than £500 on the site. Increasingly generous levels of cashback and free tickets are on offer for these regular players. There is also Loyalty Points scheme, sometimes referred to as “Loyalty Coins” on this site.
Making a deposit is really easy here. All the usual standard credit and debit card options are available, together with a wide range of e-payment choices, including PayPal. You can even ring them up on their 24 hour Freephone number if you prefer. The wagering requirements are that you must spend 4 x any bonus you receive + your deposit before you can make a withdrawal. This means that if, for example, you deposit £10 and receive a bonus of £20, you must wager at least £120 (4 x £30) before making a claim. These rules apply to playing bingo only – you will need to put up far more of your own funds if you are playing other games such as slots. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30. You can expect your funds to take up to a week to reach your account.
In conclusion, traditionalists like as here at Keep Calm are clearly going to be impressed when reviewing a nostalgia themed title like Polo Bingo. But our initial positivity is rewarded by a well-designed, professional and smooth running effort, with the design theme carried throughout the site. With those online bingo giants Dragonfish behind this outfit, you would expect nothing less, and Polo Bingo really does stand out. The site is licenced and registered via the UK Gambling Commission administered territory of Gibraltar, so United Kingdom based players can play with confidence.