Zinger Bingo review
- Warm welcome: 700% Welcome Bonus up to £70
- Penny bingo tickets: yes
- Free Bingo: yes
- Progressive Jackpots: yes
Zinger Bingo is one of the newest bingo brands to launch under the software providers Dragonfish – and has been hitting some bingo headlines. Our Zinger Bingo review will give you the full scoop on everything they have to offer including their games selection, their payment method and what promotions and bonuses they have to offer.
Zinger Bingo has a fantastic welcome offer waiting for you. On your first deposit of £10 – you will receive a £20 bingo bonus, a £20 slots bonus and you will also get £30 worth of bingo tickets to use. This means that you can have all bases covered no matter what games you like.
As well as a fab welcome bonus – there are lots of staple promotions to take advantage of too:
- Daily Zinger where you can get a 200% bingo bonus or a 50% slots bonus every day
- £10 for every friend you get to join and deposit
- Daily free bingo sessions
- The chance to win free spins by playing bingo
- Regular guaranteed jackpot games
- Progressive jackpot games
- Games Selection
Zinger Bingo has 3 different kinds of bingo games for you to choose from. These include the classics which are 90 ball bingo and 75 ball bingo as well as the Swedish bingo treat which is essentially 5 line bingo.
Slot games are also available at Zinger Bingo of course. You can enjoy titles such as Jack and the Beanstalk, Gonzo’s Quest, Fluffy Favourites, Sugar Train, Happy Mushroom, Temple of Isis, Fireworks Frenzy, White Wizard, Starburst and loads more.
As well as this there are some top scratch cards and table games too. And the good news is you can enjoy Zinger Bingo on mobile so you don’t need to be without your bingo fix.
Customer Support and Community
The chat hosts at Zinger Bingo act as a great support network and also play regular chat games with players where you could win some loyalty points. On top of this there is an FAQ section that you can visit for some general answers to questions as well as the facility to drop them an email and give them a call. They don’t have any social media channels created yet – hopefully this is something that they will look into as the brand progresses.
You can deposit on Zinger Bingo with PayPal as well as other alternative payment methods such as Paysafecard, entropay and Neteller. Of course you can also use Visa, MasterCard and Maestro. The length of time that it takes to process the withdrawals should you win will depend on the method that you use. Unfortunately you may also need to send some photographic ID to identify yourself before they release funds.
Zinger Bingo is a good bingo brand in the sense that they are already offering the odd non-networked promotion, however they do need to do more work in terms of engaging their players across Facebook and Twitter.