Joining Lucky Pants and Kitty in the same stable is Bingo Extra. This is a bit of a perplexing brand as it’s not really done very much since it launched. Originally the site had quite a cool 50s/60s newspaper theme going on but that’s been downplayed over time. We do think the new look Wink Bingo may have been a little bit inspired by Extra’s current look! On a more positive note you will find a good selection of bingo games and slots.
If you decide to join then you’ll be welcomed with a choice of deposit bonus offers. You can pick either a 100% bingo bonus up to £50 (x4 wagering) or a 100% games bonus up to £50 (x25 wagering). This offer suggests to us that the “extra” in Bingo Extra is actually the fact you can play a lot of slots as well as bingo. A second and third deposit bonus is also available.
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Inside the Bingo Extra lobby you can find 90 ball rooms, 75 ball rooms and 5 Line rooms. These include the Extra Room, The Diner, Penny Arcade, Candy Store and The Roller Rink. Joining these rooms are a number of pre-buy games such as The £10K Slider, Win Win Wednesday and The Weekly Shop, where players can win £100 of Asda Vouchers for just 5p a ticket.
There are plenty of slots to enjoy at Bingo Extra. These include games from Eyecon, Net Entertainment and Pariplay. Top games include Starburst, Cutie Fruits, Beat The Bobbies, Prissy Princess, King Of Atlantis, Dazzle Me and Monopoly Once Around Deluxe. Explore the slots section in detail and you’ll find 3 reel games and various themed games.
The promotions that run at Bingo Extra are shared with sister sites, Kitty and Lucky Pants. These include the aforementioned £10K Slider and Win Win Wednesday. Each week there’s usually a promo to win a share of spins or bonuses plus all players can earn points via the site’s loyalty scheme. Earn one point for every 50p wagered on bingo – you’ll need 1000 points to get a £1 bonus. The site does have a social media presence on Facebook, but this is limited.
In isolation, Bingo Extra is an attractive site with enough rooms, slots and promos to maintain interest. However, as a sister site to Kitty and Lucky Pants it doesn’t bring anything new – or extra – to the party. It’s still worth a look but we’d definitely like to see a lot more extra from the brand.