Despite a move to the Dragonfish platform Bright Bingo has closed. Our review references the original site and remains for reference only.
Bright Bingo is the sister site to BingoCams. It launched in April 2014 and set out to offer all the best in bingo but without players having to worry about the webcam element. Despite a very colourful launch, the site has been relatively quiet with limited promotions and social media activity since mid 2017. However, there’s still a few things at the end of the Bright Bingo rainbow that make it worth a look.
Bright Bingo currently offers all new players a £2 no deposit bonus (x10 wagering term). We’re surprised that this bonus still remains part of the welcome package as BingoCams dropped their £5 no deposit bonus towards the end of 2017. Go on and make a deposit between £10 and £20 and you’ll receive a 300% bonus (x4 wagering) plus 10 spins on Starburst. There are no caps on any winnings received from these spins and wins do not have a wagering requirement.
Deposit at Bright Bingo and you’ll have access to the Bubble Freebie, an exclusive room that’s open for Yellow level & above players. The room opens at 6pm for one game on Wednesday and Sunday. There’s a pot of £25 on offer in each game. The amount of free bingo has reduced at the site since it’s launch. There’s also a Weekly £75 Freebie game that plays each Sunday at 6pm. Away from the free games you’ll find 75 ball and 90 ball rooms. There are 3 standard 90 ball rooms, a 75 ball pattern room and a 5 Line Room.
All actions at Bright Bingo increase your place on the loyalty scale. You earn 1XP for every £1 wagered – there are 90 levels and 10 coloured statuses to work your way through, starting at green. You’ll need to wager £10 to make it up to yellow level and access the free bingo. Although an extensive loyalty program, it’s also bordering on the bit too much for our liking. Thankfully you can login and check your progress so you don’t have to worry too much about it.
Promotions have become limited a Bright Bingo in the past 6/12 months. BingoCams definitely gets the lion’s share of interest. Bright does have guaranteed jackpots including Gold Mine 200, Fast Five 100 and Gold Mine 75. As mentioned at the start, the site’s social media channel has dried up but if you look at the ‘News’ section of the homepage you can usually pick up a reload bonus.
Bright Bingo set out to reward real players – and whilst it still does that admirably with it’s colourful loyalty set up – it’s also lost it’s way and not really emerged from the shadows of it’s sister site at BingoCams. We do like the no deposit bonus though and that the site does try and offer something different. A few exclusive promos and a revitalised social media presence could help brighten up proceedings.