Sweets seem to be a recurring theme when it comes to setting up a bingo brand. Joining the recently launched Lollipop Bingo is another new site – Candy Shop Bingo. This is a Dragonfish powered site, from the same camp as Bubble Bonus Bingo, so gives players the usual set up of free bingo, 75 and 90 ball bingo games alongside the usual slots. However, there is something extra to sweeten the deal for players considering Candy Shop over other Dragonfish Network brands!
Candy Shop aims to be different to all the other Dragonfish brands with a series of offers and exclusives. These include a 300% welcome bonus plus an extra £10 of slots play (wagering terms will apply). Newbies also get access to no lose bingo games in Newbies Party plus like it’s sister sites of Lucky Charm and Bubble Bonus there’s an extra bonus game to enjoy.
Betty’s Candy Collector
Betty’s Candy Collector is unique to the site and you get two free plays on the gumball machine when you register. You get additional turns for every £10 deposited. Match the candies and you could win a prize ranging from a £10 bonus through to a £200 bonus prize. What we especially like is that you can play Betty’s Candy Collector on both desktop and mobile!
For penny bingo fans there’s the added bonus of a Pennies Make Pounds bingo room! It’s open from 12 to 3pm each day and is exclusive to funded Candy Shop Bingo players. The prize pots can go up to as much as £30 plus there’s a B1G2F offer between 1pm and 2pm. That should make lunch time play a lot more fun.
The Big £10K
You should also keep an eye on Candy Shop’s promotions page and Facebook for the latest updates plus the chance to win even more bonuses with regular competitions. It’s worth highlighting that this is all in addition to the usual Dragonfish Network offering of 90 ball and 75 ball rooms, daily jackpots, free bingo etc. For example there’s the Late Night Show where you can win £100 cash daily at 12.45am, Bounce’T which is the room for bouncing jackpots and The Big £10K that plays on the 10th of every month where everyone’s a winner.
Candy Shop may not be the biggest name on the circuit, but it does have some heavyweight promos on it’s shelves. We do wonder whether the ‘sweet’ theme is appropriate in the current anti-Fluffy Favourites world and if that will ever impact the future of the brand. Hopefully not because whilst many Dragonfish powered sites offer up the basics, there’s plenty here which puts Candy Shop up as a place to check out.