When we first heard that Cracker Bingo launched we expected to be greeted by either Frank Carson, Robbie Coltrane or Jacob. Instead, Cracker Bingo falls into the trap of a new bingo site thinking being Christmas and festive themed is a good idea. Running on the Real Money Network at least there’s no wagering terms for would be players. That aside is there anything else that makes Cracker a cracking bingo site and a place to have a merry time?
Cracker Bingo Welcome Bonus
Like every Tau Gaming bingo brand on this network, Cracker Bingo offers all new players a welcome present of 64 free bingo tickets and 10 free spins. Use the code CRACKER with your first deposit of £10. The bingo tickets are split with 60 on Street Party & 4 on Big Bang. The free spins can be used on Fluffy Favourites and winnings capped at £1. All winnings will be credited to your real money balance. No wagering requirements apply.
Cracker Bingo Rooms
Cracker Bingo is a no wagering site on the Dragonfish powered Real Money Network. You can play 75 ball and 90 ball bingo games without worrying about wagering terms or bonus offers. Popular rooms include Number 10, Blighty 90, Wonky, Street Party and Fun In 90. A new Even Stevens room has recently opened and this offers an equal chance of winnng to all players. 52 Ball rooms like Hit 52 and Bingo Roulette are also available. Progressive bingo jackpots can be won in some rooms.
Free bingo is available to play at Cracker Bingo. New players used to able to access the Free4U room and pick up cards without making a deposit for the first couple of days after registration but this now seems to have ended. These days the room is only accessible to funded players and offers a £4 prize game plays daily at 4pm. Despite this small prize the game still attracts a large number of players. The only other free games that are available are the £250 Saucy Sunday and £1K Monday. Both these games play across the whole of the Dragonfish Network!
Slots from top providers such as Eyecon Games, Slingo and Net Entertainment are available to play at Cracker Bingo alongside a handful of progressive jackpots and instant wins. You'll find all the slots linked via the lobby and these are under sections such as Favourites, Hot Games, New, Daily Jackpots and Scratch Cards. Note that you generally won't find table games, roulette, blackjack and live casino at Real Money sites.
Cracker Bingo Promotions
Cracker also offers daily presents to it’s players in the form of bingo tickets and spins. All players are offered up to 50 free spins on slots and bingo tickets every day. The number of spins you receive is determined by your rewards level. The higher up the levels you are then the more rewards you receive. The spins and tickets also come with no wagering terms – so any wins are paid as cash. Cracker Bingo is available to players who want to play bingo on mobile and tablet. You don’t require an app to play on mobile! Just point your mobile browser to the site and you’ll have access to the lobby, slots and bingo rooms.
No app is required to play Cracker Bingo. You can login and play as normal with mobile, tablet and desktop. This gives you access to the bingo rooms and slots. Deposits can be made safely and securely via a number of payment options including Paypal and debit cards. Like all UK bingo brands, responsible gambling is very important and therefore Cracker Bingo has a number of tools you can use. These include setting deposit limits, taking time outs or cooling off periods, or choosing to self exclude from all brands powered by Dragonfish.
Penny’s Thoughts On Cracker Bingo
The problem with Cracker is that it feels like someone has said “that’ll make a good festive bingo brand” and it’s then half cobbled it together. There’s nothing cracker related on the site and a token person in a Santa hat doesn’t scream Christmas. It’s almost as though they’re hedging their bets between been festive and non-festive. Cracker is the 12th (maybe more) brand on the no wagering network and not one brand seems intent on doing anything original. Cracker – like many sites that have gone before it – could have been so much more exciting. The no wagering aspect of the site is appealing but that’s about it.