Elf Bingo emerged back in December 2013 as another member of the expanding 15 Network. Given it’s rapid arrival at the time we kind of expected that it was a “cash in” on the festive period and a movie of the same name. However an Elf is not just for Christmas and in fact the site bears no real relation to either movie or period – but is it worth a visit?
New players to Elf Bingo are welcomed with a spin the wheel bonus. Deposit a minimum of £10 to spin the Mega Wheel and win up to 500 spins. Other prizes include Amazon vouchers - up to a value of £10. Further spins of the Mega Wheel are available when you reload with £20 or more. Any wins from the spins are paid as a bonus and come with a x40 wagering term. Note that in order to make your first withdrawal, at least £100 must have been wagered in real funds.
Inside the lobby you'll only find 90 ball bingo rooms. These include Lucky Stars and Glitz & Glam. Elf Bingo also offers free bingo! It offers daily free games between 9am and 1pm for depositors. VIP players have their own room. Look out for jackpot games including Fair & Square, Pay Day Jackpot and Legends Jackpot.
Promotions at Elf Bingo include those offered by the network. Worthy of mention is the monthly Tuesday Treasure game that gives players the chance to win a share of £1000. Tickets are free to qualifying depositors. Each month there's a prize promo at Elf Bingo. This tends to be slots orientated but the total prizes are worth £2000 or more.
Elf does run some of their own promotions, which is good news. There's Treat Yours-elf which gives one lucky player the chance to win a £75 pamper hamper every month just by depositing. This is joined by the cleverly name Elf Lottery. This offers a £100 Amazon Vouchers prize every month and again entry is earnt when you make deposits.
No app is required to play Elf Bingo on the move. You can login and play as normal with mobile, tablet and desktop. This gives you access to bingo and selected slots.
Slots are available to play at Elf Bingo. Like other 15 Network brands, Elf boasts a decent selection of slots and instants. The main titles centre around the Eyecon games such as Fluffy Favourites, Fluffy Too, Irish Luck, Sugar Train and many others. We would like to see better options when it comes to slots, maybe a better interface and maybe even some demo play so we can try before we buy.
In terms of bingo and slots the 15 Network brands are identical. Elf stands out from the crowd with it’s exclusive promotions and whilst they’re not that big compared to the likes of Gala and Mecca, they are worth considering when choosing where to play on a specific platform. Is it worth a visit – we’d say it was, but we would like to see more active bingo rooms.