Give Back Bingo launched in December 2016 and became the fourth site in the Kitty, Lucky Pants and Bingo Extra stable. To differentiate itself from it’s sister brands Give Back focuses on offering donations to different charities every month. The site offers 1% of profits generated each month to one charity. Beneficiaries include Brooke and Little Princess Trust.
Give Back Bingo Welcome Offer
Charity used to begin at home with Give Back Bingo but their no deposit bonus offer ended in July 2018. Instead, new players are welcomed with a 150% first deposit bonus and 20 spins on exclusive slots. Terms apply to these bonuses – x4 for bingo and surprisingly x4 for wins from the spins. However a maximum of £3 from each 20 free spins batch will be credited to the bonus balance. See GBB for more details.
If you’ve played at Kitty, Lucky Pants or Extra then you’ll be familiar with what’s on offer at Give Back Bingo. However, if you’ve not tried any of these brands then you’ll find 90 ball, 75 ball and 5 Line bingo rooms. These include Chatterbox, Lucky Ducky, Free Bingo, Penny Bingo and a Newbie Room. The more expensive games (50p/£1 a ticket) aren’t busy, but the free and penny rooms are more popular.
Give Back Jackpots
Give Back Bingo share’s it’s promotions with it’s sister sites. This means you’ll find regular offers such as Win-Back Wednesday where your ticket price is refunded if you lose, Treat Yourself Tuesday that offers a £100 voucher prize, and a £500 Jackpot every Saturday. Penny players can play Fiver Fever twice daily for £25 pots whilst there’s £18,000 to be won every week in progressive jackpots.
As is now standard with bingo brands, slots do feature at Give Back. They’re not as “in your face” as other sites but there is a good selection. Latest additions include Fortunium, Anchorman, Reel Life and African Safari. Joining these games are progressive slot jackpots such as Dazzling Dosh, Fluffy Mega Jackpot, Fluffy Too Mega Jackpot and The Pharoah’s Pot. Table games such as blackjack and roulette complete the roster.
Give Back Bingo does lack exclusive rooms and promotions, however there is of course the charity angle. This doesn’t cost players anything nor are there special games to participate in. The charity donation is simply made from the profits. Monthly donations range from £500 to £1000 and the site does try to update players with information. Ironically, in the month we do our review, Give Back hasn’t updated their charity of the month or how much they raised for the previous month.
In truth, charity bingo sites don’t excite us that much. Pink Ribbon, Charity Bingo and Tickety Boo Games (Marie Curie) haven’t exactly set the world on fire. Tickety Boo has closed down and whilst the other brands are active – they seem to have been left to their own devices. Will GBB suffer the same fate? We hope not as we like the Daub Alderney set up, but we’d like to see more exclusives – for example an improved Facebook community – so that GBB isn’t just a Kitty or Lucky Pants clone.