Gossip Bingo is another bingo site from the Moon Bingo camp – United Bingo. It joins the likes of Polo, Robin Hood and Silk and is powered by the Dragonfish/Cassava platform. When it first launched it jumped on the celebrity/gossip/bingo bandwagon – pretty much like OK Bingo, Hello Bingo and Glossy Bingo tried to do. Sadly that angle never really worked out! Gossip though does still offer a good selection of bingo and promos to visitors.
New players to Gossip are invited to deposit £10 and get £50 of bingo tickets plus 10 spins on Starburst. The bingo tickets are paid out as £30 of tickets for the £2500 Real Cash game and £20 of tickets to play the £50 Daily Treat. Winnings from the latter are paid as a bonus and will have a wagering term of x6. Winnings from the Free Spins are credited in the form of a games bonus. This means they’ll attract a much higher wagering term compared to the bingo bonus. You don’t have to accept the spins bonus!
Free Bingo Is A Biggie
As with all Dragonfish powered sites you’re able to enjoy 90 ball and 75 ball games, plus a good mix of slots and casino games. Free bingo is popular at Moon Bingo and so it’s not a surprise to see Gossip offer a similar sort of menu to bingo players. The free rooms include The Biggie, The Grand, The Ultra, and The Supreme. Each room can be unlocked for two days by depositing and offer many exciting jackpots every day. New players can also access The Biggie for three days without making a deposit.
Join them in the Linked and Loaded live bingo room for huge jackpots, play the daily Power Penny game to win up to £250 for 1p, plus look out for The Big 10 and Bingo Multiplier jackpots. It’s worth nothing that Gossip, Moon, Robin Hood etc do love their sliding jackpots so whilst you could win £250 on the Power Penny game, for example, the guaranteed prize is always a bit lower. They’re still good jackpot games but it’s worth being aware!
We’re Not One For Gossip
Back in the day, Gossip Bingo tried to add an extra dimension to it’s site by offering celebrity gossip. It was pretty rubbish as it just seems to be a feed of news items from other sources. It’s not a surprise that it’s no longer on offer. What is a surprise is that they’re no longer active on social media. The Gossip Facebook page hasn’t been updated since September 2017 – we’d have thought that’d have been an ideal channel to share gossip and build a community!
Overall this isn’t a bad site to visit but then by the same token there are better options. We’d probably choose either Moon or Robin Hood over Gossip, if we were to pick from the same stable.