Gravy Train Bingo will close in July 2020. Our review remains for reference only.
Are you ready to get aboard The Gravy Train. It’s a strange name for a bingo brand but then in a world of Foxy, Cheeky, Clucky, New Look, Brand New and Sexy Shoes (yes that’s real) it probably fits in fine. This is yet another Live Bingo Network site that’s powered by Cozy Games which means if you’ve seen our other reviews you may well know what’s coming up next.
Free Bingo For Newbies
New players to Gravy Train Bingo are offered access to a newbie room where they can enjoy free bingo for the first seven days. The room offers up to £3000 in games over the week. If you go on to deposit then up to £20 in wins from the free room will be awarded as a bonus (terms apply). Depositors are offered bonuses on the first three deposits - these are 300%, 150% and 100%. Wagering terms of x4 for bingo and x20 for slots apply.
Gravy Train Bingo offers a good selection of bingo rooms including 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball games. The rooms include Big Ben, Victoria, City Hall, Down Town, Penny Bingo and City Hall. Ticket prices start at just a penny and there are reasonable prize pots to be won. Each room, apart from the Golden Room and Newbie Room, offers a progressive jackpot.
Promotions at Gravy Train Bingo are limited to those offered by the network. Depositors are able to spin the Fortune Wheel to win spins, bonuses or free bingo tickets. In addition there are regular jackpots, BOGOFs and 1p bingo games. Do look out for the Golden Ticket game - earn one free ticket for this game with every £10 deposited at Gravy Train Bingo. The game plays every Friday at 9pm and has a £250 pot.
No app is required to play Gravy Train Bingo. You can login and play as normal with mobile, tablet and desktop. This gives you access to the bingo rooms and slots.
I Had A Shaman’s Dream
There’s not much to fault with Gravy Train Bingo because it is what it is – another Cozy Games LBN site. We’d obviously like a little more uniqueness to write about. However there’s not much to go on. Mind you there’s no gravy or trains anywhere on the site either.