Jingle Bingo launched at Christmas in 2015 when 888 were going through their phase of a bingo brand for every season. It followed in the footsteps of Spy Bingo and Scary Bingo whilst predating Easter Bingo. Running on the Dragonfish Network the site is incredibly basic with little to attract you in. Short of it’s festive logo there’s actually nothing that relates to the most wonderful time of the year!

Jingle Bingo

New players joining Jingle Bingo are offered a 300% first deposit bonus – split 150% for games and 150% for bingo. This bonus is on deposits of £5 to £30 and wagering terms of x4 the deposit + bonus for bingo and x80 for slots apply. As a Dragonfish site there are free bingo rooms and new players can try before they buy for the first three days after registration.

75 Ball Bingo

Jingle Bingo gives you access to the usual Dragonfish Network rooms that offer 75 ball and 90 ball bingo. Joining these rooms is the new 52 ball Candylicious room where games are cheap and fast. Progressive jackpots are on offer plus regular jackpot games.

Promotions at Jingle Bingo tend to be network orientated. These include The Big £10K, the network's loyalty offering where players earn tickets for every £10 deposited/wagered during the previous month. The Big £10K plays on the 10th of every month at 10pm. Other network games such as Grab A Grand, Zodiac Bingo and Sure Win will end in December 2017 and will be replaced by more popular jackpots.

Bah! Humbug!

Slots are available to play at Jingle Bingo alongside a handful of table games, progressive jackpots and instant wins. You'll find all the slots linked via the lobby. Popular slots include Piggy Payout, Starburst, Fluffy Too and Millionaire Genie. For something festive you could try I Love Christmas, Xmas Cash or one of our favourite games from Net Entertainment, Secrets Of Christmas.

No app is required to play Jingle Bingo. You can login and play as normal with mobile, tablet and desktop. This gives you access to the bingo rooms and slots.

We don’t want to Bah Humbug Jingle but it doesn’t offer much festive cheer. It lacks anything remotely to do with it’s theme and there’s nothing exclusive. In comparison to it’s Christmas rival at Season Bingo, Jingle is Scrooge at the start of A Christmas Carol whilst Season is Scrooge at the end. The Ghosts Of Bingo Need To Do A Little Bit Better need to visit Jingle and give it a good jangle.

Visit Jingle Bingo