Lollipop Bingo joined the Jumpman powered 15 Network in June 2015. The site is bright and colourful with a sweet treat theme. When it first launched it stood out from many of it’s sister sites by offering monthly promotions, although these have ceased since the site changed hands back in 2016. In 2018 the site upgraded to the new 15 Network platform and failed to inform partners of the change. Therefore our link directs you to a recommended site on the same platform.
New players to Lollipop 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 Lollipop Bingo lobby you'll find a handful of bingo rooms. These include Lucky Stars where you can play for between 1p and 5p a ticket. Lollipop Bingo also offers free bingo although you need to wager to access it! Other rooms include Fair & Square where tickets are a penny and Pay Day Jackpot that offers a total prize pot of £1000. The most recent addition is Bingo Millions 90 - a lottery style bingo game that has a £1.5million+ top prize.
Promotions at Lollipop 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 Lollipop Bingo. This tends to be slots orientated but the total prizes are worth £2000 or more.
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Lollipop Bingo is very mobile and tablet friendly. However no app for Android or Apple devices is required to play Lollipop Bingo on the move. You can login and play as normal with mobile, tablet and desktop. This gives you access to all the bingo rooms and the majority of slots that are available to play.
At first glance, slots don't appear to be an important element of Lollipop. However, they do exist and are accessible via the lobby. The functionality is a little bit clunky but there are plenty of games including Fluffy Favourites, Sugar Train, Temple Of Isis, Starburst and Piggy Payout.
Lollipop started off as an exciting brand but since it’s changed hands it doesn’t offer anything stand out. That’s not to say it’s a bad site, but the bingo rooms need to be a bit more active and the interface could be better.