Loquax Bingo is the official bingo brand of Loquax.co.uk. It launched in 2005 on The Dragonfish Network and when it first launched the site offered a no deposit bonus. However, over the years this has changed to become free bingo and a 100% welcome bonus. The site is bright and colourful although slightly disjointed now it’s array of ducks have been sunk due to UKGC rulings.
New players to Loquax Bingo are able to access a free bingo room for the first 72 hours after registration – no deposit is needed. After that period you’ll need to make a deposit to play in the free rooms and also access other games on the site. New players are offered a 100% bonus on the first deposit on a deposit of £10. In addition, depositors are rewarded with 10 bonus spins and 10 bingo tickets. Wagering terms and conditions apply.
The Big £10K At Loquax Bingo
No app is available for Loquax Bingo, but it is accessible via mobile, desktop and tablet. Inside the lobby, which has recently been updated (2017) you’ll find 75 ball and 90 ball rooms. Popular rooms include Bingo Buddies, Chatterbox, Sunny 90s and High 5. You’ll also find Bingo 52 (a playing card version of bingo), daily jackpots, progressives and the Wow Room where you can win slot spins. Depositors can also enjoy free bingo in the shape of £1K Magical Mondays, Quids In and £250 Sunday Sizzle.
Although reload bonuses are now a thing of the past at Loquax Bingo, a loyalty scheme does run. This now includes a monthly £10,000 bonus game which plays on the 10th of every month. Tickets for this game can be earnt throughout the month and everyone gets a prize when The Big £10K plays. Other popular network promotions include Happy Hour, The Late Show and Mystery Jackpots.
Slots At Loquax Bingo
The one area which has improved since Loquax Bingo came on to the scene is the slots section. There’s now over 300 different games to play including many top titles such as Fluffy Favourites, Fluffy Too, Sugar Train, Millionaire Genie, Piggy Payout, Starburst, Cleopatra, Shaman’s Dream and Motorhead. There’s also Loquax’s very own favourite game too – Double Up Ducks. Sadly there are no roulette, blackjack, video poker or table games.
Loquax Bingo is a typical Dragonfish Network brand. It’s not offering players anything more than other sites and probably never will. The selection of bingo rooms and slots are good and the promotions, whilst not exclusive, OK. The three days of free bingo is the best way to check it out and decide for yourself. On the plus side, there is a Facebook community page and a regular prize draw held by Loquax.co.uk on a regular basis.