OK Bingo are the latest brand to rise from the closed site basket and relaunch on the Jumpman Network. It follows sister brands Star Wins (Daily Star Bingo), Express Wins (Daily Express Bingo) and Mirror Bingo into the Reach Gaming Group. OK Bingo is the bingo arm of the popular celebrity gossip magazine OK. But what’s the gossip around this new site. Well there’s not too much to tell. It offers hundreds of exciting slots to play and there’s bingo games powered by Bingo Millions and Pragmatic Play. But is this enough for penny bingo fans to give it a try?
OK Bingo Welcome Offer
New players to OK Bingo are welcomed with a spin the wheel bonus. Register, login and deposit a minimum of £10 to spin the Mega Wheel and win up to 500 spins on selected slots. Typically these will be Starburst and Fluffy Favourites. Other prizes include Amazon vouchers - up to a value of £10. Note that a win is not guaranteed. 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 x65 wagering term. There is no minimum withdrawal but you will be charged a £2.50 free.
Inside the OK Bingo lobby you'll find bingo rooms powered by Pragmatic Play and Bingo Millions. These replace the old Jumpman rooms such as Lucky Stars and Payday Jackpot. The new rooms mean you can play 75, 80 and 90 ball bingo at OK Bingo. Ticket prices vary but expect to pay 5p to 10p on most games. The rooms are still not that active and some games don't play due to lack of players. Look out for Bingo Blast, a speedy 90 ball game, and regular jackpots. The Bingo Millions games are a lotto meets bingo game and have a progressive jackpot of over £1.5million.
OK Bingo Promotions
Slots tend to dominate the Jumpman sites and OK Bingo is no different. There are over 300 different titles to play alongside a number of progressive jackpots and live casino games. Popular slots at OK Bingo include Rainbow Riches Free Spins, Mustang Gold, Fluffy Favourites, Fishin Frenzy, Bronco Spirit, Arena Of Gold and Starburst. There are also other titles from the Microgaming, IGT, Red Tiger and Net Entertainment plus a variety of Megaways titles.
Promotions at OK Bingo include 31 Days of Cashback for new players, a VIP scheme and a Happy Hour every Wednesday. Play between 3pm and 7pm for the chance to win more spins. Other promos are quite limited but in Winner Winner Chicken Dinner (yes really), the player with the biggest single spin win every month gets a £50 Just Eat Voucher. If you like VIP programmes then you can win virtual trophies by playing regularly at the site. These trophies offer rewards including extra spins of the Mega Reel.
Penny’s Thoughts On OK Bingo
Like The Daily Star and The Daily Express, OK Bingo has had a bit of a chequered life span. And we can safely say that it’s never picked up a lot of sticks in terms of making a dent in the arena. We can also safely say that this incarnation of OK Bingo isn’t going to set the world on fire either. Yes the slots on offer are good but the bingo is still not quite hitting the mark. Only the 90 ball Jackpot Room is active. There’s no exclusives here either and for a brand that thrives on exclusives that’s very disappointing.
On a positive note it’s nice to visit a Jumpman brand and see the bingo rooms featured on the homepage. However the signposting to the other bingo rooms is poor. You need to click on ‘All Games’ and then choose the ‘world’ looking icon. We suspect it’s meant to be bingo balls in a cage but it looks rubbish. Why this isn’t just ‘Bingo’ is beyond us. Another point to note is that you will be charged £2.50 for any withdrawals. Overall OK Bingo is OK, but to coin a phrase it’s more than OK not to be at OK.