With bingo operators acutely aware of imminent changes to taxes on bonuses it’s perhaps not a surprise to see brands moving away from the bonus play model. The latest to jump aboard that particular bandwagon is Queen Bee Bingo. This is a sister site to Blighty, Hunky and Zinger – and it’s also the latest addition to the Dragonfish Real Money Network.
Queen Bee follows hotly on the footsteps of another new site in this group – Real Deal Bingo – which is a real pain for us as basically it means writing almost the same review. The main difference between the two sites, however, is that Queen Bee is a lot more asthetically pleasing and most certainly has a lot more character. Of the two sites we’d be buzzing off to Queen Bee well ahead of Real Deal – although once you scratch away at the warpaint then the sites are identical!
New players to Queen Bee are offered £70 of bingo tickets plus 10 slot spins when registering and depositing £10. Note you don’t get bonuses at this site but you do get rewards for depositing. These bingo tickets and spins come with no wagering terms and all wins are paid out as real cash. Note that terms will apply – for example the minimum amount you can withdraw is slightly higher than the traditional Dragonfish Network sites.
Bingo wise there’s a handful of 75 ball and 90 ball rooms plus there’s a whole bunch of free bingo games. On top of that you’ll also find a couple of guaranteed win jackpots that play twice a month and there’s a special slots themed game where you can win spins. The daily Street Party – where you can play some of your free tickets – offers a £250 jackpot.
To attract you back to Queen Bee regularly they offer free spins to players. Just login each day and spin. Remember wins from spins are paid out as real cash – although the wins will be capped and this offer is only for depositors.
Queen Bee wants to be The Queen of all bingo sites and have swarms of players buzzing around. To do this we think it needs a bit more interest other than the no wagering angle. So far all the sites on the new Real Money Network have rinsed and repeated the same thing – we’d like to see something exclusive!