Rosy Bingo arrived on the scene towards the end of 2017. However this isn’t an entirely new site as Rosy used to Rehab Bingo. After interventions by The UKGC it was felt that Rehab wasn’t a good name for a bingo brand and therefore the owners, Broadway Gaming, opted to change the name. Today, like it’s sister sites, such as Butlers and Glossy, Rosy is a Pragmatic Play powered bingo site having switched to the platform in October 2020.

Rosy Bingo Review

Rosy Bingo Welcome Offer

New players to Rosy Bingo are usually welcomed with a 100% bonus up to £100 (terms apply) but if you follow Penny’s link and spin the bonus slot machine you’ll be offered a 300% bonus plus 100 free spins on Lucky Links. So if you sign up and deposit a tenner – then you get a lot of spins to enjoy plus a bingo bonus. Any wins from the spins will be paid as a bonus. As ever do make sure you check the terms and conditions regarding wagering and withdrawals. In this case wagering terms of x3 for bingo and x50 for games apply.

Rosy Bingo Rooms

Rosy Bingo uses the Pragmatic Play platform and therefore you’ll find a mix of 75 ball and 90 ball bingo alongside slots, instants and casino games. The rooms available include The Broadway Room, Friendship, Sapphire, The Jackpot Room, Boombox, Bingo Blast, Spinner Room, Rainbow Room and 30 Ball Speed Bingo. Ticket prices cost from 1p up to around 25p. Some of these rooms are networked across other Pragmatic Play sites such as PlayOJO Bingo and Mirror Bingo.

Rosy Bingo Slots

Top slots at Rosy include Fortunium, Amazing Aztecs, Diamond Empire, Dream Date, Playboy Gold, Deco Diamonds, Lucky Links and The Phantom Of The Opera. The casino options include roulette and blackjack, but at present there are no live games. If you’re a fan of Fluffy Favourites, Starburst, Rainbow Riches, Slingo or Megaways then you’ll not find these games here. In many ways that’s actually a good thing because it does differentiate Rosy and co from every other bingo and slots brand. However we do understand that Rosy – and Butlers – will soon have these slots as they look to improve their all round offering to players.

Rosy Bingo Promotions

Player promotions used to be good on this network. In the past we’ve seen Rosy & Butlers Bingo run promotions to giveaway cars, kitchen makeovers and other high value prizes. Since the platform change this hasn’t happened. However Jackpot2Go games and the rewards program are still running. The latter is split over five levels and you need to earn over 60,000 points to reach the top level. The higher up the levels you go then the more rewards that are available. For example at level 1, depositors can enjoy a Daily Deal game for 7 days after funding their account. These games offer free spins and bonuses. Reward points are earnt by depositing, by wagering on bingo or by wagering on casino/slots.

Penny’s Verdict On Rosy Bingo

Rosy Bingo offers a good platform to enjoy bingo and slots. The welcome offer is OK although frustratingly it’s for slots only and there’s nothing to encourage bingo play. The wagering terms are also a little higher than say Virtue Fusion but on par with others such as Jumpman. Promotions on this network of sites have been some of the best over the last two years but the platform change may scupper that. It’s great that Rosy can be played on mobile, desktop and tablet. However we would like to see an app made available. Overall, there’s plenty of good points at Rosy and they’re enough to take a closer look.

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