The trend for online bingo back in 2014 was to add new brands to existing networks. We saw this with Cozy Games, who added multiple brands. And also with the Costa Bingo group of sites as well as 888 and Wink. Joining in the trend were United Bingo who operate brands such as Moon, Robin Hood and Polo. They added the sweet looking Sugar Bingo to their line up. Describing itself as a site full of “treats, delicacies and delightful goodies”, the sugary design of the site was curtailed by The UKGC guidelines. However there’s still plenty of things to enjoy at this Dragonfish powered brand.

Sugar Bingo Review

Sugar Bingo Welcome Offer

When Sugar first launched it offered an interesting welcome offer for new players. Rather than a minimum first deposit of £5 or £10, newbies could deposit just £1 in order to try out the site. Sadly this innovative idea was short lived. We suspect that it was either unprofitable or just a special launch offer. The current welcome bonus is based on a typical welcome offer. Fund your account with £10 to receive a 300% bonus split between bingo and slots. Note that wagering terms apply and these are x4 (bingo) and x50 (games). See Sugar for full details.

Before you make your first deposit you might wish to give Sugar a quick trial. All new players have access to a free bingo room for the first 3 days after registration. Once you’ve deposited then there’s more free bingo to enjoy but note you must keep depositing regularly to access rooms such as The Biggie, The Grand, The Ultra and The Supreme. The latter is only accessible to players who deposit £50 or more in a single payment.

In terms of other bingo rooms, well if you strip away the candy then you’re left with another version of Moon. That’s no bad thing as there are some decent games in the 75 and 90 ball rooms as well as the new 52 ball Suits Up. In addition there are regular promotions like £250 Money Penny Jackpots and the Mystery Jackpots. You’ll also find occasional networked big prizes such as The Big £10K and Self Made Millionaire.

Sliding Jackpots

Other promotions worthy of note are £10,000 Bingo X Multiplier, £777 Mighty Nightly and Super Millionaire. All these games sound good on paper but do be aware you’re playing for sliding jackpots so the headline prize is only won if house is called in a selected number of calls. If you’re looking for additional promotions then the best advice is to login. A chat host is usually on hand to try and offer you a deposit bonus. Look at the top right of the lobby too – here you will find a vouchers tab that explains how you can get bingo tickets.

Slots feature a lot on Sugar Bingo and the progressive Millionaire Genie takes centre stage. Other top slots include Cleopatra, Starburst and Jack Hammer 2. Plus as we know you all love it, Fluffy Favourites is in amongst the games too. The slots are catgeorised by new, jackpots and popular. We think this is limited as it’s hard to find games such as Slingo unless you search. On a positive note, most of these slots and the bingo are available to play on mobile and tablet too.

Penny’s Thoughts On Sugar Bingo

Sugar Bingo uses the Dragonfish platform and therefore players will feel at home using the site. Whether there’s enough new or exciting her to keep them sweet remains to be seen. Sugar did social media pages where you can keep up to date with the latest offers, but these have been abandoned. When compared to the offers from Moon and Loony you’ll probably find Sugar’s is less competitive. That said if you do choose to play then you’ll be satisfied with the choice of bingo rooms, jackpots and other games.

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