Sundae Bingo launched in June 2018 and becomes Tau Gaming’s 9th addition to Dragonfish’s No Wagering bingo network. Step into their ice cream parlour to try the coolest bingo games and best slots. However, is Sundae a truly tasty treat for bingo players?
Like it’s sister sites, such as Yay, Hunky and Zinger, Sundae offers all new players a welcome bonus of £70 of bingo tickets and 10 free spins. The bingo tickets are split with £30 on Street Party & £40 on Big Bang. The free spins can be used on Fluffy Favourites and winnings capped at £1. All winnings will be credited to your real money balance. No wagering requirements apply.
No Wagering Bingo & Spins
Sundae Bingo players are offered up to 50 free spins on slots every day. The number of spins you receive is dependent on your rewards level – determined by how much you play. These spins also come with no wagering terms – so any wins are paid as cash. This offer now also includes free bingo tickets.
As Sundae Bingo is powered by Dragonfish you will find 75 and 90 ball bingo rooms, free bingo and plenty of jackpots. There are also a wide selection of top slots including 99 Time, Lucky Keno, Starburst, Twin Spin, Sunny Money, 88 Fortunes and Big Money Slingo. Sadly there’s nothing exclusive or unique for Sundae Bingo players.
We Want More From Sundae Bingo
Sundae Bingo is available to players who want to play bingo on mobile and tablet. No apps are required! Just point your mobile browser to the site and you’ll have access to the lobby, slots and bingo rooms.
As we have said on previous reviews, we love the idea of no wagering and the welcome offer here is just as a good as all other brands on the network. Getting £70 of bingo tickets and 10 spins for just a £10 deposit is good value. The daily free spins are great plus it’s nice to see bingo becoming part of the rewards program.
However, Sundae lacks depth in terms of offering something new to players. In ice-cream terms it’s simply a huge tub of vanilla. For it to become memorable it needs fruit, cream, sauce, sprinkles and sparklers. Sundae is a long way off that and whilst vanilla is fine, it’s not delivering what it promises.