Tip Top Bingo is part of the United Bingo stable that includes Moon, Robin Hood and Polo. Visitors to Tip Top will find a fairly non-descript site – it’s mainly white except for a lady dressed in a yellow jumper making fake glasses with hands. These actually refer to the ‘A-OK’ hand gesture which forms the symbol of Tip Top. We think the theme is a little tenuous, but then we’re of an age where Tip Top was an evaporated milk brand!
Putting that visit down memory lane aside, new players to Tip Top Bingo are offered a 200% bonus plus 50 spins. Deposit £10 to get £20 extra to play and the spins. Wagering terms apply and these are x3 the deposit amount + bonus. Once you’ve made your first deposit you will be offered a second reload bonus so keep an eye on your inboxes for that.
Choice Of Bingo Games
As a Dragonfish powered brand, Tip Top offers the usual 75 ball, 5 Line and 90 ball games. They’ve recently added Racing Sweets which is a 52 ball game. You might know it as Sugar Works or Candylicious depending if you visit other Dragonfish powered sites. Free bingo lovers can try the site for three days with no deposit needed but for more free games you’ll need to fund your account.
If you like jackpots then check out the daily £1000 sliding jackpot, £1000 guaranteed jackpot every Friday and the £10K game that plays every Saturday. There’s also a Super Millionaire game where you could win up to £1million for the price of £1 a ticket. The odds of winning big are most certainly not in your favour for that one.
Tip Top do claim that 95% of their games have 1TG & 2TG winners plus that you can earn rewards such as hotel & spa vouchers to thousands of weekly coins. These claims sound great but we can’t find anything on the site to explain these offers.
Tip Top Slots
Slots are available to play at Tip Top Bingo and there’s the usual Dragonfish selection. These include Raging Bull, Rainbow Riches, 99 Time, Warlords, Fairytale Legends, Shaman’s Dream, Temple of Isis, Action Bank, Twin Spin, Starburst, Elvis The King and Cleopatra. The slots come from a number of different operators including Eyecon, Pariplay and Net Entertainment.
Tip Top Bingo is another brand which sits on an established platform but offers little beyond it. The choice of games and bingo is good, but there’s nothing unique for players to hang their daubers on. The brand’s social media pages are sadly quiet too which gives us the impression that everything isn’t as tip top as it should be at Tip Top.
Feel free to take a look, but out advice would be to err towards Moon or Robin Hood. You’ll get the same bingo/slots experience but there’s more on offer for players.