Joining the stable of Costa, Rio, Fancy, Sing and City are Wish Bingo. The site originally launched with a ‘genie’ style theme. However with UKGC intervention the site has had a makeover. The theme is now dreams and wishes and there’s no sign of the previous cartoon look.

Wish Bingo Review

Wish Bingo No Wagering Bonus

To attract you to play at Wish Bingo there are free bingo rooms coupled with 120 free bingo tickets on first deposit. These tickets are only available to use in 4 specific rooms (30 tickets per room). Note that any wins from these tickets are paid out as cash. No wagering applies, but withdrawal terms do.

Whilst Wish uses familiar software it’s not part of the bigger Dragonfish Network. Instead it shares the same games, rooms and promotions that Costa and Sing do. In that respect it’s a bit of a disappointment as Mandalay Media who own the brand have always been good in terms of unique new sites and innovation.

Because it’s essentially a clone of other sites we can’t get too excited about the various promotions and jackpots that Wish has to offer. Sorcerer’s Stash for example is simply the free 5 x £1000 games that plays every Friday at both Costa and Rio. It’s a great game, don’t get us wrong on that score, and it rewards depositors each week – but it’s not new.

Wish For Free Bingo

Players at Wish Bingo have the choice of playing 75 and 90 ball bingo. In addition there’s 5 Line 75 Ball games too. You’ll find progressive jackpots on offer alongside guaranteed daily jackpot games. The guaranteed prize games vary from cash to spins to wish points.

Free bingo used to be the cornerstone of Costa related sites. However the free games have been reduced! That said, new players can access The Bing Academy for two days with no deposit needed. Depositors are also rewarded with some other free bingo games. Away from the bingo rooms there’s the usual Dragonfish slots to choose from including the likes of Fluffy Too, Piggy Payout and Sugar Train.

Is it worth taking a look at Wish if it’s a clone of Costa? Well yes as there’s a no deposit offer on the menu. Players sometimes get bored of the same old and a change of scenery sometimes changes their luck. The free bingo makes it worth dropping in for. Wish also hosts regular prize games – for example at time of writing there’s a slots tournament. The only question mark on these is whether they’re exclusive to Wish or being shared on other brands – quite often it’s not as clear as it should be.

Wish Bingo is a good looking site and offers plenty. However it’s a little lost in the shadows of Costa, City and Sing. We’d have liked to have seen it become a more prominant brand by now.

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