Think Bingo Review
Think Bingo Overview
Think Bingo claims to have been the UK`s first standalone bingo site. Launched in 2004, they are now part of the Cashcade group of site who also own Think Bingo Cosy, Foxy Bingo and Bingo Scotland. Think Bingo were the winners of Which Bingo`s "site of the year award" 2007, so obviously they have quite a history. The site theme is targeted towards the ladies with a very pink oriented design.
Signing up is very simple to do all you have to do is fill in one simple form and you`re done. You don`t even have to put in your debit/credit card details straight away. Whatever you first deposit Think Bingo will give you a free bonus of the same amount on up to £100.
If you do not log onto your Bingo account for a period of 180 days, any balance in your account will be forfeited to the Company. That seems pretty tough to us - after all, why should they just take your money if you don`t log on for a while.
If you refer a friend you can get up to 5000 loyalty points, if your friend deposits at least £5.
Think Bingo`s homepage has been really nicely laid out and has a lovely pink and yellow colour theme to it.
It has been kept fairly simple and isn`t at all cluttered. It is very easy to navigate with the main menu listed across the top of the home page.
Once you are logged in you are taken to your own personal page with your profile, banking details, loyalty points and game links.
Playing Think Bingo Games
With £20,000 needed to be won every week, the jackpots are quite high. The tickets cost between 10p and £1 so it can get quite expensive.
When I was playing on Think Bingo there was no sign of any chat moderaters and myself and other players chatted amongst ourselves. I had a couple of games in both the 75 ball bingo and the 90 ball bingo - both were very easy to use and had no problems buying the tickets.
The Chat box did have some great smileys and abbreviation buttons which was great as it saves you time typing them out yourself. There is a forum you can join which allows you to become a VIP. If you become a VIP you get a selection of special rooms just for VIPs.
Apart from not much chatting going on, I really enjoyed playing on ThinkBingo. The site has no faults with the software or design and is very easy to use. They have lots to offer with loyalty points and plenty of jackpots to be won. Definitely one to consider depositing on and playing a
The bingo caller seemed to be quite over the top and a bit annoying, but you can mute the sound within the software so it`s not really a problem.
When you get down to "3TG" on your bingo ticket (or lower) a big icon will appear near the bottom right of your ticket which is a nice touch.
- Site Design 20/20
- Bonuses 16/20
- Games 14/20
- Jackpots 16/20
- Community 10/20
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