Fever Bingo takes you back to the Seventies with some garish colours, a cool dude ready to head to the disco and a chance to get into some cool and engaging games, too. But is it all style and no substance?
A superb Seventies welcome!
There is a great welcome waiting for new players at Fever Bingo. This is the deal they can offer:
- Deposit just £10
- Spin the wheel
- Win up to 500 free spins!
The free spins you could win range from 5 to 500, and are offered on one of four games, as shown when the wheel stops:
- Fluffy Faves
- Shaman’s Dream
- Temple of Isis
- Bingo tickets
Incidentally, it is worth mentioning they give you a spin on this wheel with every subsequent deposit you make, too. That means you always have a chance to win more free spins – and perhaps more than you did originally, too!
Top tip: check their T&Cs before joining
What about mobile gaming?
All you need to do is to find the Fever Bingo mobile site. This is easy – just use the same URL you’d visit on your desktop computer. You get one very bright page mentioning the welcome deal, along with an invitation to join now or login.
Celebrate bingo with some very traditional games
Bingo has been popular for years, so it’s nice to find some traditional games based on 90-ball bingo here. You can also get stuck into the classic 75-ball bingo offering if you prefer.
As you might have guessed from the information we gave you about the welcome deal, you can also get stuck into a popular selection of slot games. We’ve mentioned just a few of them here:
- Fluffy Favourites – surely one of THE most popular slots around today!
- Shaman’s Dream – another clear favourite with 25 lines to play on
- Temple of Isis – a 25-line slot that takes you back in time to ancient Egypt…
There are other treats waiting to be discovered here too…
Banking choices to be made
While you’ll want to get stuck into your games, there are some important things to be aware of here, too. Your banking options are just one of them. You can use these methods to get started, and to make withdrawals with as well:
Don’t miss the big help button
You can hardly miss it at the top of the site, and it takes you to a contact page. This tells you there are two ways to get in touch:
- Use their support email address
- Phone them between 9.30am and 6pm
The page also provides a link to the FAQ page, which has all the most commonly-asked questions and answers on it. This is a LONG page, but it is packed with most things you’d need to know.