Bingo Bulldog is an online bingo site that’s powered by the Parlay Entertainment software, which was launched in October 2013. The site is fronted by Bruce the Bulldog, who is a cartoon bulldog dressed in a union flag waistcoat and a bowler hat. This image certainly backs up their tagline, which is ‘best british bingo’. So, let’s find out whether Bingo Bulldog brings the ‘best of Britain’ or if it’s just another bingo site with another tenuous link to certain demographics.
Registration at Bingo Bulldog is pretty straightforward and should only take a couple of minutes but, as there’s no free cash to try before you buy (so to speak), you will need to add a funding method and make a deposit before you can actually play the games on site. You can deposit between £10 and £200 at a time and you can use the following methods to do so: Visa, MasterCard, Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Maestro, NETeller, Skrill, Ukash vouchers and Paysafecard.
When you decide to make your first deposit at Bulldog Bingo you are treated to a 200% first deposit bonus. Simply top up your new online bingo account with between £10 and £50 to benefit from an additional 200% worth of bingo bonuses. For example, if you make a first deposit of £20, you will receive an additional £40, making a total of £60 for you to start playing with.
Bingo games are a little thin on the ground at Bingo Bulldog. There are just four bingo rooms to choose from and there are never more than two of them open at any one point in time. Bruce’s Bingo is the site’s very own standalone bingo room, which is open between 6pm and midnight every day. The other three bingo rooms are networked rooms, featuring players from across the Parlay Bingo Network; Money Tree (open 6am-midnight daily), Night Owls (open midnight-6am daily) and Mad House (open Mon 9am-11am, Wed 12pm-2pm, Sat 9pm-11pm). However, it is worth noting that, even at busy times, there are no more than a couple of dozen players in these rooms. So, if you’re looking for big jackpots and busy rooms, maybe you need to try another bingo site, maybe something on the Dragonfish network with their thousands of players.
‘Not so’ Specials
Specials at Bingo Bulldog are a little thin on the ground, with just a handful of offers to choose from. One such promo is the chance to win £10,000 or a new car but this promotion runs for FIVE MONTHS. You have to commit nearly half a year of playing at Bingo Bulldog in order to qualify for this event. There are some £5 free bingo games and coverall jackpots to play for too but that’s about it.
The bingo platform employed by Bingo Bulldog is the Parlay platform that’s used by other sites including Eyes Down Bingo and Astro Bingo, and it is a well designed and relatively glitch free piece of software. The simply designed interface offers all of the online bingo features that you expect, without being crammed full of useless options and links – just simple bingo.
Best of British?
Overall, we have to say that Bingo Bulldog isn’t one of the internet’s leading bingo sites due to its lack of players, big prizes and enticing promotions. As we’ve explained, the software is pleasant enough to use but players are thin on the ground, jackpots are small and the bingo rooms are closed more often that they’re open.
Behind the Bulldog
Bingo Bulldog is owned and operated by Spring Networks N.V. The Curaçao Internet Gaming Association licenses the games at Bingo Bulldog but be aware that Curaçao is not white listed (recommended) by the UK’s Gambling Commission so bare this in mind when adding your card details and when making deposits at the site.
Which Tree to Bark Up?
If you need to contact Bingo Bulldog you can do so using the methods listed below but be aware that we had to chase up support on their Facebook page before we could get answers to our queries.
Live Help: Via chat on the website