Dream Bingo bills itself as a bingo site “created by bingo lovers for bingo lovers”. But the same could be said for most other gambling sites out there. In fact, I’m sure I’ve written something similar for numerous casinos and bingo sites. So, does it actually live up to this statement and provide the sort of games and features that players want?
Dream Bingo currently offers 100 free spins to all new players who deposit £10 or more. An opt-in is required and there is a 30x wagering requirement on all free spin winnings. The spins have a value of £0.20 each, so it’s a fairly valuable bonus on the whole.
There is one big downside though and that’s the fact that only debit card deposits apply. If you deposit using PayPal, you will miss out on the bonus. As someone who uses PayPal all of the time, that’s pretty much a dealbreaker for me. If you’re not in the same boat, you might not have an issue with this.
Dream Bingo doesn’t have the largest selection of bonuses. It pales in comparison to some of the other top bingo sites out there. They do exist, and if you check with the promotions page you’ll find some reload offers and free spins on occasion, but I expected more from such a big brand.
Bingo Games and More
Dream Bingo advertises that it has “over 450 games” several times on the site. I’m not sure why. A couple of decades ago, it would have been a pretty bold statement, but that’s no longer the case. There are casinos out there with over 4,000 games, and while UK casinos usually don’t go that big, the majority still have in excess of 1,000.
What’s even more egregious is that Dream Bingo tends to focus more on RNG bingo games and slots than live bingo experiences. If you were expecting something like Foxy Bingo, where you can join an active bingo community and play for huge prizes, you’re going to be disappointed.
There are live games though, and it also has a live casino with titles from Evolution Gaming. There are premium variations of classic table games, game shows, and more. It even has live slots like Gonzo’s Treasure Hunt.
Speaking of slots, most of the slot games seem to come from the Microgaming catalogue, including Mega Moolah, which has one of the world’s biggest online jackpots, and Immortal Romance. Personally, I am not the biggest fan of these games as they have been around for a long time and I feel like I’ve played and reviewed them more times than I can count. But they’re definitely not bad, and with over 450 titles to choose from, there are games that even I haven’t played below.
The categories could be better ordered and a few additional filters wouldn’t go amiss. But this is something that I have complained about in most casino reviews, and it’s admittedly less of an issue on a site with a smaller-than-average games room.
The inclusion of a search feature means you can find specific titles and features, assuming the feature is in the name of the game. For instance, typing “Megaways” will bring up the casino’s rather modest selection of Megaways slots.
There are virtual scratch cards available if you fancy something a little different and Dream Bingo also has a few unique RNG table games, including Hockey Fever Roulette.
As far as the layout is concerned, it’s all very neat and dynamic. It’s far from the most exciting design I’ve seen, but it’s not exactly bland, and there are no frustrating elements that detract from the casino experience.
The Dream Bingo customer support team is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It includes a handy little FAQ as well, so it’s worth taking a look before you get in touch with them.
If that doesn’t work, you can email the support team at [email protected] or launch live chat. It will ask you for your bingo name and email address, and this info is mandatory, but you don’t need to be a member. I tried it with some random inputs and I got through to a representative each time.
If all of that fails or you want a quicker option, you can call them at +44 207 062 5472.
Deposits and Withdrawals
Dream Bingo accepts PayPal, Visa, Skrill, and Neteller, and all are available for both deposits and withdrawals. Mastercard is not listed as a payment option, and there are no voucher-based (Paysafecard) or phone-based (Pay By Phone Bill) options either.
There is a withdrawal pending period that can run as long as 48 hours. It’s not acceptable in this day and age, not when most casinos and bingo sites are processing payments instantly. But in practice, it’s rarely that slow, and you should get your funds within a day. Few players are going to complain about that kind of wait.
Dream Bingo Review Summary
Dream Bingo is owned by the Betway Group, so it has the credentials. It has also been around for a long time and works with some top developers like Microgaming and Evolution Gaming. But despite that, it has a very modest gaming selection and doesn’t go all-out with exclusive games or stacked loyalty promotions.
- Owned by a Respected Operator
- PayPal Accepted
- Big Jackpot Games
- 24/7 Support
- Phone Support and Live Chat
- Not the Largest Selection of Games
- Limited Live Bingo
At a Glance
- Owner: Betway Group
- Founded: 2007
- Site Type: Bingo, Slots, Live Casino
- Platforms: Desktop and Mobile
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Dream Bingo FAQ
Who Owns Dream Bingo?
Dream Bingo is part of the Betway Group, one of the biggest gambling operators in Europe.
When Was Dream Bingo Founded?
Dream Bingo has been around since 2007. The Betway Group is even older, as it was founded a year earlier.
How Many Games Does Dream Bingo Have?
There are 450 games on Dream Bingo. It’s not the largest selection, but it’s a high amount regardless and should cover most player needs.
What is the Best Way to Contact Dream Bingo?
Live chat is arguably the best way to get in touch. Just open a chat window while you browse/play and they’ll respond to your message in a couple of minutes.