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Pretty Riches Bingo is powered by Nektan and licensed in the United Kingdom and Gibraltar. It adopts a pink, colourful, and slightly tacky aesthetic and hosts a huge number of games from developers like Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen, Yggdrasil, Pragmatic Play, and Red Tiger Gaming.
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The “Biggest Spin Winner”, just like the “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” promotion on Jumpman Gaming sites, is a redundant bonus and it baffles me that these offers are so popular.
In simple terms, it pays £100 to the biggest winner of a single slot spin, and it focuses on the gross return or the largest monetary amount. So in other words, it’ll top up the balance of a player who has just won a lot of money who will be unlikely to really notice the extra £100.
Pretty Riches Bingo also has a couple of reload promotions, but they seem to change on a monthly basis. Take a look at the Promotions page to see what’s available when you join.
Slots and Bingo Room
It’s bingo, but not as you know it. In the past, I’ve spoken about Jumpman Gaming sites that all use the same software—a mixture of bingo and slots—and switch between the name “Games” and “Bingo” seemingly at random. For instance, while you might expect Casper Games to be more slot-centric than OK! Bingo, they’re basically just carbon copies of one another.
Pretty Riches Bingo seems to fall into the same trap and isn’t as bingo-focused as you would expect. In fact, there are 6 tabs in the Pretty Riches Bingo games room and only one of these is devoted to bingo, with just 6 games available.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s a decent selection of bingo games, but if you’re expecting Pretty Riches Bingo to be comparable to Gala Bingo, Wink Bingo, and other dedicated sites, then you’re going to be very disappointed.
I would have liked to see more unique games here, as well as a larger selection on the whole, but it’s good to see a variety of Megaways titles, progressive jackpot slots, and a few table games. There is a Live Dealer section as well, but there are no games listed there.
I half-expected that this issue would just be limited to non-members, but even after I had signed up there were no Live Dealer games in sight.
Depositing and Withdrawing
Pretty Riches Bingo accepts a variety of payment options, including Visa, PayPal, Skrill, Maestro, Neteller, and Paysafecard. There is no charge for deposits but all withdrawals under £30 will cost you £1.50 per transaction. The minimum deposit is fixed at £10 for most methods and withdrawals take around 3 days to appear in your account.
Boku is offered here, as well, but it’s best to avoid this payment method. Not only will you be hit with a 15% transaction fee but you’re also limited to just £30 a day and you can’t use it to withdraw.
Pretty Riches Bingo Review Summary
Pretty Riches Bingo has a Live Chat feature, but it was offline when I joined. It claims to be available 24-hours a day and I joined on Saturday afternoon during what should be prime time for gamers, but I couldn’t gain access.
To be fair to the site, this happened during the early 2021 lockdown and their Support section did make it clear that there would be some downtime due to staff shortages. I’m not entirely sure why this would be necessary on a feature that could easily be used by remote working employees, but I’m willing to give them the benefit of the doubt.
There are a few other issues, as well. Firstly, when you join, the icon that you select which says ‘I agree to:’ automatically ticks the box to accept “exclusive offers and promotions” through email, telephone, SMS, and Post.
I’m not clued-up on privacy laws, but I’m fairly sure that stuff is frowned upon these days and UK customers should have to make their own choice and then double-opt-in.
The gaming selection is also a little on the short side and can be too reliant on classics, and the aesthetic is dull and uninspiring.
I’m nit-picking, I know, but this is a highly competitive industry and it’s things like this that set the best sites apart from the run-of-the-mill ones. Generally speaking, all of these things would have been acceptable 10 years ago, but they appear very dated in 2021.
As a result, Pretty Riches Bingo doesn’t get anywhere near top marks from me, but as it still has some good promotions and games, along with the backing of an established brand, it’s deserving of 2.5 stars. As there are no half scores and 2 stars would be cruel, Pretty Riches Bingo scores 3/5.
- Slots and Bingo
- Big Welcome Bonus
- Classic Games
- Big Jackpots
- Live Chat Not 24/7
- Generic Gaming Selection
- Withdrawal Fees
- Confusing Bonuses
- Live Dealer Seems to be Down
At a Glance
- Operator: Grace Media Limited
- License: Licensed in the UK and Gibraltar
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Pretty Riches FAQ
Can I Pay by Mobile on Pretty Riches Bingo?
Pretty Riches Bingo accepts payments through Boku, but there are a few stipulations, including a 15% transaction fee and a daily limit of £30.
Who Runs Pretty Riches Bingo?
Nektan is in charge of this one and is responsible for the day-to-day operations.
Do I Need to Verify my Pretty Riches Bingo Account?
The verification process will occur as soon as you sign up and should be automatic for most players. If your details can’t be verified, you will be asked to submit some additional info and will be forbidden from depositing and playing until it is verified.
What Verification Documents Does Pretty Riches Bingo Request?
You will be asked for a picture ID, a proof of address, and something specific to your chosen payment method, such as a picture of your debit card, a screenshot from your web wallet, or proof that you own the phone used to make Boku payments.
What is the Max Win on Pretty Riches Bingo?
The maximum single spin payout Is £250,000 and this is true regardless of your stake and assuming there is no progressive jackpot.