Disclaimer: Rocket Bingo and Bingo Paradise are under the same ownership. However, our reviewer Paul has been asked not to take this into account whilst writing his review.
Rocket Bingo positions itself as a bingo site that is “out of this world”, one that promises to be different from the rest. It gets off to a pretty good start, with a solid aesthetic and a clearly defined message stating that this is “your” bingo site, and they merely deal with the admin and all the other boring stuff.
I have a lot of issues with casino themes. It’s something I have emphasised many times in the past, highlighting how dated Aladdin Slots looks and how brilliant Wink Bingo is. Maybe I’m getting lost in the details, but a good theme makes for a great first impression and a slick design makes it easier to spend time there.
Rocket Bingo is not going to win any design awards, but it’s a pleasant aesthetic all around.
The site has won several awards over the years, including the WhichBingo award for “Best Jumpman Gaming Bingo Site”. It is licensed by the GB Gambling Commission and Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
If you’re new to Rocket Bingo, you will be invited to spin the Mega Wheel. Just deposit a minimum of £10, spin the wheel, and you can win Bonus Spins, Amazon vouchers, and more.
It’s not a “one-time-only” deal either, as you can spin the wheel with every additional deposit of £20 or more, providing you don’t have a pending withdrawal.
Amazon vouchers are emailed straight to the email address you used when you joined and all Bonus Spin winnings have a wagering requirement of 65x.
Like all Jumpman Gaming sites, Rocket Bingo adopts a trophy-based Loyalty Program that tasks you with meeting regular challenges and offers rewards with every completion. There are Bonus Spins, bonus credits, and more, and the challenges vary from making a deposit to playing on mobile and spinning certain games.
These bonuses are just some of the many loyalty offers available at Rocket Bingo. Others include a Birthday Bonus every year on your birthday, ‘free spins of the month’, and a £50 takeaway voucher given to the month’s biggest slot winner.
Slots and Bingo Rooms
Rocket Bingo is home to a number of games. There are 13 bingo rooms in total—a baker’s dozen of bingo games. They include 75-Ball, 80-Ball, and 90-Ball variants like Bingo Millions, where the prize pool tops 7-figures, and Heavyweight, which usually has over £20,000 on offer. These are the jackpot prizes but the game prizes are inviting as well and can reach some huge figures during peak times on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Friday is one of the biggest days at Rocket Bingo. This is when the Friday Fun event kicks off, giving players the chance to scoop a jackpot that’s usually well into the four figures.
Slots are in plenty supply as well and these games come courtesy of Microgaming, NetEnt, and Playtech, among others. They are some of the biggest names in the iGaming industry and have plenty of top titles to choose from, including Thunderstruck II, Buffalo Blitz II, White King, Adventure Trail, Shields of Rome, Immortal Romance, Gonzo’s Quest, and Berry Berry Bonanza.
If you’re not sure where to begin, I recommend taking a look at Wild Gambler, Rainbow Riches, Eye of Horus, and Break Away.
The great thing about combining these developers is that you get plenty of features such as Rolling Reels (Basketball Star), Locked Wilds (Wild Gambler), and Megaways (Buffalo Rising).
These developers usually have the best jackpots as well, including the Jackpot King progressive tier, the Age of the Gods series, and Mega Moolah. For some reason, none of these are available at Rocket Bingo, but you’ll still find a few big jackpot offers.
Depositing and Withdrawing
The minimum deposit at Rocket Bingo is just £5, but this isn’t always enough to qualify for its bonuses. To get your hands on the welcome offer, you will need to deposit a minimum of £10. Make sure you pay attention to the Terms and Conditions!
Visa Debit, Mastercard Debit, and Maestro are all available and you can add up to 3 cards to your account. PayPal, a popular and fast web wallet; Paysafecard, a secure voucher system owned by the same company behind Skrill, and Pay by Mobile, a mobile payment service, are also available.
With the latter, you will be charged a fee of £2.50 on deposits of £5, £10, and £20, and the same fee is added to withdrawals for all payment methods.
Your account should be verified when you join but you may need to supply additional info at the point of withdrawal. The good news is that documents are typically processed on the day they are received. The bad news is that you need to send them by email, it’s not automated, and they will only be processed on business days.
Rocket Bingo Review Summary
In an industry littered with poorly structured themes, terrible taglines, and nonsensical ideas, it’s always nice to see a site that gets it right. Of course, we’re still talking about a Jumpman Gaming site here so it’s not entirely unique. The slots, bingo games, and promotions will be very familiar to anyone who has used this platform before.
But as I have noted previously, duplicate sites are fine if the basic idea is solid. Let’s be honest, the gambling industry is basically self-replicating. Not only do operators use the same developers, payment methods, and bonuses, but most of them work through white label providers and offer what amounts to a turn-key website.
The majority of players don’t move from one site to another because it’s 100% unique and has something they’ve never seen elsewhere. They do it because it has the games they like, the payment methods they are familiar with, and a bonus they can collect.
If you’re that type of player, you definitely need to add Rocket Bingo to your list of sites to join.
Sign up, collect your Welcome Bonus, and explore the many great games that Jumpman has to offer. And once you’ve had your fill here and are ready to move on, you can see what similar sites like Casper Games and Volcano Bingo have to offer.
- Large Number of Slot Games
- Well Designed and Structured
- Good Variety
- PayPal Accepted
- Slow Withdrawals
- Withdrawal Fee
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Rocket Bingo FAQ
Who Operates Rocket Bingo?
Jumpman Gaming operate Rocket Bingo
Does Rocket Bingo Offer Free Bingo?
Unfortunately, during 2020 Rocket Bingo retired its free bingo rooms.
Does Rocket Bingo Accept PayPal?
Yes! You can use this web wallet for both deposits and withdrawals and this applies to all players in the United Kingdom.
Is Rocket Bingo Regulated?
UK players are backed by the UK Gambling Commission, who act as the mediators and ensure the site remains safe and secure.