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Bingo Crazy Verdict
While its appearance is refreshingly different from most Cozy bingo websites, there’s a wealth of bingo variants to choose from, and it has an exclusive social media offer, Bingo Crazy is held back by its restrictive, standard-issue LBN loyalty programme and withdrawal terms and conditions. It does, however, score highly for safety and security, device compatibility, and customer service; so, if you’re looking to join your first Cozy Games brand, we’d recommend this one.
Design & Usability
The Bingo Crazy website certainly looks more exciting and inviting than your typical Cozy Games site. There are animated bingo balls jumping up and down while laughing their heads off, and bouncing bubbles that advertise the multiple bonuses on offer to both new and existing members. You can see the current “Top Games” (many of which have flashing buttons that announce they’re new additions), a site-exclusive Twitter promotion, a mini-games schedule, an informative and friendly introduction to the brand, the latest big winners, and the number of roomies who are currently online.
The main menu contains seven different tabs that give you quick access to pages like promotions, loyalty, and support, and at the top-right, you can either log in or click the purple bingo ball to “Join Now”.
Software & Gameplay
Bingo Crazy is a very busy site with fun-loving chat hosts who are excellent at entertaining players and running chat games. The website is powered by Cozy Games software, which allows you to quickly launch the lobby or specific games on both desktops and mobiles.
There are no less than five different bingo variants available, including a free 50-ball room, and a wide range of Cozy slots, scratch cards, and casino games. However, there are no site-exclusive games on offer.
Safety & Security
Payments & Withdrawals
The banking options are Visa, MasterCard, Solo, Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Neteller, Paysafecard, Delta, Maestro, and Switch, which is a decent range of options but would be improved by the addition of Paypal, Entropay, Wire Transfer, and Skrill.
You may also find the withdrawal process too strict, as the minimum withdrawal amount is £30 and you can only cash-out £300 per week.
The methods of customer support include live chat, telephone, email, and online support ticket, all of which can be accessed or are monitored 24/7.
Bonuses & Promotions
Currently, when you sign-up at Bingo Crazy, you’ll be offered a £15 no-deposit bonus free-of-charge that will help you discover many of the exciting games on offer. You must, however, add a valid debit or credit card during the registration process to qualify.
Once you’ve used your free £15 of credit, you can claim 1,150% in additional bonuses over your first three qualifying deposits. Simply add at least £10 each time, and you’ll get a 500%, 350%, and 300% bonus respectively. The welcome bonuses come with wagering requirements of 4x bingo or 10x slots.
If you follow Crazy’s Twitter and Facebook accounts, you can grab fifty free bingo cards provided you follow the instructions listed on the homepage. You’ll also be able to enjoy reload bonuses, cashback, cost-saving ticket deals, free bingo tournaments, daily raffles, friend referral bonuses, and jackpot games.
There’s a link to the Mobile page on the main menu, and it explains how you can access Crazy’s games using Apple, Android, and other devices. It’s good to see Bingo Crazy is keeping up with changing technology by ditching dedicated mobile apps in favour of an HTML5 website that allows you to log in to your account from a desktop or mobile. The simplicity of the Cozy Games software means you really don’t notice you’re not playing on a desktop, as everything is designed to fit a range of mobile screen sizes.
Variety & Originality
What Bingo Crazy achieves with its multiple bingo variants is offset by the brand’s lack of originality. Every room and every game is available at almost every other Cozy Games site, so if you’re hoping to find some unique features to hold your interest, you’re out of luck.
Loyalty & Rewards
Like its older sibling, Landmark Bingo, Bingo Crazy uses a four-tier VIP/loyalty system that gives you more generous rewards as you reach the higher levels. However, not only does it appear that reload bonuses are the only perk on offer, but you also have to splash some serious cash to reach the top levels. For example, to get to the second tier, you need to spend £1,000 on bingo or £10,000 on slots, which is utterly ridiculous.