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Bingo Legacy Verdict
Bingo Legacy is not a very well named site, because it’s exceedingly average and won’t leave any legacy unless things develop. While the site is of good quality and everything is user-friendly, there’s nothing in the design or site offerings that makes it special or even different. A good site, but it won’t hold your attention for long.
Design & Usability
Spend a few minutes on Bingo Legacy and you’ll soon see that there’s nothing special to the design, artistically speaking. They use all the default Cozy graphics for promotions and the site’s theme is just a text logo with a yellow and purple colour scheme (not that easy on the eye). The home page is nicely busy with lots of information, but it’s still very much a carbon copy.
The same goes for navigation, which isn’t really a complaint as the standard Cozy template is a good design and it’s easy to use. Everything seems to be in working order here. There are some redeeming touches, such as handy floating buttons for live chat, their Facebook page and friend referral. You can also click a button to set the page as your browser homepage, if you love it that much!
Software & Gameplay
The bingo lobby is built into the main page here. It’s a neat enough list of rooms and there’s a display of current offers such as BOGOF tickets. The actual bingo game itself is pretty basic, but runs very smoothly. They’ve used the site’s purple colours but a different logo for some reason.
Chat is actually quite busy here and we found a host immediately, with chatters. This is great to see and proves that you never know where you’ll end up finding people. This site’s software can be downloaded to your computer if you so desire, which may help with speed issues.
Safety & Security
Bingo Legacy is licensed and regulated by the Isle of Man Gambling Commission and the UK Gambling Commission. They have a good, clear responsible gaming page which details how to avoid problem gambling and provides links to useful organisations like Gamcare.
Payments are protected by the well-known Trustwave security here and you also have the iTech labs certification that the random number generator is fair.
Payments & Withdrawals
The payment methods at Bingo Legacy are pretty good, accepting a full range of credit and debit cards like MasterCard, Visa, Switch, Solo and Maestro. You can also use PaySafeCard, and Neteller, but not Boku Mobile it seems despite having a logo for it. More e-wallet solutions are definitely needed here!
The actual banking system is easy to use here, either depositing or withdrawing, with a little set of fields and buttons. You can clearly see the requirements on your bonuses, which is good for newcomers.
You have a full set of customer support options at Bingo Legacy, which can easily be found using a Contact Us button on the main navigation bar. You have 24/7 access to phone, email and live chat support, so everyone’s covered here. You can even submit a ticket, like an IT helpdesk.
The site also has a good FAQ page and clear terms. The support team have a good reputation.
Bonuses & Promotions
Don’t go to Bingo Legacy expecting a set of amazing promotions. They do have some good things, but it’s just the standard Cozy promos that you’ll see on many UK bingo sites. There’s a 15k daily raffle which you’re entered into for depositing £20, plus a 10k slots tournament. You’ll also find chat games and cashback. All pretty standard stuff; good offers but not original.
The welcome bonus here is massive, at 500%! There are similar huge cash matches available on your second and third deposits too. Note that you’ll need to wager through your bonus four times before you can withdraw. There’s also a handy £10 bonus just for registering a card.
Bingo Legacy provides a handy mobile explanation page, which tells you that the site is available on Apple and Android devices via browser. Just go onto the site as usual, on your tablet or phone browser. There is no app unfortunately.
The mobile software is good here, but it is a carbon copy of any Cozy site and there’s no chat, so it’s really just for a quick flutter. The game selection is cut down but still big, with some good slots like Queen of Legends.
Variety & Originality
The game selection is fairly varied at Bingo Legacy, including 90 ball, 75 ball, 80 ball and 30 ball. Cozygames fans will recognise the selection. While it’s good to have a mixture of game types, there are just seven rooms, without counting those which only open for special jackpots. The jackpot bingo is good, available daily, plus there’s free bingo. A good selection overall.
The slot selection here is also good, with a generally high level of quality, but again nothing that really shines. The newer additions are better, marked with a ‘new’ tag. You also have a good set of casino and scratch card games, but nothing unique to this site.
Loyalty & Rewards
The VIP system at Bingo Legacy is quite basic, but does allow some progression. You can earn loyalty points as you play, then later convert back to cash. The number of points you earn grants you access to new VIP levels (1,000 gets you from basic Silver up to Gold). There are four tiers which have better deposit bonuses available.
The system is better than bog standard but doesn’t really have any luxury or special attraction for high rollers.