Clover Bingo has a fun leprechaun theme and some solid art. This is a Jumpman Gaming site, like Elf Bingo or Rocket Bingo, with some interesting games and offers. Will you find luck with this clover?
The site art here is really good, with both a fun leprechaun mascot and a full-page background, depicting a blue sky and green fields… with a rainbow, of course! They use a few subtle animations to make things feel active and the theme extends to artwork for the promotions, so it isn’t just a one-page skin.
Getting around is easy, though it’s hard to say if the site is minimalist or just a bit small, as there aren’t that many pages to find. A few pages could use more decoration, but generally it’s neat and everything is in working order.
You can easily find the help section on Clover Bingo, though it’s a little clogged with text and could use some images to break it up. There’s a separate contact page which does a better job. The site offers a phone number and an email address, but doesn’t state whether this is a toll-free number. The phone line is not 24/7 either, in fact it’s just 9.30am to 6pm.
They also offer a WhatsApp number, which is a little different and may appeal to those who use it, but again it isn’t 24/7 and there’s no live chat here.
Clover Bingo offers quite a fun welcome bonus, which you may have seen on other Jumpman sites. You can claim £20 for a deposit of £10, then you get to spin a wheel to add a further amount from £5 up to a huge £2500! This is a good bit of fun but remember you need to wager through your bonuses four times before you can withdraw.
General site promotions include some special jackpot games and a Monday Madness game where first line and full house pots are switched over. This is just a bit of fun and doesn’t give you anything more to win. The site’s promos look good but they’re far too limited.
Clover Bingo benefits from reliable, speedy Jumpman software, adding their own background and colours. The layout is simple and effective, with account controls and bingo rooms easily found on the lobby. However, they should have given some attention to the bingo room tabs, which have no images. It could also be easier to get from room to room.
The bingo rooms are nicely made, with a rounded style. The games look neat and are easy to follow. Chat has a small window but you can enlarge it, if you close the mini games. The rooms are a little on the quiet side and you may struggle to find a host during the day.
Clover Bingo is lacking a section to fully explain their mobile situation, plus they don’t have any apps. However, the site is mobile capable if you just visit via your phone or tablet browser. Most devices should be able to do this.
The mobile site is neatly laid out and still has the Clover branding, though it’s clearly a template at the heart of it. It runs very quickly and looks good, but you don’t have access to chat.
The Clover Bingo site is covered by a full set of credentials. The site is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and they carry the seal of approval from SQS, an independent software checker.
Clover Bingo has a very limited bingo selection. You have 90 ball and 75 ball with no special variants, split over a modest seven rooms. One of these is VIP only. You can find free bingo here which is good, plus there are free spins on the Fluffy Favourites slot to be nabbed. You’ll also find some jackpot rooms.
The slot selection is pretty good here, with plenty of pages of slots to scroll through and some very nicely drawn games. The site just needs a little extra something.
Banking is easy enough here, with a simple form on the page. It could be a little bolder for those with bad eyesight, but it works fine. Withdrawing should take around the average of 3-5 working days.
This site suffers regarding payment methods. While they do accept all the usual credit and debit cards, like Visa, MasterCard and Switch, they do not accept any e-wallets. Not even PaySafeCard. This is a huge downside as many online bingo players only use e-wallets.
Clover Bingo lets you accrue loyalty points as you play, which you can later redeem for credit. This is a pretty standard system that you’ll see on most bingo sites and it does come in handy. They also have a VIP scheme mentioned in the promotions section, but information is very thin on the ground.
You can rise up through five tiers, with the first being default. Each tier grants more cashback, birthday bonus and free bingo, but progression is not clear. The benefits are nice, but not luxury high roller rewards.
Clover Bingo is a pleasant site with a nice design and some good little touches. However, it falls short in several departments, such as promotions, which are lacking in number and variety. If you can get hold of other players for a good chat then this site could entertain for a while, but otherwise it’s likely to be a stepping stone to other things. No pot of gold at the end of this rainbow, sadly!