Daisy Bingo promises peace and love with a hippy-themed design and plenty of promotions. This is a Cassava Enterprises site, alongside Telly Talk Bingo and Smooch Bingo, so it should impress. Will Daisy Bingo display some flower power when we play the games?
There’s no missing the theme at Daisy Bingo, which has a full-page background showing bingo ball hippies among the daisies, complete with a VW camper van! The site’s mascots are great fun and they use the artwork for several tiles on the home page, though frustratingly it doesn’t make it to the promotions page.
Otherwise you’ll find the site easy enough to use, though some of the text feels a little squashed into the middle. Maybe they wanted to get as much of that cool background in as possible!
Daisy Bingo suffers with a common Cassava site issue where the main help button goes to a helpful guide, which explains how to play bingo. This is indeed very useful and great for newcomers, but it does mean you have to search a bit to find an actual support/contact section (use the bottom-of-page links).
You can contact the team by email or a toll-free phone number which is available 24/7. They do not have live chat, but you can access a help room within bingo, the next best thing.
There are some interesting promotions at Daisy Bingo, with competitions that offer real prizes and plenty of special jackpot events. There’s a late-night show offering fun chat, big cash shares and free spins for slots fans. While they aren’t tailored to match the site or its theme, they are good offers.
The welcome bonus for newcomers is a little complicated, offering a split between a 200% bingo bonus and 100% games bonus. The bingo bonus has a standard four times wagering requirement, but the games money requires eighty times. A straight lump sum would be much better for players.
Daisy Bingo has the typical Cassava site software, Dragonfish. This is no bad thing, as it looks and runs great. The lobby has a neat sidebar with all your details, then tabs to find bingo games. A ticker at the top is handy for delivering little messages. Another nice detail is that it tells you which rooms have hosts.
The actual bingo is easy to use and looks good, if not especially pretty. Chat gets a good window though you may need to reduce text size a little. You should have no problems finding a chatty room and a host, which is always a good sign.
Though the site does not have an app, Daisy Bingo does let you connect via mobile or tablet using your browser. The mobile site is well made and you can get around by swiping left and right. Rooms open easily enough and the layout is very smart, using expanding menus to let you pick card amounts or join in chat, without taking over the small screen.
The site does not have a mobile page to explain the mobile setup, so it’s a case of trying for yourself.
Daisy Bingo is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar, regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner and also by the Great Britain Gambling Commission. The site has an up-to-date security certificate and uses 128-bit SSL encryption to protect your details.
You’ll also see the mark of eCOGRA, certifying the site for fair play and good practises. They have a full responsible gaming section too, with advice about problem gambling.
You have a fair variety at Daisy Bingo, with over ten rooms offering 90 ball, 75 ball and High 5 bingo. There are plenty of rooms, all with fun names and a mixture of ticket prices. You’ll also find some big cash games weekly, multiple free bingo rooms and more. A good selection, but missing something unique to this site.
The slots are generally of high quality here, plus they have a good set of table games such as roulette. There’s plenty to see and do, just nothing that says ‘Daisy Bingo’.
Daisy Bingo accepts deposits by phone, wire transfer and of course by credit and debit cards. You also have a full selection of e-wallets to use, such as Neteller, PayPal, EntroPay and PaySafeCard. It’s great to see a wide range and it should make life easier for most players.
The site’s banking system opens in a pop-up window and uses a series of icons to guide you along. All in all, it’s easy and quick to use.
The VIP system at Daisy Bingo is called the Loyalty Plan and it’s based around four tiers, from bingo rookie to bingo champ. You rise through the ranks as you collect jewels, for depositing and playing. They clearly list the cost of getting to each tier.
Basic members gain access to free bingo, then higher tiers get bingo cashback, slot cashback, free spins and free tickets to the big 10k bingo. These are good rewards but they do require you to spend a lot in one calendar month.
Daisy Bingo is a nice-looking bingo site which feels different in a few areas, yet they don’t use their theme to the fullest. There are no special promotions or bingo games to reflect the flower power fun of the home page. However, the overall quality of the site is high and you’ll get good games and a fun experience here. A good set of chatters makes it complete.