Hunnie Bingo is a UK bingo site with bold colours and style. This site is part of the Live Bingo Network along with Cozy Games sites like LMAO Bingo and Merlin Bingo. You will find plenty of games and offers, but will you ‘bee’ satisfied at Hunnie Bingo?!
Hunnie Bingo has an updated Cozy Games template which is fresh for 2017. The site has a bright pink colour scheme which is a little hard on the eyes but certainly catches your attention. The site’s mascot is a happy looking cartoon woman. The overall feel is of approachable fun, but like many Cozy sites, the theme is pretty much just the home page.
The site layout is very smart but does have the odd broken link, with some promotion pages being empty. Still, it’s clear and easy to navigate and has a few quick buttons for things like live chat and social media.
Hunnie Bingo offers several contact methods. You can use email, a helpdesk ticket, live chat or phone lines. These are available 24/7 so Hunnie really has everything covered, making this possibly the site’s strongest point.
The help page is nicely laid out and makes this information easy to read, plus there are FAQs underneath. The team seem to be keen and knowledgeable.
Hunnie Bingo offers a really nice welcome bonus which you may see at other Cozy sites. You can claim up to a huge 500% on your first deposit, plus there’s 350% on your second and 300% on your third. This cash has a standard wagering requirement of four times playthrough. There’s even a £15 bonus credit to grab, before making any deposit.
Otherwise you have a pretty standard selection, including the Monthly Moolah £1,000 game, session bingo, Break Time Quizzer and more. Some new bingo promotions for 2017 lend the site some interesting points, such as a lucky wheel which gives you a random reward, but again nothing specific to this site.
The lobby is built into the main site at Hunnie Bingo rather than being part of the bingo software. This is essentially a list of rooms and it isn’t especially pretty, but it works just fine. The bingo software itself runs very fast and looks nice, but doesn’t like being made full-screen so it’s a bit cluttered.
Perhaps because the site is relatively new, the chat seems to be active and busy. You should have no problem finding a hosted room with some chatters. They also have some handy pop-ups to tell you about the latest deposit codes.
Look at the top section of Hunnie Bingo to see a mobile page which tells you what the site offers. Though they do not have an app, you can access the site via your tablet or phone browser just as you normally would.
This site offers over 100 mobile games, but the mobile site is much better for slots than bingo, as the latter has a very basic display and no chat functionality.
Hunnie Bingo is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and the Isle of Man Gambling Commission. They also take measures to inform players about responsible gaming, with several account controls to help you limit spending.
The site has top security from Trustwave, a well-known name, with encryption for your transactions. Finally, the site has the iTech seal of approval for a fair, tested random number generator.
You will find a pretty standard set of Cozy site bingo rooms here, with the usual names like Big Ben and Victoria 90. There are 11 rooms in all, which cover a pretty good mix of game types, including 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball, 50 ball and 30 ball. Three of these are special jackpot rooms and another is free bingo.
Hunnie Bingo has a huge number of slot games on offer, with Dog ‘n’ Roll standing out as a relatively new title with good animation and sound.
Withdrawing should take 2-3 working days to process at Hunnie Bingo, though this may be longer due to your bank’s processing time. The system is pretty easy to use and clearly gives information about the terms of your bonus before you accept it, which is important for new players.
Hunnie Bingo accepts debit and credit cards like MasterCard, Maestro, Switch, Solo and Visa, plus you can use Neteller, Skrill and PaySafeCard.
Frustratingly, Hunnie Bingo gives very little information about this. They have a loyalty plan which means you can gain points for spending and you can rise up through four tiers as you gain points. These tiers are given as Silver, Gold, VIP and SVIP, plus you can see the points needed, but there’s no mention of the rewards!
The support team confirmed that higher tiers get regular offers, such as voucher codes for deposit bonuses, but more information would be great.
Hunnie Bingo is a nice enough site and has a lot to offer new members, but it’s unclear how much value the site has going onwards. If the community keeps growing and Cozy keep introducing games then it should be good, but right now in practise, the site has nothing unique to offer. A smart layout and really tasty welcome bonus makes the site more appealing.