Mummies Bingo is a Cozy Games site, which puts it in good company with Scrummy Bingo
and Vampire Bingo
among others. The site presents itself as friendly to mums, offering plenty of deals and games, but is it really any different inside?
Mummies Bingo has a pleasing, laid-back colour scheme and design. Naturally their mascot is a typical mum, pictured at home. This should appeal to real mums who play at home in their spare moments. The site also has a nice bit of introductory text which sets the scene.
The site layout is pretty easy to follow, with everything in its usual place; account login at the top right, sections listed along the top, etc. The addition of floating buttons for live chat, referral and social media are useful as they appear on every page. A nice, attractive site but it doesn’t do anything unique. You may also get caught out by frustrating pop-ups asking you to deposit, which grey out the rest of the screen.
The Mummies Bingo support team is knowledgeable and has the same friendly outlook as the site itself. They aim for a response time of one hour via email, which is excellent. They also have a ticket system like those seen on IT helpdesks, for less urgent matters.
You’ll find a 24/7 toll free phone line, plus instant live chat. This is really handy and all the best sites are now offering it. Overall, plenty of ways to get in touch and good help when you need it.
There’s a great welcome bonus at Mummies Bingo, which you’ll see at most Cozy sites. Your first deposit can be matched up to 500%, your second up to 350% and third at 300%. Altogether this is a potentially huge amount of extra cash, but do remember that you need to wager through bonuses four times before you can withdraw winnings.
Otherwise, the promotions here are just the same as on any Cozy site, which is a little disappointing. However, the offerings are strong, from big slots tournaments to money multipliers on bingo games. Plenty to do, but nothing unique or tied in to the site’s theme.
Most players will recognise Cozy’s software when playing on Mummies Bingo. The software is broadly compatible and runs fast. The bingo console is a little basic, but perfectly functional. Buying tickets is easy and chat is very visible. Annoyingly, the bingo doesn’t scale up very well at full screen.
You get a good bingo game here, easy to follow, with quick access to mini games. Chat is a strong point for this site, as rooms are busy even in the middle of the day and there are always hosts around. The site’s theme seems to translate to a strong and welcoming community.
You’ll find a mobile page on Mummies Bingo to take you through the mobile play process. They do not offer an app sadly, but you can connect by browser on both iOS and Android devices. The mobile site is well optimised and runs smoothly, so long as you have a fairly new device. You’ll find the game selection reduced compared to desktop, not unusual, but thankfully all the key games are still playable.
The bingo itself is pretty well laid out for the small screen, but loses a lot of appeal for having no chat function. Fine for a little go when you’re out and about, but not a full alternative to the main site.
Mummies Bingo has the iTech certification that says their random number generator is fair, plus they have a Trustwave certificate to show that your transactions and personal data are protected electronically.
Visitors to Mummies Bingo will find plenty of different bingo types to try out. The site has 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and 30 ball speed bingo, certainly enough to keep you busy. They have a good amount of rooms, over 12, which includes some extras like free bingo and mega jackpots. None of the rooms have special artwork, sadly.
The slot selection is vast, but like the bingo, there’s nothing especially original. Despite this, the quality and selection is worth praising.
Mummies Bingo has a good, clear depositing system which can all be done on one screen. They unfortunately have Cozy Games’ tendency to add pop-ups reminding you to deposit, which just gets in the way of depositing! Otherwise, the process is very easy and quick.
Your selection of methods is good here. Card users have Maestro, Visa, MasterCard, Solo and Switch. E-wallet users get Neteller and Skrill, PaySafeCard an also Boku mobile payments. Everything is here except for Paypal.
Like most Cozy Games sites, Mummies Bingo uses their standard loyalty system in place of a bespoke VIP programme, which is a shame. Loyalty bonuses are split over four tiers; silver, gold, VIP and SVIP. As you earn more loyalty points, by spending money, you go up the levels.
Higher levels grant access to bigger deposit bonuses… so this is useful for some, but not much of an incentive. It would be good to see freebies or exclusive promotions, though you can swap your loyalty points for cash as usual.
Though Mummies Bingo has a nice theme and a great approach, the actual games and promotions on site are exactly like any Cozy site. While you won’t find much originality here, the overall quality is high. What does stand out here is the support and chat, the latter particularly being fun and busy.