Duck Duck Bingo Review
This is still a very relatively new bingo website having only been launched in November 2017. Time to review Duck Duck Bingo and see whether it’s a site to duck or one to dive in and start playing right away.
As you might be expecting, there’s a lot of ducks to be seen on this bingo site. Not enough to drive you around the bend but they are there for all to see. The site operates on Dragonfish software and has a very cartoonish look to it. You keep expecting Daffy or Donald to make an appearance any moment, but the colourful farmyard is bound to put a smile on your face, especially after a hard day at work.
This is another site from Cassava Enterprises who are a wholly owned subsidiary of 888 Holdings plc. They are licensed by the Government of Gibraltar and regulated by the Gibraltar Gaming Commission and the Great Britain Gambling Commission.
Registering with Duck Duck Bingo
You simply need to go to the top right-hand corner of the site to click on the ‘Join Now’ button. It won’t take you too long at all to fill in all the required information and then you’ll be a fully-fledged member of Duck Duck Bingo.
Now that you are a member of the site, it’s time to make your first deposit. More about the banking at Duck Duck Bingo later in this review, but just like signing up for the site, it’s not difficult to make deposits or withdrawals.
In order to take advantage of the Welcome Offer at this site, you simply need to make a deposit of £10 and this will see you receive £50 of bingo tickets. They comprise of £30 of tickets to their £1,500 game and the other £20 of tickets is for the KACHING 90 ball bingo game, more about those soon. That’s not all you receive as there’s also ten free spins on the Fluffy Favourites slot game on their way to you.
The good news about this welcome offer is that there are no wagering requirements in sight and all wins you get from those free spins become real cash but the most you can win is just £1 but every penny counts I guess. With a bit of luck, those free bingo tickets and spins will get you off to a good start at Duck Duck Bingo and it’s good to see no wagering requirements. However, if you have free tickets left and you make a withdrawal before they are used up, you will lose them so just be a bit patient.
Join the Ace Club
The more you play at the site, the higher you can waddle up their loyalty ladder. The site may be a bit obsessed with ducks, but the loyalty program is called ‘The Ace Club,’ perhaps the ducks on the site like playing card games. There are 15 levels to go through with the higher you climb, the more points you get for every pound spent on the site, going all the way up to 15 at the top level. Along the way you can earn daily free spins – 50 when you get to level 15 – as well as monthly cashback, tickets for the Big Bang game and access to loyalty rooms.
Up to Date News
There is lots going on at Duck Duck Bingo so you will want to be up to date at all times about what’s happening. You can join their Facebook page and when joining you receive five free spins. It’d be good to see them introduce an email mailing list as well.
This is a free ticket Bingo Room where you can take part in a 90-ball bingo game and remember you can take part right away thanks to the welcome offer you receive.
There are also a couple of guaranteed win bingo rooms for players to try their luck in. All you need to do is play £1 mid-month every month which doesn’t sound the hardest task in the world and then you have the chance to go for the £2,500 pot. The other guaranteed win bingo room is open at the end of each month with the chance to win £2,500 for just £1.
The Big Bang
There’s no theory needed for this Big Bang. What you do need is an invite to take part in this £10,000 game once you have used up those tickets you received in your welcome offer. With such a huge amount of cash on offer, you’ll be longing to get the chance to play these games.
Free for All
The only thing better than a free bingo room is the wins you get playing. At Duck Duck Bingo they have a Free4U Room with guaranteed £4 pots. All recent depositors can also go into the Gratis Room where there is £10 on offer for each game for seven days after that deposit has been made. There’s fewer players in this room apparently so more chances to get wins without spending anything.
If you make a single deposit of £25 or more then off to the Priceless Room you go for seven days with £35 pots and it’s all real cash with no wagering requirement. To win 100 free spins, head to Gobsmacked for penny bingo and any wins you get from the spins you win are totally real cash and no wagering requirements.
There is plenty of variety on this site which is always good to learn. You won’t find yourself playing the same kind of game every night, unless you choose too. There are 75-ball and 90-ball bingo games to try and get some wins on. It’s not all about bingo though with some top slot games to play as well such as ‘Siberian Storm,’ ‘Rainbow Riches’ and ‘Mega Fortune. New games keep getting added which is always good news. Add on some scratchcards and casino games such as Roulette, Baccarat and Blackjack and you are never going to have a dull moment here.
Other rooms will be familiar to those who play sites from Cassava Enterprises such as for example, Bingo52.com There’s Candylicious and if you can stay up till 0.45, there’s the Late Show. There are also some rooms with a progressive jackpot that always get your heart beating that little bit faster when it looks like a quick full-house might just be on the cards.
Each of the rooms has a chatroom and this is another part of the site that you will grow. It gives players something to do in-between games and offers you the chance to make new friends when joining the site.
No one wants to end up having any problems making deposits and withdrawals whatever site you are playing on. You won’t find any difficulties at Duck Duck Bingo which is good to read. There are several different ways of making your deposits and withdrawals and full details are on the site. The minimum withdrawal at Duck Duck Bingo is £5 and there is plenty of information about how long it’ll take for withdrawals to make their way back into your account and a total of ten withdrawals can be made per day.
Help and support
With sites of this nature there are always going to be the occasional question that you might have. There’s lots of help at hand on this site including a help room that can be accessed via the chat window in each of the bingo rooms. It’s also possible to telephone them if in the UK or email them.
There is also a section that is packed with information about the games on the site and how to behave in the chatrooms. This is an area of the site that is particularly helpful if you are used to playing bingo down your local hall rather than online.
Ducks on the Move
The good news is that the games on this site are able to be played on mobile browsers. The layout of the mobile version of Duck Duck Bingo are clear and easy to navigate your way around with the navigation bar situated at the bottom of the screen. Content is split into ‘Games.’ ‘Bingo’ and ‘More’ and there’s also a Banking section too. At the time of writing this review there is no app for the site in Apple’s iOS store or Google Play.
There is a lot to like about this site even if you aren’t a fan of ducks, such as English cricketers playing in the Ashes. It has a bright and cheerful look to it and although a bit childish it’s fun to look at. The welcome offer is a good one and it’s always a delight to notice there are no wagering requirements. Other promotions also enhance your enjoyment of the site. The free bingo rooms are handy too and with the ability to play this on your mobile, this is a site you should be visiting.