Bingo Scotland was launched in 2005 as a site for locals and homesick ex-pats, but everyone’s welcome at Scotland’s largest Bingo site.
As you’d expect from a site called BingoScotland.com it’s theme has a lot of blue tartan, Scottie dogs, and flags in the design which continues throughout the site.
Bingo Scotland currently uses the Cassava platform, is powered by Dragonfish, and marketed by the popular Cashcade team, so has pretty much the same gameplay as other network sites – but it’s got a fun community, good games, and decent prizes.
There’s no denying that this is a Scottish site, but at least they stick to the same theme throughout the site. From the simple home page, through to the busy lobby, and around all the games, you’ll be singing Flower of Scotland before you know it!
It’s an easy sign-up process with just the basics required, but this one requires credit card details even if you don’t make a deposit. You get a 200% bonus your first deposit of £10-£100 giving you up to £100 extra in bonus cash.
Once in the member’s lounge, there’s all the information you need to know about your profile, banking, loyalty points, and the games you’ve played… once you’ve played them!
There’s no forgetting this site is Scottish – but the bingo is international!
Bingo & Other Games
The lobby area is jam packed with everything you need to know, and the tabs are well displayed so its child’s play to navigate to where you want to go. Here you can find out when and where bingo games are happening, costs, prizes and jackpots, chat hosts, and of course choose between 90 or 75 ball options.
The lobby is also where they promote their big promos, and their featured slots, instants, and table games, so you can easily jump to them.
Cards start from as little as 2p, but you can check out the detailed schedule for a game, room, and price that suits you. You can also pre-buy up to a week in advance for a selection of games.
Bingo rooms are in a standard layout, with easy to select options of hand picking your cards or you can auto-select instead. You can see gameplay info, quick tabs to lobby, banking details, mini games to play while you’re waiting, and details about progressive jackpots too.
There are some really detailed option choices to ensure the bingo room looks and feels the way you want it, so you can adjust sounds, how your cards are laid out, and even the dabbing configurations!
There have also been some new features introduced to the site including embedded games in the chat window, the option to auto-buy your tickets for the next bingo games, and you can even give your roomies virtual gifts now.
Bingo Scotland has a huge selection of other games available, and most of the favourites can be found here including slots like Fluffy Favourites, Sugar Train, and Bejeweled, the X Factor Super Slot, there’s a handful of scratch cards, and you’ll find Roulette and Blackjack in the table games area.
New Player Promotions & Bonuses
You won’t be overwhelmed with promotions here, but the ones they have are worth checking out. The site has regular guaranteed jackpot games with promises to give away over £50,000 in cash prizes each week.
There was also a promo where you could boost your bonus points with weekend tournaments, so the three players to purchase the most Bingo cards from midnight to midnight each Sunday got thousands of points. But apart from the sign-up bonuses, that’s about it really!
Bingo Scotland’s loyalty scheme awards Scottie Points aka bonus points for pretty much everything. Basically, for every 10p card you buy you get a bonus point, there are also loads of opportunities to boost your points through Chat Room games. You also get awarded points for partaking in promotions, so your loyalty membership can grow pretty quickly here.
You can also refer a friend and once they’ve put in £5 you get a massive 5,000 bonus points in your account which you can convert into cash to buy more bingo cards to play with.
Bingo Scotland has a good strong community with fun chat hosts, it’s got some good bingo, and a large selection of slots and instants, but is limited in the promotion department, and there were no free play options that we could find.
It does have an excellent loyalty scheme, so you can really boost those bonus points, but it feels like it’s struggling to keep its head above water in a very competitive market – but if you’re a parochial Scot, you’ll support it either way!
All things being considered, the stable and secure platform can only take a site so far. Personally, I think there are much better alternatives that use the exact same software. The reason why sites like Robin Hood Bingo and Moon Bingo are better is because they offer players much larger bonuses and the promotions are just that bit more valuable. Add in a better implementation and a busier site, it’s easy to see why I would recommend those Cassava sites compared to Bingo Scotland.