Unfortunately, we are no longer in a position to endorse Mile High Bingo. We recommend that you visit other network sites that are similar, however, we rate higher.
Mile High Bingo flew off to a great start with a cool homepage, but then you hit the turbulence and come crashing down to earth again as you find yourself in yet another Dragonfish site serving nothing but the usual fare.
If you’ve ever played any other online Bingo sites in this network you’ll know exactly what to expect, despite the exciting take-off!
Landing on the homepage you’ll find a stylish design themed like an airport lounge, there’s a schedules board with the upcoming games and tabs to the main pages shaped like chairs, but get below the skin and it’s the same gameplay, promotions, and design as the 100 or so other sites in this network.
As with the others, registration is simple, and you don’t need to enter card details to check out the site, but if you want to play you’ll need to make a deposit, and at the time of testing, there was a promo offering a £30 bonus for a first deposit of £20.
The Mile High Bingo lobby looks like pretty much every other one in the Dragonfish network.
Bingo & Other Games
If you decide to sign up you can find out more about the games under the Games tab, and select Play Now to open the lobby, where you’ll find traditional 90 ball and the America 75 pattern ball Bingo options, with networked Coverall and Progressive jackpots, a few good Team Bingo tournaments, and High 5 Bingo for something a bit different.
As with the rest of the Dragonfish empire, you’ll find the Bingo rooms in a standard format with card selection on the left-hand column, and easy auto-buy option, plus pre-buy if you don’t want to miss out on any games.
All the information you need about the games, your details, and your roomies is there at a glance, and there is a selection of mini-games available while you’re waiting for the Bingo to kick off.
If you’re pedantic about how you want your room setup there is a tool to tailor the page to suit you, with options to alter sound effects, the caller styles, and even your preference for the look of your dauber. You’ll also be spoiled for choice when it comes to emoticons in the chat room!
To get a bit of a Bingo breather, head back to the lobby to check out some of the other games available, with most of the latest and greatest games available in Slots, Instants, and most of the classic Casino tables can be found here too.
Promotions & Bonuses
While we were reviewing the site we caught the end of the Spring Sale promo, offering some large bonuses on deposits for the Bank Holiday weekend, but short of time travel, by the time you read this, it will, unfortunately, be over.
Coming up in June is the Sure Win promotion, with a pot of £2,500 guaranteed for 1 line, 2 line, and full house winners, plus £500 for all to share.
Other than that, it’s all the usual suspects like Happy Hour with loads of cheap games and fun pub quizzes, the £777 Lucky Jackpot with a chance to win the aforementioned £777, compete with other Slots fans in the Sweetie Land Tournament, and boost those loyalty points with the 2 Million Race.
And, yes, here you can join the Mile High Club without even leaving your home! The loyalty scheme rewards regulars with benefits and perks the more you pay and play – you can also earn points in the many chat games available, so keep an eye on those.
If you need some additional support there’s a good list of FAQs in the help section, or there’s 24-hour online help which can be contacted from within the game rooms too.
We like the concept of this site and the cheeky use of the Mile High Club for its loyalty scheme, but that’s where our happy travels ended folks.
Maybe it was jet lag, but we almost fell asleep when we saw the same gameplay, promotions, and prizes as most of the other sites on the network – so we’d recommend choosing another destination in future!