Many daily newspapers are launching their own internet bingo sites, some of whom have been around a while; the latest is Mail Bingo from the Daily Mail. Mail Bingo joins St Minver alongside sites like Littlewoods Bingo and Paparazzi Bingo. Mail Bingo, and all sites on the St Minver network, are powered by the bingo software supplied by Parlay Entertainment.
As with all sites on this platform Mail Bingo offer all new players £1’s worth of free bingo to try the site out before taking advantage of the 100% cash match on any first deposit up to a value of £125.
When you open the home page although the domain is actually named Mail Bingo it would appear the actual name of their bingo is Coffee Break Bingo; the opening flash graphics on the site advertise Coffee Break Bingo. Even though this could get a little confusing it doesn’t take away from the game play at Mail Bingo; it’s as you would expect from a site using the Parlay Entertainment software.
The only issue I had with Mail Bingo was that there aren’t enough “play now” buttons dotted around the page. I like to be able to find the bingo game easily. It would appear that they have spent more time putting a lot of information on the site than taking into consideration the ease of getting to the actual bingo game at Mail Bingo.
The colours are a little dull but then in all honesty so is the Daily Mail, I’m more of your Sun type of girl. The colour scheme at Mail Bingo I think has been predetermined by the rest of the Daily Mail Bingo site but don’t let this put you off; as with all internet bingo sites under the St Minver hat there are some great bingo promotions as well as things like Free Bingo days, BOGOF specials and even a free daily scratchcard if you are a depositing player.