Sailor Bingo recently made the change over to the impressive Broadway Gaming bingo platform. So what about the overall gaming package? Read on as we take a look out how easy the site is to navigate, how it looks, and the kind of customer support you can expect. We’ll also be evaluating game variety and the quality of promotions currently available.
On desktops, Sailor Bingo features a huge but well-designed promotional header featuring a cartoon seascape. Additional oceanic effects have been added to each page including a logo complete with anchor. The home page is divided into a number of colored sections that preview the bingo and slot games.
We were pleased to see that the designers have taken the time to make their game lobby look distinctive. Instead of the featureless grid of thumbnails found on so many competitor websites, the tiles on Sailor Bingo are framed nicely and much larger. So all in all, the website looks professional. It’s also pretty intuitive – a horizontal menu sits atop each page allowing for easy navigation between the game lobby and promotional areas.
Nothing much changes on smaller screens. The branding is largely retained while the promotional header remains in place. The site worked fine across all devices when we tested it. So how about the games?
As well as offering a large range of popular bingo games, Sailor Bingo also has a good range of online slots big-time providers, including Eyecon, IGT, NextGen Gaming, Pragmatic Play and Realistic Games. Standout slot titles include Action Bank, Bonanza, Butterfly Staxx 1 and 2, Copy Cats, Eye of Horus and Great Rhino. On top of these, you’ve got many of the latest Megaways variants, like Buffalo Rising and Raging Rhino, not to mention Mega Fortune progressives from the likes of Netent.
Bonuses and Promotions
Sailor Bingo has recently updated its welcome offer for new players. Instead of the typical deposit match bonus, they have opted for something a bit more exciting. Players get the chance to spin the wheel to try and win 50 free spins, that they can use on the Irish Luck game.
What happens if you win and you get the 50 free spins? The team at Sailor Bingo have done something a little different to the norm here as well. When you play through your 50 spin, you are welcome to cash out, as soon as you have deposited $5 of funds and wagered through them. yes, this is unusual, but in our view, the requirements are a lot less, they are easy to understand and it makes it easier to win, so all good!
Sailor Bingo offers their loyal players a lot of ongoing promotions, to help keep them engaged. Their recent April offer was a big hit. For this promotion, registered players that accumulate points by wagering cash can take advantage of monthly passes for use with Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney. These are handed to gamers who finish in the top 20 places of the Awesome April leader-board.
Yet more treats can be accessed via the Awards Ahoy allurement. There are three levels, offering things like free spins and bingo tickets, monthly cash-back and the chance to win a $250 jackpot. Customers who deposit enough funds will eventually reach level 10 where they’ll be eligible for extra perks such as a VIP manager and a mystery gift.
A detailed FAQ section is available for questions about banking, security, game-play and registration. A telephone number has also been provided. Although we couldn’t find an email form, despite the FAQ section making mention of one, two email addresses can be found in the ‘making a complaint’ section – one directs to a manger, the other to the help team.
Final Thoughts on Sailor Bingo
When it comes to games, Sailor Bingo nails it. As well as bingo, there’s an outstanding range of big-brand slots and progressive jackpots. And there’s nothing wrong with design or player experience either. The website operates well on desktops and laptops. However, three promotions aren’t going to cut it with many players, particularly those who’ve become accustomed to greater variety – these days most successful operators feature entire suites of perks for new and existing players. And they’re not that generous either. The sign up bonus is well below par. The omission of live dealer casino games is a shame too. Nonetheless, if you can ignore some of these shortcomings, then there’s no reason why you shouldn’t enjoy this well-established casinos.
Dale is an author for InsideCasino and an expert in the iGaming sector, with his specialist areas in online casinos, iGaming and slot games. Dale has written hundreds of casino reviews and expert iGaming articles over the last 15 years.