Ignite Bingo Sites
Ignite bingo sites have some of the very best promotions in the business. There’s chat tourneys, prize draws, free and penny games with excellent prizes and most months, several of the sites have at least one big promotion with a special prize game to win a holiday or something of similar value. There used to be various ways to collect free cards to these games but this has all now been streamlined and they go on sale in the bingo lobby in the normal way.
The Ignite bingo sites have a cross-site loyalty scheme called the Diamond Club. Diamonds from any site can be used to collect a bonus at any other site as long as you have a funded account there.
Ignite sites run on the Dragonfish platform but the chat works more like Virtue Fusion with each site having its own chat room even where the games are networked (some are, some are not). This, together with the exclusive promotions and the theming going deeper than just the home page, means that each site very much has its own identity.
Another important plus point about the Ignite sites is that they have regular 75 and 90 ball rooms where the maximum card purchase is a relatively low 24 cards, making maxing out less expensive than elsewhere.
The Ignite free bingo rooms and jackpot games are networked. Unusually, the free newbie room pays prizes in cash (not bingo bonus) but players can access it for just 24 hours following registration. The other free rooms require a recent deposit.
The Ignite sites also have access to the 888 massively networked 90 ball room from 7pm with £1000 fixed jackpot for the first game.
Ignite had a long standing flagship promotion – a £10,000 network sliding jackpot game at 10pm every Friday – but this was replaced in May 2018 by five hourly £1000 jackpot games. Players can claim up to 6 cards for these games (on the day of the game only) but to be allowed into the bingo room they need to have made a deposit in the last 6 days.
A second network sliding jackpot game played on Sunday nights but was a much poorer proposition as the ball count required to win the £5000 jackpot was ludicrously low at 29 calls. The sliding jackpot was removed as part of the reorganisation, and the £500 baseline prize redistributed to give half ofit to 1TG/2TG. Since the cards to this game are also free it is well worth claiming them any week you have made the necessary deposit at a participating site.