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Not to be confused with Heart Bingo, Bingo Hearts is part of the group of Dragonfish network bingo sites launched (or relaunched, as the case may be) in 2015 as 888 Holdings house brands.
Like every one of its sister sites apart from Celeb Bingo, Bingo Hearts was in a spot of bother in 2017 when the Gambling Commission asked operators to stop using images that might appeal to children in advertising, including on their own site. The original design of Bingo Hearts was full of hearts, flowers and smiling bingo ball creatures and it was just all too cute and cartoony to pass muster. The result was that most of the theming was removed and for the best part of three years the site looked half finished.
The most recent redesign certainly makes Bingo Hearts look complete again, even though it reduces the theming to a simple bingo ball with a heart on which appears in a banner at the top of pages on the public areas of the site. It also doesn’t extend inside the lobby – where literally the only thing that sets it apart from sister sites is the logo (all of the bingo rooms and slots are exactly the same as at every other site in the group).
Many but not all of the bingo rooms are visible from the Bingo Games page you see prior to login, and they are properly synched to the lobby so you can get an idea of the prizes on offer and the number of players. There’s plenty of choice of 90 ball, 75 ball pattern, 5 line and 52 ball bingo but apart from some jackpot games which run in their own room (such as the invitation only monthly Big £10K) it is never very busy (probably because there’s no ability to buy tickets in advance from the schedule at Dragonfish sites).
The selection of a hundred or so slots you see prior to login, however, is NOT a proper indication of what’s inside the lobby and the search facility isn’t synched with the lobby either; once you login you’ll find that there are getting on for a thousand games available to play (be aware, though, that some are cash only and can’t be played with bonus).
Bingo Hearts and its sister sites do have one feature that is not seen at other Dragonfish network bingo sites and that is the loyalty shop; the scheme covers other sites too – 888Ladies and Costa Bingo are two of them – and you can collect loyalty coins at one site and redeem them at another if you so wish.
Finally, a warning – you will need a mobile phone to register and play at Bingo Hearts, as you have to verify your account by entering a code which is sent by SMS. If you’re OK with that, Bingo Hearts is a perfectly decent but bog standard Dragonfish network site.
Dragonfish network Responsible Gaming content is accessible from the footer of the public part of the site and from “useful links” in account settings inside the lobby. It includes the usual advice, links and tools.