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Last update: 21st July 2021
Giant Bingo is powered by Dragonfish and is part of the group of bingo sites that includes Costa Bingo and more recently the likes of Kingdom of Bingo and Rewind Bingo.
The Giant Bingo site is fairly basic in terms of design and layout. In fact, it looks rather bare since the cartoon giant Finn was removed (which was required after the Gambling Commission cracked down on the use of cartoon images to promote gambling sites). Although the jackpot games still look as if they are giant themed, once you get inside the lobby you’ll find that the rooms don’t have any of those fanciful names any more. For example, “Fi-Fo-Fun” is actually called “Sunday Free JP” and “Bones For Bread” is actually called “Monday 5 Line” (and is the same game as you’ll find on the Dragonfish network under the name “Dreamy Monday”).
The reason why the rooms don’t have those fanciful names inside the lobby is that they are widely networked rather than being exclusive to Giant Bingo. This is a good thing as it increases the player base and therefore the prize money. Most of the rooms are networked with 888ladies, Wink Bingo and several others as well as the dozen or so original sites in the Costa group.
Still exclusive to the Costa group are loyalty rooms, a series of free Friday evening games for the week’s depositors, the newbie room which has small cash prizes for your first 24 hours, and the special free ticket rooms where you can redeem the welcome offer bingo tickets. They run on a regular schedule rather than just once a day or once a week, so you won’t be competing against too many other players for the modest cash prizes.
There aren’t too many bonuses on offer at Giant Bingo, and all the free ticket offers pay winnings in cash, so you will rarely have to worry about wagering requirements. Should you decide to trade your Diamonds (loyalty coins) in for a bonus it is worth knowing that although there are hundreds of slot games inside the lobby at Giant Bingo (many, many more than you would think from just visiting the home page) quite a lot of them are real money only. And quite a lot of the bingo rooms are also real money only.
Not a site, then, where you’ll be able to claim a big bonus – and even if you could there wouldn’t be a whole lot you could do with it. But possibly worth a visit if that’s not an issue for you.