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Last update: 16th November 2023
Mint Bingo was new on Dragonfish for autumn 2020. It’s got the same bingo rooms as most other Dragonfish bingo sites.
If you, like us, weren’t entirely sure what the name Mint Bingo refers to and were wondering whether it’s minty fresh (like toothpaste) or freshly minted (like a new penny), the answer is of course neither – it’s mint in the sense of brilliant and they continue the British slang theme by talking about lush bingo rooms and a tidy selection of slots.
The selection of bingo rooms on the Dragonfish network is indeed pretty lush, with a number of 75 and 90 ball rooms plus specials such as Bounce’T (where the prize amount bounces around) and Wow (where all the prizes are slot spins). There’s a few high participation big money games plus plenty of quieter rooms when you’ve got a better chance of winning something.
Slots wise there are over 500 games including Bonanza, Rainbow Riches and many others, with progressive jackpots including Super Jackpots versions of many Eyecon games. All are accessible from within Dragonfish’s new “Snow White” platform which brings bingo, slots and the promotions page all into one easy-to-use lobby, regardless of device. It’s quite a minimalistic lobby, however, with little attempt to categorise the games in any way. If you know the name of the game you want to play, you can just search, but otherwise you’ll have to browse through hundreds of games. Perhaps that’s why they pop up a little box from time to time suggesting a slot game you might like.
The operator behind Mint is also responsible for a string of other Dragonfish sites and they certainly know a thing or two about how to treat players. We expect Mint to be just as popular as their other sites – enjoy!
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