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Inspector Bingo

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  • British bingo site with a detective theme specialising in 90 and 75-ball bingo.
  • Claim a no deposit bonus of £5 plus 10 free spins when you sign up and validate your card.
  • Play NetEnt slots such as Aloha Cluster Pays, Fluffy Favourites and many more.
  • Enjoy scratch cards along with table games like baccarat, blackjack and roulette.

Inspector Bingo Review

There are many ways to deliver bingo, a game that’s best served with a liberal helping of silly. After all, the game itself, which comprises watching a series of balls rattle out of a hopper and assemble in a line, isn’t the most exciting way of passing the time. Sure, it’s fun for a while, but you need to have something else to provide an edge, and in the case of Inspector Bingo that comes in the form of a detective chewing a pipe and wearing a fedora. He’s sort of a geekier version of Sherlock Holmes and he’s here to help you hone your sleuthing skills.

Unlike some bingo sites which only pay lip service to their theme, a real effort has been made to integrate it here, with bonuses and a VIP club based around the notion of cracking the case and gaining promotion to detective by working your way up the leaderboard each month. Inspector Bingo is a mobile-friendly site which has been designed for British players – British women mostly, for they are by far the greatest consumers of bingo in all its forms. There’s also a casino though stocked with NetEnt slots mostly and a few promotions to spice things up.

About Inspector Bingo

Inspector Bingo is operated by Cassava Enterprises Ltd who are based in Gibraltar. Historically and statistically, the vast majority of their bingo sites and casinos are generic and awful, but they’ve started upping their game of late. Although they still churn out the same tired old slots and promotions, they’ve at least revamped the look of their newest sites. Launched in 2017, Inspector Bingo is fresh off the boat and about as slick as it gets. Okay, so it’s not a thing of beauty, but it’s a nicely designed site alright.

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One area where Cassava Enterprises always fall down is when it comes to social media. They’re literally incapable of creating and maintaining a social media page for longer than a few days at best. It’s weird: they’ll go to the bother of creating an account, adding profile pics and a cover photo and making a couple of posts before giving up the ghost altogether. The Inspector Bingo Facebook hasn’t been updated since April and it’s unlikely to ever be updated again. Once Inspector Bingo give up on social, they don’t come back to it. If you need to get hold of customer support, there’s a freephone UK telephone number provided which is in operation from 9am to 1am seven days a week and you can also send them an email.

Clues About Banking

Cassava Enterprises don’t do banking pages, instead providing a list of payment provider logos in the footer coupled with a little more information in their FAQ. The scrolling list of logos that characterises all sites by this operator comprises Paysafecard, Neteller, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Entropay, PayPal, Paysafecard and bank transfer. When you consult the FAQ you will learn that withdrawal requests take 48 hours to be processed. After that, you’ll be able to receive your funds within 2-3 days in the case of Neteller, PayPal and UK MasterCard. Other options can take a good bit longer, not least bank transfer.

Penny Evenings

The welcome bonus available at Inspector Bingo is 10 spins on the White Wizard slot, with no deposit required, and also a free £5 bonus. When you click through to the promotions page, you’ll learn that other promos include Penny Evening, where there are cheap bingo tickets to be purchased from 8pm. You’ve also got the xCite loyalty card scheme, which isn’t very exciting at all, but does at least reward regular players with a little bit extra on the side. There’s also the prospect of the leaderboard to aim for. Will you become a top inspector and enjoy all the rewards that are commensurate with such a position?

Inspector Bingo Bonus and Promotion

Type
Amount
Match
Playthrough
Claim
Welcome Bonus
£5 + 10 Free Spins
N/A
None

Other bonuses and promotions worth watching out for at Inspector Bingo are Late Night Show, in which there’s up to £100 in real money to be won. This is limited to just “75 lucky players”. Given that this offer is available at literally hundreds of other Cassava Enterprises sites, it’s not particularly exclusive or exciting. The same can be said of The 2 Million Race, in which 40 players are selected at random to share two million loyalty points. This will be split across all of Cassava Enterprises’ sites, so it’s unlikely you’ll succeed here.

Ticket Prices

Cassava Enterprises are an operator who like their 75 and 90-ball bingo and give short shrift to anything else. In fairness, these are the games that British players tend to go for. Still, it would be nice if they’d switch things up occasionally and offer the odd 30 or 80-ball game.

Tickets for the bingo games available at Inspector Bingo vary between 1p and £1 depending on the value of the jackpot at stake. You’ve got rooms with names such as 90SEXTREME and PENNYEVENING to entertain you. There’s no sexy fun times to be had in the former room by the way – it’s meant to be 90s Extreme but the contraction and capitalisation and lack of spacing doesn’t do it any favours.

Tired Looking Games

The slots at Inspector Bingo look very tired, especially if you’ve come from playing at other sites by this operator. You’ve got Fluffy Favourites as the featured game, just as it is at all of their other casinos and bingo sites. There’s nothing particularly wrong with this progressive jackpot game but it’s odd that it’s Cassava Enterprises’ go-to game all over the web. It’s not that good. NetEnt are the primary developer they’re partnered with so you’ll also find Aloha Cluster Pays and a few others in this vein. Aside from slots, you’ve got some fine looking scratch cards like Asteroids and a few table games as well; Baccarat, Roulette and suchlike. It’s not the largest casino in the world, but it’ll do the job if you’re looking to kill some time in between playing bingo.

Inspector Bingo Conclusion

Inspector Bingo is a better than average site with an effective and inoffensive theme and a strong design. The bingo games are reasonable, if unexciting, and the same can be said of the slots. There’s nothing new here that hasn’t been done at dozens of other sites by this operator but at least they’ve tried to skin a different site. Inspector Bingo is better than most of its sister sites, even if it’s just the same when you peer beneath the surface.

The range of deposit options is good enough, as is customer service and withdrawal times. It would be great if there were some new regular promotions or some new slots or just some new anything really. Unfortunately there’s none of that, so you’ll just need to muddle by with what is available here. Inspector Bingo does the job and is perfectly capable for the purposes of playing bingo with a side order of slots.

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