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Fancy Bingo Sister Sites

Fancy Bingo sister sites
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Fancy Bingo sister sites include BBQ Bingo, Velvet Slots, Spy Bingo and Frozen Bingo. Fancy Bingo is operated by Grand Battery Holdings Limited, licence number 58267 which operates 237 sister sites in total.

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Fancy Bingo Information

Name Fancy Bingo
#No. of Sister Sites 235
Best Sister Sites Velvet Slots, BBQ Bingo, Bumble Bingo, Frozen Bingo and Spy Bingo
Owner/Operator Grand Battery Holdings Limited: Hospitality House, 16-20 Cumberland Street South, Dublin, D02Y097, Ireland
Sister sites status 50 Active, 160 White Labels and 25 Inactive sister sites. 235 total sister casinos.
UKGC Licence page UKGC Licence: 58267
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Twitter @fancybingo
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Fancy Bingo Sister Sites

Velvet Slots logo

Velvet Slots is something of a rarity among the Fancy Bingo sister sites. Most of the Grand Battery Holdings Limited iGaming sites are bingo sites, but there were one or two casino and slots sites also included in the package deal that saw all the sites move from 888 UK Limited to their new home. Velvet Slots is one of them, but is barely distinguishable from most of the others. The casino sites on this network tend to follow a pattern; they have unique splash banner graphics and names, but their promotions and game portfolios are clones of each other.

Velvet Slots is an excellent case in point for what we’ve said above. The welcome promotion is modest, as it has a cap of £50 in matched deposit funds, but the wagering requirements attached to it are fair at x30. The collection of five hundred (ish) slots that the site comes with is also modest by modern standards, but all your tried-and-trusted favourites are there. You won’t find any promotions at Velvet Slots save for the welcome bonus. It’s a cookie-cutter template, and the template allows the operator to keep churning out Fancy Bingo sister sites that look exactly like it.

Frozen Bingo logo

This iGaming site, as you can see from the icy logo above, is called Frozen Bingo. A cynic would say that it really ought to be called Frozen In Time Bingo. Fancy Bingo is never going to win much praise from anybody for its graphics or its layout, but it’s an oil painting compared to some of the older Fancy Bingo sister sites. Frozen Bingo isn’t even the worst of the lot – but it’s pretty bad. Under the “welcome” section on the homepage, the site promises to send chills down your spine. Presumably, that’s because you’ll briefly wonder if you’ve travelled back in time when you land on its homepage.

Our main concern with the Fancy Bingo sister sites that look like Frozen Bingo – and Frozen Bingo itself – is that they give the appearance of no longer being maintained. The perfect example of this is the fact that Vlad’s Castle is still listed as a new addition on the Frozen Bingo homepage. Putting aside the fact that Vlad’s Castle is a slots game rather than a bingo room, Eyecon released it in 2019. That’s a few years ago now, but Frozen Bingo hasn’t moved on. Almost as a nail in the coffin of the site’s viability, several of the links from the homepage are broken.

Bumble Bingo logo

Somebody forgot to paint the bees in on the homepage of Bumble Bingo. There’s no doubt that there’s supposed to “bee” such a theme here (sorry for the terrible pun); there wouldn’t be a honeycomb symbol next to the “home” button if the theme were supposed to be anything else. That makes the absence of bees all the stranger. Bumble Bingo is not, by any means, the only one of the Fancy Bingo sister sites to make such a glaring error of omission with its theme, but the fact that other sites have made the same mistake doesn’t make it any easier to understand.

In terms of the meat and potatoes of its content, Bumble Bingo would be better suited to life as a casino and slots site than it is as a bingo site. It isn’t blessed with a huge gaming portfolio, but from what little it has, it chooses to showcase its top slots on its homepage before it attempts to introduce any bingo games or rooms. In fact, you’ll be hard-pressed to find any bingo rooms linked to the Bumble Bingo homepage at all – it takes quite a lot of digging to get to them. Again, this is a strange design misstep.

Chit Chat Bingo logo

There are quite a few Fancy Bingo sister sites that have official connections to and licences from glossy celebrity magazines. Woman Bingo is one of them, as is Chat Mag Bingo and Pick Me Up Bingo. The name “Chit Chat Bingo” sounds like it should belong to the same group, but it doesn’t. There’s no Chit Chat Magazine – the name of Chit Chat Bingo was presumably chosen merely because it sounds catchy. As soon as you arrive on the Chit Chat Bingo homepage, though, you’ll find that the site has committed the same offence as Bumble Bingo. In fact, it’s done even worse.

Consider the fact that the name of this member of the Fancy Bingo sister sites family is “Chit Chat Bingo,” and then consider the contents of the banner on its homepage. It offers a £5 slot bonus (no deposit necessary) for anyone who signs up, plus a matched “slot bonus” deposit of up to £50 for players who decide to splash some cash. Along with the bonus comes 150 free spins on one of the site’s top slot games. The promotion makes no reference whatsoever to bingo, which is totally at odds with the list of bingo rooms that appear below it. Chit Chat Bingo doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be.

Polo Bingo logo

You can probably tell quite a lot about someone’s background by asking them what first comes to mind when they hear the word “polo.” Someone who says “horses” or “mallets” is more likely to have grown up around money than someone who says “mints.” We think it’s the horsey definition of the word that inspired the theme of Polo Bingo – or, at least, that’s what we infer from the woman who appears on the splash banner wearing a sparkly hat and tie and carrying a cane. There aren’t any horses in sight, though. It’s a grand, opulent theme for what amounts to a fairly basic iGaming site.

There are very strong similarities between Polo Bingo and Velvet Slots – similarities that shouldn’t really exist when you consider that one of them is a bingo site and one of them is a casino site. If you recall what we said about Bumble Bingo, though, you’ll remember that not all the Fancy Bingo sister sites that claim to be bingo sites should really be described as such. Ultimately, Polo Bingo has four bingo rooms but more than five hundred slots games. Make of that what you will.

Fancy Bingo operator – Grand Battery Holdings Limited

grand battery casinos logo

A new player has emerged in the UK casino industry, and it goes by the name of Grand Battery Holdings Limited. The company has quickly made a name for itself, taking over a whopping 200 sites formerly owned by the 888 Group, all of which are listed under its UK Gambling Commission licence. Established in early 2022, Grand Battery Holdings Limited was created after 888 decided to exit the online bingo scene to focus on sports betting and casino brands, selling off all its iGaming sites that didn’t fit the company’s new direction. The fierce bidding war saw Dublin-based Broadway Gaming shelling out the big money, paying £38m to acquire the sites – a price that raised questions among industry analysts who felt the sites were worth more. Instead of adding the sites to its existing UK Gambling Commission licence, Broadway Gaming opted to create Grand Battery Holdings Limited to manage the newly acquired assets separately from its existing bingo sites.

To say that Grand Battery Holdings Limited has taken an unconventional route doesn’t really cover it: it was founded with the singular goal of obtaining a UK Gambling Commission license and assuming control of Broadway’s former 888 Group sites. Although the company officially took over the sites in February 2022 and holds an independent UK Gambling Commission license, it still isn’t a standalone entity from its parent company. Grand Battery Holdings Limited lacks its own office or registered address and shares its business address with Broadway. Additionally, the company has no employees, a website, or even a business logo. The logo featured above is a custom creation for the purposes of our website. While Grand Battery Holdings Limited operates more casinos than Broadway Gaming, it remains subordinate to its parent company in every way.

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Fancy Bingo Welcome Bonuses

The “children’s party” (we think) theme at Fancy Bingo is a little messy, which makes the terms and conditions of the site’s welcome promotion difficult to read against the background. Having squinted, we can confirm that Fancy Bingo offers a 300% matched deposit bingo bonus on first deposits only. The promotion comes with thirty free spins on Fruit Blast for those who also want to sample Fancy Bingo’s slots. The wagering requirement for the matched deposit is only x2, which is great. It can be ported to slots if you wish, but the wagering requirement increases to x30 if you do so.

Other Promotions

Fancy Bingo rewards its players for sticking around and playing games by dishing out one “Coin” for every £1 they spend on bingo. “Coins” are also handed out for playing slots, but at a more expensive rate of one per £10. With their “Coins,” players can venture into the Fancy Bingo “shop” and buy whatever bonus they please. Each bonus has a price attached, and items up for sale include bonus spins, free bingo tickets, matched deposit codes and more. The idea behind the bonus is that players can pick their own rewards rather than having bonuses pushed on them by the site.

Top Games at Fancy Bingo

We have to give Fancy Bingo at least some credit for getting its priorities in order. If you read what we had to say about the Fancy Bingo sister sites, you’ll know that way too many of them claim to be bingo sites but put slots ahead of bingo games. Fancy Bingo doesn’t do that. Two of its untitled jackpot bingo rooms are in view at all times in the middle of the homepage, and if you hit the “all” tab, you’ll find that Fancy Bingo offers seventeen different bingo rooms in total. None of them have specific names, which is strange, but there are options for every ball count preference and every budget. There are even some free bingo rooms, although, as you can probably imagine, the prizes in those rooms aren’t great.

Customer Support and Licensing

Don’t go looking for live chat support at Fancy Bingo; the feature isn’t currently available. However, users can easily contact the support team using the freephone number 0800 279 7638 or by sending an email to Fancy Bingo abides by the rules set out in UK Gambling Commission license 58267, held by Grand Battery Holdings Limited, which was granted in February 2022. As of yet, the license has remained without blemish, with no warnings or fines imposed.

Withdrawal Speed and Support

Fancy Bingo’s withdrawal system falls short of expectations. Players are restricted to withdrawing funds through UK-registered debit cards or PayPal e-wallets. The process requires a mandatory two-day waiting period for each withdrawal request. Subsequently, PayPal withdrawals may require an additional 2-3 business days to process, and debit card withdrawals could take up to 5 business days to complete. Such prolonged wait times can prove problematic for players, particularly in an age where instant withdrawals have become the norm throughout the gambling industry.

Final Thoughts on Fancy Bingo

Our thoughts of Fancy Bingo would be far kinder if the site wasn’t so ugly. There are plenty of Fancy Bingo sister sites in need of a graphical overhaul, but Fancy Bingo’s low-quality graphics and poorly-chosen colours make it a hard site to love. At its core, though, it has reasonable promotions and a decent selection of bingo rooms. Maybe turn the contrast on your phone or laptop down before visiting the site, and you might be OK.

Fancy Bingo Player Reviews

Here are the thoughts of your fellow players about Fancy Bingo. The reviews are all real, but we’ve paraphrased them to keep them brief.

Fancy Bingo hasn’t attracted any new reviews from players in the past twelve months. We don’t like to present you with old reviews, as they’re not a fair reflection of the site as it is today. Fancy Bingo used to attract reviews regularly until around 2020, so it may have declined in popularity since then. If new reviews appear in the future, we’ll bring them to you here.

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