*New players only, min deposit £10, £8 max win per 10 spins, max bonus conversion equal to lifetime deposits (up to £250), 65x wagering requirements and full T&Cs apply.
About Dove Bingo
When Dove Bingo first joined the network back in 2015 it offered new players a bonus that was slightly different from that available on other sites on the network. Players who made their first deposit were asked to pick one of the doves in the Pick A Dove bonus game. Sadly, this was dropped when things were revamped.
The simplicity of the site may hold appeal for the online bingo newcomer, but for the seasoned player, the chances are they will find it lacking in substance. The loss of the chat rooms made the player disconnect even more apparent. However, if you’re not looking for the social aspect of the bingo game online, you won’t be disappointed with the choice of games.
Like any bingo site, Dove Bingo has its good and bad points but sadly, the latter are more apparent than the former.
|Welcome Offer||Up to 500 free spins can be won on the Mega Wheel*|
|Best Deposit Methods||Debit Card, Paysafecard, Pay By Mobile, PayPal|
|Bingo Software||Pragmatic Play and Jumpman Gaming|
The welcome offer from Dove Bingo is standard to the network with the chance to win up to 500 free spins on the popular Eyecon slot, Fluffy Favourites.
The chances are though that you will find yourself with one of the secondary prizes from your spin of the Mega Wheel following your initial deposit of £10.
This could be either 10, 20 or 50 spins on Irish Luck or Fluffy Favourites, an Amazon voucher, or if you are really unlucky, nothing at all.
Whilst it is great to receive a spin on the Mega Wheel and the chance to win some free spins, there are some rules to the bonus offer for new players.
- It is only available to players making their first deposit of at least £10.
- The maximum that you can win with every 10 spins is £8.
- If you win an Amazon voucher then it will be emailed to the address that you registered your account with.
- All the winnings generated from the free spins are paid as bonus funds.
- Bonus funds have wagering requirements of 65x the bonus amount before funds are converted to real cash.
Please note that wagering requirements and bonus information is subject to change. Make sure you verify the accuracy of all promotional related details on the official website.
Deposit and Withdrawal
When it comes to choice in depositing options, they are limited at Dove Bingo. With that said, the most popular options are available – debit cards and PayPal – with Paysafecard and Pay By Mobile also options.
You will be charged a fee of £2.50 if you use the Pay By Mobile option for funding your account. This charge is applied for deposits of £5, £10 or £20.
The minimum deposit required is £10 and the minimum value of a withdrawal has to be £10.
Currently, all sites on this network charge £2.50 for all withdrawal!
The mainstay promotion, the one that stands out from all the others available at this site, is their Trophies offering. At all Jumpman Gaming sites you have the opportunity to earn Trophies, and then extra Mega Wheel spins, just by playing at the site. Bingo and slots will earn you Trophies and the more you play, the more you earn. The more you earn, the higher your loyalty level rises and the more rewards will be given.
The rest of the promotional schedule at this site looks like a mirror image of those available at other sites on the same software/network. This includes 5% daily cashback, 20+ free spins every time you reload your account with £20 or more, the chance to win up to 500 free spins during Happy Hours every Wednesday and Winner Winner Chicken Dinner which sees one lucky player every month receiving a £50 Just Eat voucher.
Dove Bingo bonus codes are not traditionally awarded as promotional offers. However, if you do sign up to the site and agree to receive marketing material from them, you may find that you get an additional Mega Wheel spin via your email inbox or SMS.
Should we be furnished with an exclusive bonus code for the brand, you will find it listed in this section of our review for your use.
Bingo and Slots Games
Originally Dove Bingo was powered by the Jumpman Gaming software solely but it was in early 2020, Pragmatic Play joined the offering to further enhance the bingo offering.
This improved the bingo portfolio at the site, increasing the variety of games available to players.
You can now play 75, 80, and 90 ball games as well as the Bingo Millions game.
At the time of the review (November 2020), there were 11 different bingo rooms to choose from.
To complement the selection of bingo available at the site, there are several themed slots and instant win games to choose from. At the last count, 600+ were available.
In amongst the titles available you will find games from NetEnt, Slingo, Eyecon, Pragmatic Play, Microgaming, and many more.
The support at Dove Bingo isn’t the best we have come across from a bingo site. The FAQ section is lacking in information and there are limited ways in which to contact help and support.
The only way to contact support is via email at Support@DoveBingo.com.
They do advise that you message them via their Facebook page but on visiting, there seemed to be many disgruntled players who had not received responses to emails or messages.
Dove Bingo is one of many Jumpman Bingo Sites and as such, has several brands that are considered to be sister sites.
With over 80 brands on the network at the last count, it would take us forever to list all of the sister sites; below are just a few examples:
Dove Bingo has not advertised their product on television since launch and is unlikely to do so at any point in the future.
However, should they choose to market their brand in this way, details of the commercial will be found here.
Dove Bingo, like many other sites on the same network, has plenty to offer by way of choice in both bingo and slots but lacks the community feel of other big-name brands. It’s getting the same star rating of 3.5 as many of its sister brands because, like them, it has nothing different to offer. The problem is that the brand meets industry standards, but it is just that, standard!