This site made its first appearance in mid 2012 and so is a relative newcomer to the scene compared to many others.
Zingo is part of the small independent 15 Network which is also fairly new but already has a number of sites under its belt.
Both the site and the network are promising great things in terms of new ideas and the bingo experience they offer to their customers.
Although they are a network site the fact that they’re attempting to do things differently is a welcome breath of fresh air.
As experienced bingo players know all too well, many of the existing networked sites out there suffer from a severe lack of imagination.
Retaining more players and attracting new ones only requires a bit more effort on the part of the site in question.
Judging by the positive feedback that Zingo Bingo has received elsewhere on the net it’s clear that they have made the extra effort and it’s paying off.
How it looks
The first thing that hits you when the site loads up is the pink, lots and lots of pink!
The site has a welcoming feel to it and the clear arrangement of the front page is sure to make newbies feel right at home straight away.
Zingos main business is bingo so the six menu buttons at the top of the screen take you to the usual places you might expect including the signup page, the offers page, the winners info page plus a help page.
Aside from the menu the front page is dominated by the site’s current deals, a spinning bonus wheel and a box where they show off who’s won what.
Like most sites these days Zingo Bingo has a Facebook page and it’s really encouraging to see that they have, as of the date of this review, over 1200 likes so they must be popular!
The rooms themselves are thoughtfully laid out with nice clear cards and the chat area placed over on the right hand side.
Our one criticism of the general layout is that prospective players can’t see the room activity on the front page as this can only be seen in the lobby.
Zingo Bingo offers 90 and 75 ball game types split over a total of 8 rooms and ticket prizes start nice and low at one penny.
Chat games are a big feature here and they attract good player numbers plus there’s a twice weekly chat tourney event where you can club together and go for bigger prizes.
A handful of the rooms have guaranteed jackpots with one of them regularly offering a £1000 pot if you’re lucky enough.
Once you are in the lobby you can also get a good idea what’s going on by checking out the contents of the 75 and 90 ball tabs.
Within the tabs you can see what prizes are up for grabs, details of the chat hosts (if any) and most importantly the number of people playing.
The player numbers in the rooms aren’t massive but there are enough to enjoy the social aspects of the game.
The site has a good vibe to it and so it’s only a matter of time until the numbers grow and it starts to get properly busy.
While you’re on the site be sure to take full advantage of the chat features they have to offer as this really improves the experience on sites like this one.
The players are a friendly lot and Zingos strong tie to their Facebook page has given the site a real feeling of community.
If you fancy a break from the bingo then there are some side games to play which are unique to the Jumpman Gaming software used by the site.
It’s not a huge selection but the ones they have are very playable and include slots, table games and instants in the form of scratchcards.
All of the side games are easily accessible once you’re in play and you can swap between them to find the one that suits you best.
Offers and Promotions
Loyalty is handsomely rewarded at Zingo and players can collect loyalty points in a number of ways including playing team bingo, simply playing in general and bringing a friend to the site.
As mentioned earlier, there are plenty of chat games to get involved in including one held on a Friday as part of the Party Night promotion.
There are regular daily and monthly guaranteed jackpot amounts in the 90 ball rooms and the card prices vary between 2p and 50p to cater to every budget.
New players are welcomed with a 200% first deposit bonus and they can then spin the bonus wheel to earn an extra random amount which varies from £10 to £2500.
Bear in mind though that realistically, the top amount of £2500 won’t just drop in to your lap on your first visit!
Being a relatively small site, players will find they can only deposit using a handful of payment methods including Mastercard and Visa but Zingo have all the usual top quality safeguards in place to protect your personal and payment info.
If you find yourself stuck at any point then you can get help using all the normal methods including checking out the FAQ, via email or by calling their local rate number.