- bingo / slots
- Jumpman Gaming
Bingo Minions, with its slightly odd theme, is part of the well known 15 Network brought to us by JumpMan Gaming. This is a fairly standard destination for online and mobile bingo (75-ball and 90-ball), plus slots, but with nothing too innovative about it.
We feel the need to warn you that you may get an annoying popup stating you have won a bonus, urging you to sign up to get it.
We hate to start out griping in our bingo minions review but we don’t like these sorts of pushy promotional ploys — such cheesy tactics are outdated in today’s bingo industry. If you can get past it, then there are some decent features from Minions that make it a viable gaming option for some (once a member).
Bonuses & Promotions
You can get £20 when you deposit £10, plus a chance with Bingo-Minions’s Spin the Wheel promotion, for £20-£2,500. If you look closely at the T&Cs caption, the caveat is that your maximum win is £100 from bonuses.
So, weigh this offer for yourself: you can bag up to £2,500 in bonus cash, with which you can win up to £100 only. Frankly, we think this is a bit of a lame offer (to be understated about it).
True, there are about seven ongoing promotions to keep members happy. Those include some uninspired names like ‘Monday Madness’ (which gives you a Full House prize when you get only a 1-liner). The other offers also are very common (and yet, they are offered):
- VIP Scheme (‘exclusive benefits’)
- Refer a Friend (5000 loyalty points)
- Newbies Free Bingo
Gaming Options at Minions
You can play 75-ball and 90-ball bingo rooms, and, 5 slot games including Fluffy Favourites (which is somewhat well known) and Shaman’s Dream. Obviously, this site is not for players who are looking for a robust gaming portfolio.
Bingo Minions is best suited for a mobile player who actually prefers a very pared down, basic, small selection of games for playing while commuting or when snatching a game during short breaks.
Deposits & Withdrawals at Minions
Your banking options for depositing and withdrawing any winnings you may make are paltry. We will quote Minions directly:
‘We accept Visa Debit, Visa Credit, Visa Electron, Maestro, Mastercard & Solo.’
In other words, Bingo Minions does not accept e-wallets like Neteller, Skrill, or PayPal (which keep players very safe and secure). The site does not accept cash vouchers like Paysafecard, either (which make it easier for people without credit cards). You only can use credit and debit cards here, the least attractive banking options. — ‘Nuff said.
In closing, we won’t deny that bingo minions on mobile could be a good fit for certain people. If you are planning to use your credit or debit card, check, you could sign up here. If you have a friend who’s urging you to join Minions, then that is a good reason (that person will pick up the Friend Referral points, after all).
For the majority of people, however, we do think there are stronger options than bingo minions on the market.