Bingo Diamond invites you to “chill, chat, and play with friends in our bingo rooms.”
Take a moment to read our Bingo Diamond review to see if it’s a diamond in the rough or just a cheap trick!
About Bingo Diamond
Bingo Diamond is one of 7 online betting brands owned by Broadway Gaming Ltd.
The company acquired Bingo Diamond in 2015 and mentions their sister brands as, “Butlers Bingo, Glossy Bingo, Dotty Bingo, Rosy Bingo, Casino of Dreams, and Lucky 247.”
They operate under a Great British Gambling Commission license.
Although no mobile apps are available, the Bingo Diamond website offers a fresh, modern look, loads quickly, and is responsive on both desktop and mobile browsers.
The games are run with Microgaming software.
If you need help, Bingo Diamond offers 24/7 live chat support as well as the option to email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broadway Gaming Ltd is known for their strict verification process for all their sites and Bingo Diamond is no different.
Which Bingo Games Does Bingo Diamond Offer?
Bingo Diamond only has 6 bingo rooms to choose from but they cover all the basics.
- There are 90 ball, 75 ball, and 30 ball variants available. Four of the games run 24/7, while the remaining 2 are daily games.
- Tickets cost between 5p and 25p, with the jackpots and progressive jackpots being fairly low—the current high jackpot is £44.18.
- There’s usually between 13 and 100 players per game, and it’s possible the 2 daily games attract much higher numbers of players with larger prizes and jackpots. Unfortunately, we couldn’t gain access to the member’s area to confirm this.
Bingo Diamond Loyalty Tokens
Bingo Diamond offers a basic rewards program, similar to its sister sites:
“For every 10 casino credits you wager, we will give you 1 casino credit back in loyalty tokens. You can redeem these in any bingo room under the “loyalty” section of the drop-down menu.”
Bingo Diamond Reviews
According to user reviews, what gives Bingo Diamond its very low user rating of only 1.83/5 stars is the slow withdrawal process, bad rewards program, bad customer support experiences, and a 20 tickets-per-game limitation:
On a different site, however, a huge influx of new players have been giving Bingo Diamond positive reviews and pushing that user rating to a whopping 4.3/5 stars.
Praise is focused on the website design and how great customer service is at helping users fix a plethora of issues:
Still, that didn’t stop some users from calling Bingo Diamond a total rip-off and going into detail about why they feel the bonus points wagering requirements are problematic:
With such a mixed bag of reviews it’s difficult to decide whether it’s worth joining Bingo Diamond so we would recommend proceeding with caution.
If you’ve played there don’t forget to leave your Bingo Diamond review below!