Red Bus Bingo
Red Bus Bingo Review
As the nursery rhyme goes – “The wheels on the bingo bus go round and round, round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bingo bus go round and round, all day long”, or at least something like that, but are you going to want to hop on board and join the ride along with Red Bus Bingo?
Part of the extensive 888 Holding Network the site made its first journey in April 2010 and was streets ahead of the competition at the time in terms of the games available and ways it could be played. Since then the competition has definitely caught up, some have even overtaken it, but Red Bus Bingo certainly still has lots going for it.
A nice-looking bingo site, Red Bus Bingo is both bright and colourful with a layout that makes good use of the brand name
A nice-looking bingo site, Red Bus Bingo is both bright and colourful with a layout that makes good use of the brand name. On a desktop the site background is a street with a cartoon London backdrop, the main information overlay designed to look like a double decker bus, the logo also suits the rest of the theme being a bus ticket. Red Bus Bingo is attractive and well thought out resulting in a bingo site that is both visually relevant to the name and fun.
As with other sites in the Network that includes both 888Ladies Bingo and T-Rex Bingo, Red Bus Bingo is powered by the Dragonfish software. A tried and tested platform the games run well and although nothing out of the ordinary the range of games is still decent enough with both 90 ball and 75 ball bingo rooms available, casino games, instants and slots. One aspect of the site we did like was the number of free bingo games both for newbies and longer term members, with games held every day of the week offering real cash prizes. Members also have access to the VIP Gem Club, with additional bonuses and rewards for the more dedicated player.
Those players requiring help have an option of Live Chat, telephone and email support, with a FAQ section covering more regularly asked questions. As with other sites in the Network, before joining in the fun, visitors must first register their details and become members, a quick process that only takes a few minutes.
One of the better 888 Holdings bingo sites, Red Bus Bingo is certainly worth a ride. The site is fun to look at, has a reasonable range of games, some great free bingo rooms and a number of generous bonuses. It may no longer be streets ahead of the competition but still has more than enough going for it, recommended.
Mobile & Tablet Gaming
Similarly to other bingo sites in the 888 Holdings Network that also use the Dragonfish software, with no separate dedicated mobile app available to install for either iOS or Android devices, those players who would like to play Red Bus Bingo on a mobile device should head to the normal website address.
fun to look at, has a reasonable range of games, some great free bingo rooms and a number of generous bonuses
Visitors will be redirected to a mobile optimised version of the site featuring all the same games and promotions as the desktop site presented in a layout better suited to the smaller screen with a similar look and feel. Once selected, games typically take 10-15 seconds to download and thanks to the tried and tested software run glitch free.
Red Bus Bingo on a mobile provides players with a similar experience as the desktop version of the site and is a great option for those who like to dip in and out of the games or play on the go. We can confirm that it is also suitable for a quick blast on an actual bus.
RedBus Bingo Social Media Pages
With only one account currently available, a Facebook page, Red Bus Bingo only has a limited social media presence.
The page itself has around 4,500 followers (at time of review) and is branded to match the main website, although the profile image is not sized correctly and cropped. Posts feature a mix of promotional material with the odd fun image, although having not been updated since June 2015 none of this is relevant to the current site, making the account redundant and not one we can recommend following.