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Our 2018 Bingo Boutique Review

Let’s have a chat about Bingo Boutique.

Bingo Boutique is a newer bingo hall from Jumpman Gaming. We’ve reviewed several of their casinos and bingo halls already.

This site is a little different in that they use a much softer color palette compared to their other properties. Between the soft blue and reddish-pink color scheme, not to mention the coat hanger logo, it’s clear why many other review portals say this bingo room is for women.

That said, don’t let that stop you from playing if you’re a male, like playing online bingo and like what you read in our review below.

We’re not judging. Seriously.

Whatever your gender, you’re going to want to start with our review below. We cover all the important details regarding Bingo Boutique – their company history, banking options, promos, games and more – that you’ll want to know about before you sign up.

Let’s get started.


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  • Website: www.thebingoboutique.com
  • Launched in 2017
  • Licensed by UK Gambling Commission
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Top-Notch Software Providers
  • Unique Welcome Bonuses
  • Little to No Information About Them
  • Few Casino Games
  • Low Cash Out Limit
  • US Players Not Accepted

Who owns and operates Bingo Boutique? How long have they been in business?

Bingo Boutique is a brand-new bingo room (2017) owned and operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited. They own/operate several other bingo sites, too, such as Oh My Bingo, BingoPort.co.uk, Jupiter Slots and Buddy Slot.

Jumpman Gaming (and their properties) is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. They’re also licensed and regulated in the jurisdiction of Alderney.

How’s their reputation? What do others think of them?

Bingo Boutique is new – they’re less than a year old – so there’s not much information about them online.

Most review sites – none of which I’d trust 100% – endorse them. No real surprise there.

ThePogg.com doesn’t endorse them – also not surprising. ThePogg.com gives two reasons for this:

  • After 180 days, any funds left in your account will be turned over to Bingo Boutique.
  • They don’t exclude progressive jackpot wins from their cash out limits. The Pogg has a problem with this because Bingo Boutique doesn’t pay out the progressive jackpots, the software provider does – therefore, there’s no reason for any money to be withheld.

I checked the terms and conditions, and both complaints are valid.

That said, you’ll find that most gambling sites say that you should not treat your account as a bank account – that you shouldn’t use their site for (long term) storage. I think 6 months is plenty of time to use your funds or cash them out.

As for not excluding progressive wins, I agree with ThePogg.com – this does suck.

That said, there are only a couple of progressive machines currently. So, unless you’re determined to play any progressive machine, there’s a good chance you won’t play one of them (for a variety of reasons), much less win a jackpot from one.

My point – I get what ThePogg.com is saying, but I don’t think either issue is something you need to worry about. I also don’t think it’s worth blacklisting them over – like ThePogg.com has.

Other than that, there’s just not enough information to determine their reputation, for better or for worse.

What countries are prohibited from playing here?

Bingo Boutique does not accept players from the following countries:

  • Afghanistan
  • Algeria
  • Australia
  • Bahamas
  • Bahrain
  • Brunei
  • China
  • Cyprus
  • France
  • French Guiana
  • French Polynesia
  • French Southern Territories
  • French Southern and Antarctic Territories
  • Greece
  • Hong Kong SAR China
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Iran
  • Israel
  • Japan
  • Jordan
  • Libya
  • EU
  • New Zealand
  • North Korea
  • Pakistan
  • Russia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South Korea
  • Sudan
  • Svalbard and Jan Mayen
  • Taiwan
  • Thailand
  • Turkey
  • U.S. Minor Outlying Islands
  • U.S. Miscellaneous Pacific Islands
  • U.S. Virgin Islands
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States
  • Vietnam

How do you contact TheBingoBoutique.com? When are they available?

You can contact Bingo Boutique by using the following channels:

Envelope
LIVE CHAT: Available Mon-Fri, 9:30am – 6pm
WhatsApp: 07911 765080, Mon-Fri, 9:30am – 6pm

I shipped them an email to ask them a question during this review. I received a response in under 24 hours (tolerable), and they attempted to be helpful. I had to send a follow up question as they didn’t answer my first question very well, but that’s not a big deal – it happens.

What payment methods does Bingo Boutique accept?

You can use:

  • Visa Debit
  • Visa Credit
  • Visa Electron
  • Maestro
  • Mastercard
  • Solo

The minimum deposit is £5. However, you’ll need to deposit at least £10 to qualify for any of their offers.

The minimum cash out is £30. The max cash out limits are:

  • £1,000 per day
  • £3,000 per week
  • £5,000 per month

While they do not exclude progressive jackpots from these limits, their terms do say that they make exceptions on a case-by-case basis.

You should expect withdrawals to take 48-hours to process. Once your payment goes through, it can take up to 7-14 days to hit your card/account.

Do they offer a welcome bonus? What are the terms?

Bingo Boutique does offer a welcome bonus. It’s a unique offer relative to most first deposit deals I’ve seen before, including other Jumpman Gaming properties.

Here are the details:

On deposits of £10 or more, you’ll receive a spin on their Mega Wheel. There are all sorts of prizes you can earn, including Amazon vouchers and up to 500 free spins on their Fluffy Favourites slot machine.

And…that’s it.

The CRAZY thing about this offer, is that in the terms they say that the wheel is a game of chance – which is obvious – and that winning a prize is NOT guaranteed.

This offer feels cheap already, but it flat-out sucks for people who strike out. It also feels a bit bait and switch-y, too – make a deposit, spin a wheel and maybe you’ll get something from it.

Anyway, I hope you don’t strike out.

That’s the clause that sticks out most in their terms and conditions. But here are a few other things you need to know:

  • Any wins from your free spins are non-cashable.
  • You’ll only use your bonus once the real funds are used up.
  • The wager requirement is 40x the total bonus (before it’s converted to real funds).
  • A max of 250 (in winnings) will be converted to real cash that you can withdraw.

As I said earlier, this offer feels cheap due to the possibility of you striking out on the Mega Wheel. These terms only add to that sentiment.

What additional promotions can you claim?

Bingo Boutique has a few other evergreen offers. The following are details for each one.

  • Monday Madness – Play in the Boutique Lucky Stars room between 4-7pm on Monday and you’ll have the chance to win a full house prize in just 5 bingo calls.
  • Friday Night Takeaway – Play the Friday Night Takeaway at 8pm in the Lucky Stars bingo room. If you manage to get the Full House, you’ll not only win the jackpot prize, but a takeaway meal from your local restaurant, too – up to £50 in value.
  • Pay Day Jackpot – This promo starts the last day of every month at 8pm. You can buy tickets for as little as 50p each. Here are the prizes you can win for one and two-line and full house jackpots:
    • One Line Jackpot – £250
    • Two lines Jackpot – £400
    • Full House Jackpot – £600

All players finishing the Pay Day Jackpot Game in the following positions will also receive £250 each.

  • Free Bingo – If you made a deposit in the last 7 days, you can hit up their Free Bingo Room from 9am to 1pm (daily) and play as many free bingo games as you want.

Jackpot winners will win a piece of the £1 prize pool. This is how it’s divvied up:

  • One Line Win – 20p
  • Two Lines Win – 30p
  • Full House Win – 50p

VIP Club members will get 2 extra hours of free bingo every day. They can participate in additional games from 10pm to 12am where you’ll play for even larger jackpots.

The total jackpot will be £5, and here’s how it’s paid out:

  • One Line Win – £1
  • Two Lines Win – £1.50
  • Full House Win – £2.50
  • Refer-a-Friend – For every friend you send that makes a deposit and plays £5, you’ll receive 5,000 loyalty points.

And that’s it for offers.

Bingo Boutique does have another offer they call Friday Fever. However, there’s nothing but dummy Lorem Ipsum text on the page dedicated to it. Who knows what’s going on there.

Bingo Boutique also has a limited time offer (for the current month) where – if you make the minimum deposit – you’ll receive 1 entry for every £1 wagered on a specific game for a chance to win a piece from their (real money) prize pool.

Overall, they do have a few offers for you to claim, but most of them feel a little cheap to me – especially the welcome offer where there’s no guarantee that you’ll come away with anything at all.

That said, at least they have offers – that’s more than what some bingo rooms can say.

Do they have a comps and/or VIP program?

They have a loyalty points program.

You receive points for winning chat games, or as prizes on special promotions and games.

You can redeem points for bonus money, which you can then use to buy bingo tickets/cards. Every 1,000 points is valued at £1 in (bonus) cash. 1,000 points is the minimum you can exchange.

Bonus funds aren’t cashable.

What software providers do they work with? What kinds of games can you play?

Despite their small casino game selection, Bingo Boutique works with several top-notch software providers.

For example, you can play games from:

  • NetEnt
  • Microgaming
  • NYX Gaming
  • Quickspin
  • Chance Interactive
  • Foxium NextGen Gaming
  • Elk Studios
  • PariPlay
  • iSoftBet
  • IWG
  • Gamery

They also have their own software for both their casino and bingo room. It has been tested and approved by the SQS – an outfit I haven’t heard of before , but they’re apparently a legit testing firm that’s approved by the following regulatory bodies:

  • UKGC
  • IOM
  • Gibraltar
  • AGCC
  • Malta Gaming Authority (MGA)

I suppose if the SQS’ results are good enough for them, they’re good enough for us, too.

What devices is their casino compatible with? Are they mobile compatible?

They don’t have a download – you play their games from your browser instead.

It looks like they have a mobile-friendly website, too. However, since I’m from the U.S., I’m unable to check it out. According to WhichBingo.co.uk, their games are mobile optimized – they look great, are easy to use, and didn’t crash during their testing.

What bingo games can you play?

The bingo games you can play include:

  • 90-ball bingo
  • 75-ball bingo

The different bingo games/rooms are called:

  • Lucky Stars 90
  • Cash Splash 90
  • Glitz and Glam 90
  • Free Bingo 90
  • VIP Free Bingo 90
  • Golden Balls 75
  • Magic Money 75

There are tabs for both 90 and 75-ball games, plus a tab for their Pay Day Jackpot, Tuesday Treasure and other specials. This makes it easy to find what you’re looking for.

One thing to keep in mind is that only a couple rooms are available 24-hours.

Their tickets cost 1p to £1 each.

Does Bingo Boutique offer casino games?

They do – they have 53 slot machines, 2 jackpot games and a non-slot game or two.

Some of the slot titles you can play include:

  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • Neptune’s Gold
  • Aloha Cluster Pays
  • Twinkle
  • Ramesses Riches
  • Shaman’s Dream
  • Fluffy Favourites

Some of the other non-slot games you can play include:

  • Zodiac Fortune
  • Cops & Robbers
  • Bullseye Bucks
  • European Roulette
  • Blackjack
  • Mega Love
  • Cash Cuisine

This is an okay selection overall. Considering the software providers they work with, it won’t be terribly difficult to add more games in the future.

What do we think of Boutique Bingo? Do we recommend them to our readers?

They’re okay, I guess..

There’s nothing about them that screams “play here NOW.” There’s not an offer, bingo or casino game that jumps out at me, or that you won’t find at the dozens of other bingo halls and online casinos we’ve reviewed at play-casino-games-now.com.

There is room for improvement. For example, in no particular order:

  • TheBingoBoutique.com could use more banking options – namely e-wallets.
  • They should include a clause that excludes progressives from their cash out limits.
  • I think they should bump up their cash out limits. 5k is much too low.
  • Bingo Boutique could add more casino games.
  • They can add more (less stingy) offers.

All that said, there’s nothing that screams “stay away from these guys” either. So, if you liked what you read above, and you’re in the neighborhood for a new casino/bingo room, feel free to check them out.

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