Bucky Bingo Review

Bucky Bingo is one of the larger online bingo sites operating these days, and this Virtue Fusion powered bingo site offers players the chance to enjoy a wide variety of bingo games, combined with some of the newest and most exciting slot and casino games.

Signing up at Bucky Bingo takes a matter of seconds, and as soon as you’re a member you can get stuck straight into the action.

In this post, we’re going to cover some of the core aspects of the site, and we’ll take an in depth look at the games offered throughout the site.

Bingo Games

Bucky Bingo BingoBucky Bingo offer three main types of bingo games:

90-Ball Bingo

The most popular form of bingo both online and offline, 90-ball bingo is what you will most likely have played before if you’ve ever been to a bingo hall. Particularly popular in the United Kingdom, 90-ball bingo features 90 individual numbers, and the bingo card is displayed as 3 rows and 9 columns. Bucky Bingo have 90-ball games starting every few minutes, and it’s the most popular bingo game on their site by far.


75-ball bingo is more familiar to U.S. players, and if you should wander into an American bingo hall this is the variation you would find them playing more than likely. Again, as you’d expect, 75-ball bingo uses 75 numbers, and the bingo card is laid out in a 5 x 5 format, with many more opportunities to win. Prizes are usually a little lower than the 90-ball game, but playing the 75-ball game is great if you want to try something different.

Don’t Miss: Every day, Bucky Bingo offer free bingo in their ‘BB Free Room’. Open between 10AM and 11AM and 10PM and 11PM GMT, the room offers free bingo to all players, with the only eligibility criteria being that you need to have wagered at least £1 on the website in the last month; something the majority of players will have achieved without even trying.

Side Games

Bucky Bingo Side GamesBucky Bingo doesn’t offer the widest number of side games, at least when compared with other sites, but you will find a decent selection of slots, with Barcrest and Playtech being the two major software providers.

This gives you access to a great selection of titles, and some of the games you’ll be able to play include: Rainbow Riches, Clover Rollover, Stampede, Kingdom of Cash, Dynamite Digger, The Winnings of Oz, Fruity Burst, Pirate Plunder and Fruit & Veg.

You can find all of the slot games under the ‘Games’ tab on the main navigation bar, and while there’s a distinct lack of casino table games, most players will find the slots on offer ample entertainment.

VIP Program

Bucky Bingo LoyaltyBucky Bingo’s VIP program is managed by three staff members; Chris, Sabina and Jen. This open and very human approach is refreshing, and allows you to see exactly who’s looking after you; it’s a far cry from the stuffy corporate feel that many other sites give off.

You can see the what the four different VIP ranks offer players in the table below, along with some of the associated perks:

Level Welcome Bonus Weekly Spins Regular Cash Drop VIP Hospitality Birthday Bonus
Bronze Yes Yes Yes
Silver Yes Yes Yes
Gold Yes Yes Yes Invite Only Yes
Platinum Yes Yes Yes Invite Only Yes

Unfortunately, Bucky Bingo don’t display the exact requirements for becoming a VIP, and the website advises that “you’ll be contacted by one of our VIP managers once you’ve met the criteria to join our VIP team”. Unhelpful.

While we’re not a fan of these hidden VIP requirements, the program itself looks good and appears to be well worth waiting for, so be sure to keep an eye on your emails and hope for the VIP team to get in touch soon.

Payments and Withdrawals

Bucky Bingo LogoBucky Bingo don’t offer much in the way of payment methods, and in all honesty, the range is basic at best. This includes VISA debit cards, MasterCard and Maestro cards. You will, however, find yourself able to deposit and withdraw using PayPal, and this offers you instant access to your winnings once processed by the casino, so Bucky half redeem themselves here.

All deposits and withdrawals are completely fee free, so you won’t pay an annoying 2.5% commission like you might on other online gambling sites; and while you’re limited to a maximum of 5 withdrawals a day, the caps are fairly liberal, with most players able to withdraw up to £10,000 each week. If you need more than that then lucky you!

Higher withdrawal limits can be requested and Bucky Bingo can increase this limit on a case by case basis. If you’re planning on playing at high stakes or have had a monster win, it’s best to contact the customer support team directly for further advice.