Kelly’s Eye Bingo is the latest addition to the cozy games family and is one of only a very small number with a £5 deposit bonus. As you’d expect with the name Kelly’s Eye, the design features Kelly holding the No1 bingo ball in flames in her hands. The deep purple and simple eye catching design makes it look very appealing. The website has been clearly laid out so that it is very easy to navigate around especially if you want to take a look at all the promotions – which we suggest you do.
The games lobby has a typical cozy games feel to it. All the bingo rooms are laid out in one long list so it makes it quite easy to find a bingo room or game that takes your fancy. You’ll see the type of game, when it starts, ticket cost and progressive jackpot size. You can also pre-buy tickets. In terms of other games there is an excellent selection of slots, many from the gaming giant micrograming. There are low and high stake games to play with a number of massive progressive jackpot prizes to be won.
There is no denying that Kelly’s Eye Bingo looks the business but once you get in to the bingo room its a bit of the ‘same old’. The layout of the games room is the same as any other cozy site and really there is not much to it. The bingo is good fun and while there I chose to dip between playing bingo and playing on the slots as there is such a good selection of those.
- 90 ball
- 80 ball
- 75 ball
- 50 ball
- 30 ball
- Slots – Video, Fruit and Progressive
- Scratch Cards
Play on Mobile of Tablet?
- Kelly’s Eye is fully mobile and can be played anywhere at any time on any device.
Withdrawals and Banking
- The minimum withdrawal amount is £10
- You will need to supply photo ID, proof of address and a copy of a card for your first withdrawal
- You’re allowed to make one withdrawal every five days
- Live chat support
- Email support with a reply within one hour
- Online FAQ
- No contact telephone number – coming soon!
Final Words & Summary
Kelly’s Eye Bingo claims to be the ‘No1 Online Bingo Site’ and there is no question that it delivers on design as it looks great on the eye. It also delivers on the games front as the choice of different games to play is excellent. But once it gets down to the nitty gritty of the bingo action it is a bit samey, but maybe thats not a bad thing?