The brand of Bucky Bingo has been going since the 1970s when the Manchester-based company traded as Buckingham Bingo operating as bingo halls across the North-West of the UK. It soon found a new home as a bingo site in 2007 and the rest is history.
Originally, Bucky Bingo used Virtue Fusion from Playtech - but they changed to Dragonfish to keep up with the changing demands on the bingo player. Bucky Bingo is bursting with bingo games as well as sides games and a huge welcoming community.
Design and Usability
If you've used a bingo site with Dragonfish before, then you'll be familiar with the layout as there's not too much variation. Bucky Bingo keeps a simple colour scheme of blue and pink that feels fitting for the site and keep everything laid out clearly.
On the homepage, you'll find a funky horse with pink hair and sunglasses next to a disco ball showcasing that Bucky Bingo is all about the fun. It sets a huge tone for the site and will most likely leave you with a smile.
Thankfully, the site is straightforward to use and navigate through as we didn't find a single moment where we couldn't find what we were looking for. It was a little disappointing that the horse from the homepage wasn't in the lobby, but the lobby still keeps in tone with the site anyway.
If you are looking for a site bursting with promotions, a variety in bingo, respectable banking options and a great selection of mini-games - then Bucky Bingo is the site for you. Nothing really blew us away with this site, but it delivers good-clean fun.
The best thing about Bucky Bingo is the amazing amount of promotions at your disposal and that there is always a bingo game available and you'll never be bored with the selection on offer.