Thursday, 17 April 2014

Millionaire Genie - With 888 Ladies

Recently I was asked to try out Millionaire Genie with the online bingo site 888 Ladies.

I know a few ladies who like a spot of bingo. My mum used to go and play it in her local bingo hall, when I was young. I still remember the thrill I had when she had a decent win. We had a nice Christmas that year I can tell you!

I have yet to register with a gaming site online, and after a recent trip to Vegas, where I enjoyed the blackjack and roulette I thought, why not.

Millionaire Genie is a game with an Arabian nights theme. I was given £5 credit to play the game and you can bet from 1p up to 25p a game. They say there is a chance to win more than £450,000 with the game too. That would be a nice win, I should say.



Although this is marketed as a bingo site, this game is more of a slot game and no skill is needed. You can even get the game to play automatically for you.  To get a win you need to match three or more special symbols. You can win free spins with three scatter symbols too. There is even a random jackpot that is awarded. 





Did I win? Well not more than a few pence each time, although I won a couple of free spins. It took about 5 minutes for me to lose my £5. Some people obviously win on this game but I didn't. 

Would I play it again? Well to be honest I prefer games with more skill involved. It was a little complicated but I guess you get the hang of things after a few tries. Would I check out the other games on 888 Ladies? Yes I would, as I noticed they had a range of games from Deal or No Deal to Bejeweled, from Roulette to BlackJack as well as Bingo. Often there are bonus offers if you credit your account with a certain amount and these can be quite generous. 

So in conclusion, although this game was not for me, 888 ladies has a range of games for most people. They even have a community for chat. The important thing is to always remember to only bet what you can afford.

Bingo fans can vote for their Millionaire Genie or their own favourite game at the Which Bingo awards. 

* This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own.
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20 comments

  1. It's always nice to try new things and great that they asked you to trial it. x

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    1. It's nice to trial new things, I am quite adventurous like that :)

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  2. The lure of the big cash prize is good, the game looks quite interesting and I enjoy bingo on holiday. Shame you did not win, nice review.

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    1. You win some you lose some I guess. Yes the top cash prize is big!

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  3. It looks like an interesting game but like you I lost my money within a few minutes! I think some of the other games appeal more on the site. XX

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    1. I fancy trying the blackjack next I think.

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  4. My nan took me to bingo with her one time and strangely I enjoyed it. That is one big jackpot prize.

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    1. It is a good jackpot I must admit. I remember going with my mum to play bingo. The food is the bingo hall was really cheap, you could get a roast dinner for under £2 :)

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  5. I am glad I am not the only one who found it confusing! I prefer actual bingo.

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  6. Not my cup of tea (although I'd love to experience a bingo night for real). Good luck

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  7. I'm the most unlucky person you'll ever meet so I dare not!

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  8. I'm not a fan of bingo (although the fact I have never won in the few times I've tried might be why) not against a bit of gambling every now and then though as long as done sensibly!

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    1. Yes moderation is the key, as it is with everything.

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  9. I cant say I ever win anything, so loosing £5 (although free for you) in 5 mins seems rather scary. The lure of the large jackpot is nice though.
    2p slots are as far as I go!

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    1. Its always important not to spend any more than you can afford anyway Emma :)

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  10. It wasn't for me either, I could not sit there night after night and have to do nothing! It just does not erm....rub my lamp hahahah!!!

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