This site is very basic indeed and hasn’t had the full makeover like other bingo sites have had in recent years. Bingo Jetset hasn’t been around for long, and as such hasn’t really developed any kind of marketing strategies like adverts. For a good alternative see 888 Ladies bingo for example (accepts players from UK, Europe and a lot more).
You can play the usual 90-ball bingo across three lines- two full lines then the house- and the shorter American form of 75-ball. A slightly more interesting room is the High 5 one. Here, you can win in lines that are diagonal in sets of five similar to Connect Four. The jackpots are progressive on some games so you can win big, but not as big as on other sites.
Numerous slot games can be played with single or multiple stakes, including favorites such as Super Nova, Secret Garden and Jack and the Beanstalk- not forgetting the classic Monopoly game.
The site matches your first deposit with the same amount, a 100% bonus, which is nowhere near as good as lots of other bingo sites. The site does, however, reward members who deposit regularly via a BFF (Be Friends Forever) Scheme which has five levels:Blue, Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. Spend anything over £500 to be eligible for the top two groups and be eligible also for special offers and promotions that the site puts out over the year. You can also use the points back on the site in terms of free play.
All in all, this is just a fledgling site with no mobile application to speak of just yet. A plain design and limited functionality are the downfalls of this site, and your money would be better invested in one of the more popular sites with up-to-date features and services.