Bingo Magix

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Bingo Magix was a bingo site that operated on the Cozy Games bingo software. It was part of the Lucky Duck Network along with GameVillage Bingo. Its design was a simple green and purple mix and the website worked across all device types.

You were able to find the best Cozy bingo games here as well as online slots. The only problem is that there weren’t enough bingo or slot games. Bingo Magix was regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, but it no longer is now that the site has closed. We’ll be the first to let you know if this site relaunches on another bingo platform.

Welcome Bonus

The welcome bonus at Bingo Magix was one of the few 400% bingo deposit bonuses around. The minimum deposit was £10 which would give you another £40 in bonus money. But, the maximum bonus amount is up to £100 so to get this you’d have to deposit £25.

There are terms and conditions with this though and they are a 14-day expiry time. Plus, wagering requirements of 4x on the bingo bonus amount. All slot bonuses have wagering set at 40x the amount, which is standard.

Bingo Games

Bingo Magix has eight bingo games available for its players and they all come from the Cozy Games software. The majority of these games are 90-ball bingo like in the Big Ben room and Victoria 90. But, there are others like 80, 75, and 30-ball bingo. The latter is a much quicker style of bingo due to the heavily reduced number of balls.

The beauty of playing at this bingo site is the fact that ticket prices never go above 25p for a ticket. The lowest amount was 2p, with a few 5p and 10p rooms as well.


The majority of the slot games at Bingo Magix were made in-house, but there were some from slot providers too. For example, there are games from the popular studios NetEnt, Microgaming, and Eyecon. This means that players could enjoy Starburst, Avalon II, and Fluffy Favourites. The only problem with the slot offering is that we’d like to see more on offer.

Dragonfish and Virtue Fusion bingo sites are full of online slots from many more providers. As well as slots though there are some RNG table games like roulette and blackjack.

Bingo Magix on Mobile

As we mentioned earlier Bingo Magix works across mobile devices as well as on desktop. This means you can play on a phone or tablet as long as you have a stable internet connection. There isn’t a Bingo Magix app to download so you’ll need to play via any mobile browser. Head to to reach the homepage where all the games and promotions are on offer.

Customer Support

The customer support options are either email or live chat, there isn’t a toll-free phone line to call. But, that doesn’t matter as using the live chat will connect you to help in seconds. Email replies can take up to 72 hours to get a reply so it’s obvious that live chat is the best option of the two.

Bingo Magix Review Summary

Bingo Magix was operated by Deuce Gaming Group on the Cozy Games bingo software. As well as the Cozy bingo games there were slot games from a few famous providers plus in-house titles. To be honest, the number of games could be expanded on, there are only eight bingo rooms and less than a hundred slots. There isn’t a no-deposit bingo bonus, but the welcome deposit offer is a huge 400% bonus up to £100.

We’d like to remind you that Bingo Magix closed in 2018 and hasn’t been accepting new players or bets since then. This review will be kept live as an archive.


  • 400% bingo bonus on first deposit
  • In-house slots


  • A limited number of bingo games
  • No bingo app


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