Costa Bingo - Mel BWe have seen a lot of television and music celebrities heading up the advertising campaigns for many online gambling sites, you may have seen Barbara Windsor promoting Jackpot Joy Bingo.

Recently, in fact Jackpot Joy have named her the Queen of Bingo, and as such their advertising campaigns all feature Babs in various roles and guises.

However one of the other major online bingo sites that has a growing player base, that being Costa Bingo have just launched a massive television advertising campaign featuring Mel aka Scary Spice, who was as you may or may not know one of the singers is the girl group the Spice Girls!

Costa Bingo has put in place a range of highly valuable bingo promotions and bingo jackpot games to entice new players to give them a try and below we shall highlight several of these games and promotions to allow you to make your own mind up as to whether they are appealing or not!

No Deposit Bonus – As a brand new player at the Costa Bingo site you are going to be able to claim for yourself a no deposit welcome bonus worth 5.00, this bonus is quickly credited to your account once you sign up and register as a new player, and should allow you to give several of their low cost bingo games a try to see if you like the Costa Bingo software.

200% Deposit Bonus – If after giving their no deposit required bingo bonus a try, you find that you like what Costa Bingo has on offer then you will get a massive 200% deposit match bonus when you make your initial deposit using one of the many different depositing options which Costa Bingo have on offer.

Scary Spice Promotions – We would suggest that you get over to the Costa Bingo website and click on their promotions page for Costa Bingo have put in place a large range of special bingo games and competitions to celebrate Mel B (Scary Spice) becoming the face of Costa Bingo! There are plenty of up and coming promotional offers available and there are some excellent cash amounts and prizes currently up for grabs!

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Posted on: 6th January 2014 by: Lynda Robshaw