Interested in making $20,000 in a single month from a mobile game?
If you’ve been intrigued by the prospect of earning big by playing bingo on your phone, then you might have come across a new game called Easter Bunny.
Despite the thrill of achieving bingo, user reviews indicate that payouts from the developers are sparse.
Today, I’ll take you through whether Easter Bunny is a reliable cash-paying game or if you might end up regretting the hours invested in it.
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What is Easter Bunny?
Easter Bunny is a newly launched bingo game claiming to payout thousands for playing.
Which in many ways is similar to other games I have reviewed:
The game advertises that you can make $20,000 in only 30 days, even suggesting that you could transition from jobless to making $400 per day simply by playing.
These promises come from the developer, Westside View Group.
They have managed to garner 100,000 downloads within a month of launch.
Despite this quick growth, the app only holds a 2.5-star rating from nearly 800 reviews, casting doubt on the life-changing income promises.
How Does Easter Bunny Work?
Upon loading Easter Bunny, you’re presented with a game that bears resemblance to other bingo games, yet differs from what was shown in the advert.
Oddly enough, the advert features gameplay from another game called Bingo Joy.
This discrepancy raises questions about the creators’ intentions and the promotion of a different game.
Nevertheless, the earning process within Easter Bunny is straightforward.
Once you’ve loaded the game, you’re presented with a screen where you can start playing bingo, with options for 1, 2, or 4 cards.
You begin with 20 credited tickets.
Like any other bingo game, numbers are called out and you must find them and mark them off your cards.
The more cards you choose, the more opportunities you have to locate the numbers and earn money.
As numbers are called out, you tap them, replacing them with a bell to indicate they’re marked.
How To Make Money with Easter Bunny
With the advert showing a woman making $400 a day and even making $20,000 in a month, you might be expecting to make serious money.
It’s promoted as an easy-to-earn opportunity, and in my playthrough, I managed to earn £100.83 in just over 10 seconds.
However, I was taken aback by how easily this money was handed to me, requiring virtually no effort.
Continuing to play, as you check off numbers off your card, you earn additional amounts of virtual money.
But the catch is, you must watch an ad to claim your winnings.
There are other earning opportunities as well, including a floating present feature that when tapped releases bubbles containing amounts similar to those earned from tapping numbers on the bingo card.
You can also earn through spinning a ‘lucky spin’ wheel that rewards between 10 and 100,000 coins and between 10 and 500 dollars, or through ‘lucky scratch’ cards.
The game also offers tasks for you to complete for a fixed amount of virtual money.
Lastly, you can earn $30 for every video you watch.
Clearly, the game wants you to play and watch as many ads as possible, increasing their revenue.
How Do You Get Paid With Easter Bunny?
On the main page, if you click on the cash button, you’ll be taken to a ‘limited time offer payout’ section.
However, unlike the advert that promised no requirements or thresholds, you need to meet a $1,000 minimum threshold to cash out.
Small print also indicates you must watch adverts to get a PayPal bonus, a practice that deviates from most legitimate apps.
You also have to wait 24 hours to receive any funds, a further divergence from the promises made in their advert.
Easter Bunny raises users’ hopes with promises of large payouts, showing users making $20,000 a month from simply playing bingo.
However, this seems far from reality.
While the game suggests that you can make money without spending anything or inviting anyone, achieving such amounts seems unrealistic.
If you’re looking for reliable ways to earn money, consider using apps that pay out for doing surveys, watching videos, or performing various tasks.
These alternatives value your time and reliably reward you for it.