Our General First Impressions
The first time you enter this bingo site you could be forgiven for thinking it looks a bit cheap, but that is not really the case. There are not lots of smart graphics in the background, the horse shoe logo and images of four leaf clovers actually do the job pretty well. Whether you’ll be fortunate to win is however a totally different matter. The layout is typical of many of cozy games sites with everything be squared off in neat little boxes. It certainly makes for easy navigation which helped us find all the info we needed for this lucky touch bingo review.
How to register a new account and make a deposit
For the purposes of this review we created a new player account so we could assess the registration process. To join you can click on any of the banners that show the latest new player offers or the ‘join now’ link in the top right of the screen. You’ll then have to fill in a series of boxes for all your personal details like your name and address. This only takes a short while but unfortunately that is not the end of the process. You will then be sent an email containing a link which you need to click in order to validate your account. You will not be able to access any games until this has been done. You don’t necessarily have to make a deposit in the first instance if you don’t want to, this is because you are given 50 free bingo tickets every day that you log in. This is a perfect way to fully test out the site before gambling with your own money. If you do make a deposit then the process is very easy and links can be found in the games lobby or the bingo rooms. The deposit page will always look the same and you start by choosing how much you wish to deposit. You then decide what deposit bonus you wish to accept. Just below here is where you debit your bank account details.
Assessment of the games lobby and different bingo rooms
The lobby area itself has been well done. The colour scheme is quite good and although the design is basic it is very easy to navigate around. This is because all the games rooms are shown as one long list on the page. This means you simply need to move up and down the page to find a game that you want to join in with. There is a good selection of networked rooms all at different costs, but most importantly there is plenty of cheap ticket games available for those players that are on a budget. Naturally we could write a review without fully inspecting a number of the games on offer. The bingo rooms are very well designed, very basic but they work well. If you’ve played cozy software bingo before then you will know exactly what to expect as the rooms are a carbon copy of many other bingo sites. The only thing we found slightly annoying were the CMs who whenever you asked a questions would simply reply – “speak with live help”.
Final Summary & Evaluation
Our overall evaluation and analysis for this lucky touch bingo review. The design element of this site is actually pretty good. It is very easy to use and the choice of games on offer is excellent. However, the fact you could be at any site and the unhelpful CMs do work against it.
What Games Are Available?
There is a choice of 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball and 30 ball bingo games. There is also a selection of different side games which includes slots, progressive jackpots, scratch cards, instant wins and casino games.
What Are the Wagering Requirements?
The wagering requirement is 4X your deposit + the bonus amount received for bingo games. So if you deposited £10 and received £35 bonus the total wagering requirement is £180. If you make a withdrawal before meeting these requirements you will lose all your bonus funds. You should note for all other games the wagering requirement increases to 10X.
What is the Withdrawal Process?
Withdrawals can only be made by real money players who have deposited a minimum of £10. You can only make one withdrawal every five days and for your first withdrawal you will need to send proof of ID. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30.
Is it safe to play and fully Licensed & Regulated?
This is classed as safe to play and join as it is ‘whitelisted’. This is because it is licensed and regulated in Isle of Man which means it falls under the jurisdiction of the UK Gambling Commission.
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