- Cozy Games
- Visa/Master Card,
- Visa/Master Card,
- 1 day
- €1200 Monthly
- Since 2012
- iTech Labs
- Isle of Man
- email: email@example.com
- Czech Republic,
- Cook Islands,
- Ivory Coast,
- New Caledonia,
- North Korea,
- South Africa,
- American Samoa,
- Puerto Rico,
- U.S. Minor Outlying Islands,
- U.S. Virgin Islands,
- Saint Barthelemy,
- Saint Martin,
- Saint Pierre and Miquelon,
- Wallis and Futuna,
- Bosnia and Herzegovina,
The Bad Touch
If you're only looking for bingo - Lucky Touch Bingo might be an alright place. We mean, they have balls and stuff, 90 and 75, and whatnot. The slots are nice too - all 100 of them. Other than that, there's not much to it. The welcome bonus is a free spin on their wheel-of-fortune thing, and they only accept credit cards for both deposits and withdrawals. Did we say they got nothing but slots and bingo?
Launched in 2012, Lucky Touch Bingo is a part of Jumpman Gaming, a company than own and/or operates over 70 bingo and slots websites. The casino is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
If lucky charms worked, you would have a shower of golden coins pour upon you instantly upon opening the Lucky Touch Bingo - clovers, horseshoes, fairy wands, and rabbits are everywhere. Overall, it looks pretty standard for a bingo website.
“The navigation is standard, although there’s really not that much to navigate through. We’ll get to that later.”
The banking options are not even ‘options’, strictly speaking. You’re stuck with credit cards, basically, for both deposits and withdrawals. There’s not a single e-wallet on the list.
The support is only available within business hours - Monday-Friday, 9:30am to 6pm. You can reach them through email, live chat, and Whatsapp.
Software and Game Variety
How many casino games should a bingo website have? At first it looks that there are no more than 25 slots in the casino. That’s because what you see on the website in not the actual game lobby. When you log in, you’ll find an assorted collection of 100 slots from Playson, Netent, Eyecon, and Bally Wulff. They are organized into useless categories like Hot slots, Top slots, Super slots, and Fun slots (our personal favorite, that automatically suggests the all other slots are not fun). Sadly, what’s all there is - not a single table or card game in the library.
Of course there’s also bingo, both 90-ball and 75-ball variations, and that’s the casino’s main course. Still, it would have been nice to see some traditional casino games too.
Mobile and Live Games
The website works alright on mobile devices right in the browser. The navigation is fine, and the interface is adapted to touch screens. Nothing else to say about it.
Live dealer games are not there.
Bonuses and Promotions
The main feature of Lucky Touch Bingo is its Wheel of Slots. As you make bets and complete ‘quests’ (like wager £200 on slots, or on bingo, or £100 on slots within a week, etc) you earn spins on that wheel. There are two wheels spinning independently actually - the inner one determines a game (one of the three slots or bingo) and the outer one shows the number of free spins you get (or free tickets, in case of bingo), up to 500.
“It so happens that this is also the Welcome Bonus. Deposit £10 and you’ll get a spin on this thing. Gee, how generous.”
Everything you win on this is subject to 40x wagering requirements. There’s also a cap of £500 on how much of a bonus will be transferred to the real balance upon completing the wagering.
Be sure to check out other promos on the casino’s website. They do have more.
Lucky Touch Bingo is pretty bad, even for a bingo website. The games are few (only slots too), the welcome bonus is random (you only get 5 to 500 free spins or bingo tickets), and the only way to deposit or withdraw is using a credit card. On the bright side, the slots are alright (Netent, Playson, and Eyecon take care of that). Still probably not worth it.
Click here to play at Lucky Touch Bingo - you’ll really need all your luck to get something worthwhile from that wheel.
Updated: 20 Nov 2017