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The review below – where we talk about Lucky Club’s casino games and promotions – was an interesting one to write. Here’s why –
I went through my list of trustworthy review sites to see what they thought of Lucky Club Casino. Most of them gave them an excellent rating. I’m talking 7’s, 8’s, 9’s and 10’s.
Lucky Club is even endorsed by a well-known and trustworthy review portal.
I then figured Lucky Club must be real solid. That everyone should have create an account here. But when I checked them out, I figured there must’ve been some kind of mistake.
Because by the time I was done, I had decided I was going to recommend everyone avoid them.
If that’s good enough for you, feel free to hit the back button or click here to check out our other casino reviews instead.
However, if you want to know why I recommend you skip Lucky Club, when everyone else appears to be recommending them, you’ll need to read our review below.
Lucky Club doesn’t have an about page, which I think is a bad move. How do you gain your (potential) customer’s trust if you don’t tell them who you are?
Anyway, I dug up the details elsewhere. Here’s what I found out –
Lucky Club has been online since 2008. They’ve changed owners several times over the past few years. But, as of now, they’re currently owned and operated by Greavestrend Ltd, Cyprus.
They have a pretty good rep.
I’m sort of surprised because Lucky Club is pretty thin – they don’t have many games, and the software is pretty much unheard of. There are only a few casinos who run it.
So, I’d expect a much worse rating.
I wouldn’t expect an endorsement from the WizardOfOdds.com. I wouldn’t expect the 7.16/10 rating, or the mere 2 complaints, either – both of which have been resolved.
Lucky Club also has an 8/10 rating on CasinoListings.com and a 4/5 rating on LatestCasinoBonuses.com.
That said, it does sort of make sense, in that, reputation and quality of a casino doesn’t necessarily go hand in hand. Meaning, Lucky Club can run a legit and honest company, but still suck.
Anyway, to balance all this positivity out, ThePogg.com doesn’t recommend them. They gave Lucky Club a 2.8/10 rating, though they don’t make it clear why other than they weren’t able to open an affiliate account due to poor communication (which they think shows how players will be treated).
ThePogg.com also chose not to have anyone review the site, since they’re UK-based and, apparently, it’s illegal to play here (though it looks as if Lucky Club accepts UK traffic).
Ultimately, ThePogg.com gave them poor ratings across the board, despite saying positive things about them. It’s a little weird.
Anyway, I’m ignoring their rating. I recommend you do the same. Because when you do it becomes clear they have a pretty solid reputation.
That still doesn’t mean you should play here. More on that in just a second.
Lucky Club says they ‘reserve the right’ to reject players registering from the following:
Otherwise, it sounds as if players from anywhere else in the world are okay to sign up.
You can contact LuckyClub.eu using:
They’re available 24/7/365.
You can use the following methods to fund your account:
Lucky Club says nothing about limits. I assume there are no fees, since they post fees for some of their cash out options, but for none of their payment options.
You can use these options to cash out your winnings:
One thing I noticed about their cash outs is most, if not all are only processed on business days (Monday through Friday). It looks like they have a 48-hour pending period BEFORE they’re sent to their banking department for processing.
The maximum payout per customer per week is $10,000, which is great compared to most other (US-focused) online casinos. Though, they do say they reserve the right to pay larger winnings over several weeks.
Yup. Lucky Club is offering a multi-deposit bonus worth up to $2,222.
Here’s how it works:
You need to claim the bonuses in that order.
Now let’s talk playthrough terms.
You can only play slots to clear this bonus. This applies to all their other offers, too – unless the offer says otherwise.
The playthrough on this offer is 30x the deposit and bonus. The max you can wager is $10.00.
They have a couple of other offers. Here are the details.
This offer has a 10x playthrough and no max cash out.
They say the playthrough terms will vary based on the game you play. So, I assume you can use your cashback for whatever games you may have busted your bankroll playing.
With this offer, you’ll get free spins when you make a deposit. The more you deposit, the more free spins you’ll receive.
Here’s what that looks like:
That wraps it up for their evergreen offers.
They run limited time offers, too. For example, they have one where you can claim a 100% match bonus up to $500 on deposits of $20 or more. And they’ll let you redeem this offer 1x per week, and up to 5 times per month.
There are a couple offers like this for existing customers.
For that reason, I recommend bookmarking their promotions page if you join, because it sounds like some of these offers are actually recurring. I think they just say it’s good until the end of the month because they change the coupon code to reflect the current month.
What other bonus terms should I know about?
Here are a few terms and conditions you want to know before you claim any of their offers. These are their default terms that will apply to any offer that doesn’t specify otherwise.
Fairly standard stuff.
The last clause bothers me a bit. So, I emailed support to verify whether this means you can’t cash out your winnings from the bonus money, or if you can’t cash out any money from that deposit.
It’s the former. Still sucks, but at least you’re still able to cash out your money.
It sounds like they may have both.
For every $10 you spend, you’ll receive 1 comp point. 100 comp points are worth $1 in cashback, with the minimum you can exchange at a time being 100 points.
As for their VIP program, I had to email them about it because they have no information about it on their website.
Unfortunately, I didn’t hear back from them. We’ll update this if/when they do get back to us.
Their software comes from NuWorks. The games here are developed by the same people responsible for Real Time Gaming’s games. Which makes sense to me, as I thought they were RTG’s when I first saw them.
One of the downsides to NuWorks is that they have a much smaller library of games. But the upside to this – the fact that they’re not as popular or widely used as other US software companies – is that their games will seem new and fresh.
They offer a download and instant play casino.
Unfortunately, they don’t have a mobile app, and their website isn’t mobile responsive. It looks like mobile players will have to try a different casino.
Here are most, if not all of the games you can play at Lucky Club:
They have two progressive jackpots – Monster Millions, which has a $1,020,258 jackpot, and Jackpot Pyramid Grand, which has a $100,653 jackpot.
Okay, where do I start?
The most glaring issue I think most people will have are the lack of games. They offer the more popular table and video poker games, but that’s it.
You could try to say that’s because Lucky Club is focused on slots.
But, I’m not so sure.
Lucky Club says on their site they have 300+ slots. But they don’t list their games on their site, and every other review site I’ve read that covers their software reports 30-ish slot machines.
I counted 38.
I definitely don’t think they have 300 slot machines, considering these games come from the same guys who developed RTG’s slots – who don’t have that many games PERIOD, much less slot machines.
That said, considering who developed the software, how does Lucky Club not have MORE options? You’d think they could whip up 100 games, no sweat.
But that doesn’t appear to be the case.
Anyway, I don’t think it’s such a bad thing if you’re happy with blackjack, baccarat, jacks or better and three dozen slot machines.
I mean, assuming the slots are good, that’s more than enough for me. But if that’s not the case for you, but you like what you see here, I suggest finding a reputable RTG-powered casino instead.
You’ll have far more to choose from across the board.
Eh, I’m not so sure.
Yeah, they have a solid reputation. They have a few decent offers. And you can cash out as much as $10,000 per week, which is crazy since most sites limit you to a couple grand.
I mean, the same people who developed RTG’s games developed these. So, why didn’t they develop more of them?
Who knows… but it leads me to the most important question of all:
If you like these games, and these games are similar (in design and gameplay) to Real Time Gaming, why not just join a RTG-powered casino?
I mean, if you want to play here, have at it.
But I think most people will enjoy themselves more at an online casino that has more games, more promotions, more… variety.