Get Lucky Casino in a nutshell
Get Lucky Casino is a casino site owned by Co-Gaming Limited, the brains behind the delightful wagering portal Come On! Casino. This site is a re-skinning of Co-Gaming’s Casinostugan (‘Casino Cottage’) which is aimed at Swedish players. Get Lucky Casino is very much aimed at UK players, and comes complete with a UK licence.
It’s welcome package is pretty interesting – £5 free for registering – then a 100% up to £100 welcome bonus with only 25x wagering requirements. These WR ONLY apply to the bonus, so there’s a fair chance you’ll get lucky!
Read on to learn more about this spicy new brand!
What’s the look and feel of Get Lucky Casino?
The design at Get Lucky Casino is ‘kind of’ traditional but with a contemporary feel. It’s the usual case of menus to the left and on top, and thumbnails isn the space between. It looks fine and works well.
At the bottom of the landing page there’s a cool idea – a top ten of ‘loved’ games that members can vote on. We were happy to see that our personal favourite – Starburst – is ‘top of the charts’ and by a country mile.
What games are available at Get Lucky Casino?
Sadly, it seems that Get Lucky Casino cannot count. When you filter ‘all’ in their gaming section you are told “Displaying 416 of our 410 casino games” – oops.
The majority of their games are slots, of course, with over 350 of them. That’s more than enough to keep any slots-lover entertained for days, if not weeks. All the top titles are here to play, including plenty with those wonderful progressive jackpots that could make you an instant millionaire if you are lucky enough to win them. If you like this idea, check out Mega Fortune, Mega Moolah or The Dark Knight.
If you do maths better than Get Lucky Casino then you’ll work out that around sixty games here are non-slots. Here is the breakdown:
- Blackjack (6)
- Roulette (12)
- Table games (9 – including baccarat, casino poker and red dog)
- Video poker (9)
The numbers are rounded up by a few 3-reel slots, and the live casino here. If you prefer playing with live dealers, then you can play roulette, blackjack, baccarat, casino hold’em and three card poker.
Note that if you’re not in the UK, then your numbers of available games may vary. This is because not all games have been licensed to all available jurisdictions. For example, in the UK you can’t access Play’n GO’s range of virtual sports games.
The software at Get Lucky Casino is provided by Microgaming, NetEnt, Playtech, Betsoft, Yggdrasil, GameOS and Play’n GO. The live casino is provided by Evolution Gaming. Not all games are available to all players – for example Playtech games are not available to players living in Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Hong Kong, Israel or Italy. If you’re in the UK, you won’t be able to access Betsoft, Yggdrasil or GameOS titles here.
The site has an excellent mobile version for smart phones and tablets. Note that the ‘Get Lucky Shop’ where you spend your Kickbux is not available on the mobile version of the site.
If you get stuck at Get Lucky Casino, live support is available 24/7.
What promotions are available at Get Lucky Casino?
Get Lucky offers a free £5 for registering. The terms are as follows: you have to wager the bonus 30 times before withdrawal, and you have to deposit £10 before you can withdraw any winnings. The max winnings you can cash out are £100. Personally, we’d recommend depositing £100 and getting the £100 match bonus. Why? Because wagering is just 25x the bonus, and there are no cashout caps!
The guys at Get Lucky Casino make a bit of a song and dance about their ‘Kickbux’ loyalty scheme. You receive five Kickbux points for every £1 you stake at the casino on slots, and one Kickbux point for every £1 staked on blackjack, roulette, table games and video poker. You also earn Kickbux in other ways – twenty-five points for logging in at least once a day, and one hundred Kickbux for every £10 deposit you make.
You can spend your Kickbux in the Get Lucky Shop on the desktop version of the site. There are lots of items you can redeem them for – for example, you can redeem 10,000 Kickbux to receive 30 free spins on Gonzo’s Quest. All free spins purchased in this way are also free of wagering requirements. You can spend your Kickbux on other offers, and you can also exchange them for real cash.
Get Lucky Casino say they do offer bonuses from time to time. If you do get a matched deposit bonus option, your wagering requirements will be 30x the value of the depost and the bonus. Only slots count fully to such requirements. All varieties of card games count ten percent and all other games (such as roulette) count zilch.
Deposits can be made at Get Lucky Casino via Visa (including Electron and Maestro), MasterCard, Entropay, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard (now incorporating Ukash) or via an online bank transfer. The minimum amount you can deposit is £7, and the maximum is £2,130 (credit and debit cards), £1,420 (bank transfers), £7,100 (eWallets) or £70 (Paysafecard/Ukash). All deposits are transacted instantly.
The minimum withdrawal is £15. The maximums are £2,900 (credit and debit cards) or £7,200 (all other available methods).
You are allowed four free withdrawals per month. After that each withdrawal is subject to a £4 withdrawal fee. Withdrawals take 24 hours for eWallets, and 2-7 business days for all other payment methods.
The final verdict
A couple of minor bugbears (the odd mistake – such as saying MasterCard is available for withdrawals when MasterCard does not allow this) aside, we’re in favour of what we see at Get Lucky Casino. This comes as no surprise as Co-Gaming’s Come On! Casino is one of our favourites.
The site looks fab, works well, and there’s a great selection of games from a number of top software providers. It’s really hard to pick fault.
If you like to gamble, and you want to see if you can ‘get lucky’, then why not give ‘Get Lucky Casino’ a try?