Deposit and withdrawal fees aside, Get Lucky offers a friendly place to gamble online
One of the newer casinos on the block, Get Lucky comes out of the same Co-Gaming stable that gave us Come On.
Aimed squarely at UK players, there are some nifty promotions and more video slots than you can possibly handle in one sitting. And with licensing from Malta and the UK, you know your cash is in safe hands.
- Fast processing times on withdrawals
- Lots of UK deposit methods
- Fast and friendly customer service
- No mobile download app
- Live Chat not available 24/7
- Some banking fees apply
Range of Games
Like other Co-Gaming casinos, Get Lucky boasts a massive range of slots and table games. There are over 350 slots from manufacturers like NetEnt, Playtech, and Microgaming, including the usual progressive suspects like The Dark Knight and Gladiator.
Table games are a little thinner on the ground, with only eight Live Casino games and six Blackjack variants on offer.
The lobby is simple and easy to navigate, however, and games are ‘bundled’ together for easier access (Marvel Collection, High Stakes, Classic Luck, etc). Player favourites are listed in the Get Lucky Hall of Love, where gamblers can ‘click to Love’ and send their personal choices to the top of the most-played list.
Player points – called ‘Kickbux’ – can be earned every time you log on, verify a mobile phone number, or make a deposit. The Get Lucky Shop – available on the desktop version only – lets you spend ‘Kickbux points’ on a range of cash, offers and prizes.
First, the good news: Get Lucky casino offers a typically generous spread of deposit options for UK customers. You can get funds in via VISA and VISA Debit, or use Maestro and MasterCard for free. There is, however, a £7 minimum deposit.
To use e-Wallets and prepaid cards, however, you’re looking at a 5% fee on transactions. Similarly, for withdrawals you are given four free withdrawals within a 30-day period. A fee of around £4 is charged for subsequent cash-outs.
Deposit and withdrawal fees aside, Get Lucky offers a friendly place to gamble online. There’s no dedicated mobile app – a downside – but NetEnt and Microgaming players will lap up the games on offer