The homepage blurb says that you “don’t have to be female to play at Lucky Ladies Bingo”, but there isn’t much doubt which sex this site is aimed at. The clue is in the title. Besides, I think it protests a little too much, since the rest of the introduction emphasises how it is going to “spoil our ladies rotten” and promises to “cater to the woman about town”. So, having discarded 50% of its potential customer base, how will it go down with what it calls the “fairer sex”?
Well, Lucky Ladies is part of the Cozy Games / Live Bingo Network (LBN), which will give regular players some idea of what to expect. For newcomers, it is a colourful, well designed site, featuring lots of graphics of young “women about town” and even one on a scooter. I don’t think she’s a mod. Anyway, there are loads of different bingo options, with 90, 80, 75, 50 and 30 ball games available. Ticket prices vary from free up to 15p. The whole thing is very smooth, with all the usual features and promotions you would expect from this LBN. Given the increasing size of the network, jackpots can be pretty tasty, but then again you have to remember that this also means you are competing against more fellow players.
Overall, this bingo review finds that Lucky Ladies provides a well-run and colourful site. Whilst I accept that is difficult to stand out in what is now a very crowded market, I’m not convinced that focusing on just half of the potential market is the way to go. On the other hand, there were some suspiciously macho sounding names among the listed winners (I doubt that many girls answer to names like “Bruce” or “Jimmy”), so some men do not appear to feel excluded. So despite being (as you may have guessed) a member of the apparently unwanted half of the population, I am happy to recommend you give this site a go. Especially if your bathroom is full of unnecessary cosmetic products and your car has a dangly air freshener.
A wide range of alternative slot, scratch card and casino-style games are provided on this site.
This site is powered by Cozy Games software.
Loyalty points are awarded at the rate of one for every £1 you spend on bingo, and one for every £10 you wager on most other games. There are four levels of membership: Silver, Gold, VIP and SVIP. Each level awards successively higher bonuses on deposits, from 100% at Silver to 250% at SVIP. You need more than 5000 Loyalty Points to reach the top SVIP level. There are also further complimentary rewards such as “Bonus Bucks” and free spins and tickets for regular players. Further promotional offers may be available via their Facebook page.
The minimum deposit amount is £10. Deposits are made via the “Banking” page in the lobby after you have signed in. All the usual credit / debit options are available, together with a limited range of e-payment alternatives.
The wagering requirement is that before making a withdrawal on bingo, you must wager 4 x your original deposit + any introductory bonus, 8 x any further deposit + bonus. The wagering requirement can be as high as 10 or even 20 x for other games. The minimum withdrawal amount is £30. Funds will take around a week to reach your registered account.
Lucky Ladies Bingo is part of the Cozy Games Management stable, which is registered and licensed via the Isle of Man. It therefore falls under the regulatory control of the UK Gambling Commission and is regarded as safe to play in the UK.
Please visit Lucky Ladies Bingo's site for further information about their loyalty scheme.
Yes you can play on Lucky Ladies Bingo without wagering any real money.