Lucky Socks Bingo Review
Online since: 2015
We’ve heard of many items of clothing being lucky, such as lucky pants, but as there’s already a bingo brand for that, Cozy Games and ElectraWorks had to come up with another name, with them deciding upon Lucky Socks. Given the fact that plenty of people out there see their socks as good luck bringers, we think this is an excellent choice, and ultimately so too has the bingo community, as this label has been ticking over since 2015. Granted, this doesn’t make the brand old, but it goes to show how much it helps to have reliable branding, attractive aesthetics, and solid licensing when establishing an iGaming platform. Another piece of this puzzle that definitely helps is that of the Live Bingo Network, a recognisable sign of approved gaming and services.
Typically we all know what’s coming when visiting any promotions page, regardless of whether similar deals are used or not, but when looking over the offers from Lucky Socks, we see a couple of new bonuses poking through. One such offer, which we have to say is clever marketing on the creators’ part, is where users receive a pair of branded lucky socks when making their first deposit. Why Lucky Pants didn’t think to do the same, we’ll just never know…
- Welcome offer: Between 50 and 100% deposit bonus
- Loyalty scheme
To ensure your feet get the very best of luck bestowed upon them, new users need to allocate between £10 and £500 for their first deposit, as well as said user having subscribed to promotional mail. If you’ve ticked all of those must-haves, then you’ll be sent your pair of socks in the post the following month, which although not a fast turnaround time, is a great way of introducing you to the brand. And of course, the socks aren’t all you get for that first deposit; you’ll also receive a welcome bonus of between 50 and 100%, depending on the size of your deposit. Should you allocate as much as £20, you can expect to be credited 20 Fluffy Favourites spins as well, for good measure, with the only major requirements being the x4 and x40 wagering necessities.
Of course, there’s more for you to do than simply grab some deposit perks, as there’s also the week long run of free bingo games inside the Newbie Bingo Room, as well as several existing customer offers. As part of the latter, you’ll be able to visit any of the rooms, at specific times of the week, to receive special bonuses, such as seeded pots and/or buying one bingo ticket and getting another free. Night Owls, BOGOF, Penny Bingo, they’re all there waiting for you to visit them and score even more than your average game may give you. And should they not suffice, there’s always the loyalty scheme from Lucky Socks. Unlike with other labels, rather than needing to opt in, this begins from the moment you become a member, with 100 points being needed before you can convert these points into cash. However, you won’t be able to just keep on redeeming these points, as there’s a weekly cap of 800 points per account.
Games and Software
Softwares: Cozy Games, Eyecon and NetEnt
If you’re at all unfamiliar with Cozy Games bingo titles, they don’t just create 90 ball activities, but 80, 75 and 30 ball bingo matches as well, therefore ensuring that more of you leave as satisfied customers. When compared with other bingo websites, Lucky Socks is one of the more varied bingo platforms among them. To access the games, you’ll need to visit the Bingo page, in which you’ll see the rooms and the game types they play, such as Big Ben playing 90 ball, Penny Bingo offering 75 ball, and City Hall delivering 30 ball bingo.
Alongside these details, there’s also the opportunity to prebuy your tickets, ready for the next round of games, as well as the small cost of the tickets themselves. During our time with Lucky Socks, we never had to part with more than 25p for a single ticket, with some of them even costing a measly 1p. Consequently, this is the place for budget gamers to visit, a truth reinforced by the varying potential of the grand prizes, often priced at £1K or over. That being said, some payouts are much smaller, so be mindful to check if that’s what concerns you the most.
In regards to other games, there’s numerous opportunities to play stellar Eyecon and NetEnt titles, with these pokies and mini games sometimes playing with a large progressive jackpot in tow. Sadly however, none of these activities seem to be offer demo versions, and so you need to become a member and also pay if you’re to experience their gameplay dynamics.
Banking options: Visa, Skrill or PayPal
Given the fact that this is a big money industry, most of you are going to want to add a payment method, or two, in order to collect your winnings. If you’re not a member, finding this info can be tricky, and so we’re here to help you. When making a deposit or withdrawal, you need to be aware of the fact that only EUR, GBP and USD is enabled right now, and that both types of transactions have minimum requirements. Deposits only ask for £10 from you, whereas withdrawals merely want you to have met the wagering requirements of the bonuses you’ve already taken out.
All the information you’ll need to keep track of such matters can be found within your account details, as well as the FAQs being on hand with bite size advice. For when you’ve figured it all out and are ready to make a withdrawal, that money can take three days to be processed, with gamers able to cancel that request if they so wish. No fees are added for this, though your provider, be them Visa, Skrill or PayPal, may choose to include their own.
Should you be wanting all the details of how this site is regulated, Lucky Socks provides a brief overview of its dual license, from the UK Gambling Commission and the Government of Gibraltar, at the bottom of its homepage.
Support and Contact Details
We love any brand that delivers 24 hour services, so when we saw this included as part of the Lucky Socks experience, we were immediately happy. That happiness only grew further when we noticed the range of support systems in place, which has the three traditional outlets of phone, emails and live chat, and an unique onsite ticket system. All of these are simple enough to use, even for the novices out there, with the FAQs able to be used as an addon whenever you need a quick answer to a commonly asked question.
The only social media platform we could find any sign of Lucky Socks on was that of Facebook, however its Facebook page hasn’t been updated since 2017. As a result, we’re given a catch-22 of sorts, in which we get a means to socialise online, but without an active presence from the creators themselves.