Lucky Touch Bingo Review

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User rating Based on 7 reviews
star 2.1 /5
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    4 bingo rooms of 90-ball and 75-ball games
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    Trophies awarded on completion of simple tasks
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    Playing on Happy Hours results in huge rewards
Launched 2012
License UK, Alderney
Live Chat 9.30am to 6pm daily
FAQs section
Payments methods
Maestro payment Mastercard Debit Visa Debit Visa Electron payment
Game Manufacturers
Jumpman Gaming
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Updated May 9, 2024

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A Quick Look at Lucky Touch Bingo

Although this site originally opened in 2012, it had a major makeover in mid-2016. Now Lucky Touch Bingo UK belongs to the Wheel of Slots network and offers the ever-growing collection of games provided by Jumpman Gaming.

Along with the usual bonuses, you can earn additional ones by playing on the Happy Hours of 3-7PM. The bingo games include two formats of 90-ball and 75-ball which you can check out via four bingo rooms.

Games & Software

Game Software providers:Jumpman Gaming
Number of Bingo games:500+
Number of Bingo Rooms:4

Jumpman Gaming has provided this site with a large array of games stretching from the good old video slots to the quirky bingo games. There are more than 500 games on Lucky Touch Bingo. You can participate in any bingo game through the four chat rooms which cover 90-ball and 75-ball bingo variations. They are all open from 8 am onwards and include a room with grand jackpot prizes.

Slots & Casinos

Besides the bingo games, you can also indulge in the Lucky Touch Bingo slot and casino games. It has over 30 video slots and a variety of table games like European roulette and classic blackjack.

How to Deposit & Cash Out

Depositing

Surprisingly, the number of payment methods on this site is pretty low. They only allow deposits through the usual methods of Mastercard and Visa Debit cards. Each of your deposits has to be £10 or more.

 Cashing out

You can cash out any amount of £10 or more from your verified account. No minimum withdrawal amount, but all withdrawals are subject to a £2.50 transaction fee. It will reach you within 1-3 business days.

The Community & Customer Service

Discover more bingo enthusiasts like you through the lively community of Lucky Touch Bingo. More than hundreds of players engage in the bingo games through the eight chat rooms. A friendly host will be warming you up to break the ice and start chatting with other individuals in each of these rooms. You can also stay in touch with this community through their page on Facebook.

This is a site with a limited selection when it comes to customer contact. You can email them at  [email protected] and they will respond within 48 hours. Check their FAQs section or call them via live chat option.

Take Lucky Touch Bingo with You

If you have a lot on your hands and need to run some errands, you can go for the Lucky Touch Bingo mobile site. It gets rid of all the heavy design elements to increase the loading speed. You can load this on any smartphone or tablet and play any of the games the original desktop version offers. There is no Lucky Touch Bingo app available for any operating system at the moment.

Our Take on Lucky Touch Bingo

Lucky Touch Bingo is still on its way to becoming one of the most popular bingo sites. It has a fast payment processing system and a lite mobile site to take the games with you anywhere. But the site lacks in many of the important features like a 24/7 live support team, higher variation of bingo games and more convenient payment methods. Hence, we rate Lucky Touch Bingo 3 out of 5 stars.

Have Your Say!

We hope our Lucky Touch Bingo review has helped you understand where the site shines and where it loses spark. Let us know what you think about it in the comment section.

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Author

MARK ANGUS

Mark Angus is a professional writer and editor currently based in Adelaide and London. Mark writes on a variety of sports betting and gaming topics, most notably football and cricket (he has been a season ticket holder at Fulham for far too many years), as well as horse racing, in particular jumps racing. In addition, Mark produces website content, blogs and articles for a variety of publications, organisations and businesses, and has extensive experience in writing for all forms of online, print and broadcast media.

User Reviews

2.1/5
Based on 7 reviews
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Mary
May 14th, 2021, 15:47
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I joined this bingo site a few weeks ago. I was lucky enough to win and wanted to withdraw some of the winnings. I sent all the relevant information to them but they keep saying it is too blurry and they can's see my name, address and date yet when bring it up on my small laptop it is plain to see. Then I sent another bill, they could not open it so my daughter sent them a copy which they say they did not receive. It is just one thing after another I don't know what they will think of next. I am really disappointed as I do not have any trouble with any other site but then maybe they don't want to pay out the money. I have sent 9 e-mails in total and still cannot withdraw so it makes you wonder what is going on.
garyyyy
February 4th, 2014, 14:55
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The worse site i have ever been on. Having paid in a lot of money i finally had a good win, but i couldn't withdraw. Almost impossible to take winnings, so many rules!! I've been on a lot of sites over many years and never have i felt so ripped off. I won a grand and played it for hours before trying to withdraw, but wasn't allowed because you can only withdraw up to £300 a day!!! So played for hours longer wagering £3 a spin. All in all i played through thousands and still they say i hadn't met wagering!!
Annie69
September 3rd, 2013, 11:11
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Definite no. I've played many of these sites and this is bad. If you win the terms and conditions make it near impossible to withdraw. Staff can't and won't answer questions. Live help gives you an e-mail address (Winners Bingo Network) to contact for an answer to your question!!
munch
March 9th, 2013, 19:09
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Well what can i say lol. Not good. CM's don't speak proper English lol. I think it's 1 of them sites where the CMs are from India and I'm sorry, but not for me x
bloomer21
January 12th, 2013, 16:07
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I tried Lucky Touch Bingo from deal of the day. Not bad and might consider going back when I got some funds.
o9angela63
December 10th, 2012, 18:54
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I tried to join lucky touch bingo but it stated that I had already joined. I was playing on another site at the weekend and the Chat Host said that she works for other sites. I asked her was she allowed to do that , she then went on to tell me that they are all sister sites, so I think that's how Lucky Touch bingo had my details. I didn't read all the small writing giving them permission to give out my details, well I take it that's how they got them, I am very disappointed.
o9angela63
November 23rd, 2012, 01:07
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LUCKY TOUCH BINGO: This bingo site is set out like other new bingo sites, It was easy to work around but i still prefer the other type like william hill. The Bingo Host as they are called are very friendly, there is not much chat going on between players. I received £15:00 free bingo bonus which i could play on slots as well.If you won on bingo it went into cash, but cash was used up before it went back to using bb. From what i gather they also give prizes out. The only down fall was the money was awful 5p per ticket and it was £3.84 house win.