Lucky Days review
Lucky Days are happy days, and that’s what you’ll be hoping for when you hop on the tables and reels at Luck Day online casino. The welcome bonus is tidy, and the range of games should keep most Kiwis happy.
Lucky Days has been around since 2019, so they’re new enough to be fresh, but not really established enough to make a name for themselves. Lucky Days doesn’t really lean heavily on the gimmicks, but their welcome bonus is pretty sweet, and their range of pokies and live games should appeal to Kiwi punters.
Lucky Days isn’t the most gimmicky online casino, but their welcome bonus and game selection should be enough to catch a Kiwi’s eye.
Like any online casino, Lucky Days tries to add some honey to the pot with a welcome bonus, with free money and spins. In their case, it’s $1,000 and 100 free spins, which makes for a nice even couple of numbers.
Here’s how it pans out with Lucky Days:
That’s a pretty standard way to go about a welcome bonus, and while we appreciate you don’t need any codes, it would have been nice if they could go a bit higher on the first deposit.
A special note for Kiwis — some review sites say you will get free money without making a deposit. This does not apply to NZers, so be aware!
A few quibbles aside, Lucky Days offers a decent welcome bonus, and you don’t need to hunt for codes to qualify.
They say there is no such thing as a free lunch, and that is especially true when an online casino gives you ‘free’ money. We don’t want you feeling ripped off, so it’s important to us that you know how it all works.
When an online casino gives you a welcome bonus, they have a wagering requirement, which is how many times you need to gamble that money before you can withdraw it.
So the industry average is about 40x. That means if you have $100 in your account, you need to gamble $4,000 before you can withdraw it.
Lucky Days is actually pretty generous with their wagering requirements, in that they only require 25x on your first deposit and bonus funds. That’s right up there with the most generous in the industry.
Lucky Days has one of the most generous welcome bonus wagering requirements in the industry, of just 25x.
So we generally really enjoy reviewing casino sites for you guys, but it’s normally a real pain in the bum when we try and find out exactly how many pokies a site has. It’s usually a case of scrolling and scrolling until we’re talking to ACC about a wrist injury.
But with Lucky Days, they tell you exactly how many pokies they have, and that’s 1,391.
They’ve got all the good titles too:
You can also sort by recommended, new, or just search for the game you’re looking for.
Lucky days does not disappoint with their pokies, with over 1,300 one arm bandits ready to be spun.
So what do Lucky Days have in terms of promotions beyond their welcome bonus? Well… nothing. At all.
Seriously, they must be almost the only online casino ever created that doesn’t have a little something extra to keep you coming back for more.
No VIP club, no weekly bonuses or free spins, nothing.
For punters in other countries, they actually offer you money and spins for signing up without even making a deposit, but that isn’t available for Kiwis.
So perhaps in the rest of the world, they were hoping that super generous offer would be enough to get gambler loyalty, but that ain’t much use to us in NZ!
While having a decent welcome bonus, Lucky Days actually doesn’t offer Kiwis any other sort of promo. At all!
Lucky Days would not be fun days if their games loaded up like hot garbage on your phone or tablet. Luckily though, pretty much all of the games on Lucky Days load up great on any mobile device, whether it be a phone or tablet, Android or iOS.
This is mostly thanks to them partnering up with good software developers, which we’ll talk about soon.
There is no app to download, which honestly is a good thing — all you have to do is load their site up in your mobile browser and you are good to go.
Because Lucky Days already has a super simple design, there are no hiccups when it loads up on your mobile device.
Lucky Days loads up great on your mobile device, just whack their website in your phone or tablet browser and you’ll be spinning reels on the go.
Hey, Lucky Days might lack in promos and not have the most exciting design, but what they did get right was their choice of software providers to team up with.
Sometimes when a casino site boasts a ton of games, it can mean their software partners are crap, which means it doesn’t matter how many games there are, cos they are rubbish!
Thankfully Lucky Days has teamed up with the best in the industry:
Lucky Days manage to boast a large number of games, and still stick with the best software providers in the industry.
Lucky Days offers a grand total of 1,448 games. We know that because it says that right on their “All Games” page, and we’re sure they wouldn’t pull our leg!
Now while the vast majority of them are pokies (like 1,300 of them), they do have a really good selection of table games and live games:
Also, if you’ve never tried a live game, honestly, give it a crack. It has a live video feed of the dealer, who talks to you, and you can type in the chat to talk to them and other players. It really is a blast.
While most of the games at Lucky Days are pokies, they also have a smallish but very, very good range of tables and live games to make things a bit more interesting.
Most online casinos target players in Europe, because that’s where most of the legal gambling countries are. So that means most of the banking and payment methods are usually European, and we don’t have access to them.
It’s not really any different with Lucky Days, and so they can only offer Kiwis a smaller range of payment options. In saying that, they have a relatively large array of options for Kiwis, including cryptocurrency.
The minimum deposit is $20, and the max deposit is $10,000 on all payment methods except PaysafeCard which is $1,000 and cryptocurrency which is $5,000.
There is also no fee on any of those deposit methods which is sweet.
Lucky Days has a decent range of instant banking and payment options — they even allow Kiwis to use cryptocurrency.
On some other sites, they say that Lucky Days has 24/7 chat support, but that wasn’t the case for us in Nu Zulland.
We sent a message to them at about 2pm, and they replied about 8pm. We asked them what their hours were over in Europe, and it worked out to be 6pm to 10am NZ time.
So if you’re playing at night, we’d imagine you’d get pretty quick help, but not so much if you need help during the day.
Lucky Days has a simple if sparse design, but everything works well and their wagering requirement on the decent welcome bonus is very generous. While they don’t have any extra promos at all, their 1,300+ pokies should keep Kiwis entertained.