Casino Review – Lucky Niki

Introduction to Lucky Niki

Lucky Niki Casino is a Japanese, Manga-styled Casino which has certainly got its own unique identity.

It is one of the eGaming Online (EGO) Casinos alongside the likes of OJO, Drueck Glueck and Slots Magic.

If you are a fan of Manga or Anime or all things Japanese, then you might find Niki and her colourful cohorts a fun addition to your playing experience.

We’ll take a look at Niki’s:

• Selection of Games

• Payment Methods

• Welcome Bonus

• Ongoing Promotions

• Customer Service Options

• Summary and Rating

Selection of Games – Lucky Niki

Lucky Niki plays host to a pretty wide range of games. From slots and table games to Virtual Sports and Live Dealer tables.

All the top Slots are there, like Gonzo’s Quest, Starburst and Ninja Master and every combination of table games is covered, including Punto Banco and Baccarrat.

There is something for everyone, whatever your preferred game is.

They are easy to find and Niki even recommends her favourites to you.

Payment Methods – Lucky Niki

Lucky Niki accepts the major debit cards as well as Skrill, Neteller, ecopayz and EntroPay.

Unusually, although I think it will become more popular, they also accept deposits in Bitcoin.

So, you should be able to find an option to suit you best.

The site’s FAQ’s say that the minimum deposit is £20 which is slightly more than the average Casino.

Welcome Bonus – Lucky Niki

Lucky Niki are currently offering 25 free Spins on Ninja Master Slots as a Welcome Bonus. With the minimum deposit of £10.

This seems fair enough, but, there is a 60x Wagering Requirement on the winnings. This is significantly higher than most Casinos and many Casinos thesedays don’t have a Wagering Requirement on Free Spin winnings at all.

If you want advice on how Casino Welcome Bonuses work, see our article. Suffice to say, this isn’t a particularly attractive Welcome Bonus, in my opinion.

Ongoing Promotions – Lucky Niki

Lucky Niki do offer a good range of ongoing incentives and competitions.

Recently they ran a competition to win a Dream Holiday to Tokyo and during the World Cup in the summer of 2018 they were running a competition to win a Mini Cooper car every week for the duration of the tournament.

They also run Daily Promotions that give you Free Spins, Cash Back and Mystery Prizes.

And, like most Casinos these days, they have a VIP programme with various levels offering better incentives.

Lucky Niki also run tournaments which are either Buy-ins or freerolls. These are a fun way to compete with others even if you don’t have much cash.

So, while their Welcome Bonus may not be all that attractive, their range of incentives for existing players is excellent.

Customer Service Options – Lucky Niki

Lucky Niki has a couple of options for contacting them. Email and Telephone support is available.

They also have a decent Frequently Asked Questions section which may mean you don’t need to contact them at all.

I always prefer a Live Chat facility in Casinos so I’m a bit disappointed that Niki doesn’t have one.

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Summary & Rating – Lucky Niki

Lucky Niki Casino certainly stands out in terms of it’s unique look and feel.

They also rate very highly for the quantity and quality of the incentives and competitions it runs throughout the year.

It would certainly be a site that I can imagine playing at regularly and it’s only the 60x wagering requirement on their Welcome Bonus that is losing them a 5-star rating.

There is a lot to recommend, however, and let’s face facts – mostly no one wins anything with a Welcome Bonus anyway.

So, with that in mind, head over and give them a try.

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About Alex M

Alex is our intrepid reviewer and article writer. He hopes that his reviews and articles will help readers when choosing a site to play on. He also hopes one day to grow a proper beard.

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