Brits are a superstitious lot. According to a study conducted by a popular tabloid (which means you know it’s true), a third of us believe in lucky charms and 35% of those have a pair of “lucky pants”.
Those stale good luck charms are the subject of Lucky Pants Bingo, a UK-focused bingo site licensed by the authorities of the UK and Alderney. It features a bold colour-scheme with an assortment of warm reds, purples, and oranges, and it positions itself as a bingo site “wrapped up in a cheeky sense of humour”.
The Welcome Offer
When you make your first deposit of £10, you can collect a £15 bingo bonus and a £5 mini-game bonus.
As soon as you sign up, a page will appear offering you this bonus. Just click “Deposit and Claim” to start the process. You will also need to confirm the bonus when initiating your deposit.
The bingo tickets can be used on most games, with the exception of Britain’s Got Talent Bingo and Best Odds Bingo. Any winnings you collect are subject to a 4x wagering requirement, which means you need to wager £40 on a bonus of £10.
As for the mini-game bonus, this is tied to the “mini-slots” found in the casino’s bingo room. It’s a £5 bonus and winnings are subject to a 25x wagering requirement.
Alternatively, you can collect a no deposit £5 bonus just by registering, verifying, and entering the code “PANTS”. It needs to be used within 24 hours and has a 4x wagering requirement.
Lucky Pants Bingo’s generosity extends far beyond its Welcome Bonus. Loyal players are offered regular reload bonuses, free tickets, wager-free spins, and more. Most of these are seasonal, but some of the constants include guaranteed tournaments and a loyalty scheme (where you earn loyalty “pants” instead of points).
Take a peek at the “Promos” section to learn about the latest bonuses and offers. You may also want to consider joining the newsletter. It’s something that players are naturally averse to and that’s understandable (no one needs more spam emails or texts) but if you’re here for the long-haul, it’s worth it.
You can always unsubscribe when you’re no longer using the site.
Games and Software Providers
Lucky Pants Bingo is operated by Daub Alderney, a subsidiary of The Rank Group. This means that it’s owned by the same corporation behind the Grosvenor and Mecca brands, making it part of a vast iGaming empire.
The games room has a search filter that lets you sort by “Publisher”, but for some reason, only two publishers are listed, even though the site stocks titles from at least half a dozen creators.
For instance, you can filter games by Novomatic and Slingo, and there are some good games to choose from, but what about all the titles posted by the likes of Big Time Gaming, NetEnt, Microgaming, Blueprint Gaming, IGT, and others?
To find these, you’ll need to sort by game category.
Speaking of which, there are slots, scratch cards, table games, and card games.
Make sure you keep your lucky pants on standby, as the casino also has a broad selection of jackpot slots, including IGT’s “Mega Jackpots” and Blueprint Gaming’s “Jackpot King”. The latter is particularly impressive and appears on graphically-advanced slots like King Kong Cash, Worms Reloaded, and Eye of Horus.
On the bingo section, you can aim for big jackpots with 90-ball and 75-ball variants, including classics like Age of the Gods Bingo and Rainbow Riches Bingo.
Most of these games have fairly modest jackpots, but several times a week there are major guaranteed prizes, happy hour events, and more. These give you a chance to scoop thousands of pounds with a single ticket.
There is also something known as “BOB” or “Best Odds Bingo”. It runs daily from 9 AM to 1 PM, with each player buying 10 tickets for £0.50 each. The max prize is £100 and everyone has exactly the same chance of winning, with no more than 25 players per game.
If you find yourself getting frustrated by players who buy 10x more tickets than you and games with dozens of players, it’s worth a look.
Depositing and Withdrawing
Lucky Pants Bingo accepts deposits using debit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Maestro), PayPal, and Paysafecard, and all but the latter are also available for withdrawals. The minimum deposit for debit cards is just £5, but this jumps to £10 for Paysafecard and £20 for PayPal.
If you’re using debit cards, it’s possible to make a deposit that’s too low to qualify for the bonus but large enough to be accepted. Keep this in mind when you process your first payment.
The site claims to process most withdrawals in just 10 minutes, which means that PayPal withdrawals should be processed almost instantly while debit cards may take a few days.
You can use the Cashier to set limits, but it’s worth noting that these are net loss limits and not deposit limits. The difference is that the former focuses on accumulative losses while the latter is all about total deposits.
In other words, if you deposit £50 and withdraw £40, a deposit limit of £50 would reach its maximum while a net loss limit would record a loss of £10 and allow for a further £40.
Lucky Pants Bingo Review Summary
Unlike your lucky pants, this online casino is clean, fresh, bright, and full of action. I would have liked to see more playful promotions, visuals, and content, because other than the name, logo, and the odd throwaway comment, I’m not sure how the “cheeky sense of humour” really applies.
It feels a little superficial in that sense, and other than making life interesting for casino reviewers everywhere, it doesn’t serve much of a purpose.
But that’s just nit-picking. It looks good, it’s secure, withdrawals are fast, there are plenty of games to choose from, and it accepts PayPal and Paysafecard.
It also has the backing of an iGaming giant and some of the industry’s best-loved developers. What more could you ask for?
- Lots of Promotions
- Great Games
- Light-hearted Site
- PayPal Accepted
- High Minimum Deposit for PayPal
- Lacks Developer Filters
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