Lucky Diner Bingo Review
Lucky seems to be the operative word of the moment when it comes to launching a new bingo brand. Over the past 12 months there's been Lucky Ladies, Lucky Socks, Lucky Wheel and Lucky Touch. Joining this exclusive band is Lucky Diner Bingo - which conjures up visions of a US style 50s American Diner offering bingo.
What's On The Menu
Lucky Diner Bingo is the latest addition to the Cozy Games powered Live Bingo Network. New customers will find free bingo for newbies on the menu. Should you choose to go on and deposit then there's a 300% first deposit bonus and this is followed up with a 150% and 100% second and third offering. Wagering terms of x8 for bingo and x20 for slots apply.
Looks wise LDB is very disappointing. The logo kind of resembles an old style Vegas neon sign and there's a 50s/60s style TV broadcasting the site's main promotions. There's "Bingo Menu" which just looks odd with the choice of background. We expected an American Diner look but it misses the mark considerably. Hopefully the design can be revisited as it detracts from what's underneath.
If you do decide to look deeper then you'll find 30, 75, 80 and 90 ball games to play alongside a whole host of slots. The site is mobile friendly and there are no apps to download. Slots include Aloha, Starburst, Elizabeth, Coffee House, Five Pirates and Dog N Roll. Some slots can be played for fun without registering - although new regulations from The UKGC may put an end to that.
As a Live Bingo Network brand, Lucky Diner Bingo has all the usual bingo and slot promotions. These include raffles, slots tournaments, session bingo and regular jackpots. However there's more to Lucky Diner than originally meets the eye! We're told that they have a 24/7 Jukebox playing music/requests with giveaways plus a regular TV show.
If you visit Lucky Diner on Facebook then you can find out more about the live channels and get sneak previews of what's coming up at the site. We'll most certainly be keeping an eye on this aspect of the site as it's totally new for the Live Bingo Network.
Fans of no deposit bingo will love visiting Lucky Diner but the regular TV show looks like it's gone west. The brand's social media pages aren't particularly active - with nothing on Twitter and Facebook quiet since June. Like so many new additions to the bingo world there's a lot of promise but not much in terms of delivery.