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byAlexander Bowring

Lucky Rainbow Bingo review

53%
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updated
byAlexander Bowring
53%
This site should really have stayed somewhere over the rainbow
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score Breakdown
design & Usability
customer Support
bonuses & Promotions
software & Gameplay
device Compatibility
safety & Security
variety & Originality
payments & Withdrawals
VIP Programme
pros
  • Eyepleasing design
cons
  • No live chat options
  • Real lack of payment options
about Lucky Rainbow Bingo
platform
  • Jumpman Gaming
owner
  • Jackpotjoy PLC
licence
  • Alderney (Jumpman Gaming)
launched
  • Sep 1, 2014
payment methods
  • Debit/Credit Card
  • Paysafecard
  • PayPal
  • Pay by Mobile
contact information

Lucky Rainbow Bingo verdict

Online bingo is a game that carries true universal appeal, as millions of players around the world snap up tickets every single day. As the game continues to steamroll, it looks like more and more brands are looking to get a slice of the market. Looking back, it’s clear that 2014 was a big year for the bingo realm, as a slew of new bingo sites attempted to find a place in the market. It was during this time that the world was introduced to Lucky Rainbow Bingo, a bright and boisterous addition to the 15 Network, joining the likes of Spice Bingo and Dove Bingo.

What Lucky Rainbow Bingo attempts to do is tap into the luck of the Irish, but does it really do enough to win over players? The following review tells all!

design & Usability

Let’s us start out this review by saying that cliché is a driving force behind the Lucky Rainbow Bingo website, but that isn’t a bad thing. Lucky Rainbow Bingo features splashes of colour everywhere you turn, with purples and pinks certainly working to grab your attention. Yes, it is hardly an original approach, but it certainly does the job.

From a usability standpoint Lucky Rainbow Bingo is pretty basic, but it doesn’t need to be anymore than that. Using the toolbar a player can easily move from page to page. If there were a criticism of the Lucky Rainbow Bingo UI it would be that the pages aren’t always laid out effectively. For example, the help page simply blasts players with a wall of text.

customer Support

Lucky Rainbow Bingo falls somewhat short when it comes to customer support options, as in this day and age lack of live chat support is nothing short of criminal. In an attempt to counteract this there are various other customer support options on site, but we question whether they’ve actually done enough.

The ‘FAQ’ page is well worth taking a look at for starters, as it will answer any basic queries. Beyond that you can use email and phone to make direct contact with support staff through email and phone.

bonuses & Promotions

When it comes to bonuses and promotions, the wheels start to come off the Lucky Rainbow Bingo experience. No deposit bingo bonuses should be a given in 2016, so we were bitterly disappointed that this site had nothing of the sort to offer. The sign-up bonus here sees an initial £10 deposit matched by 200% (£20), which is pretty half-baked.

Things don’t improve a great deal from the welcome bonus either, as under the ‘Promotions’ page you’ll find only a small handful of offers. Originality is clearly lacking in this department, as they offer nothing that you won’t find elsewhere.

software & Gameplay

One of the major pros for the 15 Network is how the site manages to whip up player interest, as the chat moderators do a fantastic job of ensuring that rooms remain busy.

Networked games and promotions are also a common find at Lucky Rainbow Bingo, which work to round off what is a fairly average software and gameplay setup. 

device Compatibility

If the 15 Network has a drawback, it is that it still hasn’t fully embraced mobile play. Only a handful of sites have made the jump to the small screen stage, with Lucky Rainbow Bingo being one of them.

Through a site that adapts well to both iOS and Android devices, even though it’s basic in approach, it’s hard to pick too many faults with the Lucky Rainbow Bingo mobile platform.

safety & Security

Lucky Rainbow Bingo is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), which goes someway to confirm its legitimacy from a safety and security standpoint. Beyond this, you’ll also find that the site is SQA approved, which means it’s regularly subjected to third party auditing procedures.

The problem with the safety and security side of Lucky Rainbow Bingo is that details related to fair play procedures are somewhat lacking.

variety & Originality

Originality is clearly an issue that Lucky Rainbow Bingo has to contended with, as it simply doesn’t have a great deal of it to speak off. Within the two main bingo variants (90-ball and 75-ball) there is nothing more than bog-standard action to be found, which is bitterly disappointing.

Casino slots are also a part of the Lucky Rainbow Bingo experience, but the selection of games is hardly expansive.

payments & Withdrawals

Deposits and withdrawals are as basic as it gets at Lucky Rainbow Bingo, as they allow for the use of Visa, Maestro, MasterCard, Solo, and Switch. Withdrawal times are shockingly bad to match, with a wait time of between 7 and 14 days as standard.

VIP Programme

Lucky Rainbow Bingo isn’t a site that breaks new industry ground, but it does appear to reward players who remain loyal. The VIP scheme here is well put together and split over four different levels in Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Black.

Through this a player can gain access to monthly cash back shares, Birthday bonuses, re-deposit bonuses, and of course free bingo games. This gives Lucky Rainbow Bingo a little extra value for money.

conclusion

Functionality wise the site is as you would expect, but Lucky Rainbow Bingo simply does nothing original. From the games to the bonuses, we’ve seen it all elsewhere a thousand times over, so for that reason it’s hard to label this bingo site as anything more than middle of the road.

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about Lucky Rainbow Bingo
platform
  • Jumpman Gaming
owner
  • Jackpotjoy PLC
licence
  • Alderney (Jumpman Gaming)
launched
  • Sep 1, 2014
payment methods
  • Debit/Credit Card
  • Paysafecard
  • PayPal
  • Pay by Mobile
contact information