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Last update: 16th November 2023
Lucky Thrillz is an Aspire casino that has been around since April 2020.
Like all Aspire casinos Lucky Thrillz has a rather long list of games that only contribute at 50% to wagering requirements but unlike other Aspire casinos they’ve made it easy to find and check which those games are; the list is helpfully included in the terms and conditions at the bottom of the page the offer is on, so top marks for transparency there! Assuming that your favourites aren’t on this list (and with over 600 games on site you certainly ought to be able to find some games you like that aren’t) the wagering requirements, at 35x bonus, are pretty competitive.
The games themselves are a good mix of recent releases and back catalogue classics – everything from Immortal Romance to Big Bass Bonanza – but there’s very little in the way of progressive jackpots at Lucky Thrillz or indeed any other Aspire casino. What they do have, though, is a well appointed live casino area including Dream Catcher, Mega Ball, Football Studio Pro and other such games as well as the more traditional blackjack, roulette and baccarat.
Lucky Thrillz is responsive across desktop and mobile devices but this occasionally produces unexpected results; for instance, the game search is a pop-up that covers the entire screen which is perfect for a phone screen but looks a little weird on a big monitor (it works fine though). You also may find you have to wait a few seconds while navigating to places like the promotions page – you’ll see a loading screen which we think is due to a location check being carried out to ensure the UK version of the page, with UK specific offers, is displayed. All of this is pretty minor and doesn’t affect the games themselves.
Aspire is not everyone’s cup of tea but it may be yours if you fancy trying some less well known games by Aspire’s subsidiary Pariplay and/or exploring the PlayNGo and Ainsworth back catalogues, and aren’t put off by the lack of progressive jackpots (it’s not a complete lack, incidentally, as Aspire have an exclusive progressive of their own, Redeem the Dream).
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