Lucky Niki Casino Payment Options
Lucky Niki Casino’s launch attracted major attention, mainly because of its design, theme and strong ad campaign. Many people saw their ads positioned on social media and other channels that most other casinos do not utilize. It’s still a new online casino going through its expansion, growing phase, ergo the somewhat limited payment options are reasonable.
Players can start playing with real money at Lucky Niki with a deposit of as little as €/$20. Lucky Niki went online with the basics, literally the essentials. Credit cards, debit cards and e-wallets are at the disposal of players who find Niki interesting and alluring. We hope to see some online banking payment providers added and maybe Paysafecard as a representative of prepaid cards.
On the other hand, players can deposit and play in a number of currencies which must be duly noted. There are no fees on deposits charged by Lucky Niki, but your payment provider may charge an insignificant fee, depending on the nature of your method of choice.
Simplicity is admirable, so are Lucky Niki’s withdrawal methods. As it turns out, the deposit methods can also act as withdrawal methods. Bank wire transfers are also made available to players who have difficulty withdrawing with the alternative payment methods. As you know, we discourage players from opting for bank wire transfers whenever possible.
Players who withdraw with e-wallets might have to wait between 24 hours and 3 days to get their money out. Credit/debit card withdrawals and payouts made with bank wires take longer, up to a full business week.
EcoPayz, although available to a rather narrow geo-specific group of players like Canadian casino players, proves to be the most efficient of all other payment options. EntroPay is identical to EcoPayz, which is in fact a virtual debit card. We recommend setting up your very own EntroPay account to experience the benefits it brings to the table.
We must point out the maximum withdrawal limit per transaction of $5,000 or other currency equivalent and the monthly withdrawal limit of $10,000. In our experience, $10,000 is way too little for players who like to play with big stakes, make regular deposits and withdrawals. Casual players will not be affected by this limit, unless they land a big jackpot win.