Thanks for taking the time out to do your research on a Lucky Party review.
As from what you are about to read, this could be a time saver.
This game today claims that you can make upwards of $260 a day just by playing their game.
But before I even get into this post, I am going to share with you the number of games/apps that I have reviewed that will pay you that amount.
The answer is zero.
That is reality as no game is going to replace let’s say an average accounting job salary, neither does it work like that or is that easy.
You might find a game that pays you $5 a day, maybe $10 at a push. But even then your probably doing something like surveys which is a legitimate way to earn.
Now since coming across this on the app store, I was skeptical as I first became aware of seeing a video promoting Lucky Party.
So without rambling on any more, let’s get right into the post and discuss whether this game is really worth the time.
Lucky Party Review Summary
- Owner: Jamie Yonng
- What Are They?: Scratcher Game
- Cost: Free
- Verdict: Legit
- Recommended: No
What Is Lucky Party?
Lucky Party is another scratch game on the app store that says you can win significant recurring sums of money using their game.
What made me laugh was the advert that displayed the game and how you can benefit from it.
It showed a user in a shop that got to the checkout only to find out her account balance was $0.
So what she did was took out her phone, opened up Lucky Party, played it for a few minutes, and paid for her shopping.
Here is the screenshot of the advert here:
Now, if that got your hopes up, let me send them right back down by saying this isn’t an actual representation of the game.
It is an advert that is massively exaggerated to get users to install it straight away basically.
But I can tell you with confidence that no game will pay you in the space of minutes enough for you to shop.
This game though like I was saying, is another of its kind.
These are almost similar, so chances are if you have played one of those three games above, you will be more than familiar with Lucky Party.
The clue is in the first word.
Lucky Party is quite new though mind you, it was launched back in May 2020, and has surpassed 500k installs.
But now its time to find out if this game is different and pays or like the others I mentioned earlier is a massive let down.
Getting Started With Lucky Party
On the launch of Lucky Party, your shown a scratchcard which they encourage you to swipe.
Like the ones in the ads that allow you to interact with them, the rewards aren’t random.
That is your welcome bonus, so the amount of money you get is predetermined.
In this case, you get 100k coins, as you can see from underneath this what I was awarded.
Next up, you get a pop up saying claim $1000, now initially like anyone would be it got me excited for as long as 3 seconds.
That is because once I claimed it, they put a full spot to make it $1.000.
So really you have $1 instead, and this is a bonus you get for free.
Once you have claimed it, you will see it added to your account. However, it isn’t withdrawable just yet.
I will explain what you need to do to cash out in just a second.
How Does Lucky Party Work?
Now once you have made it to the dashboard, you should see some games to play.
In total, there are six games that you can play.
So let’s talk about each of them now and what you gain from playing them.
Just as it suggests, you can get lucky scratching scratchers.
A bit of a tongue twister I know, but once you have clicked on this feature, your presented with one.
For each one, you need to find three of the same symbols.
Find them, and you will get the prize, which can vary in size of both cash and coins.
Here is the first one I got:
For that scratcher, I did win the reward.
However, from doing more than one, you don’t win them all.
If you don’t get the three symbols, you will get a small bonus, that you will find on one of the squares.
That will typically be either a few cents or a couple of thousand coins.
The other aspect to talk about with the Lucky Party Scratchers is the ads.
These do become annoying, especially as you are shown one for every scratcher you complete.
Slot Of Cash
The next thing that became apparent is that for each of the games, they give you a free win to start you off.
Just like gambling, companies like to do this to give you that feeling that its possible to win.
Now with Slot Of Cash, just as it sounds, you are spinning a slot with the hope of getting three matching symbols.
At the top, there is a guide of what items will get you the biggest wins.
That consists of fruit that will give you coins and cash that will provide you with money. Very simple.
Another opportunity to get lucky, supposedly, is with there Lucky Wheel.
Here whatever you land on, you get added to your balance.
Among these prizes consist of cash and coins.
To start off, you get one free spin.
After that, each one either costs 5000 coins, or you have the option to watch up to 3 videos to get three spins.
To entice you to watch more ads, they offer you double prizes if you watch another advert.
I am not a fan of these, as each time I landed on coins and a low amount of them.
Finally, we have a Lucky Card.
Here you have nine cards in total, and what you need to do is flip over three cards.
There are different prizes to be won under these.
As you can see by the image, I got 1 cent, and 10k coins finished off by a sorry card, which by the looks gives me nothing.
You can also see at the bottom a +3 card. This means you can get another pic, but it will cost you 30 seconds of your time.
How Do They Pay?
By clicking on the menu on the main menu, you will see the cash-out option.
Here there are surprisingly seven ways to get paid using the app. Most games stick to two options or even items such as iPhones.
But in this case, you have:
- Old Navy
There are some cool options to choose from.
Something I wasn’t expecting coming into this Lucky Party review as some of those payout options you won’t find on other apps.
However, all of these require a high amount of either cash or coupons to request it.
Cash can only be used to redeem PayPal; there are four amounts to choose from $50, $100, $200, and $500.
The minimum amount of cash needed for the lowest payout is 500,000 cash. You can also use your coins to get PayPal; however, you will need 10 million coins, and just from looking at the 7 figure number in the store, it will probably take you a while.
These leaves the remainder of the options, which can be withdrawn using coins, each gift card as a $50 and $100, requiring you to earn 10 million and 20 million coins, respectively.
What You Need To Know Before You Download
1. Ad On Every Click
If you love ads, you are going to love Lucky Party.
That is because everything you click on ultimately results in an ad viewing.
Ads are okay; they are required for apps like this one.
But like all things they are best in small doses and in this case, there are far too many.
So if your already a user or thinking of downloading the game, this is something to bear in mind.
2. An Introduction To Gambling
In the terms and description in the app store, the age rating states that you must be 12 years or above to use the game.
However, from my experience with anything related to gambling, it’s not something young people should be introduced to.
Being very addictive it can lead to addictions in the future.
Granted, you aren’t spending your money here; it is still gambling coins with the hope of a bigger return.
You could argue that it’s just a game, but even with that said, its not something I want to get behind.
3. Not Keeping On Top Of Payouts
Users on the Lucky Party game are reaching the minimum thresholds of the rewards in the store but not getting paid.
What I am surprised about is that people are actually getting enough to cash out. It shows that people are putting in lots of hours into the game to get something at the end of it hopefully.
However, what I am not surprised is after months for some of these users, they have no sign of payment coming through. Some have waited two weeks, others for a few months.
No matter what time, what is evident is a lack of on-time payouts.
I always read reviews on games, but they are hard to read at times, as you can tell and also imagine how frustrated some of these users are.
Here is an example of one Lucky Party review I found in the Play Store:
No Lucky Party, No Party?
Not necessarily as apart from the fun games that I’m sure some users will have fun with, some aspects do concern me.
To reiterate some of the issues, I highlighted above the whole gambling is an aspect I don’t like. With how accessible these games are on the app store, kids, especially teens who want to earn money, might install the game and start playing it.
This gives them an unneeded intro into gambling and throwing everything you have earned for chances of big rewards.
The other issue is that I am almost 100 percent sure that this game doesn’t reward its users.
As I talked about earlier, people are redeeming their rewards; however, with weeks going by, there is no sign of a payout. This, of course, the app developers fault as the threshold is too high; if too many people reach $100, it’s going to make it very hard to keep on.
So it’s not a big shock that so many people weeks later are seeing no sign of any reward from the game.
At the end of the day and to save me from rambling on at the end of this Lucky Party review, this game is not worth it.
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