WANT TO WIN FREE MONEY? The tag line was good enough for me. I decided to download Lucky Day, a lottery app that is "free to play." But in life, I learned "free" includes fine print. I needed to find out if this app was actually free to play and the real odds of winning. Welcome to my Lucky Day app review.
How can a lottery be free to play? How do they make their money?
This lottery app is entirely free. There is no premium version, which I greatly appreciate. Whenever an app has a 'free' and 'premium' version, the free version is literal crap and the premium version gets thrown in your face constantly. (I'm looking at you roller coaster tycoon knockoff apps!) The app earns its money through ads, so you will watch lengthy video ads.
This blog and app is not sponsored, but you can use my referral code should you choose to download the app. Reminder that this is a gambling app nonetheless, so you can develop an addiction to Lucky Day and other gambling practices. I feel like if someone wants to gamble, they're going to gamble; so, I decided I might as well review an app that won't cost you money. Besides, the app store knows your age and location, so only certain individuals can download the Lucky Day app.
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Lucky Day App Review
30 days After
My video review tracked my gameplay for about five days. I've now been playing for a month. So far, I've won $8 and 2,805,250 tokens, which I find pretty impressive since it was free.
I've won several scratchers that earned me tokens and one scratcher that gave me $2. Leading up to then, I would win $.25 or $.50 every other/few days. After winning the $2 scratcher, I haven't won a single penny.
I've won zero raffles. Sometimes the raffle won't reveal who won and says "Better Luck Next Time." This frustrates me. It is a raffle, so somebody has to win. Perhaps the winner had not opened their raffle ticket yet and that is why no official winner was announced?
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