This classy, understated design avoids all the usual cockney clichés. Instead, this lively casino sports a clean white backdrop and a discrete Union Jack flag as its logo. No Houses of Parliament, no London Eye, no Tower Bridge and no Shard, this displays a typical English regard for understatement and avoids any unsightly brashness.
Underneath the quiet, introverted exterior, there are of course, hidden depths. These include a wide range of games, featuring hundreds of slots for a start. These are supplied by top of the class designers like NetEnt, NextGen Gaming and Microgaming, so you can be sure of quality as well as quantity. And with more than thirty progressive slots included, there are some decent prizes to be won as well.
London is a city which loves its heritage, so it is apt that there are plenty of traditional games to be found here. The range of table games is nothing to shout about, but you do get a selection of video formats of Blackjack, Poker and Roulette. Where this casino does excel though is in its provision of good old British Bingo. There are five different formats to play, with ticket prices ranging from just a penny up to 50p. There is some free bingo too.
Finally, there is also a roster of additional games. This includes a decent selection of scratch cards, plus some other games such as Lotto and Slingo.
As you would expect from this supremely patriotic site, London Jackpots only accepts payments in the good old British pound. But everything else about it is conveniently flexible. You can make payments with your Visa or MasterCard credit or debit cards. Paysafecard is reassuringly British in origin, but the American upstart PayPal is also acceptable in a nod to modernity.
In fact, you can even Pay by Mobile here. There are some additional conditions to consider if you do decide to make your payments this way however. You will be limited to a daily maximum amount of £30, and there is an administration fee to pay if you deposit £20 or less. All payment options carry a minimum deposit requirement of £10.
Withdrawals can start from £10, but there is also a fee to pay if you claim small amounts. To avoid this, you will need to ensure that you always claim at least £30. There is no maximum limit though: players are entitled to claim all their cash balance in a single instalment if they wish. All claims are subject to a 72 hour pending period, but you can still expect your personal account to receive your withdrawn funds within a week.
There is a basic FAQ area here, but for a more detailed response you can contact the Customer Support team via e-mail or live chat. This service is available from 9.30am to 6pm, Monday to Friday only, UK time.
London Jackpots is licenced by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, so it is fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. This means that this casino can be considered safe to play for players based within the United Kingdom.