LottoPark has a really clean, uncluttered landing page that is highly functional and inviting. The design has clearly been inspired by the colour of a four-leaf clover; the rate at which the site’s “Latest Winners” meter keeps refreshing with fresh batches of winners is proof that green is, indeed, a lucky colour.
The simple design is indicative of LottoPark’s commitment to functionality over distraction. Part of the LottoPark experience is reasonable prices, multi-language accessibility and easy navigation for newbies and beginners. The site looks just as neatly functional on PC, tablet or smartphone, but they have not yet added dedicated iOS or Android apps to their service.
Playing any of the games is extremely simple once you are signed in. All that is required is to click on the game you want to play, add the number of lines you wish to play, pick the numbers, click on the green Continue button when happy with your pick and then click on the Pay Now button, et voila.
What is a kind consideration for newbie users is only one line needs to be played if this is the first time using the site—a nice touch if the player wants to simply test out the waters before committing to a wider spread.
Numbers can be chosen manually, but there is a Quick Pick button if you would rather have the numbers selected randomly.
Once the Continue button has been clicked, it is then possible to review your order and even to add more tickets if desired. When your choices are complete, all you have to do is click on the Pay Now button to move on to the payment options.