Casino Cruise accepts several banking options. But what’s available to you will depend on what part of the world you live in.
I highly recommend you check out their banking page. They have a filter you can use to see what payment options are available to players in certain countries. You can also change the currency to see what the banking limits are in pounds, dollars, etc.
Here’s a list of their most common banking options. Just keep in mind you’ll want to either check out their banking page yourself, or create an account and log-in, to see if there’s anything specific only you can use.
Bank Wire Transfer
Diners Club International
Online Bank Transfer
Postepay (by Skrill)
Most of these options can be used for cash outs, too (unless they say otherwise).
What’s neat is they do not charge fees for deposits or cash outs. But they do have a few limits.
For example, the most you can deposit in one transaction is €5,000. The max you can cash out is €5,500 per week, and no more than €22,000 per month. The only exception is for higher level VIPs, who are able to cash out a bit more – €50,000 per month.
Another thing – Casino Cruise says they reserve the right to split up withdrawal requests of €100,000 or more into 10 monthly installments. I assume VIP are an exception, though, given their higher monthly limits.
If you need any help you can contact Casino Cruise by any of the following methods:
Casino Cruise has an FAQ page, too. I quickly checked it out – it covers quite a few common questions people ask. This might be a good place to start before you hit up their support.
$1,000 Deposit Bonus, Weekly Promos & Other Promotions
The following is a list of promotions you’ll find at Casino Cruise. We also cover the important details, such as limits and rollover requirements, for each one.
New players will have the opportunity to get a match bonus on each of their first four deposits, up to a max of $1,000. This is broken up like so:
100% up to $200
50% up to $200
25% up to $300
25% up to $300
You’ll also get 100 free spins on the Starburst slot. Your free spins will be divvied out at the rate of 20 free spins per day, for 5 days, starting on the day you make your first deposit. Each set of 20 free spins is good for 24 hours.
Every Tuesday you’ll get a 25% match on your deposit up to $100.
Points to Cash
You’ll receive 1 point for every $10 bet you make. However, the ratio can be as high as 1 point per $50 spent if you play table or live dealer games. Collect 100 points and Casino Cruise will swap it out for $1 cash.
Wednesday Reload Bonuses
On the first Wednesday of the month, you can claim a 50% match bonus up to $100. You can do this twice. You’ll only have 48 hours to claim both offers.
Get free spins daily. Casino Cruise awards these to 100 players at random. There’s no deposit or opt-in necessary.
Make a deposit and get a 50% reload bonus up to $100. You’ll also get 20 free spins. No opt-in or bonus code necessary. Just log in and make a deposit.
Casino Cruise has a multitier VIP program that comes with several perks that include the following:
Premium customer service
Personalized email support
Personal cash back offers
Higher cash out limits
Overall, Casino Cruise offers a nice selection of offers. There’s plenty here to keep you coming back, day in and day out.
Their default wager requirements are:
Slots – 40x bonus
Blackjack – 400x bonus
Roulette – 200x bonus
Baccarat – 200x bonus
Video Poker – 400x bonus
Table Poker – 200x bonus
A 40x bonus rollover is reasonable. And though video poker and blackjack games only contributing 10% is normal, seeing them written as 400x (which I got from ThePogg.com) is sort of a turnoff. But that’s a standard move from online casinos, and not something you can or should hold against Casino Cruise.
Here’s how all the games are weighted as a percentage:
Slots and other games – 100%
Classic Slots – 75%
Simsalabim, Castle builder, pearls of India, Big Bad Wolf, Supernova, Hot Ink, Arabian Rose – 20%
Table Games, Live Games and All Blackjack – 10%
Video Poker – 5%
Classic Blackjack and All Aces Video Poker – 2%
Again, all standard stuff.
The only other thing you need to know, is that all winnings that come from your free spins will need to be rolled over 40x before you can cash them out.
Choose from More Than 1,000 Casino Games
Casino Cruise offers more than 1,000 casino games. And that’s because Casino Cruise uses Net Entertainment (NetEnt), Microgaming, NYX Interactive, and Vivo Gaming for software.
This is a list of heavy-hitters. There’s no two ways about it.
But because there are so many games on their site, it’s easy to feel a bit overwhelmed – as if you’re not sure where to start. The good news is Casino Cruise has many of their games split up into the following categories for each access:
They also have a filter at the top. This includes the same options from the list above. But it also includes an option for finding a game based on software provider, or sorting through the titles in alphabetical order.
The only disappointing thing about their games is that they don’t let people from the US look at them – even if only for free/play money. So, I wasn’t able to check out their games myself.
I had to look elsewhere. So, the following list of games will give you an idea of what you can play at Casino Cruise. But keep in mind this barely scrapes the surface as to the sheer number of games you’ll have to choose from.
Live Dealer Games
Atlantic City Blackjack
European BJ Redeal
Vegas Single Deck
Super Fun 21
Aces & Eights
All Aces Poker
Jacks Or Better
Jacks Or Better Power Poker
Joker Poker Power Poker
Double Double Bonus
Caribbean Stud Poker
Casino Hold ’Em
Txs Hold ’Em
3 Card Poker
Pai Gow Poker
Crown And Anchor
You’ll notice there are duplicates of some of these games. But that’s because they come from different software companies, such as NetEnt and Microgaming. So, there will be some differences in how they look, and possibly their stakes and rules, too.
For the video poker games, many of them will also be available in 1 and 4-100-hand variants.
Next up are their slots. Here’s a sneak peak at what titles you get to choose from:
Fat Lady Sings
Racing for Pinks
One thing you cannot possibly comprehend looking at this list are all the licensed titles you’ll get to play. Most of these come from Microgaming, with a few mixed in from the other providers. But you’ll get to play slots based on board games, celebrities, movies, video games and comic books. You’ll swear you’ve seen these games in a Las Vegas casino.
And, chances are good you have – or something darn near identical to it. I know, because I have.
And because Casino Cruise’s games operate using HTML5, you can play their games right inside your browser. That goes for playing from your computer, mobile phone or tablet. Even better yet, most newer gen devices are compatible. That means some BlackBerry and Windows devices.
Any Shenanigans or (Major) Complaints?
The truth is, when I searched Google for ‘Casino Cruise scams,’ I didn’t find much in their listings. So, instead of going wide, I dug deep. I opened a few results to see what dirt might be lurking in the depths of the largest review portals on the web.
And, guess what? I still didn’t find much.
Most of what I did find was on Ask Gamblers. AskGamblers.com accepts reviews from their readers. They also act as a mediator in many, if not most of the complaints from customers.
Most of the complaints against Casino Cruise were taken care of. They were (happily) resolved. You know they were happy because they have big, green smiley faces on them.
But some complaints were ‘rejected.’ I took a look at those to see what I could find.
I found a few where customers complained, and then Casino Cruise jumped in to chat with them – to tell the player they were looking into their complaint.
That’s a brownie point for Casino Cruise. It takes a lot of time and effort to monitor and respond to comments on other websites. Especially considering the hundreds or even thousands of review sites on the web.
Anyway, what I found was that most complaints – namely the rejected complaints – were rejected because of bogus claims or inactivity (further follow-up) on the player’s behalf.
And, it’s not Casino Cruise rejecting them, but AskGamblers, after they did some research of their own.
Ultimately, I couldn’t find any dirt on Casino Cruise. Between that, the effort they put into communicating with people on other websites, and the additional monitoring from AskGamblers.com, I’d feel good and safe playing here.
I know what you’re thinking – that this entire review sounds too happy, too good to be true. But we can’t help what we find.
For example, when I searched Casino Cruise in Google, I found:
Good ratings (above average) on AskGamblers.com.
ThePogg.com highly recommends them. This is surprising because The Pogg hardly likes anyone.
Above average ratings at CasinoListings.com.
They’re even an accredited casino at CasinoMeister.com. Here’s what the owner had to say about them (in their review):
Note from the Meister:Lloyd Apter is the Chief Marketing Officer and has a huge influence on how this casino is run. I’ve known Lloyd professionally for over a decade and can attest that he is conscientious, fair, and whose business ethics are unquestionably rock solid. I am 100% certain that as long as Lloyd is involved with this casino, both players and affiliates will be treated with efficiency and fairness.
All these sites put in a lot of time researching online casinos. They care about their communities, too, so only the best online casinos are recommended.
So, when everyone agrees that one casino is worthy of your time and money, that’s hard for us to ignore. And based on our own research, we agree with them. You should join Casino Cruise today.