Up to $200
1 – 10 Business Days
Hey, there – welcome to our Vegas Paradise Casino review.
If you’re interested in finding a new casino to try; new offers to claim; or if you’re brand new to this online gambling thing; you’ll want to stick around and read this review to the end.
If anything because I’m not sure this casino – specifically their games or offers – will be a good fit for everyone.
So, you’ll have to continue reading to find out if they’re a good fit for you. And to help you figure that out, we did the research and uncovered all the most important details about Vegas Paradise Casino. Those details revolve around the following subtopics:
Sound good? Then just mosey on down to the next section and we’ll get started.
Vegas Paradise is owned and operated by Progress Play Limited. They were founded in 2012, so they’ve been in business for about 5 years now.
Progress Play owns a network of casinos, none of which I’ve heard of before. But some of their other casinos include Lucks, Jackpot Paradise, Sin Spins, Cool Play and Aston Casino.
Not that I could find. I performed Google searches for scam, scandal and complaint-related phrases, and came up with very little other than a few complaints on AskGamblers.com.
There are 11 total complaints on AskGamblers.com. All of them have been resolved. I checked the oldest and most recent comment, and noticed that Vegas Paradise responded to both.
Overall – I don’t see any glaring problems or issues you need to be aware of.
Players from the following countries cannot play at Vegas Paradise:
Vegas Paradise is offering a 100% match bonus. This is good up to a max of $200.
The playthrough is 50x the bonus, which is average. But if you choose to play games other than slots, you might need to wager more. Here are the contribution percentages for their other games:
While these are far from the worst contribution percentages I’ve seen – when coupled with the default playthrough – completing the bonus playing any kind of video poker or table game (listed above) probably isn’t the best use of your time or money.
But if you do choose to accept the bonus, you’ll have 90 days to complete the rollover. The bonus itself isn’t cashable, though – you’ll only be able to cash out your winnings.
There are a few other offers. Here are the details.
Check your email. Vegas Paradise will send you offers tailored to your playing style and history.
This is a bonus given to you at random based on your deposit and playing history. You qualify if you made a deposit within the past 14 days and have played within the past 8 days. This bonus will have a 50x playthrough.
Every Wednesday Vegas Paradise will send you an email telling you what the game of the day is. All you have to do is login and you’ll get free spins for that game. You qualify for this offer if you made a deposit in the past week. All winnings will need to be rolled over 50x before you can cash them out.
Play live dealer roulette during the weekends. You’ll receive 30% of your aggregated losses up to $300, paid to you the following Monday.
Play roulette during the weekend and you’ll receive 25% cashback on your aggregated losses the following Monday.
Make a deposit on Sundays between 12pm and 12am and you’ll receive a 20% match up to $100. The bonus has a 50x playthrough.
Those are all their evergreen promotions. What’s interesting about these is they aren’t all your standard reload deposit offers. It’s a variety of different offers ranging from cashback to bonuses to random surprises – which is real neat.
The amounts aren’t MASSIVE, either. They’re small enough that you can clear them in a short enough time frame so that you can cash out some winnings if you want, or claim another offer.
They have a VIP Program. This program has 5 tiers, which include: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond. Everyone starts off at Bronze, then moves up when they earn enough points.
The perks include:
I’m feeling pretty uninspired by this program. It seems like your common, everyday program. There’s nothing too special or unique about it that I can see.
Their software comes from Microgaming, NetEnt, Progress Play (proprietary) and Nyx Interactive.
There are more than 225 games. They don’t have a download – you’ll play their games using their instant play casino, or using their mobile casino where about half the games are available.
Their games are neatly organized into the following categories:
Here are some examples of games you can play from the slots, scratch and casino & live sections.
I like the mix of run-of-the-mill slot themes with licensed titles and familiar titles like Robin Hood and Alice in Wonderland. There’s plenty of variety.
This list is a mix of your standard casino and live dealer table games.
This selection doesn’t look as good as it can given the software providers Vegas Paradise works with. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still a good selection; and you can’t complain considering they have live dealer games. But they don’t have the variety other casinos do, specifically when it comes to their regular table and video poker games.
Here are some of the games you can play from your mobile device.
And many, many others.
Overall, this is a good selection of games. I think just about anybody will be happy here, unless you have a specific title, table or video poker game you’re after. You can’t beat the software, either.
You can play most of their games for free, too. And you won’t need an account first (that I noticed), either.
The deposit options they accept include:
Most min deposits are $20.
You can cash out your winnings using one of these options:
Most cash outs will take about 1 business day to process, and up to 10 days to transfer, depending on the option you use.
One thing bothers me, though:
If there must be limits, $3,000 per week is reasonable. However, $6,000 per month is RIDICULOUS – especially for an international (non-US) casino. I’m really surprised, and real disappointed, that the monthly limit is that low.
The good news is that it sounds as if this doesn’t include jackpot winnings. That’d be an absolute nightmare to deal with (and worry about) at $6,000 per month.
You can contact them using the form on their site or any of the following:
Here are the things I like most:
Yeah, I think so.
They’re far from the best casino. There are other options that are arguably better, though it depends on what you’re in the market for. I think table and video poker players will have the least variants to choose from and, in extreme cases, may want to look elsewhere.
But overall, this is a solid casino for people wanting more offers to clear, a change of pace, or are just getting into this online gambling thing for the first time. The bottom line – I think they’re worth checking out.