Red Flush Casino recently rolled out its biggest sign-up offer to date, promising players up to $1,000 in match bonus money. The bonus is broken into three sections, split up like this:
- First deposit — 100 percent match bonus up to $200
- Second deposit — 50 percent match bonus up to $400
- Third deposit — 25 percent match bonus up to $400
That means that players will have to deposit $2,600 to earn the full $1,000 bonus. On top of the bonus money, players are also automatically enrolled in the Red Flush loyalty program and given 500 free loyalty points after their first deposit.
The Red Flush welcome bonus is subject to a 40x wagering requirement, which is becoming increasingly standard at online casinos. Not all games contribute equally to the 40x wagering requirement, either. Below is a list of the contributing percentages for the site’s games:
- 100 percent — Most slots and parlour games (Keno and scratch card games)
- 20 percent — Table pokers (except Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker) and Casino War
- 10 percent — All Roulettes, All Blackjacks (except Classic Blackjack), Craps, Wheel of Riches, Sic Bo Texas Hold’em bonus Poker, All Video/Power Pokers (except All Aces Video/Power Pokers), Baccarat, Hot Ink, Retro Reels (Extreme Heat/Diamond Glitz)
- 2 percent — Classic Blackjack, All Aces Video/Power Pokers
Most of what’s above is pretty standard, although it’s worth mentioning that 10 percent on online blackjack is exceptional for a contributing percentage. If blackjack is your game, this is a good place to go.
Summary: I consider this to be a pretty standard welcome bonus offering. The wagering requirement is a tad more than I’d prefer, but not many sites offer up $1,000 worth of free money, and even fewer kick in some free points for the loyalty program. It’s also nice that a huge chunk of the bonus comes in the first few bonus. Often, staggered starting packages will be backloaded, but you can get $600 on solid match percentages with your first two deposits at Red Flush.
Red Flush Casino offers up three distinct types of games to its players — online slots, video pokers and table games. In total, players will find more than 500 games provided by Microgaming casinos, and industry leader in casino software development and distribution.
Like with most Microgaming casinos, the big draw here is the outstanding slate of progressive jackpot slots. I love these games for so many reasons. For starters, the jackpots are as big as you’re going to find on the web. They just don’t get any bigger — Mega Moolah, for instance, hands out million dollar checks on what seems like a monthly basis.
The gameplay on these slots is also outstanding. The Dark Knight is one of the best games — casino or not — I’ve played in a long time. The graphics are otherworldly and the experience is fantastic. Then you add in the fact that the jackpots are measured in hundreds of thousands of dollars? That’s a winner in my book.
If your stakes are a little lower or preferences more basic, there is a wide array of classic and video slots, with the latter ranging from 5-to-20 payline machines. If you’re into table games, there’s roulette, blackjack, craps and much more. The site also has more video pokers than your average online casino, plus Keno, if you’re into that.
Players can access the full slate of Red Flush games via either a downloadable version or an instant play casino. One special feature of Red Flush is it also has a casino designed specifically for Mac users. Frankly, if you have a Mac, instant play casinos usually work just fine. But I appreciate the extra effort here by Red Flush, and Mac users will probably get a slightly more seamless experience.
Red Flush, like many casinos, has begun to target mobile users more in the past year or two and now has a solid, if unspectacular, mobile product. The mobile casino is browser-based and features different games depending on which type of mobile device you’re using. For instance, there are 16 games available to iPhone users, 19 games to play on iPads and 27 games available on Android devices. If you’re stuck in the 20th century and still using a Blackberry, you can still access seven games, as well.
I have an iPhone, so I can only speak to my experience with that. I thought the casino operated really well. All the apps come with some top-notch games like Mega Moolah, Major Millions, Thunderstruck and Tomb Raider on board, plus a few more slots and some table games. The design is very sleek and I found it very user-friendly. I was able to link the same bank account from the regular casino to the mobile casino, and my bonus money transferred as well, which I was happy about.
I do wish the casino offered more variety, and in the future, perhaps it will. For now, I think the site has done a good job prioritizing which games get put on the mobile casino and ensuring that the mobile experience is fun and hassle free.
If you’re like me and always bouncing between different casinos, one thing you really come to value is a solid slate of promotions. Red Flush does a good job in this regard. The site offers varying promotions on a weekly basis.
Promotion of the day – For starters, the site runs regular promotions on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The Tuesday/Wednesday promotions are usually match bonus boosters, while the weekend offers are often free spins or free plays. To get these offers, you’ll have to sign up for email alerts from Red Flush, then the site will email you the promos.
Club Red loyalty program – Red Flush also has an excellent loyalty program, called Club Red. Players accrue loyalty points by making deposits and playing games and can use those points for Red Rewards, like free spins, cash or other prizes. The casino usually picks one game per week that awards double loyalty points, so players can build up those accounts quickly if they so decide.
Deposits: Players have all sorts of options for depositing at the Red Flush Casino. On the credit card front, the site accepts Visa and Mastercard. For e-wallets, there’s eCheck, Click and Buy and Eco. Cash alternatives like UKash and EntroPay are also accepted, as are direct bank transfers. Lacking are any Candian-specific methods, but players should be able to find a deposit method to their liking. For all methods except bank transfers, deposits are instantaneous — bank transfers may require up to 72 hours to process.
Withdrawals: Your options are slightly more limited for withdrawals. Visa and Mastercard should both work fine, but your only other options are Click and Buy, Entro Pay, Eco and bank transfers. There’s a 24-hour processing window for all withdrawals, and players should receive their money shortly thereafter. From what I’ve gathered, it can take up to an extra 24 hours for most methods to process following the casino’s window, with bank transfers taking a bit longer.
As I mentioned above, I don’t get to spend too much time at any one casino these days. Unless you’re also reviewing casinos, though, you’re not bound by that. If you want to experiment with different sites, by all means, I think it’s a great way to go. But if you want one place that has gaming variety and offers financial incentives to stick around, Red Flush is your kind of casino. It’s also worth mentioning that Red Flush is operated by Fortune Lounge, which runs a number of the casinos I recommend here.