- Updated: July 26th, 2019
- No Deposit Offer
- No Offer
- Slots Bonus
- 25 Free Spins
- Loyalty Bonus
- Get up to 50 Daily Free Spins & 10% Monthly Cashback
- Minimum Deposit
- Wagering Requirements
- Payment Methods
- Net Ent,
- Evolution Live Casino
- Launch date
- January, 2019
- UK License Holder
- 888 UK Limited
- UK License Number
Deluxino is a new Dragonfish Casino from Tau Gaming, released in January 2019. Notable for its fabulous no wagering welcome bonus spins, the site also has a truly inspiring mythical origin story.
And so Deluxino was born, the great deluxe casino of our time. Check out the bottom of the review if you want to read about the myth and the legend!
Deluxino Offers & Promotions
The welcome bonus is quite typical of other Tau Gaming Dragonfish casinos with a wonderful no wagering free spins package on offer. Here’s what you have to do in order to get them:
Deposit £10 or more, and you’ll get 25 Free Spins with no wagering requirements at all on your winnings. That means that all winnings are paid in cash. Plus you’ll get 10% Cashback! Just remember to tap in the code: SUMMER.
The site also has a VIP Programme where players can get up to 50 daily free spins as well as monthly 10% cashback.
Slots & Casino Games
There are over 300 games from providers like NetEnt, WMS, Eyecon, and NextGen. Apart from the free spins that come on Fluffy Favourites, you can also play on other games like:
- Slingo: Rainbow Riches
- Da Vinci Diamonds
Live casino rooms also come courtesy of Evolution Live Gaming, the best in the business.
Help and Support
Email: Contact Us Form
Telephone: 0800 018 3307
Mobile and Tablet
Deluxino is mobile ready. Here’s what it looks like below.
There is no maximum withdrawal limit for players from the UK. You can make up to 10 withdrawals per day.
Deluxino Final Thoughts
Another really solid offering on the Dragonfish platform, this no wagering requirement bonus is really the top selling point. What’s more, WDW users love Fluffy Favourites so that’s all the more reason to head over there!
The Myth of Deluxino
Please, take your seat around the campfire and enjoy one of the most remarkable fairytales of our time.
Sometime last year, a bunch of suits got together in a room charged with the task of naming their brand-new deluxe casino. One of the suits, who for legal reasons we will call Jim, got the ball rolling with the name “Deluxe Casino.” He was swiftly laughed out of the room for having no imagination. Soon afterwards he quit the company and set up a McDonald’s competitor called Fast Food Restaurant. Needless to say, it wasn’t a success.
The next suit, who we will call Helen Van De Sluiter (not for legal reasons, but because it is her name), suggested a portmanteau of the two words, “Deluxe” and “Casino.” However, in a momentary inversion of synapse firing, she suggested “Casinuxe.” The others nodded in approval and were about to ratify the proposal.
Then the newest suit in the company, a recent graduate in Linguistic Anthropology, suggested that if they really wanted to convey the deluxe-ness of the casino, then they ought to keep it in the name. “How about,” she said with a millennial smirk, “Deluxino.”*
Deluxino was born.
*Any similarities to real persons or events are entirely coincidental. This probably didn’t happen.