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Vegas Days Casino

Play slots and table games at Vegas Days.

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  • Players can download PC software to play more than 50 3D slots and other games.
  • A 300% first deposit bonus worth up to $600 when players sign up.
  • Become a VIP to enjoy higher withdrawal limits and quicker payouts.
  • Play a host of slots, including the fun Chicken Little and Crazy Camel Cash.

Vegas Days Casino Review

Vegas Days would make a great name for a soap opera set on the famous Nevadan strip, but as it stands it’s simply a decent name for a slightly below average casino. It’s got character though, of that can be no doubt. In fact it’s got characters to be precise, four of them who stare back defiantly from the site’s homepage looking like they’ve just survived the zombie apocalypse or possibly just emerged from an all-night poker sesh in the Mirage. Whatever the case, they’ve clearly seen some stuff, and they’ve got the 1,000-yard stare and fixed rictus to prove it.

We’ve got a portly sommelier, a buxom brunette, a hairy chested Elvis wannabe and another buxom woman, this time a blonde. As a cross-section of the Las Vegas party set goes, this seems pretty accurate. This incongruous quartet of party people are here to ease you into life at Vegas Days, a place where sleep is for the weak and no one leaves until the jackpot’s been bagged.

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About Vegas Days

Vegas Days is operated by Cyberrock Entertainment N.V. who are based in Curacao, where their gaming license originates. In truth, the company’s employees have probably never set foot in the Caribbean outpost in their lives, but for regulatory purposes, that’s where their address is located. Normally when you visit a casino’s About page, it’s an opportunity for the site to say a little about its ethos; what motivates it and what players can look forward to during their time on the site. At Vegas Days, it’s a different story altogether.

Instead of laying out its values or mission statement, Vegas Days uses its About page to unceremoniously dump the terms and conditions for playing at the site. There’s not so much as a “Hello” or a “How are ya?” – it’s straight down to business with no messing around. For the record guys, that’s not what an About page is for and it’s not how you go about converting prospective customers into paying punters. Still, they’ll probably get away with it because who actually bothers to read casino About pages save for reviewers? No one, that’s who.

Banking Explained

When it comes to its banking page, Vegas Days at least has the presence of mind to explain in normal language what players can look expect when they come to make their maiden deposit. The site uses 128-bit SSL, the industry norm (and indeed the norm at all websites, regardless of industry), and deposits are discreetly billed for customers’ convenience. Before you can fund your casino account, you’ll first need to download Vegas Days’ free software, cos that’s how these guys roll.

Vegas Days accepts major currencies such as the US dollar, Euro, British pound and South African rand. As for payment methods, you’ve got ClickandBuy, Neteller, Visa, MasterCard and Paysafecard. It’s not the greatest of selections, but it’ll do. When it comes to making a withdrawal you’ll need to provide proof of identification which may include a photocopy of your credit card and something with your address. Vegas Days doesn’t state how long it takes for withdrawal requests to be processed.

Bonuses on Baize

Once you’ve installed the casino’s software and made your first deposit, you’ll be able to load up on welcome bonuses, specifically the 300% deposit match worth up to $600. Thereafter, the next most enticing bonus can be found over at the green baize tables, the ones where river cards and blackjack cards are laid down for all to see.

Yep, we’re talking table games because Vegas Days are doling out 30% in cashback to all who wager and lose while playing roulette, blackjack and video poker. This promotion applies to your first three deposits.

Like many online casinos, Vegas Days’ promotions aren’t always clearly explained. For example it would appear to be the case that there’s a 200% match with your first three deposits when the cash it put towards table games, but you may wish to check with the site in regards to that. One thing that’s certainly not ambiguous is the refer a friend bonus which will grant you $50 in bonus cash when they make their first deposit.

Vegas Days Casino Bonus & Promotion

Type
Amount
Match
Playthrough
Claim
First Deposit
$100
200%
35x
Second Deposit
$100
200%
35x
Third Deposit
$100
200%
35x

VIP Dream

It’s not uncommon for casinos to operate some kind of VIP scheme as a thank you to their loyalest customers. Or, to put it into plainer English, to keep their big spenders coming back for more. Vegas Days’ VIP scheme is hierarchically sorted according to playing card values, which surprisingly is a move that doesn’t seem to have gained traction at other casinos.

The tiers that are laid out at Vegas Days start with Jack, followed (as you can probably guess) by Queen, King and Ace. Naturally the value of the perks on offer rises with the rank, peaking at Ace VIP where “the benefits are beyond your expectations. All your needs will be met.” All of them? Well, that’s what Vegas Days claim at least. Feel free to test them on that one. For the record, as an Ace VIP you’ll receive exclusive entry to $100,000 slots tournaments, have a personal VIP manager at your beck and call and be granted quicker and higher withdrawal limits.

Casino Quality

Nice as it is to ramble at length about Vegas Days’ various quirks, characters and features, it ultimately all comes down to the quality of the games. The average casino player is pretty forgiving; they’ll overlook typos, a poorly designed banking page and confusing promotions so long as the games themselves pass muster. Do Vegas Days’ games withstand scrutiny? In a word, no. If you’re intent on compelling players to download software to their PC, you really need to be offering them more than Bust a Vault, Chicken Little and Big Cash Win.

Sure, these are the games that Cyberrock Entertainment use at all of their sites, but they’re rubbish there and they’re rubbish here. Actually, that’s perhaps being a tad harsh. These games aren’t bad; they’ve merely been superseded by better, more enticing options. Once these games would have passed muster. Today they don’t. It really is that simple. Still, if you’ve always harboured a dream of tracking down Crazy Camel Cash and putting it through its paces, step right up. Vegas Days have got what you need.

This One Just Falls Short

Vegas Days is an interesting looking site, but it’s ultimately one that fails to deliver. The homepage looks arresting, as the homepage of download casinos often does. It’s like they expend all their energy on designing a slick slider or featured image and then simply stop trying. There are worse download-based casinos out there, but then that’s hardly a ringing endorsement.

The games alternate between average and awful and let’s not even start on the About page again. Suffice to say that Cyberrock Entertainment could learn a lot about running a successful casino by studying their competitors. Will they? Of course not. They’ll keep churning out sites like this in the hope that enough gullible punters sign up to somehow keep them afloat.

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