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Flush Casino Review

Written by Adam Gros



Find out if Flush Casino should be your choice of a crypto-only casino in this Flush Casino review. I played in this casino and tested its bonuses, games, support, user experience, and everything else you need to know to make your choice.

At first glance, this is a few-year-old casino that doesn’t seem like just a copy of some older established brand, which is a good sign to start with. There is some uniqueness that I miss for Flush to stand out from the crowd more and better grab and hold my attention. But overall, I had a pleasant experience playing there.

Established in 2021, Flush Casino is licensed and regulated by the government of Curacao.

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Flush Casino bonuses

Flush Casino Bonuses


Number of Welcome + Regular Bonuses

They offer very few welcome and regular bonuses (most casinos offer at least 4)

* Regular Bonuses = Reload, Cashback, Free spins, Rakeback, Faucet

Welcome Bonus Amount

The welcome package amount could be higher (the best casinos offer at least 1 BTC).

Welcome Bonus Free Spins

There are very few or none welcome free spins (most casinos offer at least 100).

Number of Regular Weekly Promotions

They offer very few regular promotions (most casinos have at least 2 weekly promotions).

* Regular Promotions = all time-unlimited promotions without the welcome offer and bonuses in the VIP/loyalty program

Regular Weekly Bonuses Amount

There aren't any regular weekly bonuses.

* Regular Bonuses = Reload, Cashback, Free spins, Rakeback, Faucet

Regular Weekly Free Spins

There are very few weekly free spins (most casinos offer at least 100).

Wagering Requirements

Wagering requirements are very high (most casinos require 40x wagering (on bonus) or less).

* Average wagering requirements across all regular bonuses are taken into account.

If bonuses are your cup of tea, then Flush Casino won't impress you. There are plenty of tournaments, mostly by game providers, but only one welcome promotion. All other bonuses are a part of the loyalty program.

Starting out, you can get an exclusive first deposit bonus in two variants if you sign up through the links on this site:

150% up to $300, Wagering: 30x (on bonus+deposit)

200% up to $2,000, Wagering: 35x (on bonus+deposit)

To get the lower bonus, deposit at least $10, while the higher bonus requires at least a $200 minimum deposit.

Mind you, because these are exclusive bonuses, they are higher than the default bonus you can get in Flush Casino. The default is 100% or 150%.

To comment on this exclusive offer, it's both good and not so good. To get a 200% bonus on a first deposit isn't common, so this is a good opportunity. The bonus value isn't the highest, but I don't find that as relevant as the wagering requirement, which is high above average.

In other words, your odds of keeping any wins from this bonus aren't high.

There also aren't any free spins, which are usually present in most welcome bonuses.

And lastly, this is all there is to welcome bonuses. After this, you're left to the loyalty program and races/tournaments.

I'll comment on all the bonuses you can get in the loyalty program in the VIP section of this Flush Casino review.

Apart from the game provider tournaments, Flush Casino runs a weekly race. The top 10 players with the highest wagering amounts by the end of each race win a prize, where the highest prize is $1,000.

Flush Casino Bonus Code

There are no bonus codes in use in Flush Casino. If you get a bonus, it gets applied automatically. The same goes for the exclusive bonus if you sign up through links on Gamblineers.

A pop-up will appear asking you if you want to see welcome offers, which you must confirm, and that's it.

Flush Casino lobby
Flush Casino lobby

Flush Casino Games


Number of Games

They could have more games (the best casinos have at least 4000)

Game Providers

They have games from fewer game providers than most casinos (who have at least 51)

Game Variety

You will find all the popular regular and live games (slots, poker, roulette, blackjack, baccarat)!

Provably Fair Games

The casino doesn't offer games provably fair by the player

Number of Crypto Games

They have one of the most diverse offers of crypto games!

* Crypto games: Dice, Crash, Plinko

Flush Casino hosts over 3,000 games from a little over 30 game providers. Not the highest numbers, but not the lowest either, and you can find all game types you desire.

What I miss most is being able to play games for free, something that almost all casinos offer, but Flush doesn't.

Also, I love it when a casino decides to develop its own games, and Flush Casino keeps teasing with these in their lobby, but so far, they're still 'coming soon.'

I hope that it really will be soon because apart from this, Flush doesn't add that much to the table when it comes to playing games, which is the main reason why you go to a casino.

The user experience is okay, you can filter games by game providers and sort them alphabetically or by popularity, but that's about it.

There's also a quite obvious error on the website, where you can't scroll to the end of the providers' list because it's longer than the length of the website. I think Wazdan and Yggdrasil fall off the clickable list, but if they add more providers, this will just get more annoying.

To be honest, there isn't much a casino can do to get an edge when it comes to games, but some casinos have found a way by enabling more advanced game filtering, displaying every game's RTP, developing in-house games, etc. BC.Game is one such example.

If you want games provably fair by the player, you won't find them here. At least, not until Flush develops its in-house games, where I hope they go for the provably fair feature.

The lobby is a dark blue with the classic game categories, a menu on the left, and an intuitive and easy-to-use search bar.

Flush Casino Accessibility & UX


Number of Supported Languages

The casino could offer it's site in more languages (the best casinos have at least 10)


The casino accepts only 8 cryptocurrencies (most casinos accept at least 10)

Restricted Countries

Less countries are restricted from playing than in most casinos!

* Includes restricted countries for using bonuses as well.

Desktop Site Speed

Desktop website is among the fastest!

* Measured with Google Page Speed Insights (Largest Contentful Paint)

Mobile Site Speed

Mobile website speed is ok but could be faster

* Measured with Google Page Speed Insights (Largest Content Paint)

Hard to Find Info

All important information is easily accessible

Lost or Diminished Functionalities on Mobile

All functionalities work well on mobile

Popup Notifications

There are no intrusive and unnecessery notifications and popups

* Popups and notifications are deemed intrusive if they keep opening on multiple pages even after closing, covering the majority of the screen and generally interfering with user experience.

This is the part I liked. If you're a crypto casino where you take advantage of what cryptocurrencies offer, then accessibility has to be spotless. And it is in Flush Casino.

The website is available in 10 languages, only 10-15 countries are restricted from playing, and you can deposit crypto directly on the blockchain, or use Onramper to buy it.

Ok, there could be more cryptocurrencies available for deposit, but at least they don't accept the 'generic' list of the top 6 currencies by market cap.

You can see all languages, restricted countries and payment methods listed in the details section of this Flush Casino review.

The website, in general, loads ok; there are no issues or annoying pop-ups, and there's even a browser app if you want a better experience and full-screen games. Either click on the display icon on the right side of your URL bar in Chrome or use the menu on mobile.

Some things might be in different places than you're used to if you've played in as many casinos as I have. For example, you will find info on loyalty only from your account, and the FAQ is only accessible from the live chat window.

But everything is clear, nothing is missing, and even the terms are written in a way so an average Joe can read and understand them, which is rare.

Flush Casino signup
Flush Casino signup

Flush Casino Login, Signup & Payments


Required Personal Info to Sign Up and Play

Only an email is required to sign up and play!

Sign Up Process

The sign up process is short and simple!


Very low min. deposit and unlimited max. deposit!


Min. withdrawal is very low compared to most casinos and max. withdrawal is very low.


The casino accepts very few cryptocurrencies compared to most casinos (that accept at least 10).

Use of Bonus Codes

Bonus codes are simple to use if they are needed at all

Wagering deposits

You need to wager your deposit amount only once before being eligible for a withdrawal.

Signing up and logging in to Flush Casino is as simple as it gets.

You only need your email address, and you're good to go.

You can then deposit in one of 8 cryptocurrencies or use Onramper to buy crypto.

The payment limits are excellent where it comes to deposits, and could be better for withdrawals. At least, maximum withdrawals are too low compares to what I'm used to.

The values below are for USDT on any blockchain other than ERC20 because that one is the most expensive. What I'm trying to say is that the limits will depend on the chosen currency. Below, I listed the best limits I have found:

Min Max
Crypto deposit $1 unlimited
Crypto withdrawal $10 $2,500 per day, $5,000 per week, $10,000 per month

Flush Casino Regular Players Treatment



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Regular Weekly Promotions

There are very few or no regular weekly promotions.

VIP/Loyalty Program

The casino has a poor loyalty program.


Support is one of the best and will sure take care of all your needs!

*Support is rated in the support section of Flush Casino review.

There is a newsletter when you sign up and a loyalty program where you can get free spins and cashback, but there are no other bonuses for regular players (not counting tournaments and races).

I think the loyalty program has potential and an interesting structure (I will explain everything in the next section), but they could offer more than just two types of bonuses there.

Lastly, the support is awesome. This can be subjective, but the support here is just according to my taste. Read the Flush Casino support review section to find out more.

Flush Casino loyalty
Flush Casino loyalty

Flush Casino VIP + Loyalty


Loyalty Program Accessibility

This loyalty program could be more affordable

Unique Loyalty Prizes And Features

This loyalty program doesn't offer unique prizes or features

Number/Value of Added Features For a Loyal Player

The loyalty program adds very little value to player's experience

The structure of Flush Casino's loyalty program is a bit unusual, but it appeals to me because it makes sure that more events happen more often.

There are 12 levels, including the starting one, with a different number of milestones in between levels:

  1. Noob (0 points): 12 milestones (8 cashback, 4 free spins)
  2. Plankton (100k points): 8 milestones (4 cashback, 4 free spins)
  3. Minnow (250k points): 24 milestones (12 cashback, 12 free spins)
  4. Shrimp (1.5M points): 4 milestones (1 cashback, 3 free spins)
  5. Crab (4.5M points): 3 milestones (all free spins)
  6. Octopus (15M points): 1 free spin milestone
  7. Electric Eel (45M points): 2 milestones (both free spins)
  8. Swordfish (150M points): 1 free spin milestone
  9. Dolphin (300M points): 0 milestones
  10. Great White Shark (450M points): 0 milestones
  11. Killer Whale (675M points): 0 milestones
  12. Blue Whale (1B points): 0 milestones

Each time you reach a new level or a new milestone you get a reward. Either a cashback or free spins, depending on the milestone. You get both on each new level.

The cashback goes up to 25% and has no wagering requirements.

What's interesting is that you don't get new features by climbing the loyalty ladder that you can keep, but only get rewarded as you level-up.

This means you should have plenty of perks at the start because there are many milestones. But less and less happens as you level up.

There is no mention of any VIP treatment on higher levels, but I hope there is one, otherwise you get less as a bigger player, which would be kind of weird.

You earn 10 points for each $1 bet you make.

You also get a choice of four games on which to use the free spins.

I like that this loyalty program is different, but I miss anything other than bonuses and perhaps better VIP treatment at the higher levels.

Flush Casino Support


Number of Support Options

They could have more support options apart from live chat (the best casinos include live chat, email and telephone)

Live Chat Experience

Live chat doesn't send an email when the chat is over or if the response is late.

Response Time

Live chat response time is a few seconds or up to a few minutes tops!

Bots & Agents

Live chat agents give usefull and to the point answers and they are both professional and friendly. You have to talk to a bot before getting to an agent.

* Talking to a bot is not necesserily a bad thing but it does prolong the time for resolving your issue if you must talk to an agent.

Live chat support is the only kind available in Flush Casino.

And it's exactly as it should be if you ask me.

I hate small talk and all those fake niceties that usually make up 90% of all messages you get from support agents.

Most players don't need support for small talk. You go there, want a quick and direct answer to your problem, and you're on your way.

That's exactly what you're going to get in Flush. I'm serious, not even a hello, the agent will jump straight to answering, and you will get your answer in seconds (depending what you're asking about, obviously).

They're not rude or anything, just direct. Perfect!

There is also a bot at the beginning, which is implemented in a funny way, in my opinion.

You won't know there is a bot until you send a message. Only then will you see that the bot is answering you, offering the generic support categories to choose from, completely irrelevant to your query.

This is a bit of a failure, but at least you can get transferred to an agent immediately if you need to.

Flush Casino Responsible Gambling

There is not much to say here. There are no settings that you can set yourself. You need to contact support to self-exclude, and that's about all you can do.

There isn't even anything on responsible gambling in the terms or in the footer.

Flush Casino Social Media & Groups

Flush Casino is on Twitter, Telegram, and Discord. They don't link to their profiles from the website, so I suggest asking support for the links, so you don't end up on some sketchy made-up profile.

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Min. Deposit:

Crypto: $1

Max. Deposit:

Crypto: unlimited

Min. Withdrawal:

Crypto: $10

Max. Withdrawal:

Crypto: $2,500



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Software (game) providers:

Amatic Industries
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Big Time Gaming
Evolution Gaming
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Hacksaw Gaming
Lucky Streak
No Limit City
Oryx Gaming
Play’n Go
Pocket Games Soft
Pragmatic Play
Push Gaming
Red Tiger
Relax Gaming
Tom Horn Gaming
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Accepted fiat currencies:

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Current bonuses:

  • Exclusive First Deposit: 150% up to $300
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Adam Gros | CEO & Founder

A gambling enthusiast and founder of Gamblineers with 10+ years of experience in online casinos, specializing in crypto gambling. Anything that needs calculating and charting is my passion, my goal is finding new opportunities and I believe that crypto is the future. I find weird things interesting, because they spice up my life. My work has been featured in many renowned gambling publications like the Gambling Insider and the iGB Affiliate Magazine.

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