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Dazzle Casino Verdict
Dazzle Casino is a pretty nice site, with a good game mixture and a nice design. The software lobby is a little annoying but it works just fine. The VIP programme could be more generous and the mobile setup seems to be tricky, but overall this is an interesting site with some good offers. The daily promotions give you a reason to come back, but watch out for the high requirements.
Design & Usability
There is a certain dazzling style to Dazzle Casino, though thankfully its subtler than the name suggests. The site uses white and blue colours to seem almost cut from glass or ice, with a certain sparkle suggested by the art.
The site uses a thin top strip for navigation, then an art section, then you can see the top games. The site is made so that each page has a similar layout and so you can’t go far wrong. There’s also a useful floating button for live chat. However, this site then does something quite different, which may annoy some players. Everything, even login, is handled through the game lobby. This presents in a smaller window and it works fine, but it’s not as easy to read as the main site.
Software & Gameplay
This site has a software lobby from Progress Play for most operations, which at first may throw you off, but it works pretty well. You can find your games through six coloured tabs, while your account controls sit at the top. You can also search for titles.
The slots load almost full screen, with the site’s top bar staying in place to give access to your account and depositing. The background is kept as a neutral black. It’s a nice enough overlay but it does make you wonder what the software lobby was for.
Safety & Security
Dazzle Casino is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority. This site has an up-to-date security certificate and meets the requirements of the PCI Security Standards Council.
The site has clear terms and responsible gaming, along with self-limitation options and clear pay-out information which shows a good attitude for transparency.
Payments & Withdrawals
The site cashier is built into the software lobby and it’s actually very easy to use. Deposits start at £10. Withdrawals start at around £20 and will appear as pending for 3 days, so withdrawals will take a little longer than on other slots sites.
Deposits can be made using Visa, MasterCard, Charge to Mobile, PaySafeCard, Skrill, Neteller and Trustly. A very good mixture there, but sadly no PayPal. Still, it’s a good system, overall.
Click on the envelope top right to open the contact page (back on the main site!). Here you get a fairly detailed FAQ, info on depositing and of course contact methods.
You can reach the Dazzle Casino team via live chat or a contact form, but no phone number is listed. The team seems very quick and helpful, but sadly is only available 6am to 11pm GMT, which is a big drawback for night owls.
Bonuses & Promotions
Dazzle Casino greets you with a pretty standard welcome bonus, offering a 100% deposit match up to £200. The downside to this is a hefty 50x wagering requirement. Still, it’s there if you want it.
Thankfully the site also has a lot of cheap and cheerful daily offers. Monday Madness brings offers to your inbox, tailored to suit your play style. Tuesdays see thousands of pounds in bonuses randomly dishes out to players. Wednesdays offer free spins on a certain slot (sadly, with a 50x requirement again). You’ll also find live dealer offers and seasonal promotions, such as Spring Fever with free spins on offer for depositors.
The site does not explain much about its mobile casino slots offering, but does offer a section where you can scan a QR code or enter your email to get an instant link to the site. This is a nice touch and handy for those who are new to mobile gaming.
The mobile site looks a lot like the main site, but appears to be a little finicky and prone to giving blank screens. Hopefully this is not the case for all users. The site does not appear to have any apps.
Variety & Originality
Dazzle Casino offers a huge set of video slots, over 230. They use a mixture of developers, which is good as you get more variety. Microgaming provide slots like Jungle Jim and NetEnt bring along the classic Starburst. For a little change of pace, Thunderkick provide Frog Grog. It’s a good mixture and should keep you busy. You’ll also see nine jackpot games.
There’s a small section of casual games which gives Dazzle a little something different, plus a modest set of tables games. 16 live dealer games help to boost the table side of things, but a little more would be good to see.
Loyalty & Rewards
The Dazzle Casino VIP club lets you earn points as you play, to later redeem them as credit. 100 points is worth £1. You can also climb five levels by gaining VIP points, from Bronze to Diamond.
Initial rewards are basic but higher tiers unlock VIP support, birthday presents, personal account managers, personalised gifts and so on. Nice rewards, but you’re looking at spending £80,00+ to get a birthday present (£16 in wagers earns 1 VIP point, 5,000 are needed for Platinum tier!). Hopefully it’ll be more than a box of chocolates.