A fairly new online casino having launched in January 2017, Casino Calzone might just be the world’s very first online casino with an all-encompassing pizza theme. Yes really – this interesting recipe (pun intended) is powered by the likes of NetEnt, Microgaming, NextGen Gaming, Thunderkick, Play ‘N Go and more – and with almost 700 slots (which are not all pizza-themed, you should know), there’s a lot on the menu to try out.
The site is well optimized to run on all the devices we tried – desktop, smartphone, tablet, and also has a rather sweet little pizza-themed blog onsite, keeping players updated with everything casino and pizza-related.
In ‘Cals’ Big Welcome Package’, new players can get 100% up to £450, as well as up to 150,000 in Cals’ Cash (more on that in a minute), as well as 3 bonuses spread over their first 3 deposits.
But first, the nitty gritty: the minimum deposit to activate the bonus is £10, and the 100% match bonus up to £450 is spread by:
- First deposit – 100% up to £100,
- Second deposit – 50% up to £150,
- Third deposit – 50% up to £200
Bonus is available for New Players. 18+
To unlock the welcome bonus and re-load bonus there is a minimum deposit of £10 required.
There is a 45x wagering requirement on the bonus deposit – and if, that sounds a little too high for your taste buds, know that you have 30 days in which to do this.
Only one bonus can be claimed at one time. Deposit related bonuses cannot be “stacked”.
For spins bonuses there is a wagering requirement of 35x.
Remember those ‘Cal’s Cash’ extras you’ll receive? Those are points you can use, which you can then cash in as extra spins, or a fun spin on the Holy Calzone wheel, where prices include anything from 5-10 extra spins, and a jackpot win starting from £2,500 to a huge £12,500.
All no deposit spins and Cal’s Cash offers expire after 24 hours unless otherwise stated.
*Deposit from Skrill or Neteller are you’re not eligible to claim the Calzone casino Welcome Bonus
Casino Calzone Bonus-O-Meter
As it’s a fairly new casino, Casino Calzone has only so many flavorful promotions it can offer. These include the above mentioned ‘Holy Calzone’ prize wheel, where prices include either free spins or jackpot cash.
Otherwise, there’s also Cal’s Cash Delivery, which looks pretty good: when you play slots during the weekend, Cal gives you cashback the Monday afterwards – 5% on any ‘dough’ (get it?) you burn between Saturday 00:00 CET – Sunday 23:59 CET. The cashback has a wagering requirement of 20x before it can be withdrawn.
There’s just enough payment options available to keep every player satisfied; these include:
Each deposit method has a minimum deposit required of £10, and a maximum deposit limit of £5,000 – other than Paysafecard, which has a maximum deposit limit of £200. Be warned too, that when making deposits with Mastercard and Visa, you’ll have a 2.5% deposit fee to pay also.
You can also withdraw your winnings using all of the above methods, in addition to a direct bank transfer. For some of these options, there’s no fee to receive your winnings: with Visa, Paysafecard and a bank transfer, you’ll have to pay a £2.50 fee. There’s also a minimum withdrawal limit of £20.
Withdrawals generally take between 24 hours and 7 working days (for credit cards) to appear in your account, and this includes processing time.
Casino Calzone has two options for contacting support – either via their surprisingly non-pizza-themed live chat, or via an email to the support team. There is no indication whether either or both of these options are available around the clock, however.
The casino also has a Facebook profile, but at the time of writing, no other social media profiles. We understand that it can be hard to both run a full-time pizza businesses and an online casino, so we forgive them for that.
We here at Bonus.co.uk had thought we’d seen it all….and then, we saw Casino Calzone. The pizza-themed casino is definitely an interesting concept, and succeeded in making us absolutely craving pizza.
Despite the slightly distracting pizza-theme, we thought the games were presented in a really interesting, unique way, with different types of slots and table games filtered according to pizza-related categories – e.g., a ‘fresh slice’ label to indicate a new game.