Costa Games launched in June 2015 and is the sister site to the more well know Costa Bingo. It follows – as you’d expect – the same theme with a bright blue tone. Unfortunately the UKGC’s clampdown on characters has meant that “Sunny” now no longer beams down on you when you first visit, but he’s back once you’ve signed up and logged in. The site itself is another “front” for the latest network of sites being pushed out by Dragonfish. They join the likes of Foxy Casino, Wink Slots and Wicked Jackpots who all launched around the same time.
5 No Deposit Spins
The main difference between Costa Games and many of the above is that Costa Games offers new players no deposit spins when they register. There are 5 slot spins on Enchanted Prince if you sign up on desktop. However if you sign up via mobile or tablet then you get 5 no deposit bonus spins on Magical Forest. No deposit is needed for the free spins but you do need to add card details. Wagering terms will also apply and there’s a limit to how much you can win. The terms for wins on the spins is quite a hefty x80!
Should you go on to deposit at Costa Games you’ll receive a 100% bonus (£10 to £50) plus up 100 extra free spins. Again wagering terms apply. For this case it’s x40 but that applies to both the bonus and deposit. Do check the site terms through so you’re familiar with these conditions. In our view they’re quite high and not the most attractive. By the way there’s a second deposit bonus of 50% on offer too – details of this can be found once you’ve logged in.
Plenty Of Promos
Games wise there’s a good selection of slots but top picks as suggested by Costa Games include 88 Fortunes, Spinata Grande, Chilli Gold, Twin Spin, Big Money Slingo, Rainbow Riches, Gonzo’s Quest, OMG Kittens and Lights. These games are joined by a selection of progressive jackpot slots, instant wins, scratchcards and table games including live casino. The games are laid out in a good fashion and you can favourite the ones you like to return too. There is no demo play offered though.
One area where Costa Games excels is in the promotions department. It already offers more to newbies than say Foxy Casino, but regulars aren’t forgotten. There’s a Game of the Week that offers the chance to win a share of 1000 spins (terms apply), a bonus booster on Thursdays and Fridays, triple chip loyalty points on a Tuesday and extra spins on a Monday. At time of writing they even had a promo to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Overall, Costa Games has some good points and some not so good points. The welcome offer is attractive but the wagering terms a little high. However there’s more promotions wise inside Costa Games than some other Dragonfish powered slots so it really depends on your own requirements.