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United States no deposit bonus codes Players from United States are NOT accepted.
Overall Rating 4.5/5 User Rating 3.1/5

Summary

Ruby Fortune is run on a Microgaming Software Platform. Their software is fast and easy to download with plenty of functionality for players of all levels. Within the casino, graphics are clean and games are divided into 10 categories so finding exactly what you want to play is super easy. In addition to an easy-to-navigate interface, Ruby Fortune offers more... Read Full Review

INFO

Free Spins Amount: 50 Spins

Exclusive Bonus: Yes

US PLAYERS: No

Mobile Support: Yes

Markets: Canada

Deposit Methods: MasterCard, Visa, Interac, eCheck, EcoPayz, Paysafecard

Payout Methods: MasterCard, Visa, Interac, eCheck, EcoPayz, Paysafecard

Software: Microgaming

CLAIMING STEPS

Follow These Simple Steps To Claim Your Bonus!

  1. To claim your bonus, click on the PLAY NOW button to visit the Ruby Fortune website
  2. Click on the "PLAY" button and play 50 free spins on Mahiki Islands
  3. Register an account and deposit a minimum of $10 to activate free spin winnings

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Full Review

Ruby Fortune is run on a Microgaming Software Platform. Their software is fast and easy to download with plenty of functionality for players of all levels. Within the casino, graphics are clean and games are divided into 10 categories so finding exactly what you want to play is super easy.

In addition to an easy-to-navigate interface, Ruby Fortune offers more than 80 slot games; both classic slots and video slots with bonuses and special games. You will find 10 progressive jackpot games including Progressive Roulette, King Cashalot and Lotsa Loot. Twenty five different Video Poker games are offered as well as table games like Sic Boo, Craps, Roulette, Red Dog, Baccarat, Let it Ride and Cyberstud Poker.

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Pros

  • Crisp graphics
  • Multitude of banking options
  • 24/7 live chat
  • Fast-loading games
  • Quick withdrawals

Cons

  • Fewer specialty games