Casinos Offering Online Craps

Craps casinos are a dime a dozen. There are 10s of casinos online, maybe 100s, and I’d bet that 98% of them offers craps games. You won’t have any trouble finding them.

What you might have trouble with is finding a solid craps casino. What does a solid craps casino look like?

  • They are reputable, safe and audited.
  • The casino accepts players from your country.
  • They have multiple banking options.
  • The casino offers craps-friendly promotions.

Not every casino will hit each point 100%. But your goal should be to get as close as possible.

And we want to help.

What we’ve done is review the top casinos that offer craps. The links to these reviews are below. Click on a link, read the review and if you like what you read, then you can click on the links (in the review) to visit and signup to the casino.


Interested in how we review a casino? Here are the details we look for.

Company Info

The first thing I research is the casino’s company info. This information will determine whether you can (or should) play at the casino. This is what I look for:

  • History — How long has the casino been in business? Who owns them? Are they publicly traded? The longer they’ve been in business, and the more people they have to answer to, the more trustworthy you can expect them to be.
  • Accepted Countries — What countries do they allow players to play from?
  • Awards — Has the casino won any awards?
  • Compatible Software — Do they have downloadable software for Macs, Linux and mobile users? If not, do they have instant play versions of their software?
  • Support — How many options do you have to get in touch with the casino’s support? Is their support responsive and knowledgeable? Are they friendly?

A ‘no’ answer to most of these will immediately disqualify a casino. The exceptions are awards won and compatible software. They don’t affect your safety or funds in any way, is why.

Deposit Bonuses

Deposit bonuses are promotions casinos offer to new players. The idea behind them is to encourage new players to signup and make a real money deposit.

Deposit bonuses will vary from casino to casino. Some casinos will offer $7 free and clear, others will offer $25 and some will offer in excess of $5,000. It varies from casino to casino.

Every bonus will have terms and conditions that you need know, too. Especially if you’re going to play craps. Here are the two important details you need to find:

  • Can you play craps to clear the bonus? Many casinos won’t allow you to.
  • If yes, what are the rollover requirements? If the casino allows you to play craps to clear the bonus, they will (usually) handicap it. In other words, instead of the 25x rollover the require if you play slots, they might ask you to rollover 50x, 75x or 100x for craps.

You absolutely must look for and understand these two details. If you signup for a deposit bonus and play craps when it’s not an approved game, you can lose your bonus money, as well as any money you may have won with it. You might also realize that the requirements to clear the bonus are so high that the bonus is not worth your time.

In addition to the deposit bonus, I also look for other promotions that craps players can participate in. This includes reload bonuses and VIP programs. I like (and prefer) casinos that are generous and want to take care of their players.

The Craps Game

There isn’t a lot that will distinguish one casinos’ craps game from another casino. So I don’t spend a lot of time trying.

What I do look at is the software. How does the software look? Is it modern? How it works is important too. Games that don’t work, lag or that have bugs suck. It’ll affect your experience in a negative way. So I try to avoid (recommending) them.

I also look at the stakes. This will vary from casino to casino. Some casinos will have a range of $1-$50 per roll, while others will range from $1-$1,000. I try to find casinos with the widest range.

Other casino games are important too. Sometimes you just don’t feel like playing craps. However, since everyone is different, that’s something you’ll have to research yourself. What do you like to play (besides craps)? Does the casino have it, and at the stakes you want to play them at? That’s what you need to find out.

What are the Banking Options?

Banking options are important to investigate. If the casino doesn’t have an option that you can use or signup for, you’re dead in the water. You won’t be able to play for real money, and you’ll have to spend additional time finding another casino. I also prefer casinos that have deposit options that can also be used for withdrawals.

Other than the number of banking options, I look for casinos that have no processing fees and have quick turnaround times for deposits/withdrawals. Who wants to wait a long time to play, or to receive theirs winnings? I know I don’t. I’m sure you don’t either.