Our top 5 offers
Down below you find a list of our top 5 free spins.
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|100 real spins + £1000||8.5||Review||Claim|
Free spins descriptions
Free spins description of our favourite casinos. We’ll, shortly, present the casinos welcome promotions including both no deposit spins and normal free spins.
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The rest of the list
Even though these casinos didn’t make the top 5 they are still very good casinos. As we said before, we’ve been reviewing casinos for ages and we can easily filter out all the bad ones.
|100% up to £100||8||Review||Claim|
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|£15 for free + £100||8||Review||Claim|
|£500 + 200 free spins on Starburst||8||Review||Claim|
|Deposit £50 and play with £150||8||Review||Claim|
|20 non deposit + 180 free spins & 200% on first deposit||8||Review||Claim|
|200 free spins + £1200 in deposit bonus||8||Review||Claim|
|50 non deposit free spins + £100||8||Review||Claim|
|100 free spins + £1000||8||Review||Claim|
|440 spins + £100||7.5||Review||Claim|
What is a free spins offer?
A free spins offer is pretty simple. Just as you sometimes get no deposit bonuses or match bonuses as a new customer on a casino you can also get free spins. Depending on the offer and the casino you’ll either get your free spins when you signup or you’ll have to deposit first. In many cases you’ll get free spins at both registration and deposit.
So, let’s make an example. Cashmio has a great new customer offer with 20 free spins on signup and then 200 free spins divided on your first two deposit. All free spins at Cashmio is offered at Piggy Riches. So, after signup you’ll have 20 free spins waiting in your account. Depending on the casino the free spins is worth different amounts. When you’ve played with your 20 free spins the money that you have won will be transferred to bonus money. That means that you’ll need to wager them a couple of times before depositing, but more on that later on. If you now do a deposit the same procedure takes place again, just this time with 200 free spins instead of 20.
No Deposit Spins vs Free Spins at deposit
Even though we at UKSpins.com loves both kinds of free spins we still need to give the edge to the no deposit free spins. This is because there is no risk involved and a perfect way to try a new casino that you haven’t tried before.
If you want the free spins at deposit you, obviously, need to do a deposit first. If you do a deposit to a new casino that you later on discover isn’t your type of casino then that deposit could’ve been made to a casino that you like. (But then you wouldn’t have gotten the free spins, but you get my point.)
The biggest difference other than at what time the offer is triggered is the amount of free spins you usually get. No deposit free spins is usually somewhere between 10 and 30 but when talking about free spins at your first deposit you can get as much as 500 free spins! To really understand free spins you should read alot on pages like this on the web, one of our favourites that we can recommend is bonusexpert.co.uk. That’s a site with complete guides and tutorials on all different kind of casino bonuses and offers.
What slots is usually used for free spins?
There are many different slots used by casinos to give out free spins. But there are some more popular than others. The casino usually wants to give you free spins in a fun and good slot that in some way represent their casino. That’s just because they want to keep you on as a customer and therefor give you the best possible gaming experience.
Some more popular slots than others include NetEnt’s Starburst and Lights, Micgrogaming’s Jurrassic Park and Betsoft’s Boomanji. Here on UKSpins.com we’ve reviewed the most popular slots and you can read all about them in our reviews.
What does wager requirement mean?
Even though we would like a casino to give us completely free stuff they don’t. And their way to secure that we don’t win too much on bonuses they give us is using wager requirements. That means that if the wager requirement of an offer is x35 and you win £10 from your 10 no deposit spins you’ll need to wager £350 (10×35=350) before you can make a withdrawal.