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Deal or No Deal Spins Verdict
Deal or No Deal Spins is an unusual site, with a very clear theme and branding. Fans of the TV show will like the special promotions, which are unique to this site. Having anything unique is a big plus point, giving players a definitive reason to stop by. The slots selection is good, but it’s a shame that there’s no Deal or No Deal slot game here. There’s also a lack of regular promotions, a welcome bonus and table games. This may be a one-trick site to some, but fans will stick with it
Design & Usability
Deal or No Deal Spins naturally uses the red, white and black colours of the gameshow, most notably with the iconic red boxes. The branding is all official here as this site is licensed by Endemol, who make the show. The site background is a faded purple image of the studio, so the site really does feel the part, but it also looks a little basic.
Navigation is achieved with a simple set of links on the top bar, which is kept compact and neat. Beside this is a little account panel. The design leaves plenty of room for bold graphics in the middle, with some artwork from the slots and useful information. Though it’s a little cramped, the design is different and works well.
Software & Gameplay
The games section lists slots by tiles, which is easy enough to follow, but some categories would be ideal to help players find a certain type (such as jackpot games). Fortunately, there is a search box if you know what you’re looking for.
The games are quick to load, appearing in a fairy large space, with a bespoke overlay. This includes the same purple studio background, a quick deposit link and a bar for searching more games. It’s a nice setup, but does distract from the game quite a bit.
Safety & Security
There is a good responsible gaming area at Deal or No Deal Spins, which details how problem gambling can affect players and how to combat it. The site also uses the eCOGRA service, ensuring that the site is fair for players.
Deal or No Deal Spins is licensed and regulated by the Government of Gibraltar and the UK Gambling Commission. The site has a full security certificate, issued by GoDaddy.
Payments & Withdrawals
The cashier is accessed on a pop-up here, which is common for Cassava sites. The system is very simple, guiding you through a series of icons in a matter of seconds. Withdrawals are free, but the timeframes are a little high at around 3-7 working days.
This site accepts payment by phone banking, wire transfer, MasterCard and Visa, Neteller, PayPal, PaySafeCard and EntroPay. This is a nice mixture, not the biggest but covering several formats.
Head to the site footer to find the help link, which reveals contact information. Deal or No Deal Spins can be reached by email and phone. The phone line is only open 9am to 1am, so it’s a shame that live chat isn’t available, as late night and early morning players will have to wait for email replies.
The team are helpful here and know the products well. There’s an FAQ area for quick answers too, but it’s tiny and barely covers the minimum.
Bonuses & Promotions
Deal or No Deal Spins starts out with a non-traditional welcome bonus, which is 100 free spins on the Banker’s Daily Deal game. The Daily Deal is this site’s main promotion, a free daily game which involves matching your box number to others. This is a fun, simple idea which can get you free spins, bonus money or real cash.
It’s nice to see an original promotion, but the site does suffer for other offers. The only other offers at the time of writing were a friend referral for £10 and the Banker’s Call, where players logged in can randomly get a call from the banker, with a bonus ranging from 1p to £1000. This is a very fun idea and perfectly on theme, but it’s a shame to have no other offers or welcome bonuses.
This site lacks any information about mobile play, nor does it have any apps. There is, fortunately, a full mobile site which any modern smartphone can access, through the browser.
The mobile site is a standard Cassava template, meaning that it’s very effective and certainly tried and tested, but it doesn’t especially reflect the site. It’s good for dipping in when you’re out and about, with easy navigation and gameplay, but won’t replace the main site for entertainment.
Variety & Originality
The variety is quite strong at Deal or No Deal Spins, partly thanks to some unique games. Though there is not a DOND slot here, there is DOND Video Poker and European Roulette. Naturally, these are just the usual games with a theme, but they’re still fun and have some twists. The special daily game is a great addition. Unfortunately, the site does not have any other roulette, blackjack or other table games.
Otherwise, the site has some big titles by NetEnt (Fairytale Legends: Hansel and Gretel, Starburst), Nyx (Foxin’ Wins, Arcader, Esquelito Explosivo), PariPlay (Bloodshot), Barcrest (Rainbow Riches) and more. From casual to graphically involved games, there’s a good mixture.
Loyalty & Rewards
Unfortunately, Deal or No Deal Spins was undergoing updates to the reward system at the time of writing. Previously, the site has offered a five-tier system which players could advance through by collecting loyalty points. This would unlock cashback, a loyalty multiplier and free spins. Hopefully, the new system will include some high roller rewards too.