updated
byBret Allen

Sin Spins review

80%
Score Breakdown

0-29%

30-49%

50-69%

70-89%

90-100%

Full review criteria
updated
byBret Allen
80%
So good, it's a Sin? Not quite, but a quality site nonetheless
bonuses & offers
first deposit
100%
reload bonus
N/A
free spins
25
min deposit
£10
slot wagering
50x

Over 18s Only. New players only. Wagering requirements apply. See website for full T&Cs.

score Breakdown
design & Usability
customer Support
bonuses & Promotions
software & Gameplay
device Compatibility
safety & Security
variety & Originality
payments & Withdrawals
VIP Programme
pros
  • Wide variety of slots and casino games
  • Safe and secure site
cons
  • Lobby slow at times
about Sin Spins
platform
  • Dragonfish
owner
  • United Commissions
licence
  • Gibraltar (888 UK Limited)
Launched
  • Jun, 1, 2016
payment methods
  • Debit/Credit Card
  • Neteller
  • Paysafecard
  • Paypal
contact information
  • Contact Form
social media
  • N/A

Sin Spins verdict

Sin Spins is a devilish site with fun character art. Powered by ProgressPlay, who also power Dazzle Casino and Ace Lucky, this relatively new site has a big game range thanks to 12 developers, including the popular NetEnt. With some fun promotions too, Sin Spins should be a guilty pleasure.

design & Usability

You will see Sin Spins’ mascot character straight away, a devil emoji with a blingy horn piercing and gold tooth! The idea is simple but it looks good and gives the site some character, plus he’s used throughout the site, not just as a one-off trick for the home page.

Once you log in, the site changes to a kind of software lobby view. This looks good and has a fun background with characters from the site, but it’s a little annoying in places. To get certain information, you’ll have to open up pages from the HTML site anyway, defeating the purpose of pulling you into this lobby somewhat. The lobby is a little laggy, but it works.

customer Support

Click on the envelope button at the top right to get the contact page. This will take you back to the main site. There’s a little welcoming text and some email options. You can also use live chat, which is in fact linked on most pages, so you can avoid this routine if you just want that.

The team are helpful here and available 24/7, which is always a plus point. There is no phone option, but you do have an FAQ section with helpful information.

bonuses & Promotions

The devil does love to tempt you in, so Sin Spins starts out with a 100% cash back offer for your first deposit, up to £200. This also comes with 25 free spins. Do note, however, that the wagering requirements on this bonus are above average at 50x.

The site has quite a few promotions which seem to update often. You’ll see a game of the day, which means that each Wednesday there are free spins up for grabs on a certain slot. Monday Madness offers personalised bonuses in your inbox. At the time of writing, the site was celebrating April showers with three bonuses that you could claim five times each, to get free spins and reload credit. It’s always good to see a site with new ideas coming in, not just a static set of offers.

software & Gameplay

The Sin Spins lobby takes over as soon as you log in, as seen with other ProgressPlay sites. You have a smooth, dark colour scheme with bright tabs for slots, jackpots, table games and so on. You also have a search box. The system is good, but it’s hard to say that it’s better than a standard web page.

The games load up fast and appear nice and big, with a plain black background. You have a live chat link and a top bar with cashier and lobby links. This is a step up from a simple pop-up window, but it doesn’t really impress. In short, the software here looks good and works nicely, but doesn’t do anything new.

device Compatibility

The Sin Spins lobby takes over as soon as you log in, as seen with other ProgressPlay slot sites. You have a smooth, dark colour scheme with bright tabs for slots, jackpots, table games and so on. You also have a search box. The system is good, but it’s hard to say that it’s better than a standard web page.

The games load up fast and appear nice and big, with a plain black background. You have a live chat link and a top bar with cashier and lobby links. This is a step up from a simple pop-up window, but it doesn’t really impress. In short, the software here looks good and works nicely, but doesn’t do anything new.

safety & Security

Sin Spins is regulated and licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission. You’ll also see useful information about the parent company, responsible gaming and self-limitation, which is important when avoiding problem gambling.

Security is covered by the popular Thawte brand, who provide verifiable 128-bit SSL encryption. In short, the site is safe and has reliable credentials.

variety & Originality

Sin Spins is packing a very good game selection, offering over 300 slots from a mixture of over 12 providers. These include big names like NetEnt and Microgaming, with Starburst and Drive Multiplier Mayhem. You’ll also see Chance Interactive with Bounty Hunt, a very nicely drawn game but not seen on that many sites. Tianlong by Games Lab is another impressive slot, with an Eastern touch. However, there are just three jackpot games listed here.

There are 21 table games at Sin Spins, including blackjack, roulette and poker, from Microgaming and NetEnt. Live dealer games help to boost this, so the casino output is really pretty good. You’ll also see some fun, casual games that offer something different to pass the time.

payments & Withdrawals

The cashier button on the lobby will open a big, clear panel, which is part of your My Account area. This is easy to use, with methods down the left and fields for your amounts in the middle. You can deposit from £10 and withdraw from £20. The withdrawal time frame is listed as 7 working days, but should be faster than this.

Sin Spins accepts several e-wallets and cards. You can use Visa and MasterCard, Charge to Mobile, Skrill, PaySafeCard, Neteller and Trustly for deposits, or cards, bank transfer and Trustly for withdrawals.

VIP Programme

There is a VIP section on the main Sin Spins site which will tell you about the VIP setup here. This is a loyalty points system where earning points, by playing games, will help you to rise through five tiers. You begin at Bronze, with newsletters and basic customer support.

Higher tiers get VIP support, birthday presents, a personal account manager, personalised gifts and more. The amounts required are transparent- you get 1 point for £16 wagered, with 10k points needed to get to the top tier. A pricey system, but at least you know what you’re getting into. The downside here is that the rewards sound nice, but don’t go into specifics.

conclusion

Sin Spins is a fun site, with a lot to offer. The main strength here is the slots selection, which may not be perfect, but does have a great deal of variety. There are many slot providers, including some that don’t get enough shelf space elsewhere, plus the table games get a fair share. The promotions are costly but varied and original. If you can get used to the slightly clunky software lobby, you should have a good time at Sin Spins.

Write your own review

Have you played at Sin Spins? Leave a review and share your experience with thousands of other players.

Your rating:

By submitting your review you are giving OnlineBingo.co.uk the right to edit and post your review
on this website and other media. Your review will be posted within one to three business days as
long as it conforms to our review guidelines.

about Sin Spins
platform
  • Dragonfish
owner
  • United Commissions
licence
  • Gibraltar (888 UK Limited)
Launched
  • Jun, 1, 2016
payment methods
  • Debit/Credit Card
  • Neteller
  • Paysafecard
  • Paypal
contact information
  • Contact Form
social media
  • N/A