Spin Princess is a fun, light hearted casino site which seems to be either aimed at women or just want to celebrate traditionally feminine motifs, from the pink colour scheme to a love heart logo. This site is powered by Nektan and features a variety of game developers. Will you feel like slot royalty here?
Spin Princess goes in for a very pink theme, with a bubbly, sparkly background reminiscent of champagne. The site focuses on a scrolling ad tile showing the latest offers and it manages to strike a balance between a casual appearance and efficient navigation.
The home page can take you to any of the top games and finding each site area is pretty easy. Anything you can’t immediately see is on the site footer. The site is very responsive and each thing you click seems to organically expand from the page. The downside to this is that some of these pop-up style sections could do with being normal pages, to make them easier to read.
The support link at the site bottom tells you how to get in touch with Spin Princess. You can use email, phone or live chat support, or write to a mail address. There are some basic FAQs here too but they are hard to read and browse.
The site is unclear about when the support department is open. The support number is 020, a London code which will not be free to call. Still, overall the system looks good and covers all the main bases.
Spin Princess offers a total of £1,000 in their welcome package. This is actually split over three deposit matches. Your first deposit gets a 100% match up to £100, your second receives 50% up to £400 and your third is 25% up to £500. Generous amounts but not generous percentages. These bonuses come with a relatively low 30x wagering requirement.
You’ll mostly find slot based promotions here. Spin Princess has offers like the Cash Drop, with £2,000 in cash being given away to 200 players. Tuesdays have a regular deposit match bonus and Thursdays offer 25 free spins on various casino games. There are some nice, straightforward offers here but they could use a little more creativity.
Finding a game is very easy on the main site, thanks to a row of category tabs and a search box. Clicking a slot opens up a special play view.
The slot machines have a minimal overlay with just a resizing button and some other suggested slots at the bottom. The window the slots sit in is large, but behind that there’s a bright pink background which sticks out quite a bit. Games seem to load nice and fast here.
There is no special page to explain mobile play on the Spin Princess site, yet this site bills itself as a mobile casino and actually does have a very good mobile slots site. There’s also an iOS app but the site does not advertise it directly.
Both app and site work very smoothly and some may prefer this to the desktop. The mobile site has a good setup with very quick access to slots and table games, plus most of the site’s catalogue is available.
Spin Princess is licensed and regulated by the Government of Gibraltar and the UK Gambling Commission. Fairness on the site is assured by the IBAS group who independently adjudicate in the event of disputes.
The site has a clear responsible gaming section and information on useful organisations who fight problem gambling. The site is fully secure too, so your payments are in safe hands.
You’ll see a broad slot selection on Spin Princess. They have some really fun comic book themed slots from Next Gen and fun titles like 100 Pandas by IGT. There’s also some NetEnt classics like Starburst. A lot of the games here are lesser-seen titles that are still high quality and deserve some attention. You’ll find six big jackpot games.
The table games here include roulette, blackjack and baccarat. There is not a lot of variety for these games, but you do have live dealers, so you can experience some real casino glamour.
There’s a straightforward cashier on Spin Princess which won’t take long at all to use. You can withdraw from a minimum of £20 and withdrawals take the standard 3-5 days to appear.
This site accepts Neteller, Skrill, PaySafeCard and Boku Mobile payment methods, a pretty broad range but no PayPal as yet. You can use a debit or credit card from MasterCard and Visa.
The VIP programme at Spin Princess is simply called ‘privileged’. This is an invite-only system so you’ll have to spend a significant amount. Privileged members can look forward to cashback offers, weekly bonuses, deposit rewards and free spins. Nice rewards, but nothing amazing that might suggest high roller style.
There is no mention of reward points on the site, so this is not a very rounded system, but at least it’s there.
Spin Princess is a really nice site but does feel like it’s playing catch up with the main casino sites. That being said, you have a lot of games, some unusual slots and a pleasant site to browse here. If you want a break from the usual casino sites and a slightly more personal touch, this is a good place to check out.