Sin Spins Review


Sin Spins homepage

If you’re looking for devilishly good online casino games, you could well find exactly what you require at Sin Spins. Sin Spins is a member of the ProgressPlay network, and while a white-label brand, it also happens to boast a sizeable selection of slots, live casino games, and jackpot games that both desktop and mobile players can easily access.

In our Sin Spins review, we’ll be examining in further detail what bonuses the site has to offer members old and new, what loyalty scheme it operates, how it performs on mobile devices, how easy (or not) it is to make deposits and withdrawals, what types of games you can enjoy, and more.

Sin Spins launched in the summer of 2016 under the helm of United Commissions – an online bingo and casino affiliate programme that also operates sites like Ted Bingo, Vegas Spins, Royal House Casino, and Moon Games.

United Commissions has put a considerable amount of effort into the devil-themed artwork that appears through the website, and we like that most of it is light-hearted and tongue-in-cheek. The writing style is equally upbeat, and the chatty homepage introduction invites you to “come and experience all seven Playful Sins”.

Although the VIP scheme is the same as the one that’s used by other members of the ProgressPlay casino network, it’s great to see that all players are automatically enrolled in it as soon as they sign-up rather than being exclusively for high-rollers.

As you’ll get to find out later on in our Sin Spins review, the brand is also a crowd-pleaser when it comes to serving up a satisfying array of promotions that range from the welcome bonus and live dealer cashback to reload bonuses and weekly free spins.

Sin Spins Welcome Offer and Loyalty Program

At the time of writing this Sin Spins review, the casino doesn’t offer a no-deposit bonus. However, it does give you the chance to double your money by giving you a 100% bonus on your first deposit of £10 or more. And, if you choose to take full advantage by depositing the maximum amount, you’ll have an extra £200 of funds to play with. But, before you can withdraw any winnings gained from your bonus, you must first play through fifty times the bonus within seven days of receipt.

You’re invited to take a seat in the Sin Spins VIP Room as soon as you sign-up as you need zero VIP points to become a Bronze (Level 1) member. There are a total of five VIP levels to work your way through, and the amount of points you need to achieve each level is clearly advertised on-site.

At the highest levels, there are some enviable perks to enjoy such as anniversary gifts, birthday presents, personal account managers, and VIP support. Players of all levels also have the option to convert the points they earn to real cash, and to gain one VIP point, you’ll need to wager £16 of real cash.

Mobile Site and Mobile App Performance

As ProgressPlay casinos are designed using HTML5 web technology, the website automatically adapts and optimises itself when viewed on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. For this reason, there’s no mobile app on offer. You simply create or log-in to your Sin Spins account using your mobile web browser and away you go.

The lobby might look smaller on mobile screens, but it’s just as easy to view as the desktop version thanks to the category tabs that you can scroll through using your finger or stylus. Even more impressive is the fact that there are over 300 mobile-optimised games on the table, including the increasingly popular live dealer games.

If you’re at all unsure about how to get started on a mobile device, you can view step-by-step instructions by visiting the “Mobile” page of the desktop site.

Sin Spins Range of Games

Sin Spins games              

One of the sections of this Sin Spins review that readers often skip to first is Range of Games as, if you like to play a particular type of game such as online slots or scratch cards, you’ll want to be sure they’re available before you dive in and sign-up.

Despite the brand name indicating that it specialises in online slots, there’s actually a whole host of other options to explore at Sin Spins, including table games, live dealer games, scratch cards, keno, and casual games.

The impressive range of software providers includes both big names like NetEnt, NextGen and Microgaming, as well as up-and-coming companies such as Elk Studios, Gamevy, 2By2, and Big Time Gaming.

The site boasts both single and multi-player live casino tables where you can play baccarat, roulette, and blackjack against live dealers via video feeds.

Sin Spins also impresses with its ability to get its hands on many of the latest online slot releases within days (if not the same day) of them being launched. So, if you’re eager to see what’s recently been added, just click on the “Newest” tab in the games lobby.

Customer Service

Click the sticky red tab labelled “Help” and you’ll find three different options within (N.B., FAQ, Banking, and Getting Started), as well as a button that launches the live chat service. Customer support is on hand around-the-clock, and you can get in touch by email if you prefer.

Deposits and Withdrawals

The range of banking options at Sin Spins ensures that most casino fans are catered for. You can opt for traditional methods like Visa, MasterCard, and Maestro, pre-paid cards like Paysafecard, e-wallets such as Neteller and Skrill, mobile-friendly payment systems like Pay by Phone, and European banking methods such as Sofort, Giropay, and Trustly.

Withdrawals can take up to seven working days but are usually a lot quicker.