Island Jackpots Review
Island Jackpots actually started life as Shanghai Spins, but during 2017 the owners - Tau Gaming - decided to make changes. Fundamentally though it's exactly the same site albeit with a different look and name. It's still powered by Dragonfish and offers players access to over 300 slots.
If you choose to sign up as a new player to Island Jackpots then you'll be offered 25 spins on Sharknado when you deposit £10 using the code PLAY25. Winnings from the spins will be capped at £2.50 and credited to your real money balance. Island Jackpots is a no wagering casino so this means that any wins from bonuses or spins will always be paid as cash.
Inside Island Jackpots you'll find plenty of slots to play and most are accessible on mobile or tablet. No app is required! Among the games you can play are Irish Eyes, Starburst, Autumn Gold, Stampede, Birds On A Wire, Cleopatra, Guns N Roses, Aloha Cluster Pays, Davinci Diamonds and Black Widow. You can still play Fluffy Favourites and other Eyecon titles but these are publicised on the homepage!
Progressive jackpots form an important part of Island Jackpots roster. The site offers a jackpot tracker tool that can send you an SMS notification when the progressive is about to pop. We suspect this is just a nice way of staying in touch with you and encouraging you to play. As we know from our own trackpots it's not easy to pinpoint when a jackpot will fall - if it was we'd be winning them!
Daily Spins & Bonuses
Don't expect to find too many promotions at Island Jackpots. You will get offers of daily free spins provided you're a qualifying depositor and these spins come wiht no wagering concerns. We would like to see a few tournaments or prize offers at the site, but it's not something we anticipate will ever materialise.
Overall, Island Jackpots is a decent Dragonfish powered site to play slots. There's a good selection and the no wagering angle makes it worth considering over Wink Slots or Foxy Casino. However, overall it doesn't offer anything above and beyond that - so it really depends what's important to you as a player.