Vegas Spins Review
Vegas Spins launched in October 2015 on the Dragonfish Slots Network. The site was launched by United Commissions who also operate Moon Games and Wicked Jackpots. Essentially Vegas Spins is identical to both brands but boasts a different look. There's also a slightly different welcome bonus for new players.
Vegas Spins has a glossy casino feel about it. The site is mostly black and purple with the only link to Las Vegas being the neon sign inspired logo. A lucky lady stood by by the Welcome Spin Wheel and holding jewels from the Starburst slot complete the welcome picture. The rest of the site is Slots site 101 with links to popular games and progressive jackpots ready to entice you in to play. Well you would be enticed if the links actually worked.
New Player Bonus
New players to Vegas Spins are offered the chance to win up to 777 spins on Starburst by spinning the bonus wheel. Register, login and deposit a minimum of £10 to get a spin of the wheel. The Welcome Spin Wheel does guarantee a bonus and is more than likely either going to be 100 spins (20 per day for 5 days on selected slots) or 75,000 loyalty coins. The chances of winning 777 spins is 0.1%! Wagering terms do apply to wins from spins and these are set at x85. Not all games contribute the same to the wagering requirements.
At least within Vegas Spins things look up. This is because there's a good range of slots and games to choose from. This is unsurprising given that the site is powered by Dragonfish Slots. Game providers include Net Entertainment, Barcreast Games and Eyecon Games. The top slots include Starburst, Cleopatra and Ted. These are joined by the likes of Immortal Romance, Dragon's Luck, Tiki Fruits and Wolf Bridge. A selection of progressive jackpots, mostly powered by Eyecon Games, are also available.
Casino and Live Casino game options used to be available at Vegas Spins. However it does seem like that games such as American Roulette, Bacarrat and Blackjack Live have been removed from the roster. We're not quite sure why casino games have been dropped? On the plus site, the site does have a handful of video poker games such as Deal Or No Deal Tens Or Better, Deuces Wild and Bonus Poker. A whole suite of Slingo titles can be found under the instant win section.
Vegas Spins really disappoints in the player promotions department. Other than the welcome offer there aren't any. Mind you, with the hefty wagering terms that exist here then it's perhaps not a bad thing. We suspect that any promotions may be advertised on email or text message. Most certainly they're not advertised on the site. Vegas Spins did have a VIP programme but this was invite only. We're unable to find any mention of it now though.
In terms of the variety of slots and games on offer it's hard to fault Vegas Spins. There's a good selection of top games that can be played on mobile, tablet and desktop. However, after that there's a few cons that may make you look at alternatives on the same network. The welcome offer is interesting and it's nice to see a bonus wheel with a guaranteed prize. However the x85 wagering terms are quite high.
The Vegas Spins promotions page is now no longer exists so offers such as cashback and free spins may no longer be available. The lack of any table games or live casino really don't enhance our impression of Vegas Spins. The biggest concern for us is that Vegas Spins does seem to be in a state of disrepair. Arriving at the site to messages of "No Games Found" under the top slots is not a good look. Overall Vegas Spins offers good slots but when compared to other Dragonfish sites like Wink Slots then it's very limited.