Deal or No Deal Spins

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2019

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Deal or No Deal Spins in a nutshell


Deal or No Deal Spins is an online casino that appeared on the internet in June, 2016. It’s another online casino that’s been constructed by those gambling experts Cassava Enterprises (Gibraltar) Limited, part of the massive 888 Holdings Group. Other online casinos put together by Cassava include Foxy Casino and MoonGames casino. All Cassava casinos run via licences awarded to them by the government of Gibraltar, and the UK Gambling Commission.

The theme of this casino is of course the legendary Noel Edmonds-driven game show of the same name. The good news here is that it seems Noel hasn’t allowed the use of his image rights, as the bearded one does not make an appearance. ‘The Banker’ is in residence of course, as well as over three hundred of the best slots and games around.

So, will you deal with Deal or No Deal Spins, or is it ‘no deal’ as far as you’re concerned? You don’t have to ring The Banker to find out … just keep on reading …

What’s the look and feel of Deal or No Deal Spins?


We’re a little surprised that ‘Deal or No Deal Spins’ casino has not been better designed. It’s a very well-known brand name, after all. The site only has one menu with four items – Home, All Games, Promotions and Rewards. This means that all games – slots, blackjack, baccarat and everything else – have all been lumped together in one section. This means you have to work your way down a huge list of thumbnails in order to find any particular game that you want to play. We wish we had The Banker’s number in order to inform him that we’re not in favour of this approach!

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What games are available at Deal or No Deal Spins?


It’s virtually slots all the way here – as you might expect at an online casino called ‘Deal or No Deal Slots’. The good news is that NetEnt is among the providers, which means a host of brilliant games such as Aloha! Cluster Pays, South Park: Reel Chaos and our all-time favourite, Starburst. There are almost three hundred slots here as well.

Away from slots, you’ll find ‘not a lot’ to play with. We counted two versions of baccarat, two versions of video poker, four versions of casino poker and one version of blackjack. It seems really odd that an online casino does not have roulette.

No live casino here, either.

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Software here is provided by NetEnt, Bally, IGT, WMS, Barcrest, Amaya and SG Gaming.

Support is available 24/7.

No live games.

The site does have a special, optimised version for smart phones and tablets.

What promotions are available at Deal or No Deal Spins?


Of course in the game show you have the chance of a £250,000 cash ‘bonus’, but sadly that’s not what we find here. Instead, new players at Deal or No Deal Spins receive ‘The Banker’s Welcome Bonus’, which is £25 plus twenty-five free spins. £25 is a little stingey, Mr Banker! Usually smaller bonuses come with beneficial wagering conditions, so we’ll have to check that out.

To earn yourself a £25 bonus you only need to deposit at least £25 of your own money, and use the promo code ‘BONUS’. You need to deposit at least £10, and your deposit will be matched by the casino with bonus money. Your free spins will be awarded to your account once your deposit has been approved, and they must be taken on the slots game ‘Magical Forest’. Free spins winnings are capped at £50.

As it turns out, the wagering expectations are not that beneficial, at thirty (30) times the bonus amount. We know that Mr Banker doesn’t like to part with his cash on the show, and it seems the same applies here! In addition, you can only use slots, arcade games, scratch cards or keno to meet your requirements. All other games – including roulette and blackjack – count zero.

The site does have some other beneficial promotions though. Every day you can use ‘The Banker’s Cash Machine’ to earn yourself an extra bonus. Your reward will be a deposit bonus of between 25% and 150%. Some days the banker goes completely bonkers and offers a 500% bonus, or free spins. In addition, there’s ‘The Banker’s Call’ – this is where you receive a message from the banker while you are playing at the casino that you’ve been awarded a bonus between 1p and £1,000!

There’s a loyalty scheme at the site called ‘Rewards’. This is on five levels, and all new players automatically start on level one. You earn one loyalty point per £1 you deposit at the casino, and each month The Banker will determine which level of the reward scheme you should appear at. Top-tier VIPs receive fifty free spins, a cash back offer of five percent, a special weekend-only bonus, a loyalty points multiplier, and a special monthly bonus.


Naturally, the banker is eager to get your cash, so Deal or No Deal Spins offers you plenty of deposit options. The banking page here is worth seeing, if only for the poor quality of some of the graphics! Anyhow, Mr Banker accepts Visa, Mastercard, Neteller, Paysafecard, PayPal or Entropay. The minimum accepted deposit is a tiny £5, and the maximums are £1,000 daily, £3,000 weekly and £5,000 monthly. Deposits are processed instantly, and no fees are involved.

You can withdraw via all the same methods aside from some MasterCards and Paysafecard. The minimum withdrawal is £20, and the maximums are £1,000 daily, £2,000 weekly and £3,000 monthly. Withdrawals take forty-eight hours to process, after which they should take two to three days (eWallets) or five days (credit and debit cards) to appear in your account. Again, there are no fees.

The final verdict


Fans of the long-running TV Show who enjoy a bit of (responsible) gambling are likely to flock to this site, but the odds are they are going to feel a little like us … underwhelmed. That welcome bonus is very tight at £25 with standard wagering conditions, and we don’t like the arrangement of the games, and the absence of any roulette.

The best thing about this site is the lack of Noel Edmonds, but apart from that, it really does not a bit of a seeing-to before we give it the heralded RightCasino.com stamp of approval!