Some casinos adopt animal mascots, creating a cute and approachable theme. Others use Greek, Roman, and Egyptian gods. 666 Casino has rejected all those tropes and opted for the Prince of Darkness instead. As confirmed by Iron Maiden (and probably mentioned somewhere in the bible), 666 is the number of the beast.
It’s a surprising theme, but nowhere near as surprising as learning that the red-faced, suit-wearing Satan that serves as the casino’s mascot is not Peter Kay. I don’t know who the guy is, but if he’s not making a living as a Peter Kay impersonator, he’s missing a trick.
New 666 Casino players can collect £66 and 66 free spins when they join and deposit at least £20. The 666 theme doesn’t quite extend to the welcome bonus, but that’s to be expected, as you’ll have to look long and hard to find any site offering 666 free spins or £666 in bonus credits.
It’s not quite the number of the beast…more a distant relative of the beast.
The welcome bonus applies to your first 2 deposits. You’ll get a 100% match up to £66 with your first and 66 free spins on Big Bass Bonanza with your second. You have 24 hours to use the free spins and there is a winnings cap of £100.
A 35x wagering requirement applies to your free spin winnings and bonus credits. Check the terms and conditions for more information and updated terms.
You won’t find a huge number of loyalty promotions on 666 Casino, but there’s enough going on here to keep things interesting for active members. There are network promotions such as giveaways and leaderboards, as well as occasional promotions run by the site.
For instance, you can participate in the Daily Spin Frenzy Challenges promotion to collect a bunch of spins to use on a multitude of slots. It’s not the most generous promotion though, as you need to wager £100 just to collect 10 free spins the following day. Wagering £1,000 or more will give you the full 50 free spins.
Check the promotions section for updates, especially around key holidays and the beginning of every month, as this is when you’ll find the majority of big promotions.
Slots and Other Games
The 666 Casino games room has over 1500 games. Most of them are slots, but you’ll find a fair share of table games and live casino games too. The games are sorted by popular categories, including Blackjack, Live Casino, Roulette, and Megaways, the latter of which is populated with dozens of slots that use this unique mechanic.
You can search by Provider and Game Theme, which is a nice touch, but with the exception of Megaways and Drop & Wins, there’s no option to search by feature/mechanic, such as Cluster Pays and Cascading Reels. The same can be said for most other online casinos though, and it’s a complaint/request I’ve made many times.
Developers include Blueprint Gaming, Pragmatic Play, and NetEnt, to name just a few. Regular updates ensure there’s always something new to discover.
Payments are fast and simple on 666Casino—just how they should be. There are no fees and you can choose from a variety of options, including Visa and Mastercard Debit, PayPal, Skrill, and bank transfer. You can’t withdraw using Mastercard Debit, but you can deposit with this option and then withdraw using PayPal, Skrill, or a bank transfer.
You won’t be charged any fees for depositing or withdrawing and the latter is possible with just £10. Withdrawals are also quick, and in most cases, you’ll get your cash within a few hours. Bank transfers are the exception, of course, and you may be asked to wait several days to receive your funds.
Verdict: 666 Casino Review
In the past, I have criticised casinos for not doing much with their theme. Such was the case with Dino Bingo and Mad Slots, where the theme was pretty much limited to the name and logo.
That’s not the case here. The colour scheme, mascot, and even the icons have all been given a comically demonic flair. Maybe they could have done more, but it’s an online casino, not a theme park. Short of playing death metal and asking you to swear allegiance to the devil/Peter Kay, I’m not sure what else they could have done.
Moving away from the theme, 666 Casino has a big collection of games, some promising bonuses, and a good variety of payment options. It’s a great site with a unique theme.
- Two-Stage Welcome Bonus
- Over 1,500 Games
- PayPal Accepted
- Unique Theme
- Live Casino
- Limited Loyalty Promotions
At a Glance
- Owner: Jupiter Gaming (powered by Aspire Global)
- Games: Over 1,500
- Banking Methods: Debit, Web Wallets, Bank Transfers
- Games: Slots, Table Games, Live Casino
- Licence Holder:
AG Communications Limited
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666 Casino FAQ
How much is the minimum deposit for the welcome bonus?
You must deposit £20 to qualify for this bonus. It’s a little on the high side when compared to other online casino promotions, but it should be within reach for most players. You can deposit less than this on the site, but doing so will exclude you from the bonus. You will no longer be a new member after that, so you can’t simply deposit again and have another crack at the offer.
What is the wagering requirement?
For the welcome bonus, the wagering requirement is set at 35x and it applies to the bonus credits and the funds you win using the free spins. It means you must wager a £20 bonus to the tune of £700. It may vary across the site’s other promotions though and is also subject to change, so check in advance.
Does 666 Casino accept PayPal?
Yes, PayPal is one of several payment methods available on 666 Casino. It’s the quickest way to get money out of your 666 Casino account and you won’t be charged any fees. You can withdraw as little as £10 to PayPal.
Who owns 666 Casino?
666 Casino is owned by a Jersey-based company called Jupiter Gaming Ltd. Its games are powered by Aspire Global, one of the biggest names in the UK gambling sector.