I am not a big fan of ProgressPlay’s design choices. Some are okay, most are average at best.
SlotsNSports is a league above in the bad taste stakes. If online casinos were art, Foxy Bingo would be Van Gogh while SlotsNSports would be the Sharpie graffiti in your local public toilets.
Okay, maybe that’s harsh, but the site uses a terrible colour scheme and a logo that looks like it was designed using the free trial of a logo maker from 2001.
Still, it’s not all about the aesthetics, and while SlotsNSports doesn’t get off to a good start, it can only be uphill from here. Check out the following SlotsNSports review to see where this one goes.
As a new SlotsNSports player, you can get 50 free spins and a £5 free bet when you deposit at least £20. It’s a high minimum deposit requirement, and it’s not the only issue.
The free bet has a maximum conversion of £200, so you can’t simply throw it on a massive accumulator and hope for the best. The free spins have an even smaller limit of just £20 and they also come with a 50x wagering requirement.
You have 7 days to use the spins and the free bet and you won’t qualify for either of them if your £20+ deposit is made using Skrill or Neteller.
I do like it when sites with both sports betting and casino gaming offer free bets and spins as part of their welcome bonus. But that’s the only positive I can find, as it’s just not a great bonus.
There are other promotions available at SlotsNSports, and these are usually better than the welcome offer.
Such is the case with the rewards program. If you have played on any of its many sister sites, you will know what to expect—it’s basically the same product—if not, it’s essentially a trophy/mission-based program with a series of levels/badges and lots of perks and prizes.
You complete missions, play games, and earn points that can then be spent in the Rewards Store.
Games Available at SlotsNSports
I have a few issues with SlotsNSports, as will become evident when you read the rest of this review. However, I can’t really complain about the games.
All of your favourite developers are listed here and the site does a good job of hosting classic and popular games alongside some newer titles. All of them are HTML5, so they work directly through your browser (on mobile and desktop) and there are hundreds to choose from.
Is it the biggest selection? Not by a long shot. Are they neatly arranged with lots of cool filters and categories? Definitely not. But I can’t really criticise SlotsNSports for those issues as the same can be said for most other online casinos.
The sportsbook is also very well laid out. It’s clean, it’s easy to navigate, and it’s not as slow and awkward as the main site. More importantly, it doesn’t force the same horrid colour scheme down your throat and actually works well on most platforms.
I’m fairly certain those benefits exist because sports betting software is an out-of-the-box turnkey product, but…credit where credit is due.
Most of the bets offered through the SlotsNSports sportsbook are focused on football, as you would expect, but there are other sports available. You can also use features like in-play betting, accumulators, and more.
Depositing and Withdrawing
PayPal is one of several accepted payment methods at SlotsNSports. It also accepts Neteller, Skrill, Visa, Mastercard, and PayviaPhone. The payment options are solid and the selection should cater to most players.
Most methods have a minimum deposit of £10 and don’t charge. However, PayviaPhone is the exception. Like most of these “pay by phone bill” apps, it charges a processing fee (15%), can’t be used for withdrawals, and limits you to relatively small deposits.
The withdrawals are a little on the slow side. It lists a transfer period of between 3 and 7 days for most methods, including PayPal. The actual pending period is just a day though, so it’s likely that this timeframe is just accounting for holidays and weekends. Still, it’s not ideal when you consider that many of the best casinos and sportsbooks (including PokerStars) process payments instantly.
The icing on the cake is the 1% withdrawal fee (maximum £3) levied against all withdrawals.
I feel like the owners of this casino read all my reviews, found the things that annoyed me the most about this industry, and then dumped them all into one casino.
SlotsNSports Review Summary
What you see is what you get with SlotsNSports, and what you see isn’t great. It’s a bland, dated, and uninspired design and while this should be a minor issue, it has a big effect on the overall experience.
If SlotsNSports had a massive welcome bonus, it would more than make up for the terrible design. You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, after all. But in this case, the book is just as disappointing as the cover.
The games are solid, but the same could be said for all other online casinos out there. Games are created by third parties and merely hosted by the casino. They’re just picking names from a list and then finding a way to add them to their site. It’s hard to get that wrong.
It has a good selection of payment options, a helpful live chat facility, and a rewards program, and it’s for these reasons that SlotsNSports gets a 2/5. But so much more needs to be done as this is a very disappointing site on the whole.
- Established Operator
- Good Games
- Lots of Jackpots
- Slots and Sports Betting
- Not the Best Welcome Bonus
- Poor Design
- Limited Promotions
- Slow Withdrawals
At a Glance
- Owner: ProgressPlay Limited
- Licenses: UK and Malta
- Options: Slots and Sports Betting
- Interesting Fact: JeffBet and The Online Casino are among its many sister sites
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Who Owns SlotsNSports?
SlotsNSports is part of the massive ProgressPlay Limited brand, one that I have reviewed many times on this site and one you have probably encountered on your travels.
How Fast are Withdrawals at SlotsNSports?
It usually takes between 3 and 7 days to get your funds, but it depends on the method that you use.
What Payment Methods Does SlotsNSports Accept?
It accepts a few different options, including PayPal, debit cards, Skrill, and Neteller.
Is there a Withdrawal Fee?
Yes, SlotsNSports charges a 1% fee for all withdrawals. The maximum charge is £3.