SpinShake is an online casino operated by AG Communications. Presumably named because you “spin” the slot machines and “shake” the dice (as opposed to spinning the slots and then shaking them in the hope that something falls…we’ve all done it), this casino offers a blend of classic RNG gaming with live casino titles thrown in.
It’s a little simple and streamlined at first glance, but let’s be honest, you don’t play casinos because you like the colour scheme. You’re here for the welcome bonus first, the games second, and if there are some decent loyalty offers, you might stick around to see how everything else stacks up. With that in mind, let’s see what those key sections have to offer.
Your first deposit with SpinShake will be matched 100%, provided it’s over £20. You’ll also get 25 free spins. You only have 24 hours to use this bonus and you must also clear a wagering requirement of 40x. These terms are little more than a nuisance, and I’d expect a lot worse from a 100% matched deposit offer.
The only real downside is that you can’t collect more than £50. So, those who typically deposit £10 will be out of luck entirely while those who opt for amounts larger than £50 won’t get a true 100% return.
If you fall in that Goldilocks zone—as do I—then it’s going to seem like a pretty impressive bonus.
The 25 free spins are currently available on the Starburst slot from NetEnt, but that’s subject to change, along with the other terms and conditions.
There are some loyalty promotions available on SpinShake, but not many. At the time of writing, for instance, there is a Drop & Wins promotion and a large tournament. Both are impressive, but the former is a network tournament and thus not exclusive to SpinShake.
It also has something known as a Daily Spin Frenzy, which you may have seen on other AG casinos (including the recently reviewed 666Casino). It states that you can get up to 50 free spins a day just by staying active. But as promising as that sounds, the reality is a massive letdown.
To get those 50 free spins, you must wager £1,000. If that’s out of the question, you can participate by wagering as little as £100, but in such cases, you’ll only get 10 spins.
The wagering amounts apply to the previous day. So, wager £1,000 or more on Tuesday to receive 50 free spins on Wednesday. The bonus would be a lot more appealing if those spins were wager-free, but they are not, and all of your winnings come with a 35x wagering requirement.
Slots and Other Games
The simplicity of SpinShake is largely a good thing, but it can be a little frustrating when you’re looking for specific game types. It’s far from the biggest online casino I have encountered, and it doesn’t have a great deal of filters or categories to help you find what you’re looking for.
You’re limited to searching by the general game type, such as “Slots” and “Live Casino”. There is a search field if you know the name of the slot or provider, but that won’t be much use if you’re like me and can never remember anything about the games you like (“I remember a leprechaun and something about a key…that’s all I’ve got”).
I’ve criticised many casinos for their lacklustre approach to categorisation in the past, so SpinShake is definitely not unique in this. But it seems even more egregious as it doesn’t even provide options for themes or major features like Megaways.
Banking Options and Customer Support
With the exception of an email address and a disappointingly short FAQ, there aren’t many customer support options on SpinShake. Many of the big UK casino brands have toll-free phone numbers. Others opt for live chat. SpinShake seems to have passed on both of those.
Let’s be honest, it’s rare that you’ll ever need to contact a casino support team. I play nearly every day and it has been months since I even sent an email to a casino. But it’s good to know that you have fast and helpful support available when you need it, and that’s just not the case here.
As for the banking options, SpinShake processes withdrawals quickly, doesn’t charge for deposits or withdrawals, and accepts a number of methods, including debit cards, Paysafecard, and PayPal.
Verdict: SpinShake Review
SpinShake is nothing flashy. It’s a basic online casino that succeeds in offering the barebones. It lacks the colour of Foxy Games and the class of bet365’s many offerings, but it’s decent. The games are good—although there are no exclusives and the categorisation could use some work—and the simple design ensures it’s very easy to use.
If you’re looking for a new site with a new welcome bonus and some classic games, check it out. If you want a site that welcomes you with a massive bonus and keeps you interested with a plethora of generous loyalty offers, you’ll be better off on bet365 Casino.
- Top Slots
- Live Casino
- Simple and Clean Design
- PayPal Accepted
- Fast Payouts
- Limited Loyalty Offers
- Not the Biggest Gaming Selection
At a Glance
- Operator: AG Communications
- Languages: English, German, Finnish
- Games: Slots, Table Games, Live Casino Games
- Payment Options: Web Wallets, Debit Cards, Bank Transfers
- Licence Holder:
AG Communications Limited
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How do tournaments work on SpinShake?
It depends on the tournament, as the rules vary. Typically, you’ll earn points based on your wagers or win ratios, and these will then determine your place on a leaderboard. If you finish high enough, you could win a prize. Check the tournament terms and conditions to learn more.
How long do withdrawals take?
It should only take a few hours to get your cash with most of the site’s accepted payment options. However, it varies based on the method you choose, with options like PayPal typically giving you your funds in the shortest time.
What are the support hours on SpinShake?
The support team is available from 8 am through to midnight (CET), 7 days a week.
Does SpinShake accept web wallets?
Yes, you can use PayPal and a few similar methods. Paysafecard, which uses a voucher-based system, is also available.