No Deposit Slots
- This section is for no deposit slots sites (no bingo)
- Slots only sites often have a bigger range of slots than bingo sites
- No deposit slots sites offer free spins or a bonus so you can try the slots out
- A deposit will be required before you can withdraw any winnings
Magical Vegas is a casino/slots site owned by Stride Gaming/Daub Alderney, offering an excellent selection of slots by Net Ent, Microgaming, Eyecon, SG and…
Spin Jackpots is a Dragonfish slots site, with the usual selection of titles by Net Ent, IGT, SG and Eyecon.
The Betfair Casino is powered by Playtech and offers a big selection of slots including the Batman series and the Age of the Gods…
Virgin Games was taken over by Gamesys in early 2013 but it wasn’t until the summer of 2015 that it received a much needed makeover….
Not to be confused with the Dragonfish powered site formerly known as Winneroo Bingo, this is the site formerly known as Winneroo…
Slotahoy is a Dragonfish slots site (no bingo). The slots selection, which is bigger than that at Dragonfish bingo sites, includes popular titles from…
Slots of Dosh is a Dragonfish slots site (no bingo) including slots by IGT, WMS/Scientific Gaming, Eyecon, Net Ent and others, and offering a…
Fortune Frenzy is a Nektan slots site with a particularly attractive set of welcome offers. The selection of slots includes titles by IGT, SG,…
Touch Lucky is a slots site on the Nektan platform (which was originally mobile only but has now come to the desktop), featuring titles…
Spin Genie is a popular slots site that originally sent players on a journey through the world of Spin the dog collecting bonuses and free spins as they…
Most bingo players also like to play slots, but the range of slots on offer at bingo sites can be quite restricted. One approach to playing a wider range of slots than are on offer at your preferred bingo site is to play at an associated slots site - e.g. if you have a Sky Bingo
account with cash in it you can also play at Sky Vegas and the same is true of Betfair Bingo
and Betfair Arcade. These two sites allow play with the same account and wallet and also allow players who signed up via the bingo site to take advantage of bonus offers and other promotions on the slots site, and this is extremely convenient.
However, there is an argument for keeping slots play and bingo play completely separate because of the mechanics of bonus. Let's say you have both a bingo and a slots bonus and you play the bingo bonus through, complete the wagering requirement and are left with cash winnings - but the wagering requirements of the slots bonus are unfinished and you have slots bonus including pending winnings outstanding. At most sites, if you now continue to play slots to work further on the wagering requirement, you will be playing with cash bingo winnings and not the remaining slots bonus, and this will go on until you either complete the wagering requirement or run out of cash. Playing slots and bingo at different sites with completely separate wallets removes the possibility of losing cash winnings from one while trying to complete the wagering requirements for the other. It also allows you to mix and match the bonus offers to get the best of both instead of compromising with a combined bingo and slots offer.
On the minus side, spreading play across a number of sites makes it less likely that you will be able to qualify for VIP status
at any of them, so this is something to consider if VIP status is important to you.
When a player first starts to explore the world of online bingo - or just wants to try out a different bingo platform or network - a no deposit bingo bonus
can be very handy as it allows the player to get a feel for the site before committing any real money. The same is true of slots sites and there, a no deposit offer can come either in the form of a slots bonus, or of free spins for a specified slot or slots; in the case of free spins, any winnings will normally be paid as a slots bonus (which may be for a restricted range of slots). Incidentally, not all free spins work in the same way; 888/Dragonfish powered sites (whether bingo or slots) usually give out their free spins on Pariplay slots such as Magical Forest and show the wins in points. After all the free spins have been used the points are converted into a bonus subject to a maximum which will be specified in the terms and conditions. At sites where the free spins are on Starburst
or other Net Ent slots, it works in a much more transparent way; the free spins are played with all paylines active at the lowest coin size and the winnings you see are what you get as a slots bonus. Either way, the wagering requirement will be calculated on the bonus you receive rather than on the value of the free spins themselves, and this can cut both ways if there is no cap on the bonus value.
No deposit slots bonus offers are harder to find than no deposit free spins offers but have the advantage of being usable on a much wider range of slots, often over a longer period of time (free spins offers typically have a very short expiry, often just 24 hours).