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Speedy Spins at Kozmo Bingo
Speedy Spins are a type of slot spin. The idea of bonus slot spins as an alternative to deposit bonus offers and other player promotions is not a new one, but Speedy Spins bring something different to the party – instead of collecting a set number of slot spins, the player is given a set amount of time to spin as many times as possible / win as much as possible (subject to a cap, on the offer we saw, of 10% of the number of spins actually made). As always at Real Bingo Network sites, the winnings are paid in cash and there are no wagering requirements.
Speedy Spins were first available as a Daily Promo offer when players deposited with the code of the day – so on some days only (other Daily Promos include the regular type of slot spin offer and free bingo ticket vouchers). The Speedy Spins Daily Promo we saw offered 60 seconds or 180 seconds of spins (all on the same slot) depending on the size of deposit made. 60 seconds of Speedy Spins have now also been included in the latest welcome offers at Kozmo Bingo and Queen Bee Bingo.
So – how many spins can a player actually complete during this trolley dash of slots play? The answer is, it varies – and that is one of the reasons Speedy Spins are such an interesting idea. Basically, the more win lines a spin produces, the longer it takes before the next spin can take place (the most extreme case of this being when the bonus round is triggered) so unlucky players get to make more spins. In Fluffy Favourites, for instance, a losing spin takes around 3 seconds but a winning spin takes closer to 5 seconds.
Have you tried out Speedy Spins? We’d love to hear what you thought of it and how many spins you actually completed!