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Vegas Spins ( is operated by Broadway Gaming Ireland DF Limited of Hospitality House, 16-20 Cumberland Street South, Dublin, D02Y097, Ireland.

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Vegas Spins Sister Sites

The entire Vegas Spins sister sites family went through an enormous amount of upheaval in early 2022 when they were purchased from 888 UK Limited by Broadway Gaming. Once the deal was complete, Broadway Gaming created Grand Battery Holdings Limited and tasked the new company with looking after a portfolio of over two hundred slots and bingo sites. If you want to see all the casinos on this network, check out our dedicated 888 UK and Broadway Gaming pages. Here on this page, you’ll see selected highlights from the Vegas Spins sister sites family and a full review of Vegas Spins, including bonus information.

Bingo Hollywood

Bingo Hollywood

We have no idea whether the great and good of Hollywood play bingo games, but if they did, they’d probably do it on this eye-catching, movie-themed bingo site. More than 150 of the Vegas Spins sister sites are bingo-orientated, but most of them were built using a fairly basic template. Bingo Hollywood stands out from the crowd because of its unique look. This is a casino that looks great and plays smoothly. Another thing that goes in its favour is that it does more than you might expect, with a collection of just over three hundred online slots available to go with the bingo games and a detailed VIP program to ensure that loyal players are taken care of. Even in a very crowded field of bingo websites on this casino network, Bingo Hollywood stands out. If you’re not sure whether it’s for you or not, you can play a few free bingo games and get a taste of the site’s style before you decide to part with any of your hard-earned cash. With a 500% matched deposit up to £200 available as a bingo bonus with an x4 wagering requirement, who could say fairer than that?

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Giant Spins

Giant Spins

We’ve mentioned that there are over 150 bingo-themed Vegas Spins sister sites, which means that the slots-focused casinos are rarities in the family. Vegas Spins is actually one of the better-known slots sites in this casino family, but Giant Spins is also worthy of your attention and, perhaps, your custom. The cartoonish, slightly retro-looking casino site grabs the attention of new players immediately with a long-standing welcome promotion of 100% as a matched deposit up to £100 and fifty free spins to go with the bonus funds. A little cheekily, the casino promotes “no cap” on free spins winnings. That might be true, but winnings from free spins have to be wagered x80 before they can be withdrawn. That’s a near-impossible requirement, so the cap is irrelevant because hardly anyone is ever going to be able to withdraw what they win anyway. The hidden sucker punch in the welcome promotion sours the taste of Giant Spins a little. Other than that, it has a high-quality collection of online slots to offer. Players who stick with Vegas Spins for the long term might qualify for “Star Rewards, which promise free spins and other perks dished out on a weekly basis.

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Two Fat Ladies

Two Fat Ladies

It’s probably fair to ask whether we should still be opening bingo or casino sites with names like “Two Fat Ladies” in the 2020s, as the usage of the term has all but stopped in bingo halls. We’ll give Two Fat Ladies a pass on that front, though, as it’s been a member of the Vegas Spins sister sites family since long before the start of the 2020s. What we won’t give the site a pass on, though, is the weakness of its bingo range. There’s a common theme among the bingo-orientated casinos on the Grand Battery Holdings Limited casino network, and the theme is that they’re not as devoted to bingo as their names would have us to believe. In fact, most of them offer identical portfolios of games involving no more than five bingo rooms and then a collection of approximately five hundred slots. These are the template-based Vegas Spins sister sites we alluded to earlier, and Two Fat Ladies is one of them. Even the welcome promotion of up to £88 as a matched deposit is geared more towards slots players than it is bingo players as it comes with twenty free spins but can be redeemed in the handful of bingo rooms the site offers if players want to use it that way.

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Katie’s Bingo

Katie's Bingo

We don’t know who Katie is, but we do know that plenty of people enjoy playing bingo at her iGaming site. It was a brand new site back in 2017 and was a finalist in the Which Bingo awards in the category “best new site” that year. It went one better at the 2017 BingoPort Awards, winning “best new bingo site.” Both accolades still feature prominently on the Katie’s Bingo website. That might suggest that Katie’s Bingo is living in the past, but there aren’t many awards to show off at the rest of the Vegas Spins sister sites, so we understand why this one clings to them. The cartoon style and plethora of love hearts at Katie’s Bingo make it clear that this is a bingo site for women, but we’ve seen nothing to suggest that men won’t also be welcome in its exclusive rooms. It’s a little more sophisticated than the basic bingo sites on this casino network, offering separate welcome promotions for players who want to play bingo and players who want to play slots, but it quietly imposes wagering requirements of x80 on both bonuses. As much as the cartoon host of Katie’s Bingo might smile at us on the homepage, those wagering requirements make us think she’s secretly quite mean.

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Lippy Bingo

Lippy Bingo

We get the impression that Lippy Bingo was once much more popular than it is now. We say that because former Girls Aloud and X-Factor star is front and centre on the site’s homepage, blowing us a kiss. Hardly any of the Vegas Spins sister sites have celebrity attachments or endorsements, so the presence of someone who is (or, at least, was) an A-list celebrity is an attention-grabber. Unfortunately, the welcome promotion is less of an attention grabber. New players at Lippy Bingo can deposit £10 to play with £40 and get forty free spins, but if they choose to use their bonus funds on slots, they’ll have to contend with an x85 wagering requirement. It probably makes more sense to use it on the site’s bingo games, where the wagering requirement is a far more reasonable x4. Popular bingo games at Lippy Bingo include Super Millionaire, Lucky Saturday and Lucky Penny. The site has more slots than it does bingo games, but it still offers more bingo rooms than the average “bingo” site on the Grand Battery Holdings Limited casino network.

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Bingo Barmy

Bingo Barmy

At the risk of upsetting fans of some of the other Vegas Spins sister sites, we think Bingo Barmy might be the best bingo site on this casino network. We have good reasons for that. The biggest and most important of them from the point of view of players is that Bingo Barmy doesn’t “do” wagering requirements. The promise is front and centre on the homepage of this eccentric site, with the word “ever” printed in block capitals to underline the idea that this policy is never going to change. When some of Vegas Spins sister sites go as high as x85 with wagering requirements, Bingo Barmy stands out for all the right reasons. Its welcome offer is also far more generous than what’s available at the majority of the other sites on the network, with thirty free spins on slots and an incredible 1150 free bingo tickets given away for a reposit of just £10. We guess that Bingo Barmy isn’t exaggerating when it says that it’s a little crazy – but then again, we should expect that from a site that greets us with smiling teeth and lips printed on a pineapple glitterball.

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The best of the Vegas Spins sister sites are the ones that go the extra mile to mark themselves out as different from the rest. Far too many of them are basic clones of each other with three or four bingo rooms and five-hundred-or-so online slots. Sites like Quizingo immediately stand out because they have a different format. You can probably guess what’s different about Quizingo purely by looking at the site’s name. You can play bingo here, but you can also take part in regular quizzes. If you’ve always been closer to the prizes than the wooden spoon when you’ve taken part in pub quizzes, that knowledge could prove to be useful here. If you can defeat your fellow players, you could be rewarded for your knowledge rather than your luck! There are a couple of weaknesses to be aware of at Quizingo, though – the £30 bingo bonus welcome offer is lower than the average for this network, and the ten free spins that come with it are tied to an x80 wagering requirement.

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Prize Land Bingo

Prize Land Bingo

Prize Land Bingo is a site that’s defied the odds. This bingo and casino site was once known as Iceland Bingo (sometimes also referred to as Bingo Iceland) and was the official bingo site of the popular frozen food supermarket. As strange as a concept as that is, it was also successful. A few years ago, Iceland decided it no longer wanted to be associated with iGaming. That ought to have been the end of the site, but Iceland Bingo simply renamed itself “Prize Land Bingo” – keeping very similar branding in the process – and kept on ticking. Between that and a TV campaign promoting the site’s new name, you could even make an argument that Prize Land Bingo is more popular now than Iceland Bingo ever was. It’s the great survivor of the Vegas Spins sister sites family and offers prize wheels and prize rooms where players can win mobile phones, games consoles, laptops and other real-world prizes to go with all the traditional bingo and slots action elsewhere on the site.

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Quality Bingo

Quality Bingo

Quality Bingo isn’t shy about telling visitors what it thinks of itself. The second the site’s homepage loads, you’re greeted by the message, “Your New Excellent UK Bingo Site,” in bold type, almost like a proclamation. To back the idea up, it offers ten free spins and 105 free bingo tickets to all new players who sign up and deposit a minimum of £10. The bingo tickets are available immediately, but the free spins only become available when at least £5 of that £10 has been wagered. Although Quality Bingo doesn’t do a great job of making this clear, we believe the promotion comes free of any wagering requirements. If that’s the case, the site should be shouting about it a lot louder than it is. There are options at Quality Bingo no matter which way players might prefer to play the game, with exclusive 90-ball, 75-ball and 52-ball rooms along with a few speed bingo rooms where the game is played with just thirty balls. Exclusive rooms like Wednesday Chic, Monday Chill and Thursday Groove guarantee that they’ll pay out their job jackpots every time they’re open. Someone has to win that money!

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Can Vegas Spins Be Trusted?

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Vegas Spins is a 3 Star trusted casino.

1. UKGC License UK Gambling Commission licence 58267, held by Grand Battery Holdings Limited, covers Vegas Spins.
2. UKGC Fines Grand Battery Holdings has a clean UKGC licence, although it should be noted the licence has only existed since February 2022.
3. Customer Service Telephone and email support exists at Vegas Spins, but no live chat.
4. Trustpilot Score After more than 70 reviews, Vegas Spins has a low rating of 1.9 out of 5.0.
5. Company Location The headquarters of Grand Battery Holdings Limited are in Dublin, Ireland.
6. Visible T&C’s Promotional terms and conditions are clearly listed at Vegas Spins.
7. Social Media Presence Vegas Casino hasn’t posted on Twitter since 2017. Its Facebook account hasn’t been touched since 2020.
8. Number of Sister Sites Grand Battery Holdings operates more than 200 Vegas Spins sister sites.
9. Games portfolio Vegas Spins offers around 500 online slots. There are no live casino games.
10. Gamstop links A GamStop logo is visible towards the bottom of the Vegas Spins website, and works as a link.
Overall SCORE > ★★★★★ – 3/5 Stars

Vegas Spins Review 2024

Vegas Spins has been online since 2017 but has recently been through a lot of changes. It started life as a mid-ranking 888 UK Limited online slots site but now finds itself under new ownership with Broadway Gaming via Grand Battery Holdings. Is it better or worse off for that change? It does a reasonably good job of establishing its Las Vegas theme with a neon logo and sparkling graphics on its homepage, but can it also offer Vegas thrills? Find out by reading our full Vegas Spins review.

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Vegas Spins Pros and Cons


Vegas Spins loads quickly and efficiently. Most of the casino is contained on a single page, so navigation is easy. 

Although wagering requirements are high, there’s still potential value in the casino’s welcome promotions. 


There are no long-term promotions available at Vegas Spins whatsoever. 

Withdrawals – even supposedly “fast” ones – take a minimum of four days and can take far longer. 

Featured Slots and Casino Games at Vegas Spins

It’s pretty much “slots or nothing” at Vegas Spins, which takes the “spins” part of its name seriously. The Vegas Spins collection contains around five hundred online slots, most of which are tried and tested and come from well-respected providers. These were the top slots at the casino when we visited it to write this review. 

Starburst: There’s a good reason why Starburst by NetEnt is the focus of the Vegas Spins welcome promotion – it’s the most popular and beloved online slots game of all time. Having been released in 2013, Starburst is getting a little long in the tooth, but you’d never guess its age by looking at it because the space-themed thriller was so far ahead of its time at launch. The expanding respin wilds that form the basis of the bonus features in this slot can change the nature of the game on any spin. Volatility is low, but the RTP of 96.09% should ensure that small wins come along often. 

Big Bass Bonanza: Slots like Fishin’ Frenzy and Big Bass Bonanza have been such big hits for Reel Kingdom that some players now know them simply as “the fishing company.” The provider has released several sequels to the original Big Bass Bonanza in the past two years, but the original is still the most popular. Its friendly combination of 95.67% RTP and above-average volatility keeps jackpot hunters happy, but the simple thrill of seeing a fisherman symbol show up on the same spin as a fish symbol and banking cash every time it happens is at the core of this slot’s appeal. 

Bonanza: When Big Time Gaming invented the Megaways system, they changed the face of online slots forever. Had the mining-themed Bonanza slot not been a huge hit when it was released in 2016, the Megaways revolution might never have happened. It’s the perfect showcase for the complex system, demonstrating the 117,649 ways to win, changeable reels, and avalanche wins with flair and panache. Better still, the fact that multipliers within free spins are theoretically unlimited means that Bonanza has just as much appeal now as it did when it was new. RTP is 96%, and volatility is (obviously) high. 

Deposit and Withdrawal Methods

We wish we had better news for you in this category, but unfortunately, there’s no way to avoid saying that Vegas Spins handles withdrawals badly and doesn’t offer a great range of deposit options. To get money into your account, your options are debit cards (Visa and Mastercard only; no Maestro), Apple Pay, wire transfer or PayPal. There’s no support for Paysafe voucher cards or any other e-wallets. When a withdrawal is requested, Vegas Spins spends two entire business days processing the request before the money is even sent. It then takes a further 2-3 business days to complete the transaction, even if you’re using PayPal. That means waiting 4-5 business days for withdrawals at best. With debit cards, the turnaround is 4-7 days. Wire transfer is even worse, with a 7-10 day wait.

Customer Support and License

Vegas Spins offers a telephone number (0800 279 3322) and an email address ([email protected]) for customer assistance. The inclusion of telephone support is great, but we’d ideally like live chat to be available at the casino, too. Phone support is available from 8am to midnight, so if you’re playing outside those hours and require assistance, email is your only option. The licence that covers the casino’s operations is held via Grand Battery Holdings with the UK Gambling Commission and was granted in February 2022.

Vegas Spins – The Verdict

The collection of slots at Vegas Spins is perfectly sound and having telephone-based customer support is a positive, but the casino lets itself down in too many other ways for it to be seen as a great place to play. The wagering requirements attached to the welcome promotion are far too high no matter which specific reward you get from the bonus wheel, and the lack of any ongoing promotions means there’s nothing worth sticking around for. Throw in the potential week-long wait for withdrawals, and it’s plain to see that there are better options available elsewhere.

What are players saying about Vegas Spins?

Here are our condensed/reader’s digest summaries of recent player reviews of Vegas Spins. The reviews are all real, but comments have been edited to keep them on-topic.

  • 19-Jun-2023 by Connor:
    I’ve had a few gaming sessions with Vegas Spins and had no issues. Recently, I made some large withdrawals which are still pending. They requested identification, which I provided. The verification process is slow, and I’m used to faster withdrawals. Despite all this, the site has a nice layout and a good selection of games. – source: TrustPilot
  • 24-May-2023 by ME Kit:
    I’ve had a terrible experience with Vegas Spins. They’ve taken a lot from me and given nothing back. Even the rewards are disappointing. – source: TrustPilot
  • 26-Apr-2023 by Neil:
    I’ve been a member of this site for years and never had a problem until recently. I withdrew £700, and it’s been days, but I haven’t received my money. They asked for verification and suspended my account. Their customer support is awful. – source: TrustPilot
  • 20-Feb-2023 by Slavka:
    I requested a withdrawal on 1/02/2023 and still haven’t received it. I’ve sent all the documents they asked for, but my account was blocked, and I was put in self-exclusion mode without my permission. I’ve had health problems because of this issue. I’ve contacted eCOGRA and will dispute this. – source: TrustPilot
  • 26-Mar-2023 by JustSmile:
    I’ve sent multiple emails and had live chats with Vegas Spins, but no one can tell me when my withdrawal will take place. They’re happy to take my money, but when I win, they delay the payout. I’ve uploaded my ID four times now. I’m severely disabled and have had better service in real-world casinos. They blocked my account a few days after I told them about my disability. – source: TrustPilot
  • 21-Mar-2023 by James:
    Vegas Spins doesn’t pay out like other trusted casinos. This site just takes and takes. It seems rigged against the customer. – source: TrustPilot
  • 04-Mar-2023 by Mark:
    No one is responding to my queries. I really want my money that I’ve won. I’ve sent everything they requested. It’s not fair that I’ve had to wait this long. It’s a lot of money, and I need it. My account was verified yesterday, but I still have to wait for the payout. – source: TrustPilot
  • 10-Feb-2023 by Alex:
    I requested a large withdrawal on 1st Feb and still haven’t been paid. They’re not replying to my emails now. I will commence legal action if I’m not paid immediately. – source: TrustPilot
  • 03-Feb-2023 by Dan:
    Like many others, I’m still waiting for my withdrawal to come through to my bank. It’s been six days now! I’ve provided all the relevant verification documents, and still nothing! It’s absolutely disgusting. – source: TrustPilot
  • 01-Feb-2023 by Christine:
    I’ve been a customer for years. Recently, I added a new card. They took the deposit okay, but when I won £100, they sent it to the wrong card. I keep telling them it’s the new number, but they ignore me and cut me off. After all these years, I’m leaving Vegas Spins. – source: TrustPilot