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If you are a frequent player at slot machines, you would have come across the term mega spins quite often lately. Initially, we thought this was a new gimmick used by gaming companies to attract the attention of gullible players who were new to the scene. Here we are going to get down to the nitty-gritty of the phenomenon of the mega spin and hopefully leave you feeling like you know a bit more.

Not all casinos are currently offering these mega spins, to be honest, not many game titles are either, the ones that do are few and far between, but we have a hunch that this will change shortly as this is quite lucrative. Some also offer free spin slots when new players sign in.

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What are Mega free Spins

Essentially, mega spins are usually offered in conjunction with some sort of bonus feature; most casinos will offer these spins when you sign up. So for instance, once you sign up you will get a deposit bonus, and on top of that they will give you several mega spins, the amount varies from casino to casino so make sure you do some research before deciding on one. The more mega spins you get, the higher your earnings will be.

Majority of slots out there offer spins that are between 0.01 up to 0.50 per spin, whereas mega spins will be worth between $1 to 5 dollars depending. This is an incredible increase in worth and will usually translate to much greater wins, in turn growing your credits substantially more than your normal spins.

One aspect of the mega spins feature that seems to be a little bit sketchy is the fact that when using them, players will need to meet a higher quota before being allowed to withdraw these winnings. This is not that bad, but it still deviates from the traditional spins, and will almost certainly deter some of the more experienced players who have tried and tested methods, but let’s be honest, who in their right would turn down free spins that are worth more than the normal spins.

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Just imagine getting 100 mega spins when you sign up, and each spin is valued at $2 versus the usual $0.10 spins. This will automatically translate to higher winnings and is undoubtedly a good thing, to say the least, even if you do have to earn a significantly more before drawing your earnings, this is a small price to pay.

Yes you have to make more before withdrawing and yes these mega spins are not available everywhere, but the point is that you will undoubtedly earn more anyway. So this is a win-win situation, and if you see these mega spins being offered, it would be wise to take the bonus.