In Coin Master, free Spins and Coins are your livelihoods in order to progress through the game. As you can expect, collecting them won’t be easy — not to mention there are fake and dangerous links that claim can help you obtain them fast without effort. Do not trust those scams! Instead, here we have listed 12 official and real methods that will let you get free Spins in the Coin Master game.
1. Claim the Official Free Spins Links from Coin Master
Moon Active, the developer of Coin Master, often shares links for free Spins and Coins through its social media accounts such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. But to make things easier, we at The Nerd Stash have listed all the promo links on our Free Spins and Coins guides, which you can see below:
- Coin Master Free Spins and Coins Links (October 2022)
- Coin Master Free Spins and Coins Links (September 2022)
- Coin Master Free Spins and Coins Links (August 2022)
The free Spins links typically expire in two or three days, and if you click on one after that period, you will see a notification saying, “the offer has ended.” Below are the free Spins links from the last three days:
2. Coin Master Can Give Out Free Spins Every Hour
You can gain about 5 more Spins per hour when your Spins go below 50 (or 60, 70, or up to 120, depending on how many Spins you can save). You no longer receive additional hourly free Spins after you’ve reached your maximum number of saved Spins, though.
3. Watching a 30-Seconds Ad
If you have fewer than 10 Spins remaining, you can view a 30-second video ad to get a maximum of 5 additional Spins; but only if you don’t receive more than 10 Spins.
4. Free Spins in Daily Gifts and Offers
Sometimes, when you open the page to buy Offers and Chests, Coin Master will give out some free Daily Gifts, which include Coins and Spins. Those Offers can also hand out freebies like Spins, Coins, and XP — but be careful when clicking them! Because after grabbing one or two free Offers, most of the time, it will ask you to pay to grab another one.
5. Get Free Spins from Your Coin Master Friends
Why play alone when you can invite friends? If you connect your Coin Master account to Facebook and you have friends playing, both of you can give each other 1 free Spin every day. With a maximum 100 friends limit, all of you should be able to obtain 100 free Spins each day, but only if your Spins are 50 or below.
Inviting a friend to make a new Coin Master account will also reward you with a Friends Chest, which contains free Spins and Coins. And you can get extra 150 Spins if they’re connected via Facebook. Interestingly, the higher your Village Level, the more Spins you’ll get. But keep in mind that your friend cannot already own a Coin Master account if you want the free invite gift.
Additionally, if you and your friends are part of a Team, it’s possible to request a total of 10 Spins (2 each from five friends) every 8 hours. Then you should participate in Team Chest events. By collecting up to 250 points from attacking and raiding, you can upgrade your Chests for more free Spins. Lastly, you can also ask your Teammates for Cards to complete a Set and acquire more Spins.
6. Stop Playing for a Long Time
In case you feel burned out and want to take a vacation from Coin Master for several months, the game will send you the “Welcome Back Boost” and the “Back in Business Kit” events, which will give you extra Spins (as a way to beg you to play the game again).
7. Complete a Card Set
As I mentioned above, if you complete a Card Set, you’ll get rewards that always include Free Spins. So you should buy lots of Chests once you leveled up into a new Village and keep an eye on Seasonal Card Sets that only last for around three weeks. Then you should wait until there’s a “Set Blast” event in order to obtain 30-50% more rewards from completing a Card Set.
8. Complete a Village
Completing a Village will also give you Spins, Coins, and a Chest. Nevertheless, you might want to wait until there’s a “Village Master” and “Build Rush” events. The former will net you even more rewards that some players claim can even get up to 1,000 free Spins, while the latter gives you bonuses for building and repairing your Village.
9. Get Free Spins During Events
Again, as I wrote above, events are very important if you’re looking for bonus-free Spins in Coin Master. For example, “Attack Madness” can give out 250,000 Spins as the highest reward. Then there’s “Rewards Mania,” when you complete missions during it, you can obtain additional Coins or Spins. And if you feel lucky enough, when you get a Squid from the four random Chests in “Sea of Fortune,” you can pay Coins to continue taking your chances or stop and lose all your winnings.
Meanwhile, in “Viking Quest” (or “Desert Quest,” or “Tribal Quest,” etcetera), you have to complete 10 Stages, and completing them will net you rewards, including Spins. Getting through the last stage will let you acquire 5,000 Free Spins and two new Gold Cards.
10. Free Spins from Thor’s Wheel
Every 100 hours or so, you can collect Chips or Tokens to play the new Thor’s Wheel minigame, which of course, can hand out Spins, Chests, and even events. You should wait until you have around 15 Tokens or so in order to maximize your rewards, though.
11. Win a Tournament
Getting into the Top 10 in a Tournament isn’t easy and will cost you tons of Spins, sure — but if you managed to rank up and play your cards right, you can obtain even much more rewards from Tournaments as well.
12. Be Careful of Fake 400, 800, or 1,000 Free Spins Links!
Lastly, it’s less of a way to get free Spins in Coin Master and more of advice. Often, people on the internet are looking for an easy way to get 400, 800, and even 1,000 (!) free Spins from Coin Master links. If you open our Free Spins and Coins Links guides (which are official links from Moon Active itself), you can see that each day it barely gives out 200 Spins. And they always come in 25 or 50 free Spins per link (or 125 if you won Coin Master‘s official social media contests). So if you see a link that claims to give out 800 free Spins, you can be sure that it’s fake and might end up being a phishing link to steal your accounts and data.