Coin Master: Free Spins and Coins [Daily Links]


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More ways to get free spins and coins
Checking here for daily links isn’t the only way that you can get free spins and spins!
Invite Facebook friends
Every time you invite a friend on Facebook to play the game you can get 40 spins for free. To get credit your friend needs to accept the invite, download the game, open it, and log into Facebook so their account is tied to the game. If you have a lot of friends this can add up very quickly.
Gift each other
After you’ve invited all your friends and they have joined then you and your friends can gift each other free spins and coins every day! You don’t lose any personal spins this way. In total you can send and receive 100 spins.
Wait a bit
Last, but not least you can just wait! Every hour that you wait you will get 5 free spins adding up to a total of 50 spins. That means you should wait ten hours at most if you want to optimize for maximum spins.
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What is Coin Master?

Merge a base-building strategy game with the chaotic thrill of a slots machine and you’ve got Coin Master. The gameplay is simple: spin the Slots machine to perform an action. You can earn Coin, attack other players’ bases, raid player stashes, or get shields that reduce the effect of other players’ attacks. Then use the Coin you gain to construct and upgrade your base’s structures.
Coin Master is about as straightforward as they come, so it shouldn’t take long for you to pick up the mechanics and start playing. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to optimize your play and improve your Coin Master experience. Read on for a complete guide to Coin Master, including some tips and tricks to accelerate your base building and keep your Coin stash safe from other players.




















The Essentials

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Coin Master begins with a brief tutorial that introduces you to the basic mechanics, then gives you the freedom to start playing however you want. It’s certainly enough to get started, but here we’ll get into some of the mechanics the tutorial doesn’t explain.
Everything in Coin Master revolves around obtaining and spending Coin. There are three primary means of earning Coin in Coin Master (outside of spending real money for it): 1) winning Coin from the Slots Machine; 2) attacking other players’ bases; and 3) raiding other players’ bases. In order to perform one of these actions, you must take a Spin on the Slots Machine.

The Slots Machine

The Slots Machine is where the meat of the game lies, and you’ll be spending much of your game time on this screen. You can get to the Slots Machine by opening the in-game menu and selecting it or by swiping down from the Village view.
Below the Slots Machine, you’ll see your current number of available Spins. Each time you Spin the machine, this number goes down by one. Once you’re out of Spins, you’ll have to wait some time for them to regenerate. The Slots Machine in Coin Master has four reels with four different symbols. If you manage to get four of the same symbols in a row, you immediately perform that action. These four symbols are: a bag of Coin, a hammer, a pig bandit, a shield, and a spin capsule.
SYMBOL
AWARD
Bag of Coin
More coins
Hammer
Raid random village (get coins by attacking someone else's village)
Pig Bandit
Raid current Coin Master
Shield
Protection for your village (lose less coins during an attack)
Energy Capsule
10 free spins

The Bag of Coin

coin master bag of coin
The Bag of Coin, as its name implies, gives you Coin. Unlike the other pictures, you don’t need an entire row of these to earn the reward. Every Bag of Coin you get after a Spin nets you a small reward, but getting an entire row of them gives a bigger payout than four individual Bags of Coin would.

Attack - The Hammer

coin master hammer
Get an entire row of Hammers (the game’s artwork implies this is Thor’s Hammer) and you will attack another player’s base. If you’ve linked your Facebook account to Coin Master, you can choose a friend to attack, otherwise the game picks a random player.
The player’s Village will appear on your screen and you’re asked to choose which of their buildings you want to Attack. Attacking a building nets you a Coin reward and reduces the star level of the attacked building.

Raid - The Pig Bandit

coin master raid pig
The Pig Bandit is a symbol of a grinning pig wearing a bandit mask. If you get four of these in a row, you immediately perform a Raid.
Unlike with Attacks, you can’t choose the target of your Raid. Above the Slots Machine is the name and picture of your Coin Master, a player who is your assigned Raid target. When a Raid begins, you’re taken to your Coin Master’s Village. However, instead of attacking one of their buildings, you’re given three Shovels to dig holes with. There are several locations in the Village that you can dig up (marked by large X’s). Pick three holes to dig up; some of them will contain a significant amount of Coin. This Coin is taken directly from the victim’s current Coin stash and is a great way to get on someone’s nerves.

Defend - The Shield

coin master shield
The Shield is used to protect your base from enemy attacks. You can have up to three Shields at once, meaning you’re protected from three attacks. If you have a Shield when an enemy attacks one of your buildings, your building will be protected and won’t go down in Star rating.
The same rules apply for when you’re attacking a player with a Shield. You will still gain 50,000 Coin (much less than you would otherwise) but the player’s building won’t take any damage and won’t go down in Star rating.
It’s important to note that the Shield doesn’t protect you from Raids.
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Betting

If you’ve accumulated a large number of Spins, you can perform Bets. When you increase your Bet, each Spin of the Slots Machine spends multiple Spins but you also increase your chances of winning big. Bets multiply the rewards you earn from Slots Machine spins.

Village Building

coin master village
Villages serve as the “levels” in Coin Master. There are five buildings you must construct in each stage. In order to complete a stage and advance to the next Village, you must upgrade all of the buildings in your current village to 5-star Rating. Upgrading buildings costs Coin, and upgrades become progressively more expensive the further on you get in the game, so prepare for a grind. The buildings don’t have any special effects or functions and are merely markers for your progress toward the next Village.
As of June 2020 there are 252 villages, each with its own unique theme, that you can complete in Coin Master.
LEVEL
VILLAGE
LEVEL
VILLAGE
1
Land of Vikings
132
Carnival
2
Ancient Egypt
133
Dracula
3
Snowy Alps
134
Future Park
4
Inca
135
Gymnastics
5
Far East
136
New York
6
Stone Age
137
Swamp Princess
7
Sunny Hawaii
138
Punk Rock
8
Troy
139
Railroad
9
Africa
140
Rio
10
Atlantis
141
Space Pirate
11
The Future
142
Mech Workshop
12
Woodstock
143
Jocke & Jonna
13
Arabian Nights
144
Colombia
14
Moon Landing
145
Petra
15
Wild West
146
Monkey Kingdom
16
Netherland
147
Persian Sultan
17
Jungle
148
Desert Party
18
Wonderland
149
Hercules
19
Miners
150
Shaolin
20
The Arctic
151
Baker Shop
21
Apocalypse
152
Billiard
22
Candy Land
153
Noah's Ark
23
Army Camp
154
Doomsday
24
Halloween
155
Orc
25
The Tribe
156
Fairy
26
Australia
157
Ice Age
27
Columbus
158
Cleopatra
28
Mexico
159
Valhalla
29
Magical Forest
160
Supervillain
30
India
161
Horse Racing
31
The 50's
162
Jazz Club
32
Thailand
163
Fashion
33
Coin Manor
164
Barber Shop
34
Dragon Lair
165
Mermaid City
35
Greek Island
166
Street Dance
36
LA Dreams
167
Saloon Slickers
37
The Wizard
168
Centaure
38
Oil Tyrant
169
Dungeon Lair
39
La Familia
170
Brazil Amazon
40
Area 51
171
Morocco
41
Night of the Dead
172
Firefighters
42
Steampunk Land
173
Jousting
43
The Zoo
174
Sculpture Workshop
44
Russia
175
Babylon
45
Musketeers
176
Boarding School
46
Lady Bug
177
Movie Set
47
Theme Park
178
Dino Ranch
48
Tibet
179
American Football
49
Hell
180
Beauty and the Beast
50
Easter
181
Galapagos
51
Japan
182
Robo Tech Girl
52
Swamp
183
Darwin
53
Wizard of Oz
184
Dinner
54
Timbuktu
185
Mad Hatter
55
Jurassic Ville
186
San Fransisco
56
Canada
187
Rally Racing
57
Mongolia
188
Madagascar
58
Jacks Beanstalks
189
Police Station
59
Scotland
190
Bee Hive
60
Robin Hood
191
Napoleon
61
Deep Sea
192
Basketball
62
Don Quixote
193
Film Noir
63
Colosseum
194
Baseball
64
Cat Castle
195
Pet Saloon
65
Olympus
196
Scouts Camp
66
Trolls
197
Leprechaun
67
Aliens
198
Athletics
68
Da Vinci
199
Burglar
69
Sand Land
200
Ice Hockey
70
Elves
201
Talk Show
71
Switzerland
202
Havana
72
Truckers
203
Cyber Future
73
Spain
204
Magic Show
74
Little Red
205
Arcade
75
Unicorn
206
Jamaica
76
Scientist
207
Louise The 16th
77
Romania
208
Sea Master Park
78
Singapore
209
Zombie Boogie
79
Tin Soldier
210
Motorbike
80
Crazy Bride
211
County Folk Band
81
Pilot
212
Trainer of Dragons
82
Fairy Tale
213
China Wall
83
Car Racing
214
Mail Man
84
Gnome
215
Theatre
85
Desert Punk
216
Grand Biking Tour
86
Detective
217
Space Cleaners
87
Baba Yaga
218
Dwarf Workshop
88
Barbarian
219
Swimming Pool
89
Restaurant
220
Odysseus
90
King Arthur
221
Haunted House
91
Sinbad
222
Jungle Explorers
92
Bikers Bar
223
Stranded Island
93
Caribbean Resort
224
Construction Site
94
Super Heroes
225
Thai Boxing
95
Egyptian Pyramids
226
Museum Life
96
Olympic Games
227
Roman Square
97
Mountain Climbers
228
Cricket
98
Milky Way
229
Nordic Fisherman
99
Ski Slope
230
Georgia
100
Royal Monkey
231
Tesla's Lab
101
Snow White
232
Iceland
102
Goblin Ghetto
233
Portugal Vasco da Gama
103
Yemen
234
Templar Order
104
Wu Xing
235
Aircraft Carrier
105
Circus
236
Alien Museum
106
Yokai
237
Prisoner Escape
107
Golf Course
238
Maharaja
108
Lucha Libre
239
Alien Invasion
109
Cyber Cowboys
240
Royal Haven
110
Rice Farmer
241
Submarine
111
Captain Shipyard
242
Princess Pack
112
Irish Craic
243
Chocoloate Factory
113
Oktoberfest
244
Henzel and Gretel
114
Amazon
245
Mage Room
115
Aztec
246
Gardener
116
Forbidden City
247
Venice Beach
117
Ice Queen
248
Bikers Gang
118
Samurai
249
Ice Skating
119
Santa's Factory
250
Pastry Shop
120
Soccer
251
Mauri
121
Tennis
252
Archery
122
Thanksgiving
253
Doughnut Shop
123
Toys
254
Wagon Train
124
Venice
255
Sumo
125
Witches
256
Bowling
126
Yankee
257
Cyborg
127
Zanzibar
258
Momotaro
128
Moby Dick
259
Green Earth
129
Turkey
260
Leonardo's Workshop
130
Argentina
261
Voodoo Shop
131
Boxing Club
262
Clock Maker
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Revenge

The Revenge mechanic allows you to get back at a player who has Attacked your village. If your base has been successfully Attacked by another player, you have an opportunity to get strike back.
Simply give the Slots Machine a Spin. If you get a full row of Hammers, the game will take you to the Attack screen and transition to a random Village. Pay attention to the top of your screen; there should be a Revenge option there. Select this and the game will bring up a list of all the players who have recently Attacked you. Pick one and you’ll be taken to that person’s Village where you can lay down the hurt.

Cards

coin master cards
Cards are earned by opening up chests, which are purchased using Coins. There are several themed Card Collections, and each Collection contains nine cards. Collect all nine Cards in a Collection and you’re rewarded with bonuses, including free Spins, a huge influx of Coin, and even Pets.
There are three kinds of chests that you can purchase; the more expensive the chest, the more Cards you’ll find within. The quality of the Cards you can get from a chest is dependent on your current Village Level. One you reach the higher Village levels, you also have the chance of getting special Gold Cards from the chests you open. Gold Cards are simply rarer versions of other cards, and their Collections offer much bigger rewards upon completion.
One of the most exciting mechanics in Coin Master is the Card Trading system. You can send up to 5 Cards to your friends every day, so it’s a good idea to join Coin Master forums and communities. Many have dedicated Card Trading sections where you can strike trading deals with other Coin Master players.
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Chests

As explained above in the Cards section, Chests can be purchased from the in-game shop for Coins. All Chests can give you cards of up to 5-star quality level, but the more expensive Chests have greater odds of dropping higher quality cards. Higher level Chests also have lower odds of dropping low level cards than low level Chests, so if you’re looking for a particular 1-, 2-, or 3-star card to complete a Card Collection, you’ll want to spend Coins on lower level Chests.
You can also receive Pet Snacks, Pet XP, or bonus Spins from Chests. These are added to your inventory atop the Cards you receive so don’t affect Card drop probabilities.

Card Drop Odds by Chest

Depending on which chest you’re opening you have a greater chance of drawing a specific rarity of card. Only the Mystery, Ruby, and Valentine’s Chests have chances of dropping a Joker Card the rest do not.
The Wooden, Golden, and Magical Chests are all available starting with Village 3. The Small Lucky Chest is available at Village 4, Small Easter Chest at Village 10, Big Easter Chest and Emerald Chest at Village 20, Valentine’s Chest and Big Lucky Chest at Village 30, Saphire Chest after Village 70, and the Ruby Chest at Village 110.
These are the official probabilities according to Moon Active, the developer behind Coin Master:
TYPE
# OF CARDS
1 STAR CARD
2 STAR CARD
3 STAR CARD
4 STAR CARD
5 STAR CARD
JOKER CARD
Wooden Chest
2
86%
48%
18%
15%
2%
0%
Golden Chest
4
60.4%
77.74%
99.5%
35.87%
5.95%
0%
Magical Chest
8
79.21%
94.29%
99.5%
99.5%
23.6%
0%
Mystery Chest
6
0.5%
98.33%
98.33%
99.5%
99.5%
10%
Emerald Chest
4
63.71%
56.13%
80.69%
70.84%
27.1%
0%
Saphire Chest
6
71.78%
79.16%
90.49%
99.5%
38.04%
0%
Ruby Chest
8
56.2%
82.47%
97.19%
99.5%
61.14%
1.9%
Valentine's Chest
6
0.5%
98%
98%
99%
99%
4%
Small Lucky Chest
6
0.01%
98%
98%
99.5%
99.5%
1.4%
Big Lucky Chest
8
55%
82%
96%
99%
60%
14%
Small Easter Chest
6
0.01%
99.5%
99.5%
99.5%
99.5%
2.4%
Big Easter Chest
8
56%
83%
97%
99%
61%
6%

Pet Snack Drops

Only Mystery Chests and Valentine’s Chests have a chance to drop Pet Snacks.
TYPE
VILLAGE LEVEL
2 PET SNACKS
3 PET SNACKS
4 PET SNACKS
Mystery Chest
-
33.33%
33.33%
33.33%
Valentine's Chest
30+
33.33%
33.33%
33.33%

Bonus Spins and Pet XP

Emerald, Sapphire, and Ruby Chests have fixed probabilities for Bonus Spins.
EMERALD CHEST
SAPHIRE CHEST
RUBY CHEST
# of Spins
Probability
# of Spins
Probability
# of Spins
Probability
10 Spins
9.76%
50 Spins
2.35%
100 Spins
2.35%
15 Spins
14.63%
55 Spins
7.06%
110 Spins
7.06%
20 Spins
24.39%
60 Spins
9.41%
125 Spins
9.41%
25 Spins
29.27%
65 Spins
9.41%
150 Spins
9.41%
30 Spins
4.88%
70 Spins
9.41%
175 Spins
9.41%
35 Spins
4.39%
75 Spins
9.41%
200 Spins
9.41%
40 Spins
3.90%
80 Spins
9.41%
225 Spins
9.41%
45 Spins
3.41%
85 Spins
7.06%
250 Spins
7.06%
50 Spins
2.93%
90 Spins
7.06%
275 Spins
7.06%
100 Spins
2.44%
95 Spins
7.06%
300 Spins
7.06%
100 Spins
7.06%
325 Spins
7.06%
150 Spins
4.71%
350 Spins
4.71%
200 Spins
3.53%
425 Spins
3.53%
250 Spins
3.53%
500 Spins
3.53%
400 Spins
2.35%
750 Spins
2.35%
500 Spins
1.18%
1000 Spins
1.18%
The Bonus Spin probabilities for Mystery, Valentine’s, Small Lucky, Big Lucky, Small Easter, and Big Easter Chests are dependent on your current Village Level. Pet XP also works the same way; the higher your Village Level, the more potential Pet XP you can receive from a Chest.
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The Joker Card

The Joker Card is an ultra rare card that you can earn by participating in Coin Master events or by unlocking Mystery Chests. The Joker Card has the ability to transform into any card you want, even Gold Cards. Note that Joker Cards have a time limit, so be sure to use them before they expire!

Pets

coin master pets
Pets are adorable animals that accompany you on Raids and Attacks. These loyal little critters also offer cool bonuses that help boost you on your journey to become Coin Master. Pets are hatched by accessing the Pet screen via the game’s menu or by tapping the Egg beneath the Slots Machine.
One activated, your Pet will give you their bonus for the next four hours. Once those four hours are up, your pet will fall asleep and you won’t be able to enjoy their effects for a substantial period of time.
You can speed up their recovery period by feeding your pet with Treats. You can spend real money to immediately get Food or take a Spin on the Slots Machine for a chance to get Treats. Treats are given alongside the typical reward you earn from your Spin result.
The effects granted by Pets can be increased by giving them XP Potions that level them up. Like Treats, XP Potions have a chance of dropping with every Spin on the Slots Machine.

Tiger

Tiger boosts the amount of Coin you earn after Attacking another player. As you level Tiger up, the Coin boost increases.

Rhino

Rhino is unlocked by completing the Creatures Card Collection. When active, Rhino has a chance of blocking enemy Attacks, much like a Shield does. Leveling up Rhino with XP Potions increases the odds that Rhino will successfully fend off an enemy Attack. At his base level, Rhino has a 10% chance of preventing an enemy attack.

Foxy

Foxy is the very first Pet you unlock when playing Coin Master, but is also the most valuable later on in the game. Foxy gives you an extra shovel in Raids meaning you have one more chance to find Coin or dig up a Chest. Foxy unlocks at Village level 4.
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Tips & Tricks

Don’t Hoard Your Coins!

You are always susceptible to a potential Raid taking out a large portion of your held Coins. This is why you should always spend Coins whenever you’re able to afford a purchase. This is especially important if you’re out of Shields or you haven’t unlocked the Rhino Pet yet!
Having a large store of Coins in your pocket also makes you a prime target for Big Raids. A Big Raid is a maximum bet Raid that, if successful, can end with the Raider walking away with millions of your Coins!

Big Raids

If you’ve got a ton of Spins at your disposal, it can be tempting to want to raise your Bet amount and enjoy the multiplied Spin bonus. This is a perfectly viable way of accelerating your Coin earnings. However, it’s best to save your Spins for Raiding very rich players.
Above the Slots Machine you can see the Coin Master you’ve been assigned as well as their current Coin stores. Save your Bets for Coin Masters with tons of Coins. Since the amount of Coin you earn from a Raid is proportional to the amount of Coin the player has on them, by using only Maximum Bets on very rich Coin Masters, you have the chance of earning a lot of many in a very short time.
If you’re going for Big Raids, you should always have Foxy equipped as your active Pet. Foxy gives you another shovel to dig with on Raids so you have an added chance of getting tons of Coins.
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Buy Chests in Every Village

Individual cards don’t offer any bonuses but completing a Card Collection does. You should always purchase as many Chests as you can afford when entering a new Village. Lower level Cards become more difficult to obtain as you go up in Village levels, so the early stages are the best places to get the low level Cards you need to complete a Collection. There’s no worse feeling than having to spend a Joker just to replace the missing common Card that you could have gotten way back when you first started playing!

Don’t Waste Your Pet’s Bonuses

The boosting effect of your Pet is only available for four hours after you’ve activated it. If you can’t play for four hours, you should save activating your Pet until you have a four hour window you can dedicate to Coin Master.
This even applies to the defensive Rhino; when your base is under siege, he won’t actually defend attacks unless you specifically send him out to do so.





















Frequently asked questions

How do you get free spins on Coin Master?

By visiting our page! Every day we post new links for free spins as soon as they are available.

How many levels are in Coin Master?

Right now there are 252 villages (levels) that you can play.

What do the stars mean in Coin Master?

Stars show your rank and of other players. You can get more stars by building your village and collecting cards.

What are cards for in Coin Master?

You collect cards to complete a collection which consists of 9 cards with the same theme. Every time you finish a collection you get spins and gifts

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