I don't like to complain about any no deposit offer but I have to say that ten free spins on NetEnt's terrible Starburst game has to be about the worst offer any casino could give. Of course Royal Panda are not the only casino to insist on giving free spins at minimum bet on this game - it's very common now, but a £1 bonus with a 35x wagering requirement attached (and in this case, that wagering requirement can only be cleared using deposited funds too) is pretty much worthless to any serious player.
That being said I actually had a little fun with it, against all the odds! Starburst rather predictably paid out just £1.35 from the ten free spins, which despite being pathetically low still represents a win above its stated RTP. After checking that Dead or Alive was permitted for bonus play in the promotional terms and conditions I took that win over to that game to see if I might be able to hit a bonus round and build my balance up to something worth going to the trouble of converting to cash.
Note that whilst Dead or Alive is permitted for bonus play, it has a lower maximum bet restriction than other games at the casino - the normal rule is £5.00 per spin but this is reduced to just £1.00 when playing a small number of games that includes Bloodsuckers and 300 Shields as well as Dead or Alive. These games seem to have been selected because they have either very high win potential or extremely high RTP and it is not uncommon to find them restricted from bonus play altogether therefore I believe this rule to be fair.
I did manage to hit a feature in DoA but after that initial bump up to £8 or so my balance hovered around the £5 mark for the remainder of the session - not exactly a roaring success but plenty of playtime from 10 free bonus spins and the experience got me familiar with the casino, so after busting out I went straight to check out the welcome bonus - a good start for Royal Panda overall, but still a pretty poor bonus.