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The following is our 2018 All Slots Casino review.
One unique thing about them – at least in this industry – is that they’ve been in business since 2000. And, while they’ve made a few mistakes – even a few blacklists – at the end of the day they’re still a widely recommended casino.
But are they the right fit for you? That’s the main question we aim to answer with our review below.
Keep reading to discover what we like and don’t like about them, as well as whether we recommend them to our readers in 2018.
All Slots Casino started in 2000. They’re one of several casinos under the Jackpot Factory Group of online casinos. Other casinos under that group include Wild Jack and All Jackpots Casino.
They’re licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and accredited with the eCOGRA Seal of Approval.
That depends on where you look. Here’s what I see when I look around the web:
The blacklisting is clearly the scary part. But, they’re the only ones to blacklist them (of the sites I use for reference). And if shaving affiliate commissions was a BIG deal, then I think all the other affiliates would blacklist them, too.
Since that’s not the case, between the bump in status from ThePogg.com and the accreditation from Casinomeister.com – and no other clear issues that I could find – I would say that All Slots’ reputation is average …maybe a little above average.
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Keep in mind there’s a 48-hour processing window.
$/£/€5000 per week if your cumulative lifetime withdrawals total 5x or more than your deposits made at all casinos in the jackpot Factory Group.
They have an ‘exclusive welcome package.’ This package includes 100 free spins and $1,600 in bonuses. Here’s what that looks like:
As you can see this done over your first 4 deposits.
What I like about this offer is the slow increase up front ($250) and the jump from $250 to $500, which shouldn’t be too big a deal for most people.
I also like how each of the free spins is for a different slot machine. It sucks you don’t get to choose what you play, but at least you don’t have to play the same machine each time. Playing the same machine over and over is the worst if you don’t like it, or if you’re just not winning anything on it.
As far as the playthrough is concerned …well, what playthrough? I couldn’t find any information about it other than there IS one, and that it’ll depend on the game you play.
I later found the playthrough – or, at least I think I did. It’s a 30x rollover on the deposit and bonus, then 25x the deposit and bonus for the remaining deposits.
I also found out – and do not like – that they want you to make the 2nd, 3rd and 4th deposits within 7 days of your first deposit (which is the only way to qualify for each of the 4 bonuses). This, to me, defeats the purpose of having a multiple-deposit bonus – so you can take full advantage of each one.
So, the only people who will be able to fully claim this offer are those who could likely make the full $3,000+ in deposits needed in one deposit.
It doesn’t look like it – at least not in terms of any evergreen reload bonuses, free spins or cash.
They do have some limited time promotions, which they cover briefly on their promotions page, but it looks like you need to be a customer/account holder to even get all the details.
They have a ‘Loyalty Rewards’ program. Everyone who makes a deposit and plays for real money will automatically become a member.
How it works is pretty straightforward – every bet you make will earn points according to the following chart:
|Game Type||Bet Size||Point Allocation|
|Slot Games and Unique Games||1 credit||1 point|
|Table Games (not mentioned below)||5 credit||1 point|
|Sic Bo and All Roulette||10 credit||1 point|
|Video Poker Games, Craps, Baccarat and All the Blackjack Games Except Classic Blackjack||20 credit||1 point|
|Classic Blackjack & All Aces Video Poker||100 credit||1 point|
You’ll receive 2,500 points immediately after you make your first deposit. You’ll be able to exchange your points for cashback every 5,000 points (min) you accumulate. The exchange rate is $1 for every 1,000 points.
But cashback isn’t the only thing you’ll earn. You’ll also be eligible for other perks the more points you earn, and the higher up their VIP ladder you climb.
Here’s a chart showing all the tiers of their VIP program, and the perks for each one:
|Level Status||Free Points||Maintenance Requirements||Redeem Rewards||Eligibility for Weekly Promotions||Birthday Bonus Points||Accelerated Earnings||Monthly Loyal Bonus|
|Silver||2,500||Register a Real Money account at and make a deposit||Yes||Yes|
|Gold||Earn at least 10,000 Rewards points in a calendar month||Yes||Yes||25,000||5% faster than Silver level. Earn 100 points and get another 5 for free||10,000|
|Platinum||Earn at least 25,000 Rewards points in a calendar month||Yes||Yes||50,000||10% faster than Silver level. Earn 100 points and get another 10 for free||30,000|
|Diamond||Earn at least 75,000 Rewards points in a calendar month||Yes||Yes||100,000||15% faster than Silver level. Earn 100 points and get another 15 for free||50,000|
One thing I don’t care for is how you need to maintain the same number of points it took to acquire the level in the first place. Many VIP programs cut you a small break here – you can keep your current status while earning 5-20% of the points it took to achieve it.
I also don’t like how your points expire after 60 days if they’re not redeemed. So, if you collect 1,000 or 2,000 points, it might – might – make sense to earn a few thousand more points so the points you’ve accumulated thus far don’t go to waste.
One thing I do like are the accelerated earnings that comes from reaching the Gold (or higher) levels.
Overall, this looks like a decent VIP program.
They work with the following software companies:
This gives you access to 650+ casino games – including slots, blackjack, table games, video poker, scratch cards and live dealer games – which leaves very little to be desired.
All Slots Casino has both a download and instant play casino. As is the case with most online casinos, I’d expect the download to have a few more titles than the instant play. But since I prefer no download casinos over a download (less baggage / commitment), I’d check that out FIRST before downloading their casino.
Their site is mobile compatible, too. I checked it out on my iPhone 6, and everything looked okay. Since my phone worked, I imagine newer gen Androids will work, too. And since no app is needed, I wouldn’t hesitate to also try newer Blackberry and Windows devices – just in case.
We used their instant play (browser) casino during our review. Their games are organized into the following categories:
My one complaint after looking at this is that while they have sub-categories for some of their game sections, like blackjack (under Tables), they don’t separate the live dealer games. Most casinos do, and I think it’s probably to draw attention there, but ALSO to make them much easier to find.
It’s a small, yet – I think – valid complaint.
Anyway, let’s look at some of the games you can play in each of the main categories. We’ll include any comments we have, too.
Here are some of the slots that stood out to me.
This barely scratches the surface as to the quantity of slot machines you can play.
What caught my eye immediately was the Jurassic World slot. This is the first time I’ve seen that before. I’ve played the Jurassic Park slot several times in Las Vegas, and both the wife and I enjoyed the bonus rounds. Being a fan of Jurassic World, I’d expect that to be a lot of fun to play too.
Then you have the progressive slots, which Microgaming is well-known for. Their most popular machine is Mega Moolah, which has paid out TONS of money – tens of millions – over the past decade. Right now, the Mega Moolah machines are sitting at right around $1.23 million – and climbing.
There are more than 15 progressive games to choose from, though – most of which are slots. Prize pools start at right around $6,000 and there are several in the high 6 and low 7-figure range.
You can filter this section down to:
Some examples of games you can play include:
This list, too, hardly scratches the surface. There’s almost twice this number of games total.
That said, there are LOTS of duplicates. Many of their titles are simply the same game, yet higher table stakes or from a different software provider. But that gives you options in terms of how much you play for, the rules you follow and the software you prefer.
This is a solid selection of video poker games. The list above covers most of the unique titles. Then on top of that you’ll also have multi-hand variants of several of these machines.
I’m usually not a scratch card fan, but with titles like Card Climber, Golden Ghouls and Halloweenies, even I’d give them a shot.
I think they cover a lot of ground overall. It doesn’t matter if you’re into movie or TV show themed slot machines, live blackjack, ghost scratch cards or plain ol’ Keno – unless you’re looking for a specific game – chances are you’ll find something to play here.
So, what do we think? Is All Slots Casino worth your time in 2018?
Well, there are a couple of things I’m not a fan of.
As far as positives…
Between those two things – their games and reputation – which are the only reasons why you should join a casino in the first place – and I think I’m willing to ignore the lack of offers and recommend them to our readers. They’re still a good (and relevant) choice for online gamblers in 2018.
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