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Chances are you’re here because you want to know a few things about Slots Gold Casino. Like, what games do they have; what promotions can I claim; and what payment methods can I use?
Well, good news – we cover all that, and more, in our review below.
We even give you our opinion as to whether or not Slots Gold is worth your time and money in 2018 …or if it makes more sense to check out a different casino.
Continue reading to find out where we stand.
Slots Gold offers a pretty decent welcome bonus – especially if you’re on a smaller budget.
What they’re offering new customers is a 100% match bonus up to $200. On top of that you’ll receive 20 free spins you can use on slot machines such as:
They make the deal a little sweeter by allowing you to claim this bonus on your 2nd and 3rd deposit, too!
There are a few neat promotions here. Let’s go over each one.
Not only that, but the first person to accumulate 75 trophies will receive $1,500 cash.
The following are the terms that apply to most of their offers. However, it’s a good idea to read their terms before you claim an offer (even if just to double check that nothing’s changed).
The playthrough req. is definitely on the higher end of bonus playthroughs. You really have to want a bonus to agree to wagering $6,500 – on slot machines – for every $50 in free money the casino gives you.
These will apply to most of their offers. But you can double check the terms for any offer in their terms and conditions.
Slots Gold has a VIP program. There are a couple of things they do differently than other loyalty programs.
For one thing, all points are called Kudos. And instead of receiving points for every dollar or ten spent in their casino, they give you a Kudos for every $1 you deposit.
The Kudos you accumulate will determine your status, which will thus determine the perks you’re eligible for. Here’s a chart that shows you how this all works:
|Level||Weekly Cashback||Free Spins||Birthday Bonus||Kudos Req|
|Newbie||No||0||Yes||Up to 100 Kudos|
|Expert||1%||5||Yes||101 – 1,000|
|Pro||3%||10||Yes||1,001 – 2,500|
|VIP||5%||25||Yes||2501 – 5,000|
What’s interesting about this program is that you can buy your way to the top status. All you got to do is deposit $5,001+ and you’ll be a Legend. But once you buy your way in, you’ll need to spend so much money in their casino each month in order to maintain your status.
Here’s what that looks like:
So, you buy your way to Legend status with $5,001, yet you need to wager $20,000 per month in order to keep it.
This sort of feels bait and switch-y to me.
But let’s pretend for a second there’s no malicious intent to this – and there’s a good chance there’s not. This program might almost be worthwhile then …IF the perks were better …or if there were more of them.
The only perk on this chart worth talking about is the 10% cashback. The free spins are nothing to get excited about, I think, and your birthday (bonus) only comes once per year.
With that in mind, I think this program could go from ‘meh’ to ‘yay’ by simply adding a deposit bonus or three, higher cash out limits (because the default sucks, as you’ll soon see), expedited cash outs, points to cash back, or all of the above.
They’re a newer casino, so fingers crossed they’ve already beaten us to the punch and have this on their to-do list.
Slots Gold works with several software providers.
There are more than 200 casino games, though the majority of them are slot machines. But there are a few table, video poker and misc. games mixed in.
We’ll look at a few examples of what you can play in just a second.
Slots Gold offers an instant play browser casino. There’s no download – you access their casino and play all their games from your browser. So, as long as you can use Google Chrome, Fire Fox, Safari or Internet Explorer, you should be good to go.
Their casino is mobile-friendly, too. Apple and Android phones and tablets will be no problem, while Blackberry and Windows devices may be hit or miss.
Let’s start with their slots selection since that’s the big draw here.
The coolest thing, to me, about the software companies they work with are the licensed slot machines you can play. Those are the slots with themes revolving around pop culture, movies, TV shows, celebrities and so on.
A few examples include:
But there are plenty of generic slot machines, too, if licensed slots aren’t your thing.
They also have a weekly leaderboard contest. It’s called Spin-A-Thon, and it has a $1,000 prize pool they divvy out to the top 25 points finishers.
You earn points based on the amount you spend every spin. Here’s what that looks like:
The more you spend, the more points you’ll receive and the faster you’ll accrue them. And the more points you have at the end of the week, the greater your chances of collecting a piece of that $1,000.
That wraps up their slots section. Now let’s look at the other games you can play here.
In past reviews (of Slots Gold’s sister brands), I’ve knocked them for having so few table and video poker games. Especially when you consider the software companies they work with.
But that might be a bit harsh.
If Slots Gold – or any other casino on the network – chooses to focus on slots players, then it doesn’t make much sense for them to have dozens of video poker games, or 5 blackjack variants.
The fact that they have any at all is a bonus.
I guess it depends on what you want to play. If you’re a slots player, but like to get a little crazy once a week with a few hands of casino hold’em or jacks or better, then you’ll be just fine here.
However, if you want to play baccarat – which, surprisingly, isn’t an option – European blackjack, multi-ball roulette, or whatever else tickles your fancy, then you’ll want to find a different casino.
Before I get to their payment options and limits, I first want to point out that they don’t have your standard banking page like most other casinos do.
All their banking information is tucked away in their terms and conditions. So, if you need to double check something, that’s where you need to go.
Anyway, here are the payment options Slots Gold accepts:
Their deposit limits are:
Pretty standard stuff. I like that they accept PayPal. But, as I’ve mentioned in other reviews, I’m sort of surprised they don’t accept Skrill or Neteller.
You can use the same option to cash out as you did to make your payment. The exception is Pay By Mobile, which is not available for cashing out.
Their cash out limits are:
Everything looks pretty good until you get to their monthly cash out limit. $5,000 is small compared to other international casinos. More than that, I’ve found nothing that excludes progressive winners from these limits in their terms and conditions.
You can contact them using:
They’re available Monday thru Friday from 9:30 to 6pm. That applies to the live chat and WhatsApp options.
One option they don’t have, that some of their sister brands do, is the option to contact them through Facebook Messenger.
Slots Gold is owned and operated by Jumpman Gaming Limited. They own a network of casinos that includes Lucky Admiral, Big Rock Slots, Easy Slots, Slots Game Club, All Star Games, and several bingo properties.
Slots Gold is one of many of their casinos that launched in 2017.
They are licensed by the UK Gambling Commission (‘UKGC’) and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (‘AGCC’). You can see their license information on their website.
They’re a brand-new casino, so they don’t have a reputation.
That goes for most of their sister brands, too. Most have launched within the past 6-12 months, and haven’t been around long enough or have gained enough traction to accrue compliments or complaints.
That goes for other casino reviews, too. They’re so new that only a few reviews exist TOTAL for all the casinos on the Jumpman Gaming network.
As I’ve said for their other casinos – based on what information I have, I’d say Slots Gold’s reputation is average. We’ll update this review if/when that changes.
Anyone NOT from one of the following countries can create an account at Slots Gold:
I think they’re okay.
I’m not a fan of their 65x playthrough. That’s definitely on the high side, and it certainly dampers any excitement I have about clearing even the smallest of deposit bonuses.
Which, unfortunately, is one of the neat things about them – the 100% match up to $200 welcome bonus. The fact that you can claim with each of your first 3 deposits, and that you get 20 free spins with each one, just makes this a neat little offer …if the playthrough was a little lower.
Their monthly max cash out limit is too low, too. It’s even worse if you win a progressive. Could you imagine trying to cash out a $100,000 – or WORSE – a $1 million jackpot, in $5,000 (monthly) increments?!
The bottom line – they got a little work to do before they’re on the same level as a casino like Bet365, Bodog, Will Hill, 888, etc. These casinos usually have better offers and offer terms, and most will have more games to choose from – including slots.
Once you’ve done that, then I see no reason not to check these guys out.
For now, anyway.