Slots Plus Casino Review for 2024

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Slots Plus got their start online in 2002. This year marks their 15th year anniversary. Which makes them an OG as far as online gambling is concerned.

But does that mean they’re any good? Are they worth your time, trust and hard-earned money?

We’ll be answering that question later on in our review.

For now, let’s start with the basics.

What Banking Options Can You Use?

The deposit options Slots Plus accepts include:

Method Minimum Deposit Maximum Deposit
Visa / MasterCard $25 $500
MST Gift Cards $20 $500
Neteller $10 $2,500
Money Order $50 $1,000

The biggest thing that sticks out to me here are the low max limits. $500 is tiny compared to other online casinos who typically allow you to deposit a couple thousand bucks, and often times more than that.

You can cash out your winnings from Slots Plus using:

Method Minimum Cashout Maximum Cashout
Check by Mail $100 $399
Check by Courier $400 $2,500
ACH Direct Deposit $100 $1,250
Money Order $100 $2,500
Neteller $10 $5,000

Pretty standard stuff, as far as methods and limits are concerned.

What gets me is that they tell you to expect cash outs to take up to 2 weeks to process.

That’s absolutely ridiculous.

Assuming it does take 2 weeks, that means you’ll wait anywhere from 3-4 weeks just to get your payment (depending on which method you use).

The good news is I didn’t find any forum posts or reviews that said their cash outs have taken longer. And on top of that, they don’t charge any fees, which makes them one of the few remaining US casinos we know of that doesn’t.

So, it’s sort of a tradeoff – do you pay $25-$50 to get your check fast – with no guarantee it’ll be any faster than Slots Plus – or do you save the money and just wait it out?

My thoughts – I don’t mind so long as the shipping times are on point. Which means I’d wait no longer than 4 weeks in a worse-case scenario. That’s just me, though – you’ll have to decide what works best for you.

Note – Slots Plus’s terms say that if you don’t roll over your deposit at least 5x before requesting a cash out, that they will charge you fees based on your deposit and the deposit option you used.

One confusing thing, though – they say you can cash out up to $2,000 per week – with the possibility of more the higher your VIP Class Level – but that means you cannot max out some of the banking options. It seems to me like they’d lower the cash out limits to coincide with their weekly limits.

Maybe that’s just me, though.

Anyway, if you run into any problems – banking or otherwise – you can reach out to Slots Plus using the following methods:

Now let’s take a look at their promotions.

Thousands of Dollars in Promotions

Slots Plus has a lot of promotions running right now. Here are the details behind their core offers.

200% Double Match Bonus – Get a 200% match bonus up to $7,000. This has a 40x rollover on both your deposit and bonus before you can cash out – which is ridiculously high. Valid games for this bonus are ONLY slots, video slots, keno and scratch cards.

150% Second Deposit Bonus – They say that if you deposit $20 to $100,000 you’ll get $150 free. And that this bonus is cashable and there’s no cap on how much you can win.

This is sort of confusing because 150% match is not the same as $150 free.

Note – We found the max – $3,000 – in their terms and conditions. It would’ve been nice if they’d posted that next to the offer’s description, like their welcome bonus above.

You can play a wider range of games on this bonus compared to the 200% match offer. That includes video poker and blackjack, though the rollover can be as high as 90x depending on your VIP status. Not only that, but you still cannot play most table games – which includes craps, pontoon, Caribbean holdem, tri-card poker and roulette.

Tip – If you want to skip the bonus all you have to do is email support and they’ll remove it from your account.

400% Bonus – This is a 400% match bonus up to $10,000. You can play slots, scratch cards and keno. This has a standard 50x playthrough, but there’s no max cash out, which is cool to see.

$20 Free + 20 Free Spins – This is good for all slot machines.

Comp Points – You’ll get 1 point for every $8 to $15 spent (depending on the game and your player class). Then Slots Plus will convert your points into cash at the rate of $1 for every 100 points you accumulate. This conversion rate is average compared to other casinos. However, keep in mind you’ll need to roll your cash back over 12-18x. Once again, it depends on your VIP level.

That wraps up their core offers.

Then Slots Plus offers a large list of “members only” bonuses. The information for each one is only available from within your player account. But here’s the list of offers to give you a general idea of what you can expect:

  • Free trial
  • Refer-a-friend
  • Wild Wednesday – 300% bonus
  • Matchup Monday – 200% bonus you can use up to 10 times
  • Thank god its Saturday
  • Birthday bonus
  • Anniversary bonus
  • Super Sunday
  • Cash back Monday – get a $500 bonus
  • Slots plus loyalty program
  • Monthly bonus
  • Tournaments
  • Thirsty Thursday – free spins + 200% bonus
  • Mad Tuesdays and freak Friday – 250% bonus
  • Season bonus

They cover the important details (limits and rollover) on their general rules and regulations page.

Overall Thoughts on the Bonuses

It’s nice to see so many offers. You can’t complain about that.

But what I don’t like is how vague the information they give you is. Or, that you have to dig through their terms and conditions to find the basics, such as bonus limits or wager requirements.

Granted, their bonus terms and conditions page is FAR easier to read than other casinos. But that’s not the point. It’s pretty standard to include this information along with the offer description.

My only other complaint, or, rather a concern, is about their bonus sizing. Bonuses that are as big as $7,000 or $10,000 sound cool and exciting, but when you consider that you have to roll them over 40-50x on both the deposit AND bonus, it’s much less so. That’s a lot of money – tens, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Most people simply aren’t going to accomplish that. But they’ll get stuck with one of these bonuses, and then may never be able to cash out any winnings. That leads to that person having a bad experience, which is no good for anyone.

The other problem I have with large bonuses is the trust factor. Most legit casinos have much smaller bonuses – often less than $1,000. Look at or Rizk Casino. Both of them offer less than $500. Heck, even Bovada’s $3,000 bonus pales in comparison to Slots Plus.

But those are just my opinions. And, you can claim a smaller portion of the bonus, or waive it altogether if you prefer. Just make sure you shoot them an email before you make a deposit.

Play More Than 100 Casino Games

I have mixed feelings about Slots Plus’s games.

On one hand, they use Real Time Gaming software. This means they have a diverse selection of more than 100 casino slots, table and video poker games.

On the other hand, Real Time Gaming software – not to mention only working with one software company – is so 2005. It’s outdated, and seemingly out of touch with what others in the industry are doing.

(Which, if you look at Slots Plus’s website, that’s a very real possibility.)

But many people also don’t care for RTG because they’re too relaxed with who they lease their software to. They also don’t publish their payout percentages, which is another common complaint.

I’ll give you my thoughts on their games in just a second. For now, let’s cover all the games you can play here.


  • Aztecs Millions
  • Aztecs Treasure
  • BigShot
  • Caesar’s Empire
  • Cleopatras Gold
  • Coat of Arms
  • Crazy Vegas
  • Crystal Waters
  • Derby Dollars
  • Diamond Dozen
  • Enchanted Garden
  • Fame & Fortune
  • Field of Greeen
  • Food Fight
  • Fruit Bowl XXV
  • Goldbeard
  • Golden Glove
  • Golden Lotus
  • Golden Retriever
  • Goblin’s Treasure
  • Green Light
  • Happy Golden Ox of Happiness
  • Haunted Opera
  • Hidden Riches
  • Hockey Hero
  • Honey to the Bee
  • Incan Goddess
  • Its a mystery
  • Jackpot Cleopatras Gold
  • Jackpot Pinatas
  • Aztecs Treasure
  • Hillbillies
  • King of Swing
  • Lions Lair
  • London Inspector
  • Loose Caboose
  • Lucky Last
  • Lucky Tiger
  • Mayan Queen
  • Medal Tally
  • Mermaid Queen
  • Mice Dice
  • Mid Life Crisis
  • Mister Money
  • Monster Mayhem
  • Mystic Dragon
  • Naughty or Nice
  • Ocean Dreams
  • Outta this World
  • Paradise Dreams
  • Paris Beauty
  • Pay Dirt
  • Penguin Power
  • Bunko Bonanza
  • Prince of Sherwood
  • Rain Dance
  • Realm of Riches Red Sands
  • Return of the Rudolph
  • Robertas Castle
  • Ronin
  • Rudolphs Revenge
  • Santa Strikes Back
  • Sea Captain
  • Shopping Spree
  • Shopping Spree II
  • Sunken Treasure
  • T-Rex
  • Tally Ho
  • Texan Tycoon
  • Three Stooges
  • Tiger Treasures
  • Treasure Chamber
  • Triple Toucan
  • Triple Twister
  • Tritons Treasure
  • Victory
  • Viking’s Voyage
  • Warlocks Spell
  • White Rhino
  • Wok And Roll
  • Wooden Boy
  • Glitz & Glamour
  • Basketbull
  • Count Spectacular
  • Boy King’s Treasure
  • Year of Fortune
  • Coyote Cash
  • Builder Beaver
  • The Three Stooges II
  • Bulls & Bears
  • Loch Ness Loot
  • Dream Run
  • Hairway to Heaven
  • Hillbilies
  • Mermaid Queen
  • Ninja Star
  • Polar Explorer
  • The Elf Wars
  • Vulcan
  • Bubble Bubble
  • Cash Bandits
  • Cherry Red
  • The Naughty List
  • Cool Cat
  • Double Ya Luck
  • Eternal Love
  • Megasaur
  • Ghost Ship
  • God of Wealth
  • Hen House
  • High Fashion
  • Lucha Libre
  • Lucky 6
  • Lucky 8
  • Naughty or Nice Spring Break
  • The Nice List
  • Ocean Oddities
  • Orc vs Elf
  • Rushmore Riches
  • Santastic!
  • Sevens & Stripes
  • Shark School
  • SilverSands
  • Slots Jungle
  • Spirit of the Inca
  • Treasure Tree
  • Vodoo Magic
  • Wild Wizards
  • Zhanshi
  • Super 6
  • Big Bopper
  • Enchanted Garden II
  • Samba Sunset
  • Panda Magic

Not too much to say here. This is your standard list of slots. They cover all the casino-themed basics, such as Cherry Red, Cash Bandits and Sevens and Stripes.

However, there are a few interesting titles that play off of pop culture. For example, Vulcan, Orc vs Elf and The Elf Wars. Oh, and the Three Stooges. These are slot machines I’d play (first).

Anyway, there are plenty of slots to choose from. If you don’t need anything terribly fancy – if you’re good playing your standard 5-reel video slot title, then there’s plenty for you here.

Specialty Games

  • Bonus Bingo
  • Keno
  • Roaring Twenties Bingo

Pretty standard. I’ve got nothing to add here.

Table Games

  • Perfect Pairs
  • Blackjack
  • Caribbean Draw Poker
  • Caribbean Holdem
  • Caribbean Stud Poker
  • European Blackjack
  • Face Up 21
  • Let Em Ride
  • Pai Gow
  • Pontoon
  • Red Dog
  • Super 21
  • Texas Holdem Bonus
  • Tri Card Poker
  • War
  • Craps
  • Roulette
  • European Roulette

This is a good selection of table games. There’s a little something for everyone here. It looks like their limits range from $1 to $250, and sometimes as much as $1,000 (depending on the game).

Video Poker

  • 7-Stud Poker
  • Aces And Eights
  • All American Poker
  • Bonus Deuces Wild
  • Bonus Poker
  • Deuces Wild
  • Double Bonus Poker
  • Double Double Bonus Poker
  • Double Double Jackpot Poker
  • Double Jackpot Poker
  • European Slot Poker
  • Jacks Or Better
  • Joker Poker
  • Loose Deuces
  • Mystery 4 Of A Kind
  • Pick Em Poker
  • Seven Wild

Same thing here – this is a rather large and diverse selection of video poker games. That’s nothing to complain about.

And …that wraps up their game section.

As I said, it’s nothing terribly exciting. If you’ve been around for awhile, chances are you’re familiar with these games. But if not, there’s plenty for you to play.

One thing I didn’t care for is the spelling and grammar errors in their game listings. That might seem like I’m splitting hairs, but that attention to detail – or lack thereof – can often spill over in other areas of their business.

Let’s see, what else …well, they have both an instant play casino, or if you prefer – and you’re on a PC – you can download their software.

They have a mobile-compatible website, too. I checked it out on a newer iPhone and counted nearly 70 games. It’s a far cry from all the games available on their site, or in their download, but considering a couple years ago they only had around 15-20 mobile games, it’s a massive improvement.


I don’t have too much to say about them, one way or the other.

They seem like an average casino to me. And the average ratings they have across the web supports my thinking.

They have a few complaints, but that’s pretty standard considering they’ve been in business for 15 years. You’re bound to upset a few people when you’ve been in business that long.

Outside of that, though, it seems as if they’re a reputable company with solid customer support.

(As reputable as a casino based in Costa Rica can be, anyways.)

And while I’m over Real Time Gaming’s software, there are lots of people who have yet to play them who’ll enjoy having a diverse selection of 100+ casino games to choose from. While clearing Slots Plus’s thousands of dollars worth in bonuses, no less.

Anyway, all this said, my preference – and, ultimately my recommendation – would be to join Bovada, Ignition Casino or before ever stepping foot here. I suggest you do the same.

But, if you already have accounts at all those casinos, or for whatever reason you disagree with me, feel free to check out Slots Plus. There’s no good reason I can think of not to.

Jim Beviglia
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Jim Beviglia has been a gambling writer at since 2018. During that time, he’s written just about every type of article related to gambling, including reviews of betting sites, guides to popular casino games, betting tips on both casino and sports betting, sports and casino blog posts, and game picks. In addition to online gambling, one of Jim’s other major interests is music. He has been doing freelance work for various music sites and magazines for two decades. Among his outlets past and present are American Songwriter, VinylMePlease, Treble, and The Bluegrass Situation. Jim has also written five books on music that were published by Rowman & Littlefield.