I know what you’re thinking, Amazon is doing everything these days. They did books, music, pharmaceuticals, world domination, and now an online casino (not necessarily in that order). But the Amazon in question here is the rainforest type and not the e-commerce powerhouse; it’s the place where all that paper lives before it’s turned into erotic novels and self-help books.
A few weeks ago, I would have said it was an odd choice of theme for an iGaming website, but then I reviewed a bingo room based on a pair of lucky pants and everything else has looked relatively normal by comparison.
Amazon Slots is part of the Jumpman Slots Network and operates under license from the UK Gambling Commission and Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
The layout of the site reminds me a lot of Dino Bingo, but it’s a little more colourful and doesn’t look like it was developed when T-Rex still roamed the earth.
Amazon Slots has a Mega Reel promotion that offers up to 500 Bonus Spins on NetEnt’s Starburst—the go-to slot for many Free Spins promotions. Spins can also be won on other classics like Fluffy Favourites.
Just deposit a minimum of £10, spin the reel, and see where it lands. In addition to the 500 Bonus Spins, there are smaller batches of Bonus Spins, an Amazon voucher, and more.
The Amazon voucher, just like the Starburst spins, is a regular feature on these Mega Wheels, but this is probably the only time it actually makes sense.
Any credits you collect as part of this bonus are subject to a 65x wagering requirement and there is a maximum payout of £8 for every 10 Bonus Spins.
If you log in on your birthday, Amazon Slots will give you a shot at the Mega Wheel and a chance to win upwards of 5 Bonus Spins. Drop by between 3 PM to 7 PM every Wednesday to win with Happy Hour; claim the biggest single spin win of the month for a £50 Just Eat voucher.
These are just a few of the additional promotions offered to fully funded and loyal players at Amazon Slots. Excluding the aforementioned Welcome Bonus, there were 11 offers at the time of this review—plenty of spins and bonus credits to go around.
And that’s before you consider trophies, which can be unlocked by completing tasks such as playing certain games, logging in, and making wagers. As you complete these challenges and collect the trophies, you’ll unlock a variety of prizes and can see your progress in the Trophies section.
Slots and Software
Many sites have taken to asking for odd and seemingly unnecessary details (such as your occupation) along with reams of verification documents before you even see the games room or deposit screen.
Amazon Slots doesn’t do this. You’ll be asked some basic details, shown the latest Welcome Bonus, and then given access to the site. I imagine that the verification checks and other annoyances will come later, but it means you don’t have to worry about that stuff until it’s absolutely necessary.
Once you have access to the site, you’ll see a wide selection of slots and a scattering of table games. These titles are provided by the likes of Microgaming, Playtech, and Big Time Gaming. It has one of my personal favourites, a locked-Wild game known as Wild Gambler, and it also hosts a selection of jackpot games.
The bingo selection is sound as well. It’s a Jumpman Gaming site, so you’re already guaranteed a good range of bingo rooms, including The Jackpot Room with 4-figure jackpots.
Amazon Slots even has a Live Casino, and if I sound surprised, it’s because I am. It’s not clearly marked and is tucked away amongst many standard table games. I wouldn’t have seen it at all if not for the Live Casino bonus displayed prominently on the Promotions page.
It’s not huge, but there are a few interesting Pragmatic Play Live games (Live Roulette, Live Blackjack, Live Speed Roulette) to keep you busy between bingo events and slot sessions.
Depositing and Withdrawing
A few recently released casinos and bingo sites are pretty confusing and contradictory when it comes to payment options. During my Heart Bingo review, I noted that the site claims to offer PayPal and a variety of other methods, only to limit you to debit cards when you actually sign up.
The T&Cs say one thing, the customer support staff and cashier say another, and Heart Bingo isn’t alone in this contradiction.
Thankfully, Amazon Slots doesn’t have the same issue. You’re free to use debit cards, PayPal, Paysafecard, and Pay by Mobile, and this is true whether you’re making your first deposit or your hundredth.
The minimum is £10 and while the Terms and Conditions state that deposit limits are applied, they don’t detail the exact amounts. However, it does state that these limits are applied for player safety reasons and encourages you to contact [email protected] if you want these lifted or increased.
You’ll be asked to submit bank statements and/or payslips to prove that you can afford these increases and can then discuss things further with one of their experts.
One of the few issues I have with Amazon Slots concerns the speed of the withdrawals. These take 72 hours to process, and if you’re using debit cards, you’ll need to wait another 3, 4, or even 5 days. It could take up to 10 days to get your winnings, which just isn’t acceptable in this day and age.
Amazon Slots Review Summary
Amazon Slots is a “prime” example of why Jumpman Gaming casinos are so well regarded. You’re introduced with an inviting Mega Reel, offered a quick and easy sign-up, and given a variety of fast and free payment methods.
The withdrawals are a little slow, the bingo games are limited, and Live Casino titles seem to be an afterthought, but if you’re here for the slots and nothing else, and you don’t mind waiting a few extra days to receive your winnings, it’s a great site.
- Good Games
- Mega Reel Bonus
- PayPal Accepted
- Mobile Friendly
- Big Jackpots
- Slow Withdrawals
- Limited Gaming Selection
- Small Live Casino
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Amazon Slots FAQ
Do I Need to Verify My ID at Amazon Slots?
Yes, but this is often done automatically when you join but you may be asked for additional details later.
Is PayPal Accepted at Amazon Slots?
The T&Cs claim that you can use PayPal but it doesn't appear when you first join, suggesting it only appears after you make your first deposit.
How Long Do Withdrawals Take at Amazon Slots?
You may need to wait a couple of days before your withdrawal is processed.
Can I Play on my Mobile at Amazon Slots?
Amazon Slots is fully supported on mobile and works on most platforms and devices.