Quick question: What happens when you exhaust Greek, Roman, and Egyptian gods? Where do you turn when you’ve used every variation of Zeus, Mars, and Jupiter, and have also had your fill of queens, kings, rulers, and demigods? The answer is that you turn to the Aztecs—relatively unexplored territory for the online gambling sector.
If the subject of this review was a Betsoft slot, a new Playtech jackpot series, or even a site backed by the teams behind Foxy and Wink, that would be enough to make me excited. But it’s Jumpman Gaming, so while I’m definitely expecting a good casino, I’m also anticipating something that will honour the Aztecs about as much as the Conquistadors did.
It’s fair to say that originality and style are not on the cards here and we can write them off from the get-go. But what else does Aztec Wins has to offer? Is it an El Dorado of treasures waiting to be uncovered, or a Cortez-sized affront to taste and decency?
The Jumpman Gaming bonus usually revolves around some kind of Mega Wheel or Mega Reel with up to 500 Free Spins on offer. On the surface, the Aztec Wins Welcome Bonus looks very different, but the terms are actually very similar.
You can collect a 100% match-up bonus when you deposit at least £10, and this bonus is capped at £200. The problem is that there is a maximum conversion of £250 or equal to lifetime deposits, and there’s also a wagering requirement of 65x.
For example, let’s say that you deposit £10, which is the minimum needed to qualify. You’ll need to wager £650 to meet the wagering requirements and if you make it through with £50 in your balance, you’ll lose £40, as you can only collect an amount equal to your lifetime deposits.
It’s a frustrating little term, and it’s one that exists on all Jumpman sites. The good news is that while the term applies to reload bonuses and loyalty bonuses, your lifetime deposits will be higher by then, so this term won’t be as problematic.
Speaking of loyalty bonuses, there are a huge number of these available at Aztec Wins. There are monthly giveaways, prize draws, Free Spin offers, vouchers, and more. The biggest loyalty promotion is a trophy program. You will be given trophies upon completing challenges, and when you advance through the levels of this scheme, you’ll earn big prizes.
Jumpman Gaming casinos might not be too hot when it comes to Welcome Bonuses (though they are definitely not the worst in this department), but they more than make up for it with loyalty bonuses.
Slots and Other Games
Aztec Wins has over 500 real money slot machines for you to choose from. These are hosted in a neat and well-organized games room and include titles such as 9 Pots of Gold, Eye of Horus, Primate, and Twin Spin, to name just a few.
Some of the features available here include Drop & Wins, Hold and Win, Cascading Reels, Progressive Jackpots, and Megaways. It might not be the largest selection of games you have seen, but at least Aztec Wins tries to cover all bases and ensure its players are careered for.
Slots aren’t the only thing on the itinerary here. Aztec Wins includes around a dozen different bingo rooms, including 30-ball, 75-ball, 80-ball, and 90-ball variants. The games span the entire Jumpman network, so the jackpots are always high. At the time of writing, there are four games with jackpots of more than £20,000, and this review is being conducted in the middle of the week!
Table games, Live Casino games, and virtual scratch cards are also available in the Aztec Wins games room.
Depositing and Withdrawing
You can withdraw as little as £10 at Aztec Wins, but you probably shouldn’t, as there is a fixed fee of £2.50 that applies to all withdrawals, regardless of size or payment method. These payment methods include PayPal, MasterCard, Visa, and Pay By Mobile, the latter of which works through your mobile phone contract.
If you thought that the £2.50 was there to pay for prompt processing, think again, as it can take several days before the casino even processes your payment. From there, you may need to wait for several more days, depending on your chosen payment method.
Aztec Wins Review Summary
Aztec Wins excels in some areas and struggles in others. It’s a casino that runs hot and cold.
The Welcome Bonus is great, the terms are not. PayPal is accepted, but withdrawals are slow. The loyalty bonuses give you plenty of reasons to stick around, but the withdrawal fee will send you packing.
It’s one that I would recommend if you’re looking for a new casino and bonus, and if you want a good mix of slots and bingo games, but if you want something truly spectacular, check out Paddy Power or Foxy Games instead.
- Lots of Bonuses
- Trophy-Based Loyalty Program
- Jackpot Slots
- Live Casino Games
- Numerous Bingo Rooms
- PayPal Accepted
- Mobile Support
- Withdrawal Fee
- Slow Withdrawals
At a Glance
- Owner: Jumpman Gaming
- Platforms: Mobile and Desktop
- Games: Slots and Bingo
- Licence Holder:
Jumpman Gaming Limited
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Aztec Wins FAQ
Is Aztec Wins Regulated?
Aztec Wins holds a license from the UK Gambling Commission, and this allows it to operate freely throughout the United Kingdom. It also holds a license from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, which applies to players outside the UK.
Can I Use PayPal?
Yes, Aztec Wins accepts PayPal as a payment option. It’s arguably the best way to get funds into and out of your account, as it’s fast, widely available, and PayPal won’t charge you for transactions. You will still need to pay the fixed £2.50 withdrawal fee, though.
Can I Use My Mobile?
Aztec Wins works on most mobile devices. You can even use Pay By Mobile to make a deposit. In such cases, your deposit funds will be added to your mobile bill. There are low limits, too, and you’ll also be charged £2.50 per deposit. Furthermore, you can’t withdraw using this method.
How Long Does it Take to Process Withdrawals?
It can take anywhere from 1 to 5 days to get your funds at Aztec Wins. It depends on the method that you use, with PayPal offering the fastest withdrawals.