Dream Jackpot is a simply designed online casino powered by Aspire Global. It doesn’t look like much on the surface and the “dream” theme only works if you’re incredibly boring and dream in monochrome. But there are hundreds of games to explore and a few bonuses to collect, so there’s clearly more going on underneath.
There is a two part welcome bonus at Dream Jackpot, for the first part you can claim 5 No Deposit Free Spins. The Free Spins are on Fire Joker and come with a 50x wagering requirement and the maximum conversion is equal to £3o.
The deposit part of the Dream Jackpot welcome bonus is very disappointing. You must deposit at least £20 to qualify for this bonus and will be given 50 free spins when you do. It’s a small bonus, and it gets worse from there, as you only have 24 hours to use them, can’t win more than £100, and must clear a 35x wagering requirement before you can withdraw any free spin winnings.
I’ve seen some big bonuses on other sites run by Jupiter and powered by Aspire Global. I was expecting something similar here. But that’s definitely not what I got. On the plus side, a bonus is a bonus and if you like free spins and don’t mind wagering requirements, it’s worth your time.
Dream Jackpot hosts the occasional network promotion from creators like Pragmatic Play. These are usually leaderboard promotions that reward players who bet big and often on qualifying slot machines. You typically need to be a high roller to get anything from these promotions, but it’s always worth seeing what they have to offer as there are usually thousands of pounds worth of prizes available.
Dream Jackpot also has a Daily Spin Frenzy promotion where you can get up to 50 spins when you reload your account. However, as with the welcome bonus, the terms are very disappointing. To get 10 free spins, for instance, you must deposit and wager at least £100 on slot machines, with the money then appearing in your account the following day. If you want the full 50 spins, you must stump up a massive £1,000.
That’s a lot of money for very little reward.
Slots and Other Games
Dream Jackpot has a very disappointing gaming selection, with just 500 or so games on offer. It might sound like a lot, but not when you consider that newer sites have over 1,500. Those 500 games will be narrowed down very quickly when you load the games room and realise you’ve already played 300 of them, 100 aren’t your cup of tea, and there’s nothing that catches your eye among the 100 that remain.
If you’re the sort of player who just looks for classics like Gonzo’s Quest and Starburst—based on how prevalent these slots are on every casino, I’m assuming there are a lot of you out there—you’ll be content with this selection. If you’re like me and like to mindlessly flick through the different games until you find something interesting and unique, it’s going to feel a little tedious.
It’s not all bad news though. This is not one of those Microgaming-only casinos stocked with games that are a decade old. There are new titles from the likes of NetEnt and Pragmatic Play, including Finn and the Candy Spin and the Secret of Machu Picchu. More would have certainly been merrier in this case, but it could have been worse.
Dream Jackpot takes payments in Visa and Mastercard Debit, as well as e-wallets like Neteller, PayPal, and Skrill. All of these methods are quick and free to use. Withdrawals take just a few hours to process on average and there is a dedicated support team on hand to help via email and live chat if you need support.
If you have any bonuses active, be sure to check the terms before you withdraw. Cashing out while a bonus is active may void the promotion and invalidate all of the funds and spins you have accumulated thus far. Such is the case with the Dream Jackpot welcome bonus.
Verdict: Dream Jackpot Review
When I first saw Dream Jackpot, I had fairly high hopes. I expected it to be like 666 Casino, which has the same owners and operators and uses a similar layout. But that couldn’t have been further from the truth. Not only is 666 Casino unique with regard to its theme and layout, but it also has three times as many casino games and a multi-stage welcome bonus that gives you both free spins and bonus credits.
I’m all for casinos that do things differently from their sister sites, but this is not just different, it’s worse, and that’s much less acceptable.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s still an okay site, but “okay” is about as good as it gets. The theme is bland, there aren’t enough games to keep experienced players happy, and the welcome bonus is terrible when compared to 95% of other online casinos.
- New Games
- Big Jackpot Titles
- PayPal Accepted
- Fast Withdrawals
- Live Casino
- Small Welcome Bonus
- Limited Loyalty Promotions
At a Glance
- Owner: Jupiter Gaming (powered by Aspire Global)
- Founded: 2017
- Banking Methods: Debit, Web Wallets, Bank Transfers
- Games: Slots, Table Games, Live Casino
- Licence Holder:
AG Communications Limited
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Dream Jackpot FAQ
How long do withdrawals take?
It can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours, depending on the method used. If you cash out with a bank transfer, you could be waiting up to 6 business days, so keep this in mind before you withdraw.
How do I contact the Dream Jackpot customer support team?
You can get in touch via email or live chat. The latter only seems to be available to active members, so make sure you sign in first. The customer support staff are active from 8am to midnight CET.
What’s the wagering requirement on Dream Jackpot?
At the time of writing, the wagering requirement on the welcome bonus is 35x. It means that free spin winnings of £10 must be wagered to the value of £350. This is subject to change though, so read the terms and conditions before you opt in.
How many games does Dream Jackpot have?
Dream Jackpot has around 500 games. It’s far from a large selection, especially when compared to some of its sister sites, which have twice and even three times as many.