In a post-pandemic world, “fever” has taken on a new meaning. A few years ago, it may have conjured images of heat, fire, ferocity, and disco-themed Saturday nights. These days, you think of cancelled flights, ageusia, and unreasonable fear that you’re somehow going to infect your dog/cat (come on, we’ve all been there).
Still, I’m going to give Fever Slots a pass, as it was launched in 2016, back when life was simpler and you could shake someone’s hand without immediately dowsing yourself in disinfectant.
Fever Slots is also a Jumpman Gaming casino (licensed in the UK and Alderney), so it’s less of a theme and more of a skin. Not like that’s a bad thing, as when you peel back the layers, you’ll find the same reliable Jumpman interior.
Welcome Offer and Other Promotions
There are lots of bonuses available at Fever Slots, including monthly prize draws, giveaways, seasonal offers, and more. These change throughout the year so I won’t go into detail here.
The Welcome Bonus at Fever Slots offers new players making a deposit of £10 or more a spin of the Mega Reel. This offer is available to all first-time depositors and offers a grand prize of 500 Free Spins, as well as small prizes of Amazon vouchers, 10 spins, 20 spins, and more.
The wagering requirements are fixed at 65x and there is a maximum conversion to real funds equal to lifetime deposits (up to £250).
The other fixed bonus available on Fever Slots is the trophy system. When you complete challenges, you’ll earn trophies, and these will direct you toward perks, rewards, and more. If you meet specific milestones, you’ll get another shot at the Mega Reel and those 500 Free Spins.
Slots and Bingo Rooms
There isn’t much I can say about Fever Slots games that I haven’t said a million times. It’s not that I’ve reviewed this site before, but that I’ve reviewed most of its sister sites and they all have the same slots and bingo rooms.
If you’ve played sites like Aladdin Slots and Lights! Camera! Bingo!, you’ll know what to expect. If not, it’s a solid selection of top slots (NetEnt, Blueprint, SG) and bingo rooms. There are jackpots, Megaways, Cascading Reels, and some of the UK’s most popular games.
It’s hard not to appreciate these games, but if it’s originality that you seek and you’re sick of the same-old-same-old, it’s probably not for you.
I contacted Fever Slots to ask a few basic questions as an aspiring player. 6 days later, they have not responded. I sent the same question to other Jumpman sites, as well as 888 and Intouch sites (including Casino2020 and Amber Spins).
888 and Intouch responded within hours. Jumpman ignored me.
It’s frustrating, but it’s also worrying from the perspective of new players, as email is the only way to get in touch and it clearly doesn’t work.
Depositing and Withdrawing
PayPal, Visa, MasterCard, PaysafeCard, Maestro, and Pay By Mobile are all accepted at Fever Slots. There is a minimum deposit of £10 and while Fever Slots doesn’t charge a fee for deposits, you will be hit with a £2.50 charge for using Pay By Mobile. Fever Slots also charges £2.50 on all withdrawals, taking 25% of your £10 withdrawal and 2.5% of your £100 withdrawal.
The withdrawals aren’t very quick, either. The pending period can run for up to 3 days, so it could take anywhere from 3 to 7 days to get your winnings, depending on the method chosen.
It’s also worth noting that if you use Pay By Mobile, you’ll need to find another method for withdrawals and regardless of the method chosen, you’ll be hit with a £2.50 fee each way.
Fever Bingo Review Summary
Fever Slots, like all Jumpman Gaming sites, gets a lot of things right and makes a lot of mistakes. On the one hand, there are stacks of bonuses to collect for both new players and old players, and it also has plenty of great games. But at the same time, it charges for withdrawals and takes several days to process them.
There is also the issue with customer support.
Jumpman is a reliable operator and there is a lot to like here, but it’s hard to score Fever Slots too highly. My rating would be 2.5, but as there are no half ratings, I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt and opt for 3 as opposed to 2.
- Lots of Games
- Great Bonuses
- Reliable Operator
- Slow/Limited Customer Support
- Slow Withdrawals
- Withdrawal Fees
At a Glance
- Games: Slots and Bingo
- Operator: Jumpman Gaming
- Loyalty Scheme: Trophy Based
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Fever Slots FAQ
How Do I Contact Fever Slots Customer Support?
Fever Slots has an extensive FAQ, but if you have spent any time on Jumpman Gaming sites, you will have seen all of these already as it’s the same content. If you scroll to the bottom of these FAQs and look at the “still need assistance?” option, you’ll find an email address ([email protected]). But as noted in my review, this doesn’t always work. I’d love to tell you how long it took them to reply, but 6 days after my question, I’m still waiting for an answer.
Was Fever Slots on TV?
The Fever Slots logo currently features the “As Seen on TV Branding”. I’ve looked for TV placements and adverts, and I can’t find them. Answers on a postcard please.
Can I Play Fever Slots on Mobile?
Like all Jumpman Gaming casinos, Fever Slots is available on mobile, with support for most web browsers, platforms, and devices. It’s often the best way to play, but I prefer desktop and conducted the above review using the Fever Slots desktop software.
Who Owns Fever Slots?
Fever Slots is owned by Jumpman Gaming, a brand that seems to be responsible for half of all the bingo sites and slot sites in the United Kingdom. It adopts somewhat of a copy-paste approach to creating casinos, but when you have a winning formula that players like, why not stick with it?