Rose Slots is another offering from Jumpman Gaming. Who is Rose you ask? Is it the woman in the promotional banner? Maybe. Or maybe it’s just another generic casino name and theme that means absolutely nothing and will never be mentioned by the casino or used in any of its marketing.
I think it’s the latter.
Yes, I am bitter, and no, I’m not going to rant again. I had enough of that with Dino Bingo.
If nothing else, it gives them a good excuse to use a striking red colour scheme, one that they definitely did not copy from Mirror Bingo.
Welcome Offer and Other Promotions
It’s a lot of money if you get it, and it’ll turn £10 into £110 (a £100 bonus plus your £10 deposit). But don’t get carried away. As you would expect, there is a catch.
Firstly, it’s a prize wheel, and you could end up with something much smaller or nothing at all.
Secondly, there is a maximum conversion rate equal to your total deposits. This means that if you deposit £10, you can only get £10 from the bonus. If you manage to convert your £10 deposit into £110 and still have £110 when you meet the 65x wagering requirements, £100 will disappear.
Other bonuses available at Rose Slots include prize giveaways (including cash prizes, cars, and holidays, from time to time), cash drops, Free Spins, reload bonuses, and more. There are at least a dozen different bonuses active at any given time, so check the promotions page and see which ones are valid for you.
The best of these bonuses is the trophy system. It’s a loyalty program that rewards you for deposits and wagers. Collect enough of these trophies and you’ll be given another shot at the Bonus Wheel. The great thing about these additional spins is that you will have increased your total lifetime deposits by this point.
As a result, you can walk away with more cash once you’ve finished with those wagering requirements.
Slots and Bingo Rooms
Microgaming is the biggest name keeping the Rose Slots games room stocked, but you’ll also find titles from NetEnt, Blueprint Gaming, and a few other top providers. It’s a mix of the UK’s favourite games, with slots, table games, and scratch cards.
Some of the standout titles on Rose Slots include:
- Primate King
- Rainbow Riches
- 9 Masks of Fire
- Solar Temple
- Slingo Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
- Power of Thor Megaways
- Baboon to the Moon
- Dynamite Riches Megaways
- Gates of Olympus
- Big Bass Bonanza
- Fluffy Favourites
- Wild Wild Riches
It’s not just about slots at Rose Slots. As with all other Jumpman sites, it also has a few bingo rooms. These rooms cover tickets that range from just a few pence to a pound while the grand prizes are typically worth 4-figures or more.
There are games running throughout the day, with the biggest ones scheduled on a weekly or monthly basis. Check out the bingo room section to see what’s available.
Depositing and Withdrawing
It’s always good to see a UK gambling site that accepts PayPal. Yes, I know they’re very common, but I’m trying to be positive.
I don’t want to keep repeating myself…but I will.
The withdrawals are a little on the slow side as the casino has a pending period that stretches up to 72 hours. When you consider that many top slot sites and bingo sites process payments in a few hours, that’s a bit too much.
The main issue, however, is the £2.50 fee, which is charged on all withdrawals.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re using PayPal, Visa, or MasterCard, you will be charged £2.50. Why? I have no idea. As with the prolonged pending period, it’s just not necessary and it unfairly punishes players who typically deposit and withdraw amounts of just £10 or £20.
If you’re using Pay By Mobile to deposit it’ll be even worse, as that service charges £2.50 for all deposits. To be fair to Rose Slots, though, that’s not really their fault, but that doesn’t mean they should make it worse.
Rose Slots Review Summary
I know that I complain a lot about generic online casinos, but that doesn’t mean they’re bad. It’s my job to review them. All of them. And I’m a freelancer, so I work for multiple sites and often review the same casino dozens of times. If you saw the same cookie-cutter templates as much as I did, you would be annoyed as well.
Maybe you would also inherit my grey hair and short temper.
The point is, none of that really matters if you don’t have much experience with these sites. After all, even the generic can seem original if you’re seeing it for the first time.
If you don’t really care about how a casino looks and just want to play the same old games with lots of new bonuses, Rose Slots is ideal.
As you can see, it’s a bit of a mixed bag. I would score it 2.5/5 if I could, but I can’t and 2/5 seems a bit cruel.
- Bingo Games and Slots
- Big Welcome Bonus
- Many Loyalty Offers
- Mobile Support
- PayPal Casino
- Slow Withdrawals
- Withdrawal Fees
At a Glance
- Operator: UK Gambling Commission
- Platform: Mobile and Desktop
- Games: Bingo and Slots
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Rose Slots FAQ
Will I Always Get the 1,000%?
The Welcome Bonus can go either way. It’s not one of those fake discount wheels that always results in a 10% discount. You really can walk away with nothing.
Can I Use PayPal on Rose Slots?
Yes, Rose Slots is a fully-fledged PayPal casino and it’s available for deposit and withdrawals.
Does Rose Slots Have Responsible Gambling Tools?
You can use deposit limits and a self-exclusion. It is also a member of GamStop and BeGambleAware.
Can I Play Rose Slots on Mobile?
Rose Slots is fully supported on mobile, including iOS and Android devices.