Big Fish Casino has made some changes to their regular, non-VIP slots with regards to bet amounts. They’ve expanded the bet ranges lower and/or higher so you will have more choice over what you play and how you play it.
Some slots only have lower minimum bets. For example, with the Jackpot City Deluxe slots, they have lowered the minimum bet amount from 1,000 chips to 100 chips. The maximum bet remains the same at 1,000,000 chips. In Wild Waters 2: Feeding Frenzy, they’ve lowered the minimum bet from 1,200 chips to 120 chips.
Other slot machines, such as Exotic Tropics, have fully expanded bet ranges on both the minimum and maximum ends. Before, the bet ranges in Exotic Tropics went from 1,000 chips to 250,000 chips. Now you can bet anywhere from 80 chips to 1,000,000 chips.
We have updated our Big Fish Casino Slots Guide with the new bet amounts so you can sort by bet amount and see the updated minimums now.
So far, VIP and High Roller slots’ bet amounts have not been changed. To see the different bet amounts for yourself, open Big Fish Casino and scroll through the All Slots tab.
This is met with mixed feelings by players. Those not yet at VIP will now be able to bet more in one of the games that rewards gold: Aztec Gold. Higher bets mean the potential for winning more gold bars. On the other hand, players who do not have a large stash of chips can no longer go into Spotlight Millionaire and have a decent shot at winning against players who are betting max. And, on top of that, a lot of slots do not have any bet amounts between 25K and 125K, that’s a big jump for a lot of players.
In addition, Wicked Wins, Tails of the Snow Fox, and Phoenix Rising have been temporarily removed from the list of slots. Big Fish Casino’s engineers are aware of the problem and are working on fixing them. They hope to have everything running smoothly very soon. They’re back and their bet amounts were not changed.
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