Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Get a $15 Freebie to Try Slotland's Romantic New 'Phantom of the Opera' Slot

Slotland’s new Phantom of the Opera slot features free spins with awesome multipliers. Until June 5th there’s a $15 Freebie and several deposits available to try it.

Phantom of the Opera takes players on a romantic journey backstage at the Paris Opera House. It’s a five reel slot with 4 rows that create more possible winning combinations than the usual 3-row slot. There are 30 fixed paylines. With a choice between Low and Hi bets, this game has a very wide betting range. Players can bet as little as 30 coins ($.30) per spin in the Low Bet range and up to 1500 coins ($15) in the Hi Bet range.

Hitting three or more scatter symbols starts the Free Spins bonus round where you choose between safe options that award up to 30 free spins -- or riskier alternatives with fewer free spins but bigger multipliers, up to 30x.

Video: Phantom of the Opera at Slotland has free spins with 30X multipliers

$15 freebie and several deposit bonuses available to try new real money online slot game.

Phantom of the Opera Bonuses

$15 Freebie
Bonus code: 15FREEBIE

45% Deposit Bonus
May be redeemed up to 4x each day
Bonus code: TRYME

80% - 150% Bonus
Wagering requirements from 12X

80% (min. $30 deposit, wagering requirement 17X)
Coupon code: TRYME80

100% (min. $40 deposit, wagering requirement 15X)
Coupon code: TRYME80

150% (min. $50 deposit, wagering requirement 12X)
Coupon code: TRYME80

All bonuses are valid until June 5, 2016 only.

“Phantom of the Opera is one of the most romantic love stories of all time,” said Michael Hilary, the manager of Slotland. “With its beautiful design and awesome free spins feature I think this game is destined to be a classic as well!”

Although They've added a few new video poker games recently, this is Slotland's first new slot in a while.  The pioneer in real money online slots now has 41 unique casino games, most compatible with Apple and Android phones and tablets.

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