Thursday, October 28, 2021

For Halloween, Slots Capital Casino Offers 100 Free Spins on Dark Hearts and $100 to Play on Wicked Witches

 Slots Capital Casino is proud to announce the launch of its new Witches of Salem slot this Halloween.  The new 243-line five-reel slot, Witches of Salem, showcases three bewitching enchantresses who cast their spells to provide some big winnings as they employ their magical powers. Three scatters trigger the Wheel of Witchcraft which awards free spins, multipliers and chances to win one of three jackpots.

 If you are an active player, the casino will give you 50 free spins on the diabolical Hot Hands, no deposit required. There are more Halloween casino bonuses which encompass 100 free spins on the dark and gloomy Dark Hearts slot and $100 on the supernatural Wicked Witches.


Available October 30 to November 7, 2021

 50 Free Spins on Hot Hand -- No Deposit Required

All players that have deposited in previous 30 days are eligible
Bonus code: HOT50FREE

 100 Free Spins on Dark Hearts

Min. deposit $25.
Bonus code: DRK100SPINS

 $100 to Play on Wicked Witches

Min. deposit $25.
Bonus code: LD300

The super-hot 3-reel slot Hot Hands, has scorching symbols like Hearts, Spades, Diamonds, and Clubs as well as fiery Bells, flammable Cherries, radiant Gems, and sizzling 7's. The enchanting demon, Burnadette, is spinning on its reels. Wilds multiply wins up to 4X.

 In Dark Hearts, if you open the Players Choice Chamber with scatters, you can choose one of the two vampires or the lady they pursue. Vampire Viktor can win 30 free spins with 1X multiplier. Willow can win 15 free spins with 2X multiplier. The other vampire named Marcus, allows you to play for 10 free spins with 3X multiplier.

 The enthralling Wicked Witches has a Tombstone scatter that starts 12 free spins with expanding Wilds that triple wins.

 Slots Capital Casino offers a wide selection of slots and table games and welcomes new players with an extra $100 added to their first deposit. 

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