Slots of Fortune – NEW! – $25 Free Chip

Slots of Fortune is a new Rival powered online casino. They have contacted us to offer a $25 free chip, no deposit required, exclusively for our members and visitors. Currently owned and operated by the same guys who run popular USA friendly sites like Win Palace and Begado, we believe Slots of Fortune will deliver top rated service going forward.

Start Now! Go to the Exclusive $25 No Deposit – Slots of Fortune Promotion Page

Step by Step Instructions

1. Click this a link in this post or the banner below. Slots of Fortune $25 Free
2. Create an account by clicking either the “Download Now” button or the Instant Play
3. Go to the cashier and the $25 chip should be there!

Slots of Fortune is a welcome addition here for a number of reasons, one of which is that it represents one of the few Rival powered casinos that accept USA players! Besides the $25 free chip, players who go on to deposit will get a massive 300% up to $3000 deposit bonus, and there is even a 100% cashback promotion on your first deposit. That’s a lot of extra value that the casino tosses in when you become a real money depositing player!

Finally, Slots of Fortune allows a max of 5x the bonus, for cashouts. So for this bonus in particular it is $25 x 5 = $125 that you can cash out if you are able to score a win.

Also, make a point to view the permitted games for this no deposit bonus and any other ones you decide to take advantage of at Slots of Fortune. The various terms and conditions, approved games, etc. can be viewed right there in the cashier next to the bonus/coupon that you select.

Good luck! If you have questions, post a reply below or email us. You can also visit our no deposit facebook page and start a conversation there.


  1. Why don’t you list the bonus codes? Do you know what a hassle it is to get the right bonus code from the casinos while trying to sign in? And why don’t you list the casinos not approved by the US so we don’t waste our time downloading and registering!!!

    • Hi Gerald,

      First, apologies for any hassle! We certainly want the signup process to be streamlined and quick. Let me address both concerns:

      1. RE: bonus codes – not all offers require a code. (This particular slots of fortune offer does not require a code, unless they have changed it since we initially posted!) That’s why we don’t provide a column with the bonus code anymore. We used to, but it just looked a bit ugly with so many blanks spaces on offers that didn’t require them. We might rethink it though and figure out a better way to display. Suggestions are always welcome. :)

      2. RE: USA approved/denied. We have a small Flag logo next to each offer in the lists. Green checkmarks next to the USA friendly, and red X mark next to the ones that do not allow USA signups.

      We also insert a bit of code for “new offers” these days, so that if it’s not USA friendly, there will be a bit of red text at the top that will alert USA web surfers that the offer is not USA friendly. Perhaps you found an old ‘new offer’ post that was blogged about before we developed the geo-targeting code. Not dead sure.

      If you have other questions or concerns, feel free to post here or shoot me an email ( I’ll email you as well to make sure you know there is a response to your message!

      Thanks for your feedback. :)


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