Frequently Asked Questions About Online Slots
If you have questions about playing online slots, our Online Slots FAQ has answers to the most common questions for you. We cover a wide range of FAQ topics, including general questions, as well as questions about banking, online casinos and the technical aspects of playing online. If you have questions that are not answered, feel free to contact us.
How do online slots work?
Online slots work in the same way as regular slots, with the big difference being that the RNG is located on the game server and not on your computer.
How do I win slots?
There are no winning secrets or systems to help you win. We have published many articles on winning including ten free slots tips and strategies.
Can I play for free?
Yes, you can play free slots here at All Online Slots. You can also play for free at most of the casinos we listed. Just register a visitor or a free play account.
How are the odds compared to slots at my local casino?
Although the odds vary from game to game. But the long-term payout percentage shows that online slots have a higher payout percentage compared to offline slots.
What types of online slots can I play?
All the popular game variations are available online, from classic three reels to bonus video slots and huge progressive jackpots. See our slot machine reviews for more details.
Is the progressive jackpot paid in installments like at the casino?
No, the online jackpot is paid one-time, so if you win a million you get all that money in one go.
Should I go for the download version or the flash version of the casino?
We recommend using the download version whenever possible as downloads tend to have a wider variety of games. This is starting to change without much difference.
How old do I have to be to play online slots?
You must be of legal age to gamble in your jurisdiction. It's typically 21 in the United States and 18 in most other countries. You cannot play if you are underage.
Does the casino work for Mac?
The download version of the online casino is not compatible with Mac unless specifically stated. In most cases, there is no supported Flash version.