Slot Ahoy review
- No deposit bonus: no
- Warm welcome: 100%
- Consecutive deposit bonuses: yes
- Penny bingo tickets: no
- Free Bingo: no
- Progressive Jackpots: no
All aboard me hearties and get ready to set sail for some superb games! There’s clearly a seafaring theme in play here, but to be honest it’s of the shy and retiring kind rather than pushing pirates on you at every turn. And we’re just fine with that!
Bonuses on your first three deposits!
Yep, you can get 100% bonuses attached to each of the first three deposits you make. There are codes to use here, so make sure you use these when you make those deposits:
- First deposit – NEW1
- Second deposit – NEW2
- Third deposit – NEW3
Here’s how you get those bonuses:
- First deposit is matched up to £25
- Second deposit is matched up to £25
- Third deposit is match up to £50
Hot tip: T&Cs apply, so read before you join
Always a good bet, we think – don’t you?
Access this seafaring site on mobile too
The Slotahoy website is available on your mobile device, whether it’s a tablet or a smartphone. You’re taken straight to a login screen when you get there, so it’s best used once you’re a member. You can register from that page though.
Four main types of games available
Slotahoy certainly knows how to please a player. Just check out the variations on the games they have in their locker:
- Casino games
- Instant games
- Scratch games
Really, whatever you want to play you’ll find it here. And just take a look at some of the most popular titles available too:
- Rainbow Riches
- Rainbow Riches: Pick n Mix
- Da Vinci Diamonds
- Secrets of Atlantis
- Siberian Storm
- Jurassic Juniors
No doubt we’ve called out some favourites there already. Since scratch games aren’t always included, we should have a look at a few of those titles too:
- Mega Love
- Pharaoh’s Luck
- Star Raiders
- Cops and Robbers
Banking: can you use Slot Ahoy with PayPal?
You can, but there are other internet methods of banking as well:
Not to mention a healthy dose of card payment options for those that prefer a more traditional method of depositing and withdrawing cash:
Looking for help – how easy is it to find some?
If you’re on your desktop or laptop, take a peek at the right side of the site. See that little phone? Click on it and a get in touch tab will pop out. This has two methods listed for contacting the team:
Click on it again to get rid of it. There’s no online help which is a shame, but at least the phone number is free within the UK.
They do also have help and FAQ sections towards the bottom of every page. There are painfully few questions in there – five in all, one of which says ‘your question remains unanswered?’ Hmm… could do a little better in that department!
The help section provides the contact details you can get from that little tab too, so you have this to fall back on.