Las Vegas Slot Machines --- Our Slot machine Price includes Shipping.
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Las Vegas Slot Machines
These slots are actual commercial machines
removed from service after only 6 months of use and are perfectly
LEGAL for home use in practically every state. With an original cost
of $4000 to $5000 new and they were only used for a short time and
are fully guaranteed. These magnificent slots are remanufactured
to a like new condition ready for sale. Slot machines come with a
lifetime warranty. View bottom of page for more information
The Machine Models change from time to time, so if a specific model
is a must, check with us for availability. $350.00 Price Includes
S&H in USA
What are the dimensions of these machines?
The machines measure 32” tall x 19” wide x 16” deep.
How much do these machines weigh?
They weigh 89 lbs.
Are these machines toys?
No, these are actual commercial machines that have been in service
approximately 6 months and have been completely reconditioned.
Can I plug them into regular house current?
Yes, when necessary each machine has been fitted with class 2
transformers with thermal cut-off switches.
Do these machines come with locks and keys?
We go to great pains to obtain the original door and reset keys for
all of our machines. These keys are quite expensive to get and so we
connect each of these keys to a security chain which is fastened to
the back of the cabinet.
What does a lifetime warranty mean?
Simply stated, should you experience any malfunction of your machine
as long as you own it, Our supplier will repair or replace the
machine without charge…period. They have been in business for 13
years now, and continue to remain responsible for the more than
100,000 machines we have sold. You the purchaser are solely
responsibility to check local requirements for gaming equipment
prior to any purchase.
Read Slot Machines
by: Ryan D
first thing you need to do is to learn how to "Read" a machine by
reading the pay out table before playing. We will now examine the
information provided in the payout table.
Firstly it will tell you the denomination of the coin needed to play
that machine. For instance, I'm sure you have seen people drop a
dollar into a machine that only accepts quarters, and than have the
Lets now look at the different types of machines on offer:
Multiplier: This is a good machine if you want to play one coin at a
time as it does not penalize you for if you do not play the maximum
bet. This machine has a predetermined pay out for a certain symbol,
and the number of coins you play multiplies it. So, if the machine
pays 5 coins for three cherries when you play one coin, it would pay
10 for two coins and 15 for three coins played.
Bonus Multiplier: This machine rewards you for playing maximum
coins, but you need to decide if the bonus on offer is worth playing
the extra coins. It operates the same as the multiplier, however it
offers a bonus when you play maximum coins and hit the jackpot.
Three Jackpots symbols may pay 1,000 for one coin, 2,000 for two
coins and 10,000 for maximum coins.
Multiple Payline: These machines have more than one line of play and
each coin played activates a particular line. You will not receive
anything if you hit a winner on a line that is not activated. The
older machines used to have three lines but the newer video slots
can have up to nine lines.
Buy-a-Pay: You only play this machine if you are playing the maximum
coins - as you will win nothing if you hit the jackpot with one
coin! The maximum coins played activate the largest jackpot, as each
coin activates a different pay out. One example is the "Sizzlin 7's"
machines. The machine will pay on cherries, bars and sevens. The
sevens pay 1,000 coins. If you play one coin you can collect only on
the cherries. If you play two coins you can collect on cherries and
bars. You need three coins in to collect on the Sizzlin 7's.
Progressive Slots: Always play the progressive slots with maximum
coins. With these slots a certain percentage of the money played are
added to a pool to pay top jackpot. "Megabucks" or "Quarter Mania"
are examples of machines from several casinos linked together to
offer a life changing jackpot. Some casinos have machines linked
together within their own casino to offer mini-progressive jackpots.
However, remember that the percentage of the payout on the lesser
wins is reduced to provide for the big prize.
We hope that this information will make you more effective slots
players. And remember to read the pay out schedule before playing.
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