11 million reasons to play Mega Moolah this Christmas
Over the last couple of days, the Mega Moolah progressive jackpot prize from Microgaming has once again broken through a major threshold, with the current prize now sitting at an incredible £11.3 million pounds, and still rising.
This is only the second time since November 2016 that the top paying prize on Microgaming's most popular progressive jackpot game has gone beyond the magical 10 million mark, the last time coming back in September 2018, when the jackpot grew to a world record win size of 18.9 million, before one lucky player, who wished to remain anonymous, landed the record-busting win in Euros.
That last win set a brand-new Guinness World Record for the largest ever online slot progressive jackpot win, smashing the previous record held by Jon Heywood who landed a £13.2 million win back in 2015.
It was also the seventh time in 2018 that the jackpot prize had been won after players landed the prize in January, February, March, April (twice), June and then September. However, it is notable that the prizes in September and so far in December have been much larger than earlier in the year due to the fact that the jackpot has been won less frequently.
Of course, there's no guarantee that the jackpot will be won in the run up to Christmas, however, it has already well passed the average amount for a jackpot win on the Mega Moolah slot and with a greater number of players all playing through an increasing number of spins, simple mathematics does suggest that the jackpot will have to be won some time soon.
Now a prize of at least £11.3 million, if not considerably more, would mean that you would likely enjoy the best Christmas ever in your household if you were to land the prize.
So, if you fancy a few spins on the Mega Moolah slot over the festive season to see if you can trigger your own Christmas miracle, then check out our easy guide to playing.
Where can I play the Mega Moolah slot?
If you are looking for your first casino, or indeed a new casino, to play the Mega Moolah slot, then your best option is to sign up with a casino that is also offering you a new player bonus designed for MegaMoolah.com. This will allow you a shedload of extra spins on the Mega Moolah slot, every one a potential winner, for just a small initial deposit.
The trio of casinos offering a special bonus to MegaMoolah.com visitors in the UK are:
- Zodiac - Deposit just £1 for 80 Chances on the Mega Moolah.
- Captain Cook's - Deposit £5 for 100 Chances on the Mega Moolah.
- Grand Mondial - Deposit £10 for 150 Chances on the Mega Moolah.
The casino offering a special bonus to global visitors - but not operating in the UK, is:
- Jackpot City - Deposit $€10 for 120 Chances on the Mega Moolah.
The casino offering a special bonus to New Zealand visitors only is:
- Jackpot City - Deposit NZ$20 for 200 Chances on the Mega Moolah.
The casino offering a special bonus to German visitors is:
- Cosmo - Deposit just €10 for 150 Chances on the Mega Moolah.
(150 Chancen, mit Cosmo zum Mega Moolah-Millionär zu werden)
You may want to check our Rewards page for other bonus offers.
There's also a bitcoin-only bonus available. Learn more if you would like to play Mega Moolah using bitcoin.
How do I claim the introductory offer?
It is very easy to claim the introductory offer at any of the casinos listed above. Simply register your details with the casino and then make the stated deposit into your account for the casino of your choice.
Once you make your deposit, the casino will then add an amount of cash into your bonus cash account, which will cover the stated number of spins at 0.25 per spin.
Once the deposit and bonus has been confirmed, head on over to the Mega Moolah slot, set the cost per spin to 0.25 per spin (which is the minimum amount you can wager to still have a chance of landing the huge progressive jackpot prize) and then play through your deposit.
Once you have played through your deposit, you will then be able to access the bonus funds in your account, which you can then use to play the additional number of spin on the Mega Moolah slot.
Every spin you make can be a winner in the base game, and every spin also offers you the same chance as all other players playing for 0.25 per spin on the Mega Moolah slot.
What happens if I win the Mega Moolah progressive jackpot?
To win the Mega Moolah progressive jackpot, you first need to trigger the Jackpot Bonus game, this can occur at random on any spin of the slot. When the game triggers, then you are sure to win one of the four progressive jackpot prizes, Mini, Minor, Major and Mega.
Your chances of winning the Mini and Minor prizes are much greater than the Major and Mega, but whatever prize you win, you will be paid your prize in a single lump sum award.
Of course, if you win the huge Mega Moolah progressive prize, then the casino in question will contact you to confirm your win and give you further details on what to do to pick up your festive windfall!
Has anyone landed the Mega Moolah jackpot prize on Christmas Day?
No, no player has won the Mega Moolah progressive jackpot prize on Christmas Day so far in the game's history, although that is perhaps not surprising as for many people, December the 25th is a day which is dominated with lots of other things to do and activities which means that their opportunities to play the game are limited to non-existent.
It is therefore unsurprising that the jackpot has yet to see a winner on Christmas Day and there have also never been winners on Christmas Eve or Boxing Day either as yet. Besides, sometimes it's just best to enjoy time with family and forget about slots.
However playing close up to Christmas can be profitable. We totally expect the jackpot to be struck soon because a LOT of people are playing the game now, before the Christmas holidays.
With the jackpot prize at £11.3 million and still rising this is the most opportune time to take a few minutes of your time and register with one of the special offers available on MegaMoolah.com and have a few spins to see if you can pocket a sack full of Christmas cash from the Mega Moolah progressive.
Byline: This article was published by Mega Moolah expert Henry. Media and other enquiries.