Players Win up to $1500 in Witch Brewery Halloween Bonus Game at Slots Capital Casino

Players that know their magic potion ingredients can win bonuses up to $1500 during the Witch Brewery Halloween game at Slots Capital Casino. As an extra Halloween treat, they’re also giving all active players 25 free spins on the fiery new Hot Hands slot game.

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The Witch Brewery Halloween game will be online October 21 – November 5. Players are greeted by a friendly witch boiling three magical potions: one for Love, one for a Curse and one for Luck. They click on one of the potions and are given a list of possible ingredients.  If they choose the three correct ingredients, they’re given a bonus code entitling them to an up to $1500 casino bonus.

“If you know which recipes call for eyes-of-newts and toes-of-frogs and all those other creepy potion ingredients,” said Slots Capital Casino manager Stephen Vaughn. “You can win some serious Halloween bonus cash!”

HALLOWEEN CASINO BONUS

25 Free Spins on Hot Hand

Available October 31 – November 5

All players that have deposited in October are eligible.

60 times rollover; $180 max cash out

Hot Hand is a red hot 3-reel slot with fiery versions of classic symbols like Hearts, Spades, Diamonds, and Clubs as well as blazing Bells, combustible Cherries, glowing Gems, sizzling 7's and Burnadette the she-devil spinning on its reels. Adding fuel to the fire are Wilds with 2X multipliers on the first reel, 3X on the second reel and 4x on the third. Hitting more than one multiplier on one spin can produce ferociously flaming wins.

Slots Capital Casino offers a huge selection of slots and table games in its download, instant play and mobile casino games collections.

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