Well of Wishes

Throw a coin into the Well of Wishes and see what you could win!

    Well of Wishes Slot - How to Play

    Play with up to 10 paylines on Well of Wishes  

    Lucky Coins 

    Lucky Coins can appear on any spin.

    Should one land, it will act as a Wild symbol for the current spin only. 

    Each time a Lucky Coin appears, it will be collected on the progress bar positioned above the reels.

    Collecting five Coins will see them thrown in the Well of Wishes and award you one wish.

    A symbol will then be chosen at random and all instances of that symbol on the reels will transform into a Wild. 

    This can happen a maximum of two times.

    Wild Symbols

    Wilds replace all other symbols in this game to help form winning combinations.

    Lucky Spins

    Lucky Spins symbols can appear anywhere on the reels.

    Land three to trigger this feature and be awarded 10 free spins. 

    If less than three Lucky Spins symbols appear, the symbols will lock in place as the reels re-spin, giving you another chance to trigger the bonus. 

    Any symbols that turned Wild during the Well of Wishes feature carry over for the whole of the Lucky Spins feature. 

    Collect five Lucky Coins while playing this bonus to win extra free spins - the amount awarded will be equal to the number 0f Lucky Spins symbol that triggered the feature (i.e triggering the feature with four Lucky Spins symbols will award four extra free spins).

    The hit rate of Lucky Coin symbols while playing this feature is relative to the total number of Lucky Coins collected in the base game. This progress resets when Lucky Spins ends - any new Lucky Coins collected in the base game will then count towards the Lucky Coin hit rate in the subsequent bonus round.


    Daily Jackpots

    Find out about the jackpots up for grabs in Well of Wishes over on our Daily Jackpot page.


    Well of Wishes RTP

    Return to Player (RTP): 90.72%  + 3% jackpot contribution.  

    The RTP includes base game RTP and jackpot contribution.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £90.72 of wins