Not everyone who plays Mega Moolah on Zodiac Casino becomes an instant millionaire, of course, but life changing moments have happened several times for players.
This is not because Zodiac is some sort of magical online casino. It is just a matter of probability and emphasis.
Unlike any other casino in the world (barring a few which are run by the same Casino Rewards network), any bonus spins that new players receive with their first deposit are for games like Starburst, Book of Dead, or Kahuna Cluster Pays.
These games are great – who wouldn’t want free spins for them? But they are normally valued at 10p or maybe 25p and have limited payout opportunities.
The Zodiac Casino bonus is rare because it gives players 80 spins on a jackpot slot. These slots pool money from players all over the world. Every time someone wagers on a spin, part of that money goes to the jackpot. As the jackpot goes up, the more people want to play it, and the jackpot amount accelerates.
This means instead of just enjoying a popular slot that might get you a few thousand if you’re lucky, the Mega Moolah spins can win you – literally – millions!
You might wonder how Zodiac Casino can afford to pay people who have just signed up to their casino millions of dollars (as has happened more than once). The answer is: they don’t!
That’s the other beauty of Mega Moolah and other jackpot slots from Microgaming. Remember how everyone has been contributing part of their wager to the pot to create the jackpot? That means there is a huge pot of winnings ready to be won any time. Zodiac Casino do not have to pay anyone who wins millions playing Mega Moolah. The money comes from Microgaming, who have been collecting it from other players (from online casinos around the world) for days or weeks.
And, unlike a lottery system like Powerball or the New Jersey 6, you get your winnings in one big payment and not dribbled out once a month for twenty years. It’s all yours!
The next question readers may have is, if this offer is so great why do only Casino Rewards casinos offer it (and not even all of them)? Why don’t other online casinos offer spins on jackpost slots the way Zodiac Casino does?
That’s a good question, and one we can answer only partly. Basically, spins on Mega Moolah cost the casino real money. If you place a wager on Starburst, it costs the casino nothing unless you win. If you lose all your winnings from your free spins, the casino has basically given you a bonus at no cost to them.
But 80 Mega Moolah spins do require an actual payment to be made from Zodiac to Microgaming. How much exactly? We don’t know for sure, but it seems almost certain that the $1 deposit that gets you the 80 Mega Moolah Spins costs Zodiac more than what you pay for it. It is a classic “loss leader” – give the customer something below cost to get them interested.
Like all loss leaders, the concept relies on the customer sticking around after the promotion is over. To be honest, you don’t have to. You can play your Zodiac Casino 80 free spins and simply walk away never to return.
But that would be a shame. Hopefully after you’ve played your spins you’ll realize you’ve found a quality online casino and stick around. But ultimately, it’s up to you!