Jackpot Party Casino

Jackpot Party Casino is a Scientific Gaming Interactive online gaming site that’s run through Facebook. This is a modern take on online gaming that lets players interact through social media and compete in live tournaments for bonuses. Gamers buy in with coins as opposed to depositing in a bank and you don’t have an e-wallet to manage either.

While Jackpot Party Casino originally opened in 2013, it had a complete makeover in early 2018 and made the move to this social interface. It’s quickly grown in popularity, with over 3 million members on the Facebook community page - so they’re clearly doing something right! The website and all the games are also brilliantly optimized for mobile, which is a huge perk. So are we truly ready to leave the days of the typical online gambling site behind? Let’s find out...

at a glance

  • Bonus

  • Number of Game

    110+

  • Software

    Bally Software WMS Software

  • Payment method

Jackpot Party rating

Games and Software

While Jackpot Party might appear to have a limited number of games, there’s no holding back on the fun at this site. The unique approach to a social-based online casino has made this site very popular since it’s rebranding in early 2018. Jackpot Party is stocked with some top slots from WMS, Bally and SGI such as Zeus: Son of Kronos, Zeus II, and ever-popular Rainbow Riches.

There’s a small selection of branded slots, such as Super Monopoly Money: Cool Nights, Yahtzee Shake It, and The Flintstones, which are great, but we did wish there more options in this category. Jackpot Party currently only offers slot games – classic and video – so there are unfortunately not any video poker or table games available right now. On a whole, the limited game selection at Jackpot Party may be a little off-putting, but it’s the other features of this unusual online casino that make playing there all the worthwhile. More on these to come…

Live Casino

Unfortunately, Jackpot Party doesn’t have a Live Casino section currently. With the focus on social media and interactive multi-user games, it seems they haven’t had time to fill a Live Casino thus far. In some ways, it would be great if Live games were an option at Jackpot Party but in others, a Live Casino doesn’t necessarily fit the hip, gaming theme. We’d be surprised to see Live games at this site anytime in the near future.

User Interface

There are actually two sites for Jackpot Party Casino. There is their actual website which provides information on the games, the history of the site, their blog and customer support options. This is a well-designed, modern-looking site that is easy-to-navigate and appealing on the eyes. The only downside is the promotions are hard to find, which is too bad as there are quite a few fun features at Jackpot Party Casino (more on that to come). Unfortunately, this site isn’t where you play the games – but there’s a reason for that.

Click on the gold Play Now button in the menu bar and you’ll be taken to an external link for the Jackpot Party Casino Facebook site – this is where the games are. Navigating around the games itself is pretty easy, there isn’t a huge selection, so they simply have a scroll button along the bottom of the Facebook Homepage. If you’ve been on Facebook before – as most of us have – it’s pretty easy to figure out how to use the Jackpot Party site. From there, you can access the banking (see below), the support site and the community group. It’s different but simple and adds a fun yet relaxed feel to the gaming experience.

Mobile Casino

The great thing about Jackpot Party is that it’s completely optimized for mobile (we think this is part of why the games are so selective). You can play from a Facebook page on your phone or tablet or download Jackpot Party in the App Store, the Amazon Store or on Google Play. The apps have great reviews and are some of the most popular casino apps we’ve ever seen. The games work great, the graphics are smooth and glitch-free, which makes it easy to have endless hours of fun with Jackpot Party on your mobile.

Gamification

Jackpot Party Casino is a social-based online gaming site – it uses Facebook as its main platform – so there’s definitely a competitive feel to the casino. We didn’t find any specific missions, but there are tournaments, like the Dash for Cash, and each game has an Experience Bar at the top of it, which you can Level Up and progress through as you play the game more. Eventually, it can lead to fun bonuses, boosts and extras; nice perks for playing. You can also invite friends to join your games and send and receive gifts, which makes gameplay all the more social!

Jackpot Party Casino does have a Community page on Facebook that you can like to get notifications of special promos and competitions.  It doesn’t look like there’s any loyalty points or VIP section with this site either – essentially, there’s not even a membership, as you just need to be over 18 and have a Facebook account and a bank account to play.

Promotions

As Jackpot Party Casino is run fairly differently than other online casinos, so are their promotions. With no membership, there’s not really a welcome offer or any loyalty scheme to be a part of, but that’s not to say there aren’t any promotions at all. From the first time you enter the page, it looks like there are pop-up promos and special ‘sales’ on coins. The Jackpot Party Casino Community page on Facebook and the Twitter feed both offer bonuses and competitions that people can take part in just by posting or commenting.

As the site is called Jackpot Party Casino, there are definitely some jackpots to be one. A few times a day, random winners are awarded either the regular Jackpot, SUPER Jackpot, or MEGA Jackpot – which can be a pretty big win. It’s pretty straightforward and completely social media-based; an interesting twist on the normal bonuses we see at online casinos.

Banking

Banking with Jackpot Party Casino only is a completely different story as well. As there is no real membership with this online gaming site, players don’t have a bank, account or wallet to manage. Instead, if you want to play games, you just buy the coins from the Jackpot Party Casino page, which is easy enough to do. Simply press the ‘Sale’ button from the Home page and a pop-up appears with all the coin packages that you can choose from.

Payments can be made only with debit or credit cards from Mastercard, VISA, American Express and Discover – so no e-wallets are accepted here. As you’re buying coins and not making a deposit, transactions are instantaneous, so gameplay can go on uninterrupted. We tried to find out how long it took to take a withdrawal and by which methods, but the information hasn’t been published anywhere.

Customer Support
  • Live Chat: Yes – through Facebook community page
  • Email: N/A
  • Telephone: N/A
  • FAQ: Yes
  • Availability: 24/7

If Jackpot Party Casino lets us down somewhere, it’s with the Customer Support. Their FAQ page is very sparse and doesn’t provide a lot of answers to our questions. We tried to contact chat through the Facebook page and received an automated response that they will get back soon. Typical response time is one day which doesn’t help much for urgent matters and they don’t list a phone number, email or any other methods of contact.

Our Verdict

Jackpot Party Casino is a really fun site that offers a unique and extremely social gaming experience. The game selection might be limited but the option to interact with other gamers – or your Facebook friends – and send and receive bonuses adds to the fun. Likewise, the community page with special promotions and offers keeps players engaged and adds an extra incentive through its competitions. While the banking options are also a little limited, they’re suitable enough given that everything is done through Facebook. The one thing that was off-putting was the lack of Customer Support, but aside from that, Jackpot Party Casino has our blessings. After all, playing on this site isn’t so much of creating a membership with another casino as playing a game on Facebook with the extra benefit of winning some cash.