The name of this bingo site becomes obvious when you land on the home page. You’re met with a view of a gorgeous beach, palm trees, a smoking volcano… okay, maybe that last bit is worrying, we’ll ignore that! But aside from the view, you’ll love the first view you get when you see what they’ve got in store at Ola Slots…
Nothing but the best welcome
This slots site has a great deposit bonus for you:
- Deposit £10 or more
- Receive a 100% welcome bonus, maximum £10
- Receive 10 free spins as well
The size of the bonus is small, so there’s no reason to deposit more than the £10 required. Check the Ts and Cs, not to mention the wagering requirements for the free spins and bonus, as well.
The Ola Slots mobile site hits you with news of that big welcome bonus when you arrive on the site. From there, you can swipe and move around quite easily to find information on some of the available game types. Or you could read the info we’ve got for you below…
Will you play slots or casino games?
The slots are split into four easy to access sections:
- All games
There are some excellent jackpot slots there too, including these:
- Gods of Gold
- Aztec Rising
- Kingdom of Cash
- Doubleup Ducks
And if you want some of the newest games to try your luck with, you’ll find these among the delights on offer:
- Birds on a Wire
- Fruit Warp
- Irish Eyes
- Frozen Inferno
Of course, you also have the casino to enter, and this has its fair share of delights available too. You can head for four areas here:
- All games
- Live casino
Yes, if you head for the live casino, you’ve got the chance to play live versions of both roulette and blackjack. Wouldn’t that be great to try?
What about their banking facilities?
Well, you can rely on all the most familiar ones here, which is good for you if there is one preferred method you like to use:
How can you get in touch if you need assistance?
The best place to go if you want to contact the team at Ola Slots is the help link. This is found at the bottom of every page. It reveals the methods you can use to get in touch:
- Send mail via the customer support link on the website
- Use the Freephone number within the UK
There doesn’t seem to be a live help feature anywhere – not yet, anyway. Aside from this, you might get some answers from other parts of the website if you get stuck:
- Terms and conditions
That latter option is the best place to begin, but when we visited they only had five questions in there – one of which was about getting in touch. We hope they will add more.