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Merry Money

WMS Gaming
RTP 95.09%
Play WMS Gaming Slots
Reels 5
Paylines 10
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 95.09
Wild symbols YES
Free spins YES
Bonus YES
Jackpot 2500 coins

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Merry Money Slot Review

The Merry Money slots game can be found at online casinos offering WMS Gaming software who are a wholly owned subsidiary of Scientific Gaming. WMS Gaming do not publish their RTP or House Edge figures as standard. However UKGC licensed operators who now publish all game figures as standard. As such we can say that the House Edge of Merry Money is 4.91%. As this figure has not been confirmed by the software provider we cannot confirm whether this game is configurable or not. As such this figure should be treated as a guideline only when playing at any operator that does not publish their RTP figures.

You’ll rob from the rich, but will you give it back to the poor?

Merry Money is a 5 reel game with 10 paylines.

The ‘Bag of Gold’ symbol is Wild.

There are three bonus features when playing Merry Money. The first bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Archery Target’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you’ll be asked to click on one of the Archery Target scatter symbol to reveal a random prize.

The second and third bonus features are triggered in the same manner – when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Robin Hood’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen. Click on Robin Hood and he will shoot an arrow at a target. Depending on whether the arrow lands on a red or yellow stripe one of the following bonus features will be triggered:

– Hall of Plenty – You are taken to a new screen showing a room with six doors and the Sheriff of Nottingham sleeping. Spin the wheel and Robin Hood will go and raid the corresponding room number and return with a prize. When the Sheriff of Nottingham wakes up and chases Robin Hood the bonus feature ends.

– Win Spins – You are taken to a new screen showing a trail of numbers. Spin the wheel on the right of the screen to move along the trail. Keep spinning and moving along the trail until the wheel lands on ‘Collect’. At that point you are given the choice between a number of free spins equal to the number you are currently on, half the number of free spins you are currently on with a 2x multiplier on all wins or one third of the number of free spins you are currently on with a 3x multiplier.


Merry Money is a reasonably good game but has too high a price tag attached to it. The bonus features are reasonably diverse but nothing stunningly original and a House Edge of almost 5% is simply too much when you could play far more entertaining games for significantly less.

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