Shopping Spree

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Slot Name: Shopping Spree

Software: RTG

Reels: 5

Paylines: 9

USA Players: Accepted

Shopping Spree is one of the slots released by RTG, but it looks like it’s not a recent title of theirs, and I don’t say that because of the theme choice. The problem is the design quality and the features that are offered in it, which are typical for some of their older slots. The theme chosen here relates to shopping, as done by a woman, so the things you will see include lipstick, flowers, shoes, handbags, and other similar items. The game gets 5 reels, only 9 pay lines and pays a progressive jackpot valued at $100,000.

US players get to play this slot machine, as it was created by RTG, a developer that offers its titles in their country.

Betting & Jackpots

The most you can spend in one round of Shopping Spree is only $11.25, so it’s not really like in real life. You get 9 lines to bet on, and you use up to 5 coins for each one, worth a fixed amount, $0.25. The line bet is at $1.25 in this case.

If you’re looking at the fixed prizes, they will give you 4,000x back, so that’s $5,000 at most. The better alternative is the progressive jackpot, which can give you a $100,000 shopping spree in New York, or alternatively, you can just take the cash amount.

RTG Slot Game Shopping Spree


The first feature asks you to collect the cash icons when they appear. You’re going to get a prize of up to 360 credits once you have three of these symbols. The cash icon is the one with the Dollar Sign on it.

Next, we have the Shopping Bag scatters, which you also collect when you see them appear on the screen. Get three of them, and you get access to a feature where you have to find where the money is hidden. You click on boxes with question marks on them, and you get prizes. Up to 4,000 credits are won this way.

RTG Slot Game Shopping Spree


The design is the least impressive thing about this slot machine. The problem is mostly with the surrounding graphics, as the symbol quality would be at least average in most cases, if not better than that. The betting options also look rather rudimentary, simple buttons with text on them.


The game doesn’t ask for much, it has a design that doesn’t do much for the player, but the progressive jackpot can be interesting. If you prefer to play simpler slot machines, with limited features and pay lines, Shopping Spree could be an OK choice.