Just imagine, by just playing with 5 lines, a jackpot can actually be won! Isn't that nice? Yes indeed. Some games can be played with the minimum total bet of $0.25 per spin, some start at $0.50, and a few at even higher minimum bet sizes. Not surprising actually, otherwise the jackpot pool prize would take too long to accumulate, thus becoming less attractive to players. Wall St Fever used to play with just $0.05 bets when it was without a progressive jackpot. With a jackpot, the minimum total bet size has been increased to $0.50 per spin, but is still within playable limits to most players.
In those days when I could play Wall St Fever with just $0.05 bets, it was one of my favorite slot games. I could play for hours on just a small deposit, getting lots of those free spins and bonus games along the way. Although those feature games do not pay a lot at any one time, it does keep you playing on extended time. The free spins tend to be empty ones most of the time, but the bonus games guarantee a prize each time, up to 60x your total bet amount. Not a lot but at least something. My best win on this game was getting those 5 bulls on a payline, of which I had won at least 3 times so far, but I have yet to get 5 Wilds on any payline. If I couldn’t get them on $0.05 bets, trying to get them with $0.50 bets would be 10 times for expensive for me, but with a jackpot win possibility. This jackpot would usually be won whenever it goes over $300,000, as far as I can see it, but winning it is pure luck, so don’t go chasing after it unless you’re feeling real lucky!
On the whole, I'm okay with this Wall St Fever game. It can be fun, enjoyable and winnable too, without having to spend too much, unless you're playing the jackpot version of course, which can be an expensive affair for some unlucky players. But if you wanna win big, be prepared to lose big too, fair and square, right? I guess so, hehehe.