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Hot Hot Penny

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Hot Hot Penny is a bonus feature found in a popular series of slot games developed by WMS Gaming. It offers players more opportunities to trigger special bonus rounds, which contain bigger payouts than in standard gameplay.

Hot Hot Penny slots are favoured by gamers known as ‘low rollers’, who tend to wager smaller amounts per spin. That’s because they have a higher probability of triggering a bonus feature without having to wager the max bet amount, as is the case with other slot games.[1]


To activate the Hot Hot Penny Feature, players must make a side bet for each active payline, usually to the sum of 10 credits per line.

This results in a higher hit frequency, and explains the higher probability of triggering the bonus round when compared to similar games that don’t have Hot Hot Penny built in.[2]

Bonus Features[edit]

The bonuses provided by Hot Hot Penny include extra wild symbols to free spins, which can be re-triggered from within the bonus game up to a maximum of 30. Expanding wilds can also appear on reels one and five.

Hot Hot Penny offers players a free re-spin if no bonus symbols appear on their reels, which gives two chances to trigger the highest-paying bonuses with each spin of the reels.

Game Options[edit]

Dozens of slot games offer the Hot Hot Penny feature, and these feature the special logo attributed to such titles. Hot Hot Penny is exclusive to physical slot machines in licensed premises.[3]

Examples of slot games that have the Hot Hot Penny feature include Emerald Eyes, Gem Hunter, King of Africa and Blue Lagoon. These each have five reels, 20 playable paylines and min/max bets of 1 coin and 400 coins respectively.


  1. "Hot Hot Penny Video Slot Machine by WMS Gaming". Retrieved 2019-05-17.
  2. "Hot Hot Penny Slot Machine Free Online". JohnnyBet. Retrieved 2019-05-17.
  3. "Hot Hot Penny Slot Machines in Las Vegas". 2019-05-17.

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