The Midnight Feast Scratch Card from Jackpot Joy gives players 3 chances to chow down on a big yummy prize pie. The food-themed card will have you licking your lips at the prospect of winning the £40,000 top jackpot.
Jackpot Joy is renowned for its innovative range of instant win & scratch card games. One of the most popular games in its collection is the ‘Midnight Feast’. This card offers players 3 chances to win, buy 1 card and play 3 mini-games. The first game asks you to match your symbol with at least 1 other symbol hidden in a jar on the shelf. The second game presents you with an open fridge, you have 5 pots to open, match 3 cash values to win that amount. The third and final game has you opening cloches to reveal cash values, match 3 and you’ve won!
This is a simple, yet fun scratch/instant win style game. The Return To Players (RTP) ratio is 93.32%, which is standard in the industry. I played the game whilst writing this review and enjoyed a few small wins. I was playing for the minimum amount (50p). Although, you can up that amount to a maximum of £20 per play. As you increase your stake the jackpot amount rises. Play for 50p and the jackpot is £1,000, jump to £1 and the jackpot goes up to £2,000. The maximum play amount is set at £20 (£40,000 jackpot).
In total Jackpot Joy has over 100 fun cash games like ‘Midnight Feast’. You can also play the excellent ‘Deal or No Deal’ game and big prize money bingo. Slot players are also well catered for at JJP. You can play the ever-popular slot ‘Rainbow Riches’ and progressive jackpot slots like ‘Classic Wilds’.
Don’t forget that new scratch card players at Jackpot Joy can claim a welcome bonus and ongoing monthly promotional offers. Welcome bonus details below.
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