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The 70 Best Christmas Songs of All Time (You Can Thank Us Later)

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In no particular order, except for number one, which is exactly where it’s supposed to be.

1. “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” Mariah Carey

The gold standard of Christmas songs, “All I Want for Christmas Is You” is capable of putting you in a holiday mood within the first five seconds. You could hear this in the middle of July and not even get mad about it.

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2. “Like It’s Christmas,” the Jonas Brothers

This song will be your new fave, trust. “You make every day feel like it’s Christmas.” <3

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3. “Make It to Christmas,” Alessia Cara

There are so many new songs to add to your holiday playlist this year, and this is one of the great ones!

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4. “Christmas Wrapping,” The Waitresses

The timeless tale of a meet-cute in the checkout line.

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5. “A Hand for Mrs. Claus,” Idina Menzel feat. Ariana Grande

An anthem for Mrs. Claus sung by two angels, what else could you want?

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6. “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays,” NSYNC

It’s physically impossible not to bob your head to this every time it comes on in a Starbucks in December.

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7. “Drummer Boy,” Justin Bieber feat. Busta Rhymes

Sorry, every other person who’s recorded this song, but Justin’s take is far and away the greatest version on offer (and the only one that includes a verse where Busta Rhymes sends holiday wishes to his Twitter followers).

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8. “Christmas in Harlem,” Kanye West feat. Cyhi the Prince and Teyana Taylor

A modern classic. In 20 years, your kids will hate it as much as you hate it when your dad puts on “Wonderful Christmastime.”

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9. “Last Christmas,” Carly Rae Jepsen

The original Wham! version is great too, but it’s just so hard to resist that sax.

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10. “All I Want (for Christmas),” Liam Payne

An angelic ballad about making things work through the holidays.

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11. “What Christmas Means to Me,” Stevie Wonder

Two and a half minutes of pure holiday joy.

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12. “8 Days of Christmas,” Destiny’s Child

Destiny’s Child’s Christmas album, also titled 8 Days of Christmas, is an underrated gem, but this track stands out for its oh-so-2001 list of Christmas wishes: dirty denim jeans, a diamond belly ring, and “a gift certificate to get my favorite CDs.”

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13. “Frosty the Snowman,” The Ronettes

Ronnie Spector’s New Yawk accent makes the word “frosty” sound a hundred times cooler.

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14. “Santa Tell Me,” Ariana Grande

Ariana asks Santa for something that really matters: an opinion on whether or not a man is worth her time.

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15. “Silent Night,” Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings

The late Sharon Jones adds soul and swing to a ubiquitous standard.

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16. “No Place Like Home for the Holidays,” Perry Como

I literally can’t imagine Christmas without this song.

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17. “My Only Wish (This Year),” Britney Spears

It is a travesty that the world has never gotten a full Britney Christmas album. (There’s still time, Britney!)

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18. “Here,” Lukas Graham

A beautiful song about the feelings of loss and missing loved ones during the holidays.

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19. “Sleigh Ride,” TLC

Only TLC could make a sleigh ride in the freezing cold sound sexy.

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20. “Jingle Dem Bells,” RuPaul feat. Big Freedia and Ellis Miah

If only bounce had existed when James Lord Pierpont wrote the original “Jingle Bells.”

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21. “Christmastime Is Here,” Vince Guaraldi Trio

Guaranteed to fill humans of all ages with uncontrollable nostalgia.

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22. “Everybody Knows the Claus,” Hanson

Snowed In was good, okay? Don’t fight it.

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23. “Santa Baby,” Eartha Kitt

What’s the point of Santa if he can’t bring you something extravagant?

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24. “Mistletoe,” Ginuwine

Like “Pony” but for the holidays.

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25. “I Wish It Was Christmas Today,” Julian Casablancas

What started as a joke on Saturday Night Live is now a new classic perfect for those times when you just can’t stand one more round of “Winter Wonderland.”

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26. “Pretty Paper,” Willie Nelson

Best consumed while tearing open presents you know your mom spent hours perfecting.

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27. “Christmas in Hollis,” Run-D.M.C.

One of those times you can say “iconic” and mean it.

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28. “Hard Candy Christmas,” Dolly Parton

There’s nothing like a weepy country song to put you in the mood for hanging out with your family.

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29. “I’m the Grinch,” Tyler, the Creator

A family-friendly Christmas song in Tyler’s signature style. This is what dreams are made of.

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30. “The Christmas Song,” Ella Fitzgerald

You don’t even care that you’ve heard this song a thousand times when Ella Fitzgerald sings it.

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31. “Ribbons and Bows,” Kacey Musgraves

Sure, Kacey’s Christmas album only came out last year, but this peppy tune does what every good holiday song should do and gets stuck in your head immediately.

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32. “O Holy Night,” Mariah Carey

Yes, there are two Mariah Carey songs on this list, but that’s because Mariah Carey excels at Christmas music. In lesser hands, this song is a melodramatic slog, but Mariah and her backup choir make it a truly religious experience.

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33. “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” Darlene Love

A song so emotionally effective that you’ll pine for your baby to come home even if he’s sitting right next to you.

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34. “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” Cat Power

A gorgeous, understated interpretation of a holiday radio staple.

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35. “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” Brenda Lee

It’s really the only way to behave around a Christmas tree.

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36. “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town,” the Jackson 5

The jazz hands throw themselves in the air.

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37. “Kiss,” Lil Peep

On a first listen, you may not be convinced this is an Xmas song, but let me tell you those jingle bells in the background and the reference to kissing by the tree say otherwise.

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38. “Scrooge,” the Muppets

It’s tough to pick just one song from The Muppet Christmas Carol (the greatest Christmas movie of our time, no arguments), but anyone born in the ’80s can tell you this is the one most likely to inspire a drunken sing-along at the annual holiday viewing. Should you get dumped this season, it’ll also double as an excellent breakup song.

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39. “To Heck With Ole Santa Claus,” Loretta Lynn

Santa Claus is basically just a home invader who steals food and lets his reindeer poop all over your yard. Loretta Lynn gets it.

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40. “Break Up Holiday,” Dude York

Christmas is all fun and games till you have to see your ex at a holiday party.

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41. “I Do Not Care for the Winter Sun,” Beach House

It’s only a Christmas song in the sense that the lyrics are about snowflakes and there are jingle bells, but that’s all you really need, right?

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42. “This Gift,” 98 Degrees

The gift is sex, right?

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43. “Joy to the World,” Earth, Wind & Fire

The most dance-inducing version of this song ever recorded.

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44. “Christmas in New York,” Lea Michele

Just one of the many amazing tracks off Lea Michele’s new album Christmas in the City.

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45. “Mistletoe,” Justin Bieber

There are too many Bieber Christmas songs, said no one ever.

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46. “Bring Me Love,” John Legend

TBH, John Legend’s entire Christmas album, A Legendary Christmas, should be on here.

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47. “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town,” Bruce Springsteen

Aka seven minutes of uninterrupted holiday fun from your dad’s favorite musician of all time.

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48. “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late),” Alvin and the Chipmunks

Long before NSYNC, there was Alvin and the Chipmunks—the adorable, animated vocal trio who performed under the guidance of their human, Dave, who kept everyone in line.

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49. “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” The Temptations

Do you remember the order of the reindeer? Let the Motown group take you way back.

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50. “Just Ain’t Christmas,” Ne-Yo

How is Ne-Yo going to make a Christmas breakup song sound so smooth? Ugh.

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51. “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus,” Jessica Simpson

So uh…did daddy ever find out that mommy was an adulterer, or?

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52. “Jingle Bell Rock,” Daryl Hall and John Oates

You know and love the original version of this song from Mean Girls, but try this ’80s version on for size. You won’t be sorry.

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53. “Run Rudolph Run,” Chuck Berry

Excuse me, the father of rock n’ roll would like to stop being excluded from the Christmas conversation.

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54. “Yule Shoot Your Eye Out,” Fall Out Boy

Am I gonna be placed on the naughty list for imagining Pete Wentz in a Santa suit? Asking for…a friend.

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55. “Please Come Home for Christmas,” Jon Bon Jovi

Forever wishing I looked half as good as Cindy Crawford while decorating a Christmas tree. 🙁

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56. “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” Michael Bublé

Can we agree that Michael Bublé is like…the modern king of Christmas? Legit every song on his X-Mas album is just *chef’s kiss*.

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57. “Won’t Be Home for Christmas,” Blink-182

Christmas…but make it pop punk.

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58. “Christmas Tree Farm,” Taylor Swift

Sorrynotsorry, but this track is infinitely better than her version of “Last Christmas.”

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59. “Happy Holiday,” Peggy Lee

As a native New Yorker, I can 100 percent say that I heard this more times than I’d care to admit while working at Macy’s 34th Street during the holiday rush. But does it get old? Neverrrrr.

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60. “Step Into Christmas,” Elton John

A criminally underrated Christmas bop, if you ask me! BRB, creating a petition for this Elton classic to be played on alllll the radio stations this year.

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61. “Merry Christmas Everyone,” Shakin’ Stevens

What do you get when you combine jingling bells, a campy synthesizer, and the occasional saxophone? A solid ’80s Christmas song, like this one.

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62. “Candy Cane Lane,” Sia

The only thing more perfect than a Sia holiday song is the cute little stop motion claymation video she has to go with it. I mean, that snowman eating Christmas lawn decorations is just TOO ADORABLE.

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63. “Cozy Little Christmas,” Katy Perry

Legit cannot believe that we had to wait until 2019 to get an official Christmas song from Katy, but God was it worth the wait.

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64. “Wonderful Christmastime,” Paul McCartney

A local lite FM classic, this Paul McCartney track is what gets me into the spirit every single year without fail.

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65. “Christmas Tree,” Lady Gaga

Yes, Gaga does indeed have a Christmas song. But uh…you might not wanna play it around your fam, if you catch my drift.

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66. “Gee Whiz, It’s Christmas,” Carla Thomas

The Queen of Memphis Soul blessed us with this track back in 1963, and TBH…it still slaps all these years later.

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67. “I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday,” Leona Lewis

When she isn’t “bleeding love,” Leona Lewis is wishing it’s Christmas everyday. Get it? (Please laugh.)

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68. “Deck the Halls,” Relient K

You know and love them from “Be My Escape” and “Sadie Hawkins Dance,” right? Now give their Christmas stuff a try and prepare to be transported back to the 2000s!

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69. “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” Little Big Town

Is it a Christmas song? Is it a church song? Is it both??? Who’s to say really, but your rotation of X-Mas tunes could use another dash of country regardless.

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70. “Man With the Bag,” Jessie J

Admit it: You’ve probably have slept on Jessie J’s music career throughout the 2010s. Make up for that by streaming this classy, quality, party-worthy song during Christmas time when it counts.

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Caesars, Eldorado Complete Merger

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One of the biggest names in the casino and entertainment industry is growing larger. Caesars Entertainment, Inc. announced that Eldorado Resorts has completed its acquisition of Caesars Entertainment Corporation. The transaction creates the largest casino and entertainment company in the U.S.A.

This transaction further enhances Caesars’ position as the leading regional and destination gaming operator in the U.S. The combined company owns and operates more than 55 casino properties worldwide, including an iconic portfolio of eight casino hotel properties on the Las Vegas Strip, highlighted by the legendary Caesars Palace.

Additionally, Caesars owns or operates casinos in 16 states across the U.S., including Nevada, Colorado, Missouri, Iowa, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Arizona, North Carolina, California and Maryland.

“We are pleased to have completed this transformative merger, thus making us the premier leader in gaming and hospitality,” Tom Reeg, CEO of Caesars Entertainment, Inc. said in a statement. “We look forward to executing on the numerous opportunities ahead to create value for all stakeholders.

“Additionally, we are pleased to welcome all of our Team Members to the combined company, and we look forward to implementing all of the strategic initiatives that will position the company for continued growth.”

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William Hill Moving In

As part of this epic agreement, venerable British bookmaker William Hill is taking over operation of all of the Caesars sportsbook properties. William Hill had a previous agreement in place to operate the sportsbooks at all Eldorado properties.

Founded in 1934, William Hill is to sports betting what Caesars is to casino and resort living. No online sportsbook app permeates the U.S. market as efficiently and effectively as William Hill.

Last week, William Hill entered into a multi-year agreement with ESPN. The new deal includes link integrations from ESPN’s digital platforms to sportsbooks from William Hill as Caesars Entertainment’s sports betting partner. The deal comes shortly after William Hill became the exclusive sports betting operator for Caesars Entertainment, following the merger with Eldorado Resorts.

Link integrations to William Hill’s sports betting apps, geo-targeted to legalized sports betting states, will appear on ESPN.com web and mobile web and the ESPN Fantasy app.

“ESPN is one of the pre-eminent brands in sports, Ulrik Bengtsson, Group Chief Executive Officer of William Hill, said in a statement. “Tens of millions of fans will now have a direct link to our sports betting apps and odds.

“Giving ESPN users this access will accelerate our leadership, as we continue to expand in the US.”

As part of the new agreement, Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill will also become a sponsor of ESPN’s Fantasy products, deepening an existing relationship as ESPN’s exclusive odds provider. The news follows an expanded content collaboration with ESPN and the recent launch of ESPN’s Las Vegas studio at the Caesars-owned The LINQ Hotel + Experience.

“With Caesars utilizing odds from William Hill’s sports betting data, we are able to deliver content in new and innovative ways,” Mike Morrison, ESPN’s Vice President of Business Development and Innovation, said in a statement. “Our multi-dimensional relationship is a testament to the growth and opportunity in the sports betting space.”

Since becoming Caesars Entertainment’s exclusive sports betting partner a month ago, William Hill has opened 12 branded sports books at Caesars’ properties in Nevada, Iowa, and most recently, New Jersey. Pending regulatory approval, the remaining sports books across the Caesars portfolio will be rebranded in the coming weeks as Caesars Sports Book by William Hill. Once this changeover is fully completed, William Hill will operate in more than 170 retail locations across 13 states.

“As our exclusive sports betting operator, William Hill has added immediate value to Caesars Entertainment’s portfolio of properties nationally,” Reeg said. “Our new agreement with ESPN, as the largest provider in sports content, completes what is sure to be a momentous partnership in gaming and sports wagering.”

Pending the completion of the Eldorado-Caesars merger and William Hill’s previously announced proposed acquisition of CG Technology, more commonly known as Cantor, the company will further expand their Nevada position, adding 15 locations. Many of these locations are on the Las Vegas Strip, providing William Hill a leading sports book presence in this iconic location for the first time.

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Best Places to Date in Vegas

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When you’re dating in Las Vegas, there are so many options that will make it easy to plan the perfect daytime get-together or romantic evening. But knowing the best places to go to have an unforgettable time with your date is the first step. Check out our list below to start generating some ideas that are sure to impress!

Movies and Dining at The Eclipse Theater

If you and your date are up for a classic dinner and a movie, check out the Eclipse Theater, where you can enjoy food, wine, and cocktails while you watch the movie. And if you want to really impress your date, opt for the VIP Prime seats, which provide you with a call button to get your server whenever you want. Plus, there’s also a lounge and outdoor patio where you can spend time chatting and getting to know each other better before or after the film. Basically, if you want to go beyond a regular old movie theater, and you want to enjoy a luxury experience for a change, definitely check out this venue in downtown Las Vegas. 

Hiking at Red Rock Canyon

Sure, you can chat, flirt & date online with singles from your area, but if you want to really get to know someone, heading out into the great outdoors for a day of adventure is a great way to see if you’re truly compatible. And a beautiful place to do just that is the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. It boasts many hiking trials that you and your date can choose from, or you can opt to take a scenic drive instead. Just don’t forget to pack food so you can enjoy a quiet picnic together while enjoying the fresh air and scenery.

Playtime at VR Adventures

Another great date night idea when you’re in Las Vegas is VR Adventures, where you can go to play and have fun with virtual reality games. Simply choose from the different simulations that are available, such as being able to fight zombies, drive a race car, make your way through a haunted house, or go flying through the sky like a superhero. If you have been chatting with someone who’s located nearby on https://meetville.com/catalog/us/ca/95278/woman, this can be an exciting first date that will have you both laughing in no time. Plus, it’s a great way to break the ice and feel comfortable around each other when meeting in person for the first time.

Gondola Rides at The Venetian

Head to The Venetian to experience a romantic gondola ride, much like you would be able to do in Venice, Italy. A gondolier will sing while taking you on a journey that you are sure to remember, whether you choose the indoor ride or the outdoor ride. Relax as you take in the scenery that surrounds you as you make your way along the Grand Canal, with its lovely bridges, balconies, and cafes. 

So Many Amazing Places to Choose From!

When you’re in Las Vegas, it’s all about experiencing life to the fullest, and making the most of every date, whether you’re on your first date with someone or you have been together for a while. With so many different places to go and things to do, you’ll always have options and you’ll never get bored. So, go ahead and plan the perfect date night that’s sure to impress!

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Online slots guide: best games and tips for players

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Slots are the most popular games in both online casinos. They attract users by the high payouts level, great design and the ability to win a huge jackpot that can reach millions of dollars. Slot machines are also easy to play. You don’t need to learn complicated rules. Just choose the game you like and online casino Canada real money.

Slots machines are numerous. Dozens of developers work on slots to provide the best software for online casino users. As an inspiration they use various topics, including ancient mythologies, comics, movies, fairy tales, historical events, games etc.

Slots also may have different bonuses, additional rounds, jackpots and other features. The more money you can win, the more popular games are.

Playing slot machines online: brief instructions for players

It’s really easy to play slots. Still, there are a few things you should know before spinning the reels:

  1. Most games have a wide range of betting options. You can choose not only the actual amount of coins you want to use on one spin, but also the coin denomination. It means it’s possible to gamble online with both low or high budget.
  2. Even with small bets you can still win big. Slot machines have winning combinations that pay x5000 and even x10 000 to your initial bet amount.
  3. Playing slots isn’t only about money. It’s also fun and entertaining. You’ll always find the game that will appeal you most.
  4. Slot machines may have a various number of paying lines. Some games don’t have lines at all, just the ways to win a prize.

Playing slots online you’ll enjoy quality graphics, unique game design and huge wins that can reach tens thousands of dollars and more.

How do slot machines work?

Every game has its unique features, but most slot machines are built in the same way. There are the reels you can spin that create a game field. Each cell on the reel contains a place for a symbol. If 3 or more symbols (sometimes even 2) create a paying combination, you get a win.

To start gambling you should choose the number of lines to use, in case they’re not fixed, and then make your bet. After that, just use “Spin” button. There is usually a possibility to play online in automatic mode. You choose how many times you’d like to spin the reels at a certain bet level and than click on “Start”.

Slots give players lots of winning opportunities. They have special symbols like Scatter and Wild to increase your wins, unique features that deliver valuable prizes and bonus rounds where you can win free spins or cash rewards. Some games also have a risk game and a free spins round that is triggered by Scatter images.

How to find a good online slot machine?

Every software developer has its own style. Providers design games trying to meet users’ needs, but the fact is that everyone has own preferences. That’s why you have to decide what do you like. There are slots which:

  • offer incredible 3D graphics and animation;
  • have classic 3-reel design that resembles old Vegas machines;
  • use mostly fruits as paying symbols;
  • give you a chance to win huge jackpot;
  • have random special features.

It’s also important to pick the game that will be fun to play. Just think about a couple of topics you’re interested in and choose slot machines accordingly. But don’t forget about winning opportunities. Make sure the game you’ve selected has a high Return to Player rate.

Top slots to play online

Games may become popular for several reasons, but mostly because of high payouts. That’s why lots of gamblers choose Thunderstruck II slot to play online. Its highest payout reaches an incredible 2 400 000 coins amount, which is a huge sum of money. The game doesn’t have lines. It uses 243 ways to win instead. Apart from big prizes, Thunderstruck II has amazing graphics and engages users utilizing a popular mythological and movie character Thor.

Another game you should definitely try is Mega Moolah. This is probably one of the most played slot machines ever. It also holds the record for the biggest jackpot in the industry. A luck gambler has won more than 21 000 000 dollars! Since the jackpot is progressive, it increases again and again the more players make bets and spin the reels.

One more jackpot game that has managed to attract lots of online casino users is Mega Fortune Mega. With the second biggest payout ever (almost 20 million dollars), it’s right after Mega Moolah in the rating of the best-paying slot machines. The game has a wheel of fortune bonus round that is used to determine the player who’ll receive a progressive payout.

Slots don’t always have to offer millions of dollars to engage a lot of users. The game should also be entertaining. If you like movies and books about vampires, Immortal Romance is the slot machine you should definitely try.

Gambling industry offers players lots of slots to choose from. They’re entertaining, they have amazing graphics and give you a chance to win a lot of money. Just try to spin the reels online and you’ll see how fun it is.

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