Some games you see the name and automatically know what is in store and Stickers left us guessing; it turns out to be a colourful, well designed game with some great sticky stickers that will amuse and reward at the same time

Stickers has 20 Paylines and 5 reels that are three symbols high and contain fruit and number symbols along with symbols that are sticky, hence the name of the game, that will reward you well and have you coming back for more.

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Game Features

Paylines: All 20 are always in play

Coin Value: £0.01-£1.00

Coins per Line: 1-10

Autoplay: 10-1000

Other: Quick Spin and Left Hand Modes available


Payouts in Stickers are made according to the Paytable; the most rewarding symbol in normal play is the Strawberry symbol which will give you a win that is 400 times your stake per line

Bonus Features

The game has one great feature which is the Red Spade wild symbol which not only substitutes for all other symbols, but when it lands, it will stick on the screen and cause and instant re-spin where any new wins made are added to your wins from the previous spin. If another wild symbol appears on the re-spin, all wilds are held and another re-spin takes place. This will keep on happening until no more sticky wild symbols drop.

Reel Symbols

  • Red Spade...this symbol is wild and substitutes for all other symbols
  • Strawberry
  • Orange
  • Kiwi
  • Blueberry
  • 10-A



Stickers has an average payout RTP of 96.69%


The Stickers slot is a NetEnt slot game.

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