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Monty Python's Spamalot Slightly Less Jackpot

Spamalot Slightly Less is a progressive slots jackpot that used to be available at online casinos that had games from Playtech. We tracked this jackpot starting from October 2013 and on average it paid $1,166 €970 £774 per win and was won every 9 hours.

This jackpot is no longer available to be won.

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Unfortunately, the Monty Python's Sapamalot Slightly Less Jackpot is the one prize you really do NOT want if you make it to the point where you have a chance to win it. That's because it is not slightly less than Monty Python's Spamalot Holy Grail, it is actually WAY less than it's bigger brother. At the time of writing, the "slightly" lower jackpot was around €770 while the apparently slightly larger jackpot came in at a whopping €1.2 million. When you get to the end of the jackpot game which is a feat in itself, this jackpot is little more than a consolation prize!

Why do we say this? Well, that's because accessing Monty Python's Sapamalot Slightly Less Jackpot and it's older, wealthier brother jackpot are won in almost identical fashion. Start things off by picking the Monty Python's Spamalot slot from Playtech and giving it a play. The goal here is to trigger the free spins bonus, which occurs when three or more scatters appear anywhere on the screen. Once that happens, you have the chance to rack up jackpot game symbols during the free spins. If five of these come up you can enter the jackpot game.

From there, it's a matter of selecting the right random symbol at six different levels before coming to the top of the mountain. Once there, you have the opportunity to win this not-so-fun consolation prize or the very big alternate, or nothing at all. You will be faced with two items and you must pick one. Pick the right one and it is up to lady luck to decide whether you win the Holy Grail or the Slightly Less jackpot. Pick the wrong item and you'll walk away without a jackpot at all. Note that higher initial wagers equate to greater chances to win the jackpots.