For many people the thrill of playing slot machines to see the right reels line up to give a winning combination. An inexpensive way to bring the excitement home without all the costs and risks of online gambling is purchasing your own used slot machine or used video poker machine.
There are a variety of used slot machines that can be found on the internet, from vintage Mills & Jennings machines to newer Bally, IGT, Williams and Konami machines. Depending on what you are looking for, you can choose from hundreds of used slot machines or video poker machines.
Antique slots can range in price from $699 – $5500. Manufacturers of these machines are Mills, Jennings, Watling, Pace and Bally MEGAGAME from the early 1930’s through the late 1970’s. Antiques can come in two forms, fully mechanical and electro-mechanical. Both styles are great fun to play in your home game room because they give you true one armed bandit action. Put in a coin, pull the lever and with each win comes the clanking of coins.
Additionally, antique slots give you a centerpiece of discussion or a great show piece for your game room or just nice furniture for your home.
The price difference in antique slots are based on a few things. Obviously, the first is age and condition. Then next is how does it function? Is it fully mechanical or electro mechanical. Does it work at all? Some of the later style antiques are considered electro mechanical machines, a combination of both electronic and mechanical, where the prior machines are all mechanical.
When purchasing an antique slot machine, make sure it is functioning. If it is not functioning you should be able to purchase the machine for far less than one that is functioning. You can get your antique slots refurbished through companies like Slot Machines & More in Chandler, AZ. This can cost from $400 to $1600 depending on the amount of work needed.