Every machine on this stock is a stock photo. If it says something specific it does not mean it will come that way. For example if the machine says- 2 credit on the glass you may receive a 3 credit. We have too many options to choose from. If you want something specific you must call or email us after the purchase so we can prepare your machine that way. We try not to be too specific due to our inventory changing so much. Please call with any questions. Due to the amount of machines we stock. Almost all of the machines you will see on the site are stock photos. We always send videos of your exact machine after its purchased and the technicians refurbish them. We just have too many machines to list on the site. Remember just because its not on the site it does not mean we do not have it in stock. We have created several YouTube videos so that you can see examples of how Casino Slot Machines function. All slot machines are professionally packaged to ensure the safety of your machine – We have hundreds of refurbished slot machines that are not listed on our site. Ask us about discounted multi-line machines. Its important to know as a customer that you are purchasing a used machine. You can not purchase brand new machines they only sell them directly to the casino and they’re extremely expensive. We do our best to restore them to full potential so that they’re nice for your house or casino. AT&T, the AT&T Logo and all AT&T related marks are trademarks of AT&T Inc. or AT&T affiliated companies. All other marks contained herein are the property of their respective owners. Thanks for all the replies. Would love to walk into a store and buy one but the closest one (i think) is about 110 miles away. I don't mind the drive as long as they have a decent selection. The place is Rocky Mountain Slots. Any insights on them? Buying a used slot machine in the United States is a lot more complicated than you might think. Not only do you have to locate the gaming machine, but you have to pay for expensive shipping costs. Also, you’ll need to know whether it is illegal or not to own a slot machine in your state. The last thing you need is to have local and state law enforcement show up to confiscate your gaming machine and assess a stiff fine–or worse, threaten a jail sentence. Finding a used slot machine vendor online is the easy part. With a minimal amount of research, gaming memorabilia collectors can find countless Internet vendors: a small list includes Slot Machines Unlimited, Slot Machines USA, Old Time Slots, LA Slot Machines Co., Bright’s Antique Slot Machines, San Diego Antique Slot Machines, and Wee Chin Electric Machinery Inc. Those who don’t want to shop at outlets they are not familiar with can try the biggest online markets. While Amazon does not seem to have many casino slot machines for sale, EBay is a gold mine for such transactions. Besides price and availability of gaming machines, potential buyers should not overlook the gaming laws of their home state. Outside of the 1961 Wire Act, the 1992 PASPA law, and the 2006 UIGEA law, the U.S. federal government allows states to decide most gambling laws. Slot machine collectors do not need to be concerned about national laws against gaming machine ownership, but they do need to be cognizant of state and local gaming laws. Largely, the state gaming laws matter. For that reason, most of this article focuses on state laws regarding slot machine ownership. All 50 States and the District of Columbia have their own laws on slot machine ownership. You might wonder why states legislators would care, but if a person cannot own a slot machine, they won’t get the temptation to open their own gaming parlor. Also, some lawmakers don’t want people enjoy the one-armed bandits at home. They would prefer you play the slots at brick-and-mortar casinos, where gamblers pay local businesses and state treasuries to entertain them. Below, I have categorized the states according to the type of slot machine ownership laws they have passed. This should make it easy to browse and find out whether your state allows you to own the gaming machine of your dreams. To allow people to browse easier and quickly find shorts list of banned, legal, and restricted sales of slot machines, below I break down the categories. Americans believe in the decentralization of power and the concept of checks and balances, so the United States of America is a patchwork of jurisdictions. Most gambling laws are handled at the state level and state’s rights are often championed by local citizens. That is good for the people of the country, because it keeps corrupting power out of a relatively few hands. But it is bad when it comes to trying to understand the gambling laws state-by-state. Connecticut is a gambling-friendly state, known for its two massive tribal gaming casinos: Foxwoods Resort and Mohegan Sun. Connecticut might have anti-ownership laws for slot machines to protect their native gambling industry. The twelve states listed below have no such restrictions. It might not seem strange to see that Nevada has no such restrictions, since Las Vegas and Reno are gambling-friendly. What might seem strange is to see Utah, where all gambling is illegal, has no such restrictions. Texas and Arkansas, which hardly are gaming capitals, also have no restrictions. Kentucky, which usually features its horse racing industry over casino gambling, does not ban the ownership of slots. When many of these laws were written, the 25-year rule meant that owners would be collecting mechanical slot machines, instead of the EGMs used in casinos these days. Note that several of the states listed are gaming-heavy states: California, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and the state of Washington. Some simply tend to have liberal laws. In the case of Colorado, a slot machine has to have been produced before 1984 in order to be legally purchased. The early-to-mid 1980s is when slot machines stopped being built with mechanical reels and instead were designed as electronic game boxes with microchips and video screens. Therefore, Colorado gaming law restricts sales to vintage machines with mechanical reels.