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20 Inspiring Slot Machine Tattoos

From the early days of one-armed bandits to modern video slots, casino games, and Vegas pop-culture, body art has always been popular.

Do you feel lucky? People have been tattooing their favorite coin machines for different reasons. Some have tattooed one because of massive wins, while others choose to immortalize their love for pokies regardless of success. Whatever it is, fruit slots seem to be the most popular.

Since slot machines come in different shapes and sizes, slot machine tattoo designs vary. Many players have tattooed Lady Luck over triple 7s, while others have chosen jackpots with flames shooting out the top. There are plenty of crazy slot machine tattoo designs out there, and we’ve compiled a list of the top ones that can serve as your inspiration.

Note: If you wish to find the best money slot design for you, review this website for some ideas.

True Love Slot Machine

Minimalistic coin tattoo on a player’s rib cage that portrays the true love for slots. Features a tiny coin machine with a winning combination.

Artist: unknown. Source:

777 Jackpot Tat

A small tattoo on the arm displaying a jackpot. The one-armed bandit has the lever pulled up and a 7-7-7 combination. To the right side, small flames shoot out of the jackpot slot.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Lucky 7 Slot Tattoo

A Lucky 7 slot tat on the right arm. Displays 7-7-7.
Artist: Organic Ink Tattoo. Source:

Evil Slot Machine Tat

This one most likely displays the dark side of coin machines. Located on a player’s ribcage and stomach.

Artist: Nick Baxter. Source:

Flaming Slot Arm Tattoo

A full sleeve slot tattoo portraying a grotesque slot machine. The level is a skeleton spine and head. The winning combination displays three scary jokers.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Realistic Forearm Slots Tat

A black-and-white forearms slot tat and the famous Las Vegas sign.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Wrist Slot Game Tattoo

A slot tat displaying a date of the player’s win (17-07-2001).

Artist: unknown. Source:

Forever Winning Coin Machine Tat

Old-school colored tattoo displaying a coin machine. The slot has the words Forever Winning written on top alongside black-and-white wings.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Jackpot Biceps Slot Game Tattoo

A jackpot machine tattoo on the right bicep. Displays an old-school pokie with a jackpot combination 7-7-7. At the bottom, there’s a magnifying glass over golden coins.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Mommy Slot Tat on Arm

Shows a slot with a winning combination that says, MOMMY. Right below it is the jackpot won - $1,231,941.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Play to Lose Vegas Slot Machine Tattoo

A coin machine tattooed on the arm. Displays a cherry-bell-7 combination and the words Play to Lose at the top. Flames and coins are shooting out of the bottom.

Artist: Jonny Wogan. Source:

Minimalistic Ice Cream Coin Machine Tat

minimalistic coin machine tattoo on the arm. Small ice cream cones are coming out of the coin tray.

Artist: Wan Tattooer. Source:

Arm Slot Tattoo

Minimalistic colored tattoo on the arm of a coin machine. Displays a 13-13-13 combination that’s been struck out. Casino chips are flying out of the coin tray.

Artist: Dave Tedder. Source:

Arm Wraparound Coin Machine Tat

A wraparound realistic slot machine tattoo. Displays a 7-7-7 winning combination.
Artist: Chris Colbert. Source:

Lucky 7s Slot Jackpot Arm Tat

Displays the Lucky 7s slot tattoo with a winning combination of 7-7-7. Located on the forearm.

Artist: Joey Hamilton. Source:

FTW Arm Slots Tattoo

Minimalistic old-school slot game tattoo on the arm. Displays a 4-8-3 combination and F.T.W (for the win) at the top.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Just One More Arm Slot Tat

A few real tats that combine slots and cards. The winning combination displayed is 7-cherry-7.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Electrifying Coin Machine Tattoo

Portrays a coin machine with a diamond lever. Located on the right side of the chest. Lightning shoots out of the bottom near the coin tray with coins flying.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Cole Slot Machine Tat

A realistic slot machine tattoo done on the arm. It shows a 7-7-7 win at the top and the name Cole at the bottom.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Vintage One-Armed Bandit Arm Tattoo

Displays a black-and-white vintage-style mini-tat. Located on the arm.

Artist: unknown. Source:

666 Coin Machine Bicep Arm Tat

Colorful slot machine located on the bicep. Displays 6-6-6 as a winning combination.

Artist: unknown. Source:

Casino 324 Half-Sleeve Slot Tattoo

A vintage slot machine tattoo on the arm. Displays 3-2-4 as the winning combination. Misspelled casino (cacino) at the top. Coins are coming out of the tray.
Artist: unknown. Source:

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