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No-Deposit Jimi Hendrix Free Spins at GDay Casino

Published on 27 April 2016 by Rachel


GDay CasinNo Deposit Jimi Hendrix Free Spins at GDay CasinooGDay casino’s no-deposit free spins just got a whole lot cooler! Sign up with GDay Casino and get 50 free spins on either of the two NetEnt Rocks! Slots, featuring Guns ‘n’ Roses and Jimi Hendrix. Welcome to the jungle!

No-Deposit Jimi Hendrix Free Spins for New Players

New GDay players are being treated to 50 free spins, no deposit needed, on the two most highly anticipated games this year – the Guns ‘n’ Roses and the Jimi Hendrix slots that are the first two instalments of the NetEnt Rocks! trilogy.

Use your free spins to enjoy these specially crafted video slots, which include graphics related to these two leading figures in the world of rock ‘n’ roll and their most popular tracks. The only thing better than these legendary slots is the chance to play them for free!

Crikey that’s a welcome!

GDay Casino wants to starts its new players off on the right foot and is offering a very generous welcome bonus to get them started.

Aside from your 50 free spins – which have been extended to two of the most popular slots available – GDay will also fully match your first deposit, however large or small it may be. That’s right – new players will have their first deposit doubled, no limits.

GDay Casino is not done with you yet. That fully matched first deposit will also net you 200 free spins on select NetEnt games. How’s that for a warm welcome?

A drink to you from GDay Casino

Our friends Down Under have a bit of a reputation for being the life of the party and GDay casino is sending some of that liquid cheer to select players. If you live in the UK, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa, Gday will send you a pack of 24 beers to celebrate your first deposit of €100 or more. Now that’s customer service!

If you don’t live in these areas, don’t worry. You haven’t been forgotten. While you may not be sipping a free cold one, you do get €25 credited to your account instead. Not a bad deal, even if it does mean having to buy your own beer.


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