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The English Premier League is back, less than a month after the World Cup final, and one particular casino is celebrating by offering two hospitality tickets to a match of choice (subject to availability). Another is running an iPad competition, with bonus spins aplenty. So, which one do you fancy?
From now until 23:59 BST on Thursday 16th August, BGO have opened the first phase of qualifying for their VIP football tickets promotion. Simply opt-in on the Matchday VIP Experience promotional page, and then wager £100 between the above timeframe to be promoted to the Winners’ Tournament.
This Winners’ Tournament takes place on Friday 17th August until Sunday 19th August at 23:59 BST, and it determines exactly who BGO will be taking to the football. Each participant will be given a set number of tournament spins (which have no real value), and their score from these rounds will make up a top 20 leaderboard.
Of course, the one who bags the most points will be handpicking their match to attend (subject to availability, otherwise alternatives will be offered). However, 19 runners-up will enjoy prizes ranging from cash to no wager spins on NetEnt’s Football: Champions Cup.
Fresh from their 5th-birthday celebration hangover, Guts aren’t wasting any time in getting another party started – with a €20,000 in total raffle to be split between 65 lucky winners (UK excluded).
Joining is simple:
The leaderboard will be updated every two days so you can check your progress, with the cash prizes given by 17:00 CEST on Thursday 30th August.
Running every promotional day from Tuesday 14th August until Thursday 16th August, players can activate a few bonuses at Casino Luck.
These treats are for three popular games – including Starburst and Cosmic Fortune by NetEnt – plus there’s also the chance to scoop a Space Gray iPad:
Any winnings from these bonuses come with x30 wagering requirements, with winners notified within 48 hours. Casino Luck reserves the right to exchange the iPad prize for €400 in cash instead.
The summer sun continues to scorch, but it’s online casino iGame that’s truly on fire with not one, not two, but three adventurous promotions which are sure to interest all ages.
From a raffle for a holiday in Prague, to weekly NetEnt slot tournaments throughout August, plus a live casino competition running until Sunday 19th, there’s plenty of casino entertainment to be had at iGame this week and beyond.
Check it out!
We brought Chanz’s London challenge to your attention recently, but as we’re more than halfway through we thought it needed a quick reminder.
In short, Chanz hide eight badges across their website every single promotional day – and for every 24 that you manage to collect before the end of Friday 24th August, you’ll be give one entry into a raffle to win €2,000 for a holiday in the British capital.
Wager free spins will also be offered to five runners-up, with some of the daily badges dishing out spins there and then too.
As part of Videoslots’ Extra Spins Bonanza for the summer, they’ve cleverly lined up one of NetEnt’s most popular slots for additional turns for a deposit.
Everyone remembers Aloha for introducing us to NetEnt’s Cluster Pays mechanic, and that’s the title Videoslots are going after. So:
Best of all, these spins are another example of a wager free bonus – so whatever you win is yours to keep!
PlayFrank are well-known for giving out weekly NetEnt spins, ranging from new releases to old-time hits.
This week, it’s their classic deposit spins deal, mixed in with an additional incentive for their Tracks and Levels reward system. Let’s start with the first:
Then, it’s NetEnt’s famed explorer Gonzo who’s still on the hunt to find El Dorado. Here’s how PlayFrank’s gamers can join the quest:
Wagering of x40 comes attached to any winnings from both offers, while the full PlayFrank casino welcome bonus needs to have been claimed before you can take part. On that note…