Win a 40kg Easter Egg & a 50% Bonus at Royal Panda
Published on by Adam
Easter is upon us and we’re sure you’ve got a nice little stack of Easter Eggs winging their way to you as we speak. What we doubt, however, is that any of them will be from Royal Panda and we sure as heck doubt any of them will weigh 40kg! Made from (we’re told) the world’s finest chocolate and lovingly crafted by master chocolatiers, this 40kg monstrosity will be won by one lucky Royal Panda player on the 29th March.
Get 2x 50% Bonuses from Royal Panda
The great news with this promotion is that it is open to everyone. While they won’t be dishing out monster Easter eggs to each and every player, every player at Royal Panda can get two 50% bonuses, one after another. If you’re not currently a player you can sign up through our Royal Panda review. You’ll get 10 no deposit free spins on Starburst when you first sign up- just to get you started.
50% Bonus on the 27th March at Royal Panda
Place a deposit up to €100 before 23:59 on the 27th March and you’ll soon be up to your eyeballs in free, extra bonus cash. You’ll get a 50% bonus up to a maximum of €50. Just be sure to claim your Easter Bonus when you deposit to ensure you get it.
50% Bonus on the 28th March at Royal Panda
The beautiful bonuses don’t stop there, though, as you’ll also get the chance to grab another 50% bonus the very next day. Yet again, it’ll be 50% up to €50 and you can spend your bonus however you choose. You’ll only be able to get a 50% bonus on your first deposit of the day though so choose your amount wisely.
Win a 40kg Easter Egg at Royal Panda
With your first deposit on the 27th March and your first deposit on the 28th, you’ll get one ticket into the prize draw for the daddy of all Easter Eggs when you take the 50% bonus. At midday on the 29th March, the lucky player will have their name drawn out of the hat and will soon be gorging themselves on lots of lovely chocolate.
Of course, if you don’t have a sweet tooth, we’re told that you can also opt to take €750 in cash instead- deposited into your account in withdrawable funds!