So I registered and contacted the support, being very satisfied when they said to me after just a few welcome words: “I will credit this bonus to you in just a moment”. Here I need to stop and say that although this bonus had a code on its AskGamblers page, you do need to contact the support to have it credited.
And now comes the big unpleasant surprise: in fact they credited my account with just 1 Euro, telling me that each Free Spin is worth 1 cent (it is counted as playing 1 payline/spin).To be more precise they told me something like this: “Be careful not to finish your spins earlier, your Free Spins are each worth 1 cent, but you may go and play whatever number of paylines you want to whatever slot you want”.
Well, it is true I could choose any slot from their casino, but not all slots from a classic Microgaming casino are present. However, from this first 1 USD played at HotInk, I made from the first or second spin 22 USD, and managed to light up 4 lasers (from 5) at TombRaider 2. For the 5th Laser I just needed about 10 spins more (I know because when I was left with 20 cents I switched to 1 payline play and got this 5th laser light up). Just that the whole win from the bonus round was a mere 3 USD or so.
So again, if you intend to play 100 free spins at Casino 440, you need to take into account that they will give the equivalent of just 1 USD! How I hate these casinos that intentionally mislead people. A few years ago some BetOnSoft Casinos were doing the same thing, offering some tens on Free Spins at 1 cent each spin and that time I told myself that I will never ever enter a BetOnSoft casino. But this is another story, for another time.