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catapultaudio 146 reviews
United Kingdom
Reviewed on September 30, 2019


This was a tough bonus to decide how to play, not least because of the enormous 300 free spins on offer as well as the 100% match bonus – you can apparently receive the full 300 spins for a minimum deposit of just £10, and they even allow you to play the spins on a handful of games including Gonzos Quest, rather than the much less attractive options of Aloha! Or Starburst, where the spins are worth literally half as much. 300 spins on Gonzos Quest is worth £60 at minimum bet, so it would initially seem that if making a profit is all you care about – and I’m a gambler, so lets face it, it probably is – your best bet would be to just deposit the minimum and hope for the best with the spins.

I’ll talk some more about the stuff in the “negatives” box below, but first I want to say I had a great time playing with this bonus! When I realized the free spin terms weren’t as fantastic as I had initially hoped I went with an average £50 deposit, £100 starting balance, £4,000 wagering requirement, and had an awesome weekend of play for such a relatively small amount of money. My balance just went up and down crazily the whole time, worrying I was going to go to broke to suddenly having an enormous balance and wishing I could withdraw right away, over and over again. I tried a whole bunch of new games too including a bunch of generic sounding slots that turned out to be really quite great, most notably Phoenix Fire – Power Reels.


Unfortunately, after consulting the terms and conditions things those free spin terms got a little more complicated. For a start, the spins are awarded at a rate of 30 per day over the next ten days after making your first deposit. I could handle that alone – just log in every day, play my 30 spins, then wait til the next day, then see how I’ve done a week and a half later…. (yawn, why do casinos do this???). But I also notice another BIG T&C caveat.. a clause that states the maximum withdrawal from the free spins is just £100. You have to assume that’s for the whole lot across the entire ten days, not per day, so even if I was to get super lucky with my free spins I might well end up forfeiting a tonne of the profits when it came to withdrawing anyway.

As for the match bonus itself, well the maximum bonus of £300 is definitely generous, and the 40x bonus wagering requirement is basically industry standard, so that’s fair enough. There is a bunch of banned games though, including my beloved Dead or Alive and its recent successor (inventively named Dead or Alive 2, funnily enough…) as well as a bunch of other games, some of which don’t appear to make much sense to me. It’s nice to have the option of playing some table games for a while whilst still contributing to wagering, but with contribution percentages of just 5-10%, it makes you wonder why they bother even allowing it really.

As usual, you won’t get the bonus if you deposit via Skrill or Neteller, so don’t fall for that one…. You’ll be stuck claiming the less generous 2nd deposit bonus instead if you do, as I’ve never had any luck getting a casino to manually add the 1st deposit bonus after the mistake has already been made.

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