They clearly didn’t take this concern very seriously as I’ve taken a look over at their website today and founded it to be worded in the same (in my opinion) ambiguous manner. I accept that maybe I should take this for granted being that it is fairly standard within the online casino world, but I didn’t feel it was too stupid a question to even bother asking.
Alas, there are bigger problems to worry about with this bonus anyway – a 100% match bonus with a maximum value of £300 is all well and good, but the list of games you are unable to even play using bonus funds stretches almost the entire length of my laptop screen, and theres a bunch that only have a 20% contribution percentage too.
You are also granted 50x free spins (with another 35x wager on the winnings, of course), but some parts of the website state that these spins can be used on ANY NetEnt slot, whereas other areas state that only “eligible” NetEnt slots are allowed. I didn’t manage to find any games that were not part of the “eligible” character when I came to play my spins, but I feel its definitely a point worth mentioning.
Maximum bet per spin when playing with bonus funds is capped at £5 – completely reasonable. Maximum TOTAL winnings from your free spins are capped at just £100 – that certainly is NOT reasonable considering you have to be lucky enough to beat a 35x wagering requirement in order to convert them to cash.
Overall I feel the negatives probably outweigh the positives with this particular bonus and would possibly think twice before accepting it again in the future.