After checking the terms and conditions surrounding the wagering requirement I decided to deposit a little extra and make it £50 for a £100 starting balance, which I figured would make it a little easier to beat the 50x wager of a total of £2,500. Turning over your balance 25x is never easy or guaranteed, but it’s definitely somewhat doable if you break up your high variance slotting with some lower variance games and a few table games when they are permitted.
The list of terms and conditions for this bonus is suspiciously short and I remember deciding to contact support at the time to double check there wasn’t another page with a longer set of general promotional terms and conditions. Sure enough, the main terms and conditions page does contain a number of additional caveats although surprisingly there is no big list of prohibited games or anything like that.
The biggest thing from my point of view is the limit of £500 on accumulated winnings obtained whilst playing with this bonus. Considering you pay just £25 to receive the maximum £50 bonus, that doesn’t seem like a bad figure in some ways; on the other hand, I started my session with a balance of £100 and one single decent hit on one of my favourite games could easily pay out much more than the maximum permitted withdrawal. On this occasion I didn’t ever come close to my balance reaching £500, but I really hate that so many seemingly trustworthy and fair casinos are starting to add terms such as this to their bonuses at the moment.
Nevertheless I got a lot of playtime for my money at Vegas Casino and a 200% bonus is always generous. Therefore, I do definitely recommend this promotion… just cross your fingers you don’t end up winning TOO much! (Never thought I’d end up saying that…)