The inclusion of a couple of other possibilities such as Amazon vouchers is interesting I guess, but you have to wonder how many people who have just deposited at a casino to play some slots wouldn’t just prefer a £10 casino bonus to spin the reels…? I mean sure, if they were offering an iPad or something else of real value then I could understand this but for a measly £10 voucher it definitely seems like an odd choice, especially as there is no regular deposit match or free spin type new player welcome promotion offered here alongside this mega wheel offer.
The wagering requirements are set at 65x, but this applies to the winnings from your free spins and not the value of the spins themselves. Ten free spins on Gonzo are worth £2, but if, like me you win £45 from those ten spins then your wagering jumps up to almost £3,000 or at least, it would do, if it wasn’t for the other crazy clause attached to this bonus. The casino caps winnings from their “Mega wheel” at just £8 for each ten spins awarded, so my £45 win was reduced to less than 20% of its previous size, with a matching reduction in wagering down to just £520.
The whole thing was complicated further due to me having an existing balance from a no deposit bonus, which I was initially told would cap my first withdrawal to £50 in spite of the fact I had now made a deposit as well. When my balance was adjusted in light of the bizarre £8/10 spins rule though, my existing balance became subject to the wagering requirements being imposed on my winnings from the Mega Wheel, so the whole thing was really quite messy indeed.
I really think the terms and conditions attached to bonuses at this casino stink quite badly and wouldn’t recommend anyone bothers trying for a decent hit on this Mega Wheel promotion. It wouldn’t surprise me if the top prizes are basically never awarded, either.