You need to drop £2,500 in to get the maximum of £1,500 in bonus funds with this third deposit bonus though so I don’t feel too bad about not taking full advantage of this part at least. I decided to go for £100 so I was playing with a balance of £160, and figured I would try some games I don’t normally play very often seeing as I hadn’t been doing so well tonight so far. Gonzos Quest wasn’t very kind to me, not even giving up a single bonus round over the course of 300 60p spins, and Rainbow Riches Pick’N’Mix wasn’t much nicer either with just a couple of the road to riches bonuses neither paying more than 40x my stake. Raging Rhino was a bit kinder, thank god, as I was betting 80p a spin on this game. An hour into my session though I was still close to losing half my balance without making much of a dent in my wagering.
The maximum bet with a bonus here is £5 like many other casinos, but I never went above £1.60 during this session… and even then I kept those spins to a minimum, just dropping ten in here and there when my balance was doing alright. Didn’t work out very well again though and despite three deposits and over £200 I wasn’t able to make a withdrawal from my play at Dream Vegas this night.
I did forget about my free spins, however, which could be played on any NetEnt slot. I did manage to get a healthy balance out of these which somehow DID eventually turn into a withdrawal, so it wasn’t a complete failure even if it was only half of what I had deposited a couple of days before. Sometimes these little extras do make a difference, but I bet this wouldn’t have happened if I was forced to play the spins on bloody Starburst, so props to Dream Vegas for allowing you to play your spins on any game!