The wagering requirement is on the bonus amount only, not the deposit plus bonus as mentioned here on this page, which makes it quite generous overall. It’s a shame that you can’t deposit up to £300 as you can over at sister casino William Hill though. The same maximum cashout of £2,000 applies, which is less likely to be an issue as the maximum bonus is so much smaller here. Because of this, the seven day time limit on completing the wagering is also unlikely to be an issue. I only deposited £25 myself, but did manage to make a withdrawal thanks to an awesome run of good luck on Great Blue, including a bunch of bonus rounds with the maximum 23 free spins at 10x multiplier.
There are a few (positive) rules in place here which you don’t see offered at many other casinos – a 25% contribution percentage on table games (although not on Blackjack, which counts as 5% only), as well as a range of between 50%-0% for different types of roulette bets depending on your coverage of the table. I can think of a few ways that this could be used to your advantage, although possibly not guaranteeing an EV+ outcome.
If you aren’t yet a member of this casino I would definitely recommend taking this bonus, reading the terms and conditions, and winning yourself some (possibly) easy money! 😊