I'm generally something of a low roller, however I decided to deposit a little bit more this time around due to the better than average wagering requirement of just 25x the bonus amount. I actually went over to the casino just now to double check my memory was correct here because this page does state the wager as being 25x deposit PLUS bonus, which would equate to a much less attractive 37.5x the bonus amount. Turns out my memory is correct and the wager stated on this page is incorrect, however UK players can also claim an even more attractive deposit £10, play with £50 deal with a 35x wager at the moment too.
So I began playing with my £150 starting balance, but soon noticed my wager requirement was not reducing in the "My Account" section. I figured maybe I was looking in the wrong place or there was a delay between spinning and the page being updated, but live chat soon pointed me in the direction of the "restricted games" list which sadly includes several of my favourites including Thunderstruck 1 & 2, Dead or Alive and Secret of the Stones. How some of these games were chosen isn't clear as many of them aren't common inclusions on such lists? Why on earth is "Keno" included for example?! Or Drive - Multiplier Mayhem?
When I started playing the right games my wagering requirement did finally begin to reduce as it should, but there definitely was a delay inbetween spinning and the page reflecting the actual amount outstanding so I would recommend double checking if this is still the case if you are lucky enough to get to the point where you wish to make a withdrawal but need to finish off a chunk of wagering first.
For me, I was not so lucky. I'm fairly sure this isn't the casinos fault, but I was just SO unlucky here no matter which game I chose to play. I did have a few decent hits which rescued me from going broke at points, but not once did I actually manage to get above my starting balance. That's been a recurring theme when I've played at Unibet in the time since too, which again, I understand the way on-line slots work and realise the very most that Unibet could have to do with this is that they MIGHT choose the lower RTP setting on some of their games which providers give the casino a choice of - I've heard Play'N'Go do offer a choice of RTP levels, for example.
Whatever the case might be, I had terrible luck with this bonus and despite returning to Unibet many times over the months since I just can't seem to catch a break there. I do recommend this bonus though, and especially the 400% version currently available to UK players too.