Big Bonus Blizzard Blows into Casino.com Online Casino
When it’s nice and sunny down here in the southern hemisphere, we sometimes forget that in the other half of the world, it’s icy winds and snowy conditions that dominate the scene. Casino.com, the leading online casino, has launched a promotion that should warm the hearts of all its players, no matter where they happen to be in the world. A Bonus Blizzard has blown into the site and there are some great rewards to be had as a result. Play at Casino.com online casino from now until Sunday, December 24th, 2017, and you could be celebrating a Christmas that you’ll never forget.
After asking if you’ve been “naughty or nice”, Casino.com admits that “we don’t care”.
The online casino says that it will be “giving away a sleigh load of big bonuses, sweet spins, rockin’ reloads and plenty more to filly our stockings with, every single day!”
How to Win Big Blizzard Bonus Prizes
To find out what their daily prizes are, players need to head to Casino.com and shake the Bonus Blizzard snow glob.
“Jingle your bells with joy at your daily reward,” players are told.
Each day of the promotion, players shake the snow globe in order to discovering their daily prize. Only one gift a day can be claimed.
For example, yesterday players were offered a cracking 10% cashback up to R688 in their stocking in case luck wasn’t on their side that day.
Promotion Terms and Conditions
The promotion period for the Big Bonus Blizzard offer allows players to play the Bonus Blizzard game once per day for the 24 days of the promotion. They will receive a maximum of one bonus per day.
If players haven’t yet made their first deposit, they should claim the welcome package, after which time they can take part in the promotion.
Bonus funds have betting restrictions in place.
Cashback offers require that players play on the specific day of the offer. If the house wins, they will receive their cashback the following day.
Cashback credit is calculated on house takings from any real money funds during the promotion period.