December 3rd, 2015
It’s the most wonderful time of the year once again, and Casino Room wants to brighten it up even more for their customers with their ‘31 days of Xmas’ promotion.
During the month of December, all the way up to the new year, players can open a gift that becomes available at 00:00 CET every single morning. Opening those gifts is a visual delight, as Casino Room has created a sleek and appealing interactive Advent-style calendar that really conveys the spirit of the season. Every morning, that day’s gift package shows up on the proper calendar space and starts jumping about, inviting users to click and open it to receive their reward.
The design of the giveaway page evokes a serene winter’s evening in the country, with a wooded background image covered in fresh snow and littered by twinkling lights. At the center of this page is the calendar itself, green with a subtle holiday pattern bordered by strings of fir intermingled with ornaments. A wintery script laying out the title of the promotion sits up top, while animated snowdrifts and candy canes complete the festive motif.
Once users open their package by clicking on it within the date box, that day’s gift is revealed. Unlike many similar promotions, Casino Room has stepped up the variety of gifts beyond the traditional free spins and deposit bonuses. While those rewards are certainly part of the promotion, the casino is also giving away things like gift vouchers, direct cash, and even iPhones!
Conveniently, Casino Room is upfront about the requirements necessary to earn each reward. Once a gift is opened, players receive the necessary promotional code, the wagering requirements they must meet to earn the reward, and, if applicable, details on the timeframe in which they can expect to receive their gift. If users new to the promotion want to get a feel for the nature of the giveaway, they can click on any of the previous dates on the calendar and be fully debriefed on what others had already received.
Despite superficial similarities to promotions run by other casinos, a number of elements even beyond the gift variety set Casino Room’s promotion apart. First off, it doesn’t end on Christmas Day, extending all the way through to December 31; taking customers clear through to the dawn of 2016. This allows the casino to keep players excited and upbeat in that odd lull between Boxing Day and the New Year. The other things that sets it apart is their inclusion of leaderboard-style rewards, which are based on the increased gamification of gambling.
It’s still early in December, which means there is plenty of time left for interested punters to collect their share of goodies, and because Casino Room unlocks the newest gift at the very start of each new day, players can experience a little taste of Christmas morning every single day for the entire month! Those looking to kick off the Christmas season in style should head to Casino Room today to get started!
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