July 12th, 2016
NetBet understands the summer heat can sometimes be a drag. To offset those woes, NetBet Casino is giving away up to 100 free spins each week to every player for 7 weeks! NetBet Casino's Summer Spins Challenge offers free spins each day of the week to players who opt in and wage at least £5 on the eligible slots that day.
The challenge kicked off this week and will run till the end of August, the 29th of August to be exact. That's 7 weeks of up to 100 free spins a week, so 700 (!!!) free spins over the next two months.
In order to be eligible for the Summer Spins Challenge, players must head over to NetBet Casino and opt in to the challenge. Once players have opted in for the challenge, their eligibility moves to their daily activity on the site's slot games.
To earn your free spins for the day, players must log in to NetBet's online casino and wager as little as £5 on one of the eligible slots. Once a player does that for the day, they are awarded 5 free spins.
If the players returns for a consecutive day - with consecutive being the key term - and fulfills the requirements already explained (wager at least £5 on one of the eligible slots), they receive a larger amount of free spins that combine with the previous day's total.
The amount of free spins awarded each day progresses with each consecutive day you fulfill the challenge requirements, meaning you can only earn the full 100 free spins if you consecutively wager at least £5 on one of the eligible slots Monday through Friday of each week.
Here's how many free spins you get per consecutive days played:
The free spins are awarded 48 hours after the end of that week's challenge and carry a 40 times wagering requirement. The length of time you have to complete the wagering requirements is shorten to just 2 days.
NetBet's Summer Spins Challenge hinges on one requirement that some might miss in the fine print: eligible slots. Although NetBet Casino offers hundreds of slot titles from some of the top suppliers in the business including games from IGT, Microgaming, and iSoftBet, the online casino is only offering NetEntertainment (NetEnt) titles as eligible slots for the challenge.
NetBet does partner with a few different suppliers to provide their extensive list of games but their actual casino is powered by NetEnt meaning the casino's relationship with that supplier is much closer than the others, so it should come as no surprise the supplier's titles are featured with this generous promotion.
Fortunately, NetEnt is known for providing some of the most popular slot titles on market and, thanks to that mutual NetEnt partnership, NetBet Casino offers a wealth of those topnotch titles, if not all of them.
Players can enjoy a wealth of NetEnt slot games while still remaining eligible for the challenge. Some of the top NetEnt games you can play for this challenge include: Gonzo's Quest, Guns N' Roses, Jack and Beanstalk, and Starburst to name a few.
So to get started on earning those weekly 100 free spins through the Summer Spins Challenge, head over to NetBet Casino now and start spinning on any eligible slot!
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