Three weeks of excitement await players at the unique Mr Green casino – this casino has just started running its Halloween promotion, which in actual fact consists of 3 different offers, and apart from the numerous cash prizes that are up for grabs, one lucky winner will get to spend a night on the most haunted cruise ship: The Queen Mary!
For a chance to win a Travel Prize Package to Long Beach California for your stay on board the Queen Mary, you can participate in any one of the promotions that will be held by Mr Green. The first one, called ‘Safety First’, has just started. To play for your share of £4,000, follow the below steps between the 8th and the 10th of October:
Full Steam Ahead
Between the 11th of October and the 12th of October, your task will be to complete the below missions with a minimum bet of £0.50 per spin:
Another share of £4,000 awaits the top 50 players on the leaderboard.
Finally, on the 13th and the 14th October, all the action will take place on the adventurous Wild Seas slot. Head over to Mr Green and play this game on these dates to collect your points! A £3,000 prize pool awaits the winners of this promotion
Yes, this is for real! At the end of this promotion, one player will win a ghostly experience including return flights for two to Los Angeles, 5 nights accommodation in the city and 2 nights inside the B340 Suite, the most haunted room on the Queen Mary! Of course, the package comes complete with dinner, breakfast, a ghost tour, private transfers and even £2,000 in spending money!
To be in with a chance of winning this trip, you simply have to play a minimum of 200 real-money spins on any of the games selected for the above 3 promotions. You’ll get an entry for the draw with every 200 rounds played, so that whilst you’re completing the missions for all three promotions, you’ll also be playing for your chance to win this awesome trip!
The draw will be held live at 19:00 CEST on the 2nd November from Mr Green’s Evolution Blackjack Table 1.
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