Break out the colored eggs and chocolate bunnies because Easter long weekend has finally arrived and it’s time to bounce into spring. However, since many are self-isolating and not leaving the house, it’s a darn good thing a few promotions were announced today to keep us well-entertained without having to step outside.
First of all, a reminder that now all latest U.S. online casino bonus codes are in one place because this is something readers have been requesting for ages. So those wanting to see every offer available should go poke around, bookmarking the page to return often and stay current on incentives, as it’s continuously updated throughout the week.
For now, a few new signup deals stood out from the rest, primarily one from vigorously-reviewed Red Stag giving a 400% welcome match up to $800 for anyone registering before April 19th, 2020. The extra loot even comes with a fat stack of 125 spins for Vampire Vixen Slots, possessing a reasonable rollover requirement of 50x before winnings can be withdrawn. Special password
BITESTHEDUST triggers the goodies to be automatically issued into accounts.
Some players like to collect as much gratis cash as possible when first joining an operator and Desert Nights has them covered with a 175% “Hello Match” up to $6,000 if tying up a camel there before April 24th. Just enter code
EASTER-20 to release the funds when making transfers of $25 or more, then get to work on clearing the respectable 30x wagering obligation.
Afterwards, hop on over and get Miami Club No Deposit Spins, 50 being extended for Tailgate Blitz to quench thirst for professional football action (on reels). There’s a max cashout of $150 on the complimentary tugs, but with a smaller rollover of 40x it’s still a great way to try their site without risk. Enter
TBMA8 before April 29th to scoop them into virtual, wicker egg baskets.
Loads more offers are posted on the aforementioned live promo page so check it out to play online slots for free or stretch budgets further and get the most out of a dollar. Just don’t fill up on chocolate before visiting – there are already more than enough treats to feast on for Easter!