Christmas Trip To Germany To Be Won With Jackpot Joy
Jackpot Joy Casino players have the opportunity to win a trip for two to Germany, complete with £500 spending money, simply by staking as little as £10 on bingo or £100 on Casino games from Friday 22nd to Monday 25th November 2013.
The early luxury christmas gift will see players enter themselves into a Jackpot Joy prize draw, of which customers qualify by simply staking £10 on Bingo, £30 on Slots or £100 on Casino games from Friday 22nd to Monday 25th November 2013.
See Jackpot Joy’s website and find more information on how to win a trip to Germany in the ‘promotions’ section.
The grand prize draw will see one lucky winner notified on Tuesday 26th November, the reward being a trip for two to Cologne, Germany, along witha generous £500 spending money to shop at a popular Christmas Market, three nights’ accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis at the Barcelo City Centre and a festive evening dinner cruise on the river Rhine to get you into the christmas spirit.
Each day, 100 Winners will be selected to win 1,000 Joy points from the pool of entrants that have completed the qualifying wagering requirmements, although entrants that qualify for entry on Friday 22nd November, Saturday 23rd November and Sunday 24th November will be entered into their respective prize draws that will be held on Monday 25th November.
Multiple entries to the draws are applicable, provided that the wagering requirements to qualify are repeated.
New Jackpot Joy customers are also given access to this prize giveaway opportunity, plus the addition of a 250% free welcome bonus from your first deposit of between £10 and £100, meaning £35 to start your Jackpot Joy experience.
One of the leaders in the UK gambling industry, Jackpot Joy is the big-winning soft-gaming product of the GameSys Group launched in April 2001, boasting over 3 million players.
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