Start 2014 With A Free Trip To Florence With Supercasino

Deposit £20 on any Supercasino Games until 6th January 2014 to enter into a prize draw to win a trip for two to Florence

Supercasino players can jet off to Florence for a luxury trip for two in the new year, simply by making a real money deposit of £20 between Thursday 26th December 2013 and Monday 6th January 2014.

During that promotion period, Supercasino players must make a deposit of at least £20 or more and have played on any of the site’s games to receive an automatic entry into the prize draw.

A random winner will be selected from the pool of entrants to claim the exclusive prize, a trip for two to Florence in Italy comprising of return economy class flights from major UK airports and two nights’ accommodation including breakfast at a four-star Hotel in the city of Florence, plus £200 spending money.

Claim a free trip to Florence with Supercasino after 6th January 2014 by depositing £20

Deposit £20 and enter into Supercasino prize draw to win a free trip for two to Florence.

The £200 spending money will be credited to the winning player’s SuperCasino account within 14 days of the winner claiming their prize.

Players can enter into the draw more than once, limited to a maximum of five entries per participating customer.

Supercasino customers can choose from over 200 games in their Playtech-powered instant play casino, featuring live dealer games including live blackjack and live baccarat, plus other classic casino games like table poker, video poker, slots and arcade games.

New Supercasino players will also receive the luxury no deposit gift of a £10 free casino bonus when they register an account with the site for the first time.

Claim your free £10 no deposit bonus with Supercasino.

SuperCasino is the longest-running online TV casino in the world, famed for its Live Roulette broadcast on Channel Five every night and Sky Channel 866 every afternoon.

Operated by Netplay TV Group Ltd, online gamers can gamble with confidence at SuperCasino which is owned by a plc listed on the London Stock Exchange and regulated in Alderney by one of the most stringent licensing authorities in the world.