Win a Luxury Jaguar Car at Bet365 Casino

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If your idea of a spectacular online casino promotion is the chance to win a luxury car simply by playing all your favorite slots, then it’s time to head down to Bet365 online casino and check out the Race to a Million promotion at this site. From now until July 13th, the casino is inviting you to play the many Playtech slot games in its portfolio, earn points and enter the draw to win a Jaguar F-TYPE car. For every 300 comp points earned, you’ll receive one prize draw ticket.

Alongside the personal comp point count, Bet365 will also run a Rev Counter that will track the number of points earned by players overall. Every time one million points are earned by Bet365 members, the site will run a Major Milestone Draw. Make sure you make a deposit of $400 or more and wager a minimum of $1,000 on slot games to put yourself in line to win an eco-friendly Nissan Leaf!

But there’s more. The Rev Counter will also count ticker points earned in multiples of 100,000 and whenever this minor milestone is hit, 100 players who happen to be logged in and who have deposited $50 or more and wagered $200 on slot games, will win 50 free spins on some of the site’s top slots (eg. Halloween Fortune, Iron Man 2, Mobile Iron Man 2, The Incredible Hulk slot, etc).

In the event that a Minor Milestone collides with a Major Milestone, Bet365 Casino will celebrate with a fantastic special draw where no less than 200 players who are logged in will be able to claim 50 free spins on top slot games.

The excitement reaches its peak in Bet365 Casino’s Race to a Million promotion with the final draw. All qualifying players will hold their breath in the anticipation of possibly being THAT player to race away in a luxurious Jaguar F-TYPE car.

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