Win 1 Of 4 £2000 Holiday Vouchers Off The Boss
Added on Wednesday 4th January 2017
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The Boss of Bgo.com is kicking 2017 off in style by giving you the chance to win a holiday. Each week over four weeks there's a £2000 travel voucher up for grabs. The good news is that anyone can get involved with the promo and it's really easy to earn an entry or two. All you have to do is play!
The Bgo.com Holiday Giveaway runs between the 1st and 28th January and is split into four weekly sections. To qualify for the latest draw all you have to do is deposit £10 using the code HOLIDAY. After that you'll earn one entry for every £10 wagered on games at Bgo.com. Each week, one lucky winner from all that week's qualifiers, will win a £2000 holiday.
If you're lucky enough to win but don't fancy taking the £2000 holiday voucher prize then there's a £1000 cash alternative available. To be honest we don't understand why the cash alternative is 50% of the value of the voucher prize. We have seen cash alternatives around the 70/75% mark, but none as low as 50%.
The Holiday Giveaway looks like it's running across all the Bgo.com channels except for bingo. This means that you can play slots and table games that are under casino, vegas, games and live casino during the promo.
By the way if you think that The Boss of Bgo.com can't be beaten - think again. Christian W recently picked up a massive £6.2m from just a £1.25 spin. This amazing cash prize was won just before Christmas via the Mega Fortune Jackpot. If you pop over to Facebook there's a wonderful image of The Boss looking so pleased with this result!!
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