Join The Holiday Hunt To Win Spins
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We don't often see Wink Slots feature on our news pages, but the festive season does tend to bring out the best in everyone. To celebrate Christmas, Wink Slots invite you to join them on a daily Holiday Hunt. There are games bonuses and free spins to be won every day until the start of the New Year.
To play Holiday Hunt you need to be a depositing player at Wink Slots. You'll earn one play of the Holiday Hunt game for every £50 wagered on the following slots: I Love Christmas, Very Merry Christmas, Sugar Train Xmas, Sugar Train Xmas Jackpot, Xmas Cash, Fruit Shop Xmas Edition, Santa’s Workshop, Flowers Xmas Edition, Secrets of Christmas, Santa's Super Slot Jackpot, Snowy Wonderland Jackpot & Santastic.
In the Holiday Hunt game you search a room by scrolling left to right in order to locate festive items. Once you've found one you need to click on it. This reveals your prize. The prize can be a games bonus or free spins. Wagering terms and conditions apply to bonuses and wins from spins. Note you can also only qualify for the Holiday Hunt game five times a day.
As well as the Holiday Hunt, Wink Slots are also hosting a festive bonus spins offer. Every time you make a deposit of £20+ with the code CHRIMBO you can claim spins on a selected festive slot. The code can be used up to ten times before the end of December. If you use the code ten times then it will yield 220 bonus spins.
Wagering terms and conditions apply to the spins. Spins winnings are set at minimum of £1 in games bonus funds, and are capped in games bonus funds at a maximum winning amount. These are set at £4 for 10 spins; £5 for 15 spins; £6 for 20 spins; £7 for 25 spins; and £10 for 40 spins. See Wink Slots for full details and information.
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