Betfair Casino Showcases £10 No Deposit Offer in New TV Ad

Published November 6, 2016

Betfair Casino is showing a new TV advert that is giving Irish and UK players the chance to try the site free with a £10 offer.

Betfair Casino recently unveiled an impressive TV campaign that is currently showing in Ireland and the UK. The sleek video stylishly highlights Betfair Casino’s best features by showing spinning reels, cards being shuffled, roulette wheels revolving, and craps dice rolling across green felt.

Setting the Scene

After setting the scene, Betfair Casino then demands the full attention of players by showcasing a new £10 offer that is available free with no deposit required. This is an excellent opportunity for casino players to try the site free of charge and without having to use their own stake.

Win up to £25

In the advert, Betfair Casino makes it clear that the offer is only open to players living in Ireland and the UK. The terms and conditions then reveal that players have three days in which to use the £10 credit. Players can claim winnings of up to £25 if they manage to clear the 10x wagering requirements by playing eligible games.

Spin the Slots

Betfair Casino is giving players until 31 December 2016 to claim the offer. Those who do this can use the funds to play an array of games on mobile or desktop. The Playtech slots are especially impressive, with players able to enjoy the Age of the Gods series plus the likes of Halloween Fortune 2 and Spider-Man.

Hit the Tables

The casino also has an impressive selection of tables across live and standard versions. Players can look out for chances to enjoy roulette, baccarat, blackjack, casino hold’em, sic-bo, and hi-lo.

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