We’ve Doubled It: Get 50% Cashback This Weekend

There are hot streaks and then there are cold streaks. It would be great if we could always be on a hot streak, but we all know that eventually, the tides will turn. In times of changing fortunes, there’s nothing better than a little guarantee. This weekend, we’re giving you some of that peace of mind.

A percentage of any losses you accumulated between 25 and 27 August 2023 will be given right back to you when Monday afternoon rolls around.

Usually, we offer 25% of your losses back. This weekend, however, we’re going all in and doubling your cashback to give you 50% of your losses back!

What you need to know

All you need to do is play your favorite table or live casino games from 25 August 2023 at 00:01 CEST to 27 August 2023 at 23:59 CEST.

The maximum cashback that you can be awarded is €100. Your cashback will be based on your net losses, which are calculated by subtracting your total wins accrued during the promotional period from your total losses accrued during the promotional period.

The cash will be deposited straight into your account on Monday 28 August 2023 before 14:00 CEST.

The payout is cash and does not require you to complete any wagering requirements to withdraw. There is, however, a minimum payout amount of €5.

Use this weekend to earn Tesla tickets.

What better way to take advantage of the Cashback Weekend than earning more tickets for the Tesla Model Y giveaway draw?

You have until 15 September 2023 to earn as many tickets as you can towards winning the electric sedan which is worth €52,000. Every €100 you wager will earn you one ticket into the lucky draw. At the end of the adrenaline-fuelled promotional period, we’ll hold a live draw to announce one lucky winner who will drive off in a brand-new Tesla.

Why not start earning tickets this weekend knowing that you’ll get 50% of any losses you accumulate back?

Don’t miss out on this 50% Cashback Weekend

We may make the 50% cashback a weekly thing, or we may go back to 25% cashback, who knows. With uncertainty like that, can you really afford to miss out on this potentially one-off offer?