LONDON, March 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Customers can gain up to 25% cashback playing casino games this weekend
Renowned online casino experts, Sky Vegas, are delighted to announce that they are giving customers the chance to earn 25% cashback while playing their favourite online casino games. For one weekend only (Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th March) Sky Vegas are giving customers the chance to add on an extra 10% to their standard 15% March cashback giveaway. So whether you're playing traditional slot games or musing in the high stake lounge, you can earn cashback playing any Sky Vegas game you choose.
It's so simple to get involved. Sky Vegas customers simply have to enter the promo code 'March' to stand a chance of earning significant amounts of cashback.
But how can a customer earn that extra 10% cashback?
Sky Vegas will give customers 2% cashback everyday they stake £5 or more on games. This will enable customers to earn the maximum 10% extra cashback on top of the standard 15% they'll earn anyway.
So for example, if a customer correctly enters the promo code 'March' before playing, then decides to place a £5 stake on both Wednesday and Friday that player will earn 19% cashback during the weekend.
How will the cashback be calculated over the weekend?
Cashback is calculated as a percentage of a customer's net losses during the course of the cashback weekend. This means a customer's total winnings will be taken away from their total stake; so even if customers are unfortunate enough to lose money, they will still recuperate 25% of their loss.
Any cashback gained over the weekend will be credited to accounts by midnight Tuesday 27th March 2012.
For more information on this month's cashback giveaway and to read terms and conditions, please visit the Sky Vegas website.
About Sky Vegas
Sky Vegas is the online casino division of BSkyB. Established in March 2003, it now boasts more than 200 games including slots games, table games, instant win games, penny arcade and community games. Sky Vegas does not accept customers from the USA and operates fully within UK law under a licence issued by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
SOURCE Sky Vegas