Thu, Jul 31, 2:40pm by Daryl Curnow
Guts.com continues to rise in the ranks of top online casinos, and it’s never been a better nor more profitable time to sign up with this casino, with its current ‘free spin’ weekly promotions enticing for low and high stakes pokie players.
These free spins will get credited to your account the following day, and the best thing about this promo is there aren’t any play-through requirements in order to make a withdrawal, like most online casino bonuses stipulate. Make a small deposit and reap the rewards from this great offer – and to keep things fresh, the game of the week is updated every Monday. Get my free spins!
‘More Money Monday’ – No longer dread Monday mornings; go to Guts Casino and use the bonus code GUTS35 on your first deposit each Monday and you will receive an easy 50% bonus on that deposit up to $35. Players can use the cash to bet on any casino game they desire – entirely your choice.
Making a Deposit with Guts.com:
Depositing AUD money with Guts.com is a simple and more importantly, secure process. Head to the payments page which holds all the information about financial transactions. Pay by credit/debit card, E-Wallet, pre-paid card/voucher or online bank transfer – all deposit methods are processed instantly, with bank transfers the only exception (can take up to three days).
Withdrawing with E-Wallets such as Neteller, Skrill and WebMoney are also processed instantly, but expect 1-3 banking days for funds to be processed via Visa/MasterCard and bank transfers.
Sign up at www.Guts.com and enjoy up to a $300 welcome package, and take advantage of the weekly Monday and Friday bonuses to extend your weekend enjoyment.
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