New Bigger Bonuses in July 2013 from Ladbrokes Casino

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Ladbrokes still presents its usual 200% deposit bonus on any first time purchase of up to £200, resulting in a first-time deposit bonus of up to £400, plus 50 free spins on the online slots. However, for a limited time only, new customers who plan to deposit a little more may prefer to take advantage of the option to claim a higher welcome bonus; one that awards 150% up to £750 in free bonus cash, as well as the 50 free spins. Obviously if you’re planning to deposit only £200 or below, the original offer would be more advantageous, due to its 200% matching structure. For those who wish to deposit a higher amount, such as £500, the 150% match bonus would deliver a higher bonus of the maximum £750 in bonus credits. It’s called the Bust the Bank promotion, and for anyone who wants to claim it, time is of the essence. The last opportunity to redeem the offer will be on July 8th, 2013, at 23:59.

While you’re considering whether this promotion is amicable enough to take advantage of, you may also be inspired to know that Ladbrokes Casino is dishing out free £25 no deposit bonuses to all new members, meaning that they can claim £25 in free credits without ever making an initial deposit. This bonus can actually be claimed twice; once for registering as a new player, and again for playing in the live dealer casino for the first time.

Making a second deposit at Ladbrokes Casino will earn new members another chunk of valuable bonus credits. Upon depositing any amount of £20 or more, the player is awarded 40 free spins on the popular vampyrically themed 3D video slot, Immortal Romance. Other lucrative promos at Ladbrokes Casino include ‘Fun Day Monday’, wherein players can earn 25% cashback on losses, and ‘50% Reload Wednesday’, in which all reload deposits are boosted by 50% up to £50 with a purchase of £20 or more. Special cashback bonuses are also provided for blackjack and roulette enthusiasts.

Ladbrokes, the second largest bookmaker in the UK, is coming off what they expect to be a precariously low quarter in terms of profit margins, made apparent by the recent issuing of a shock profit warning to its shareholders. Ladbrokes attributed the reduction in revenue to decreased online activity, a difficult economic market and a strain of ‘favorite wins’ that resulted in a hefty flow of payouts to their sports betting customers. The company is anticipating the refurbishment of its online gambling sector, coinciding with a heightened promotional campaign, to turn those numbers around and see a much higher profit margin in the coming months.