Ladbrokes Christmas Market

chris brown
Written by Chris Brown
Published on Tuesday 2nd December 2014, 8:43 am
Posted in: Casino Leisure

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Christmas markets are always popular at this time of year and British betting giant Ladbrokes has just set up one of its own. Not literally, of course. The Ladbrokes Christmas Market is an online casino promotion that gives players the chance to earn Points by playing games and to then redeem those Points for gifts. The promotion runs for the whole month, so you can make the most of it throughout the entirety of the festive period and grab as many gifts as possible between now and 23:59 GMT on Wednesday 31 December.

Before you can start earning Points for the Christmas Market you first need to Opt In, and you do that by visiting the promotional page at the Ladbrokes website, clicking the Opt In button and logging in with your username and password. When you have opted into the promotion, you can go about your usual business of playing whatever games you like, and as you do so you will be awarded 1 Point for every $10 that you wager. Points are awarded in this manner not only for your activity at Ladbrokes Casino itself, but also for wagers placed on Live Casino and Vegas games.

A Points Balance figure will be updated every 15 minutes so that you can see at a glance how many Points you have at your disposal. The idea is that you visit the Ladbrokes Christmas Market every day to see what's on offer and what you can afford with the Points that you have at your disposal. Each item in the market can be bought just once in any given week, so if you want to buy a specific item that you have already purchased in the current week you will have to wait until all items are refreshed at the start of the next week.

The restriction just mentioned isn't a problem when you consider that there is a whole range of gifts that you can purchase in any given week. We won't spoil the surprise by discussing the gifts themselves – you'll just have to explore the market yourself to see those – but we're confident that you'll find more than one gift that appeals regardless of what you might have previously redeemed your Points for.

As we said earlier, you can play any games you like for the purposes of this promotion, so you could pursue one of the many progressive jackpots that are currently available. The biggest right now are offered by the Beach Life slots game (over £1.79 million) and by the Monty Python's Spamalot game (over £1.77 million) so if you strike it lucky you just might win yourself seven figures in time for Christmas.

Of course, all of the above requires you to have an account with Ladbrokes Casino, so if you don't have one of those you will want to sign up without delay. The venue is currently offering a 100% first deposit bonus worth up to £500, so do take a look at that if you're interested in grabbing yourself some free gaming action.

Whether you need to set up a new account or you want to Opt In to the Christmas Market promotion and start earning those all-important Points straight away, visit Ladbrokes Casino today and good luck with your gaming!

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