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Easter is almost here! This year, Easter will be celebrated from March 30th until April 2nd. And we’re all, of course, hoping for a warm and sunny weather. Well, even if the sunshine and warmth won’t reach us just yet, fret not, my friend. Mr. Green and a couple other casinos have come up with a pretty amazing Easter campaigns, that will keep everyone busy indoors, if the weather won’t allow you to enjoy yourself outside. You can win free spins and cold hard cash at these amazingly popular online casinos!
You can travel to Easter Island with Mr. Green, and win some awesome prizes!
- Hunt 1: From March 22nd until April 1st, you can join Mr. Green’s egg hunt. These eggs, though, are not filled with chocolate, but cash! Mr. Green has filled 25 eggs with £25-£750, and you’ll receive one egg per 100 spins played in the campaign games. Winners will be announced live on April 2nd.
- Hunt 2: From March 23rd until March 27th, you can win 200 free spins on Northern Sky. 500 lucky winners will be chosen from the best win/bet ratio.
- Hunt 3: From March 27th until April 1st, you can win 200 free spins on Sticky Bandits. You’ll receive a draw ticket for every £10 played on an Easter Goodie game.
Mr. Green has never been sky with their bonuses and campaigns, and they aren’t about to start shying away now! These are some great prizes you should definitely get your paws on. So join Mr. Green now (if you haven’t already) and start hunting!
Shadowbet’s Jack Pot has hidden Easter Eggs in the casino! But don’t worry, these eggs are super easy to find. All you need to do is play your favorite game. As you level up, you’ll get an Easter Egg. Each of these egg-ios give you free spins. And the more eggs you collect, the more free spins you’ll win! If you collect the most eggs, you can even win cash prizes! Pretty delish, huh?
The campaign runs from March 26th until April 2nd, and the best 25 players (the most eggs collected), will win some cold, hard cash! Maybe with this cash you can go buy some real, chocolate eggs, eh?