November Rocks with the Northern Lights Casino

Northern Lights Casino has initiated yet another exciting online campaign that would see to it that many players get something nice out of it. There would be free spins aplenty, plus lots of instant cash rewards and of course the highlight of this event, which is a VIP Rock Star Experience in London. For every 50 spins that you make on any of the NetEnt Rocks video slots, you will be assigned one ticket for the draw that decides who will be the lucky person indeed. Play “Motorhead”, “Guns N' Roses” and “Jimi Hendrix” at the Northern Lights Casino and you will be in for a real treat, as those who participate can expect to be richly rewarded from a total of 110,000 Free Spins, €25,000 Cash Prizes and the VIP Rock Star Experience package that is worth €6,495.

The trip to London will include standard flights from selected European airports to the city of London, private return transfers, an accommodation in the five star Sanderson Hotel for three consecutive nights, daily breakfasts, tickets for the O2 gig of your own choice, a helicopter flight over the city, a dinner at the Roadhouse bar, weekend Oyster cards, plus €2,000 in spending money. You may not get another chance to feel like a freaking rock star, so be sure to visit the Northern Lights Casino and play any of the selected slot machines to collect as many raffle tickets as you can, because every additional entry increases the chances to win. Players have until the 16th November 2016 to join, so opt in right now as there is still plenty of time left to do that and multiple attractions await.

Northern Lights Casino promotion

1st Place: €6,495-worth VIP Rock Star Experience

2nd Place: €5,000 Cash

3rd Place: €3,000 Cash

4th – 5th Place: €1,000 Cash

6th – 20th Place: €500 Cash

21st – 50th Place: €100 Cash

51st – 100th Place: €50 Cash

101st – 200th Place: 100 Free Spins

201st – 1000th Place: 50 Free Spins

1001st – 3000th Place: 20 Free Spins

3001st – 5000th Place: 10 Free Spins

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