How Casino Bonus Playthroughs Work
It’s always nice to get your hands on some free money. Casinos want your business, so to get you in their door, they offer bonuses for playing. Those bonuses can add up to thousands of dollars – but you have to play before they will pay. That’s the concept behind playthrough. When you claim your bonus, the money will be added to your account incrementally, based on how quickly you achieve your playthrough requirements.
Slots.lv uses the same system for handing out bonuses. For example, when you sign up for the $5,000 Welcome Bonus, you start with a 200% match bonus of up to $1,000 on your first deposit; the rest of the money is spread out over eight 100% match bonuses, each one up to $500. You have to enter a bonus code when you make your first deposit, then you have to play a certain number of games to reach your playthrough requirement before using the next bonus code. The more you play, the more money you get.
The Play’s the Thing
The playthrough requirements are the same for the Bitcoin Welcome Bonus at Slots.lv. If you make your first deposit with Bitcoin, the total bonus amount jumps from $5,000 to $7,500, and the money is again split up into nine separate instalments that are handed out with each Bitcoin deposit – after you’ve reached your playthrough targets.
Most games at Slots.lv contribute to your playthrough, although some games get you there faster than others. You can look up the different games and playthrough amounts on the Bonus Page and keep track of your progress. Many bonuses require you to complete your playthrough within six months, so don’t forget to stay on top of this if you want to get the maximum return for playing.
It’s also a good idea to make sure you’ve made a big enough deposit to get the bonus you’re looking for, and to double-check that you’ve entered the appropriate bonus code. If you need some guidance, you can always consult the Bonuses section of the help guide; you can also contact customer support directly if you prefer. Don’t let that sweet bonus money slip through your fingers on an oversight.