Friday, January 03, 2020

New Year’s Resolutions from Springbok Casino Staff Plus Free Spins on Sweet 16

The new decade has begun and, like every other year, millions of people will set their New Year's resolutions for any number of goals such as losing weight, getting married or quitting a bad habit. Whatever your resolution, there will come a time where you feel like giving up on your goal (usually around February), it is then that you will need the most support, so to give you a bit of inspiration, the staff at South Africa’s Springbok Casino are sharing their own New Year’s Resolutions.

Even if your resolution includes giving up sweets, you can still indulge with free spins on Sweet 16 until January 31st.

Jason, who’s part of the casino’s technology team, has pledged to spend less time playing video games like Fortnite and Minecraft.

Gabriella, in Customer Support, says she watches too much Netflix and promises to play more sports and watch less TV in 2020.

Springbok’s manager, Daniel Van Wyke, has been working too hard. His resolution is to not work so late so often and to spend more time with his wife and kids.

“If I have to, I’ll set an alarm to remind me to go home at 6:00!” said Van Wyke.

For inspiring New Year’s resolutions from more Springbok staff see

To get the new year off to a scrumptious start, Springbok is giving you 25 free spins on its yummy Sweet 16 slot game.

Sweet 16 features Morphing Symbols: winning combinations explode into new symbols to create more winning combinations. Symbols keep morphing until there’s no win. With each win, the prize is multiplied by more – up to 10X (20X during free spins).  Three or more Lollypop scatters start 16 Free Games.  Sweet 16 is an “All Ways Pay” game so there are 243 possible winning combinations on every spin.


25 Free Spins on Sweet 16
Coupon Code: HELLO-2020
Available until January 31, 2020

Customer service is available in either Afrikaans or English at Springbok, and all slots and casino games are all played in Rands.

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