Thursday, March 17, 2022

Get Extra Play Time on Leprechaun Slots with Slots Capital's Paddy's Day Bonuses

Slots Capital Casino’s Paddy’s Day bonuses gives you loads of extra play time on two of your favorite Irish slots from Rival Gaming (Dublin Your Dough and Strike Gold). Also, take the opportunity to try new St Patrick's games (Pot of Gold and Lucky Leprechaun) brought to you by two other casino games developers.

 "There is only one time of year that green beer is sipped. Otherwise, not so much" laughed the casino's blogger, Slots Lotty. "But in March I become a little bit Irish and would love a pint o'green with the best of them!"

 In Slots Lotty’s  casino blog this month, you can get up to speed on the origins of St. Patrick's Day. In this Irish-themed blog, our intrepid reporter educates you on how the shamrock became associated with this festive, fun holiday. Lotty also shares her favorite St. Patrick's Day parades with you.


Available to all monthly depositors March 17 - 31, 2022

 20 Free Spins on Dublin Your Dough
Bonus code: LUCKYCHARM
Max. cash-out $180

 Brought to you last St. Patrick's Day, the 3-reel Dublin Your Dough, brings you a magical world filled with rainbows, clovers and pots of gold. On this special adventure, you will be led by the lucky leprechaun, Lucklan O’Winnagain. Be part of the many chances to double -- even quadruple – your winnings with re-spins that are set off by sticky wild multipliers.

 Deposit $25, Get $100

Bonus code: 100CLOVES                    

 300% Deposit Bonus
Bonus code: RAINBOW300
Bonus to be played on Lucky Leprechaun, Irish Wishes, Pot of Gold or Strike Gold

 Slots Capital offers you a large selection of games from several leading online casino games providers. One of the many great games is the western-themed game from Rival Gaming, Strike Gold. In this game, you’ll find multiplier wilds and a progressive jackpot. Lucky Leprechaun and Irish Wishes are in the Saucify collection. Pot of Gold is from Arrows Edge.


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