It doesn't specify the required deposit amount, therefore minimum deposit would qualify.
But, it could be written in Casino-ese and I can't read that (no one can.)
Sorry, but I was taught proper English and grammar. So I read things that way.
Deposit AND wager £200 means Deposit £200 AND wager £200.
For it to mean any deposit, they'd need to use a comma Deposit, and wager £200.
Or if they want to make it clearer Make a deposit and wager £200.
Or if they want to make it absolutely clear Deposit £20 or more, and wager £200 (assuming £20 to be the minimum deposit)
Missing punctuation can cause all kinds of problems
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I thought that too on their other 'similarly-worded' promos, and have asked them about this.
It does actually mean deposit 200
@goatwack Yep it's easy to get caught out in the terms, & the sneaky bugger is still at it. Get's ideas for free but you need a bloomin time machine to get any idea posted before the deadline in order to receive a prize
edit; bollocks, didn't see jons post.