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.
James, you may want to quickly edit your 'competition' post as the date on the bottom for close of entries was Monday gone.
Unfortunately, I'm not on good terms with Dr Who
Wow! What can I say, that's not a nice bonus that's a VERY, very nice bonus, thank you very much indeed.
Hope my idea(s) were of some use, agree that these will probably need tweaking or maybe parts from each can be taken and 'pieced' together.
Didn't manage a deposit last week, my luck has been awful which has a direct impact on my gaming budget but can I deposit soon as I get the offer, don't fully understand it, sorry my bad
Anyway, I have to say thank you once more, one of the best prizes I've received in a whole 14 years of online slotting!!
Cheers and all the best
Ps: If I manage a semi-decent cash out from this bonus, I will run another little competition for the CM community.