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If you believe the commercials and ads you see this time of year, the Holidays are all about being with your family. Well, if your family is even remotely like mine then yeah sure you want to see them, but for the most part you have to treat them like aspirin – good in small doses, but you start to feel feint if you get too much.
So it was after a marathon family dinner (why do we ALWAYS go for the 2nd and 3rd plate? It never makes you feel good afterward.) that I arrived back home and checked my email only to discover the newest promotion from the good folks here at Silver Oak Casino.
Now I’m not too sure how many of you know this, but I myself am just a regular casino player like you all (well, my mother does tell me I’m exceptionally handsome), so I can honestly say I was surprised at how good the “14 days of Christmas” promotion was.
For every $200 you deposit you get:
• $5 each day for 14 straight days to try out a new slot game.
• Their best bonus – normally reserved for the end of the month (160%!)
• Entry into a $1,000 casino chip giveaway.
Now I know what you’re thinking – $200? I ain’t got that much money lying around!
Well, first off, don’t say “ain’t” – it’s improper grammar. Second, $200 is basically what you save now with the lower price of gas every few trips to the pump. So don’t wait for the government to change its mind, go ahead and put that money into Silver Oak, have fun playing your favorite games and then when the price of gas goes back up again you’ll be like “So what suckas? I turned my $200 into $2000 on Silver Oak!”
(For any federal agents reading this, I am in no way calling you “suckas”. Please don’t arrest me, I wouldn’t hold up well in jail.)
Also, for that $200 you’re getting 160% + $70 in free credits. Now, I’m no mathematician (I even had to look up how to spell “mathematician”), but even I can tell that’s pretty much the best offer you’ll get at any online casino.
The craziest part of the whole promotion? Even if you’ve never deposited, that’s right, never given them a dime, you’ll STILL get a $5 credit to your account, no strings attached. I actually wrote them back to ask “so it’s $5? Free? What’s the catch?” and after about 45 minutes of them humoring me, I was convinced, there are no strings. They just want you to play their games and have fun. That’s it.
So basically, it’s like Silver Oak Casino keeps putting food on your plate at a family dinner, but this time you’ll actually feel good once you’re done.