Virgin Casino Has A Duo Of Spring Cleaning Sweepstakes In Store For New Jersey Players

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Put those old, dusty appliances away and head over to Virgin Casino, where this week only, players can win a piece of a $7,000 prize pool along with one of several luxury cleaning items.

One man’s surplus is another man’s bounty. Or at least that’s the motif behind the latest promotional offers from Virgin Casino in New Jersey.

This week only, the NJ online casino is clearing out all of the extra stock in its warehouse, via two sweepstakes events that combined will see players walk away with $8,500 in bonuses and prizes.

And who said spring cleaning had to be a chore?

Virgin empties its promotional pockets

The highlight of the week is Spring Surplus, which ranks among the best sweepstakes offers that Virgin Casino has hosted.

Players familiar with prior drawings on Virgin Casino probably won’t be surprised by the terms of this promotion.

From April 10 through April 12, players that wager $50 on any of Virgin’s more than 150 NJ online casino games will receive an entry ticket. Up to five tickets can be won per day of the event, for a total of 15 possible tickets.

Then, on April 13, Virgin will randomly select 200 lucky winners, who will be awarded in accordance with the following price matrix:

  • 1st place: $500 bonus money
  • 2nd – 5th place: $250 bonus
  • 6th – 10th: $100 bonus
  • 11th – 30th: $75 bonus
  • 31st – 50th: $50 bonus
  • 51st – 100th: $30 bonus
  • 101st – 200th: $10 bonus

The bonus money will hit winner accounts within 24 hours of the drawing, after which it can be used to play any casino game on the site. The bonus itself cannot be withdrawn, although pending players meet a low one-time wagering requirement, they’ll be allowed to withdraw any winnings immediately.

Do note, however, that if the wagering requirement is not met within 30 days of reception, then the bonus money will expire.

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Spring cleaning made easy

Let’s face it, spring cleaning can be a drag. Which is why Virgin Casino is giving away prizes designed to make the process a little less painful.

Like Spring Surplus, Peter Cottontail Rewards is also a sweepstakes promotion. And just like Spring Surplus, players can earn up to five entries per day — one per every $50 wagered on any casino game.

The main difference is that this is a longer running event: the promotional period runs from April 10 through April 17, and the drawing itself is held on April 18.

This means that in order to cap out their entries, players will have to wager $250 on seven different days, but a grand total of $1,750. But on the plus side, at least they can wager funds on high return games such as video poker and blackjack.

Also, it pays out far fewer winners — just four. And instead of bonus prizes, winners will take home top-of-the-line cleaning appliances. Yes, this is literally a “spring cleaning” promotion.

The prize table is as follows:

  • 1st place: GE Washer Machine valued at $600
  • 2nd place: Roomba Robot Vacuum ($500 value)
  • 3rd place: Dyson Multiball Vacuum valued at $400
  • 4th place: Shark Steam Cleaner ($100 value)

There are no additional strings attached to this offer; players won’t even have to make a qualifying deposit to start earning entries today.

Double dipping is OK, this time

On their own, these are two very solid offers, particularly Spring Surplus. But what truly sets Virgin’s promotional one-two punch apart is that this week’s events work in harmony.

To clarify, from Monday through Wednesday players will be earning sweepstakes tickets for each promotion simultaneously. In other words, every $50 wagered will earn players two tickets — when has that happened before?

It’s for this reason that we recommend players sign in and start hitting the virtual slots and tables as soon as possible.

Robert DellaFave
- New Jersey-based Robert DellaFave is an avid poker player in addition to being a game designer. He writes for a range of publications, with a focus on regulated online gambling in the United States, the casino industry, and poker.