Popular online gambling guide, Latestcasinobonuses.com (LCB), has recently announced the addition of an exciting new gift in its exclusive shop, where members can purchase items with LCB chips, accumulated through the completion of loyal contributions across the site. While it has definitely been some time since users last saw a new item added, the long wait is finally over. Without further delay, you’re probably wondering what this exciting new gift is. The LCB team has officially added two new shop chips.
The chips have been provided courtesy of Bitcoin site, BetChain Casino. For $2 worth of LCB chips, members can look forward to a total of 25 free spins, which can be used toward Softswiss’ Book of Pyramids slot. The title offers an Egyptian theme, along with a layout made up of 5 reels, and 9 paylines. A wild symbol is represented by a scarab, and replaces all other symbols on the reels. It can also trigger a free spins feature, with 3, 4, or 5 of them initiating a series of 11, 22, or 33 spins. Luckily, players taking advantage of this new shop offer, will already have 25 free games to start with! Bitcoin users may also take advantage of 0.005 BTC, which can be claimed from the shop as well.
Requirements for Claiming Chips
As good as these recently added deals are, they don’t come without guidelines. However, there’s no need to worry, as they are simple. Prior to claiming either of the two chips, users must be aware that bonuses are available only once per month, and will cost $2 worth of LCB credits. A minimum monthly deposit is also required to be eligible to claim the bonuses: 0.005 BTC, 10 EUR, 1500 RUB or 150 ZAR. More than one bonus may be claimed per month, but each single bonus may be claimed only once, and a minimum deposit is required in between claiming. Bonuses are also subject to 40x wagering requirements, and there is a max cashout of 0.05BTC.
There are country restriction as well. Players from Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Indonesia, Norway, the Philippines, Poland, The Russian Federation, Serbia, and Ukraine are prohibited from participation.