Win tickets to cricket World Cup at G’day Casino

Australian-themed G’day Casino is giving players the chance to win free tickets to the final of the cricket World Cup being held in Australia and New Zealand at the moment.

The G’day Sweepstakes are running and will do so until March 15, when the draw will be completed and prizes will be sent out.

To enter you need to sign up at G’day and deposit more than $50, with another entry received for each multiple of $50. For instance if you deposited $500 you would be given 10 entries into the giveaway.

While the tickets to the 2015 ICC World Cup Cricket final, at the Melbourne Ground, are the main prize there are a significant amount of consolation prizes for Australian players.

There are eight cash giveaways of up to $100 also exclusively being given to Australian players.

The winners of the competition will be announced on March 16.

G’day Casino gets a new theme & games

G’day Casino recently underwent a theme change which has given the site a facelift and done away with the overly Aussie feel.

While the layout is similar to the old website, the colour is a dark green which is far easier on the eye than the old colours.

All games, including the award winning Ezugi live dealer games, are accessible from a menu down the right hand side of the site.

G’day Casino has also unveiled a host of new slots games including An Evening with Holly Madison, Steamtower, Esqueleto Explosivo and Miss Midas.

The games are from a mix of software providers and complement the ever-increasing existing catalogue at G’day Casino.

G’day Casino unlimited deposit bonus

G’day Casino gives all new players a 100 per cent match bonus up to any amount. This means a player could deposit $10,000 and have $20,000 in total to bet with at the casino.

This is one of the best sign-up deals on the Web and gives players a great opportunity to maximise there chances of winning while gambling at G’day Casino.

NB: The bonus amount is subject to wagering requirements, which means you have to gamble the money a certain amount of times before you can withdraw it.