BitStarz Offers 100 Percent Cashback

10 March 2016


BitStarz is hosting a really valuable promotion during this week, and it's running through March 12. This promotion is based around getting cashback on your losses so that you get an extra chance to get in on the action and take down some big winnings. This is BitStarz's way of helping players get their bankrolls boosted up and ready with Easter just around the corner, so it's a bit of a pre-holiday surprise for your account balance.

Details of the Promotion

Here's how this promotion works. You'll need to deposit 50 mBTC (about $20) each day of the promotion that you want to qualify for cash back. Then you play normally as you always would. On the next day, all of your losses (if you have any) will be refunded to you worth up to a maximum of 50 mBTC. This basically gives you a free chance to deposit and try to win knowing that your losses will be refunded back to you.

Games Allowed for This Promotion

Only select slots (more here) can be used for this promotion. Alkemor's Tower, 4 Seasons, Platinum Lighting, Satoshi's Secret, Big Panda, Safari, Bells on Fire Rombo and Guns & Roses can all be used to get cashback for this deal. While you can play other games as much as you want, only losses on these games will count towards your cashback reward, so it's something to think about when it comes to deciding how you will plan your overall strategy.

It's also worth noting that if you come out on top and don't have any net losses for the day, you will not receive a cashback reward since you've already won.

About BitStarz

BitStarz is known for being one of the top options for players who want to deposit and play online casino games in bitcoin. They have software from some of the top names in the business including Net Entertainment (read more), BetSoft and others. This top-tier game selection has helped to make them the premier bitcoin casino, and they have lots of regular promotions like this cashback reward week that lasts through March 12 to give players a tremendous amount of value for their deposits as well.

By Jesse Eddleman