Introducing the Lord Ping Welcome Bonus

Lord Ping Welcome Bonus

Lord Ping Welcomes You…

If you’re thinking of joining the vibrant community of casino players here at Lord Ping, first of all, thank you, and second of all, we have a little treat of our own for you. As you know, Lord Ping himself is a discerning sort and has therefore created a space that all serious players will love. The Lord is always looking to expand his court, which is why when you sign up to Lord Ping you’ll receive the following choice as your welcome bonus:

100% up to 50 GBP bonus or 135 Spins On Your First Deposit on the popular slot game Book of Dead

What you choose is up to you, and most of all we hope you love what you discover here at Lord Ping.

Terms and Conditions:
Automatically credited upon deposit. Cancellation can be requested. First Deposit Only. Min. deposit: £10, max. Bonus £100. WR of 60x Bonus amount (Slots count 100% and any other game 10%) within 30 days. Max bet is 10% (min £0.10) of the Bonus amount or £5 (lowest amount applies).Bonus must be claimed before using deposited funds. Welcome Bonus can only be claimed once every 72 hours across all Casinos. Bonus Policy applies..

First Deposit Only. Min. deposit: £10. Game: Book of Dead, Spin Value: £0.1. WR 60x free spin winnings amount (only Slots count) within 30 days. Max bet is 10% (min £0.10) of the free spin winnings amount or £5 (lowest amount applies). Spins must be used before using deposited funds. Welcome Bonus can only be claimed once every 72 hours across all Casinos. Bonus Policy applies.

Sign Up and Play now at LordPing

So, if our welcome offer has enticed you, then come and join the sophisticated Lord Ping in his mansion of casino entertainment. Sign up and play casino games today.

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