Find the password below to the $500 Free Roll October Exclusive slots tournament at BetonSoft casinos (Atlantis Gold, Treasure Island Jackpots and Mermaid’s Palace). This is an exclusive password protected event, but all members of our community as well as new visitors are welcome to join!
The game is the slot titled Double Trouble. The prize is $500, and top prize will award some lucky player $100.
Tournament Details & Password
Registration: October 1st – 30th
Tournament Starts: October 31st
Tournament Ends: November 2nd
Password/Bonus Code: DOUBLETROUBLE500
How to Enter
1. Get an account at one of the three participating casinos.
2. Login, click “Tournaments” and search for the $500 Free Roll Exclusive
3. Click the tournament and then click “Join”
4. Click “Bonus” on the popup and enter your code: DOUBLETROUBLE500
While everyone is welcome to participate, if you have an existing account and have used several free bonuses or freeroll entries since your last deposit, you may get an error upon attempting to use this one. No need for alarm. This casino group requires players to make at least a small deposit every now and then to continue being able to use all of the freebies that get thrown their way.
There many private password protected freerolls here, featuring both slots and blackjack, and the prize pools are very commonly in the $500 to $1000+ range. It means a very nice unadvertised value for depositing players, and you do not have to be a big depositor to take advantage of it!
One Last Thing…
It is always worth noting that all three of these casinos will set a new player up with free spins, no deposit required, simply for registering an account. I can tell you from experience, that if you make a deposit, you will get many more bonus and free spin offers in your inbox to spice things up and supplement your bankroll. A bigger bankroll means your play lasts longer and gives you more chances to hit that nice big score.
These casinos get good reviews and are USA friendly. Any of them are a good place to park some of your “fun money”.