Free £100 Cash for Everyone

Posted on December 5, 2009 by  

How about we spread some joy in the run up to Christmas, well JACKPOTJOY to be precise and £100 guaranteed for everyone!

Yes their fantastic Monopoly starts today with a free £100 guaranteed for all those who take part and complete the wagering.

Just wager £20 per day on any game, yes any game, between 23rd Nov and 23rd Dec and each day get awarded a new Monopoly game card. Collect a set and get a cash prize, which can be instantly withdrawn.

Prize values are as follows for completing a set: Brown -£1, Blue – £2, Pink – £3, Orange – £4, Red – £5, Yellow – £8, Green – £12 and Dark Blue £15.

So that is £50, with another free £50 to everyone who completes all the sets. Just remember to register for the offer before you start playing.

Plus there are random chances to win extra cash with Free Parking, Chance and Community Chest cards too.

There are 22 cards to collect and you get the first one free! So just play 21 days to complete the whole lot (you cannot get a duplicate card either). So once you have all 22 cards that is £100 cash, lovely!

Put it another way, 21 x £20 = £420 wagering to get £100 cash, now where are you ever going to see that at any other casino based site. Remember there are no games restrictions and with games such as Blackjack, Roulette and Deal or No Deal available, this has to be one of the offers of year to be honest.

I am off and running today, £20 wagered on Single Deck Blackjack, took less than 5 mins and I even made £3 in the process, great stuff!

So if you have a JACKPOTJOY account then what are you waiting for, if not then just get signed up using the link below and get cracking:


Then also have plenty more offers running each and every month, people in the Bet72 Membership site see that I make a consistent £70 / £80 every month just from their offers for existing users.

Each time they are very low on the wagering requirements and keep the profits ticking over nicely. There is even a totally free one on until the end of November.

There is also a sign up bonus offer upto £100, however this is a "sticky" bonus that cannot be withdrawn and whilst we do have a lower risk strategy for this (see here), you could just as well get signed up, drop in £10 / £20 and get playing the existing user offers, starting with this fantastic Monopoly one.

Anyway here is the link again and please if you need any advice on the games to play or the best way to tackle them please don't hesitate to contact me anytime and here's to a free £100 before Christmas for everyone:



18 Comments on "Free £100 Cash for Everyone"

  1. mark on Mon, 23rd Nov 2009 4:17 pm 


    what is the best game to play for this promo, is it single deck blackjack, if so what is the best way to play it


  2. Walt on Mon, 23rd Nov 2009 7:07 pm 

    Can someone please explain this? AM I risking the £420 to win £100? Or am I missing something? Thanks.

  3. Peter Vaughan on Tue, 24th Nov 2009 10:30 am 

    Ok just signed up for Monopoly promotion ( or hope I have as there is no way of confirming this on site but I have sent e mail to their customer support for confirmation ) As Darren said this is a fantastic opportunity as the wagering requirement to get £100 is only £420 ( 21 x £20 ) and with correct strat at black jack this is a doddle . There is no way you will lose £100 if played right and to reach £420 is brilliant as most casino’s ask for a wagering requirement of over £2000 . Staked my first £20 and took that to £24.50 so just another £400 ( or 20 days to go ) My advice … go for it . One point Darren . Got £100 sign up bonus which requires a £800 turnover ( yes , very good ) now will I still get the £100 monopoly bonus even though I have not reached the £800 wagering requirement and if so to gain the extra £100 sign up bonus do I need to just wager a further £380 ? OR …….. should I just decline the sign up bonus and ensure I get the Monopoly bonus ? Hope this makes sense ……. Peter

  4. Peter Vaughan on Tue, 24th Nov 2009 10:37 am 

    Hmmmmmm should do my homework before I speak . Single deck blackjack does NOT count towards wagering requirements . No mention of Monopoly . Darren did you take the sign up bonus ? If I now decline the sign up bonus do you think it would effect the Monopoly bonus ?

    Thanks …. Peter

  5. Darren Hall on Tue, 24th Nov 2009 12:40 pm 

    Peter, I’ll drop you an email. You cannot use BJ for the sign up bonus but it is fine for the Monopoly offer and no reason why you cannot start that offer even though you have not completed the other.

  6. Darren Hall on Tue, 24th Nov 2009 12:52 pm 

    £420 is the wagering requirement, 21 days @ £20 a day. In theory if you lost every single hand / game / spin you made then that could happen, but in all the years of playing at any site it has never occured. Hence we use the Expect Value calculation to assess the profitability of any offer.

    Expected loss = Amount wagered x House edge

    Consider Single Deck BJ with a house edge of 0.26% then the expected loss would be £420 x 0.26% = 1.0920 so just over a £1, so that is an expected value of almost £99! OK not guranteed but the odds are firmly on your side.

  7. macdady on Tue, 24th Nov 2009 2:00 pm 

    Hi Darren,

    Do you have a video of how to do this offer on the bet72 membership site? Looking to join up again shortly. Cheers, Mac

  8. Darren Hall on Tue, 24th Nov 2009 2:19 pm 

    Am putting one up later today, so yes a great time to join up!

  9. Darren Hall on Tue, 24th Nov 2009 2:26 pm 

    Single Deck BJ is the lowest house edge game so yes that is the best choice.

    Here is the recommended strategy: Single Deck BJ Strategy

    Just match your dealt cards to the dealers showing cards and play as directed.

  10. john on Wed, 25th Nov 2009 2:04 pm 

    tried this today,played 20 games of single deck blackjack using the strategy chart given here Daren. 20 games a 1 and ended up losing 15 OUT OF THE 20 GAMES!!!!




  11. Dan on Thu, 26th Nov 2009 2:41 pm 


    I’ve just checked the T&Cs and it says that the cards will be chosen at random and that Chance, Community chest etc will not count towards the 21 cards needed. This seems to me to be a perfect get out clause for the company concerned.

    4 repeated cards and 4 Community chest/Chance etc and you’ve got no chance in winning the full set. Nowhere does it guarantee you’ll get the full set if you play every day.



  12. May on Fri, 27th Nov 2009 1:06 pm 


    Do you know if this offer is partner friendly?


  13. Jeff on Sat, 28th Nov 2009 11:05 pm 

    just to put your minds at rest and suggest a solution which i am sure darren will back up. firstly, i have now bet £20 5 days running and received 6 different cards, with one set complete and £3 winnings. (one card is free as stated).

    if u want a really easy safe way to make a profit just play roulette splendide. bet 30p on 0 (green) £5 on red, £5 on black – spin, u lose 30p. repeat this so u lose 60p but have completed the wager. u could have bet 60p 0n 0 then £10 red, £10 black once but from experience having only deposited £20 i did not want money from the added bonus to be part of the bet. anyway, keep going that way and 21 such bets mean u lose21x60p but win £100 so approx £88 in profit. partner friendly it is so £176 profit not bad

  14. Danny Wardale on Tue, 1st Dec 2009 12:59 pm 

    May it is partner friendly, and Dan I think you need to look through the terms and cons again…. they wont give you a card twice and they only give you properties not chance cards they are an extra thing which can just be ignored.

    Don’t forget everyone, if you are new to jackpotjoy get onto and you will get £15 cash back for using them. Also once signed up to jackpotjoy you can get a free £2 just by asking an admin in chat.

    Sorry to hear you are on a losing strreak which the strategy john, i certainly think to limit the risk you could take the £21 hit on the chin at least you know what you will lose and gain and the end.

  15. Peter Vaughan on Tue, 1st Dec 2009 4:27 pm 

    Further …….. t and c’s state that property card issued daily NOT chance and community . So far received 6 different cards and completed one set for £8 already . Single deck BJ and £13 profit on top . Nice Chrissy present

  16. May on Tue, 1st Dec 2009 10:39 pm 

    thanks Jeff.


  17. john on Thu, 3rd Dec 2009 7:42 pm 

    Anyone else having any problems getting single deck blackjack to load up
    When i try to game loads but sits at lets play.

  18. may on Sun, 10th Jan 2010 2:45 am 

    this was a great offer!! managed to score about £90 profit x 3 as it was partner friendly and got my Mother involved in this one, so £270 profit, not bad for free money!!!

    well done Darren for another great free money idea!



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