Online gambling operators make it their business to capitalize on almost everything. If there’s a popular reality television series, like Dancing With the Stars, you can bet that gaming operators will have odds on it. If there’s a major story or event, you can bet there will be attractive odds and props on that. If a celebrity gets pregnant, you can even find odds on that. Not surprisingly, holidays also present yet another opportunity for online gambling operators to capitalize.
With the American Thanksgiving holiday approaching towards the end of this month, online casinos that still accept American players are ramping up their Thanksgiving holiday promotions. Research has already indicated that players enjoy playing games themed towards the season certainly online casinos are thankful for Thanksgiving.
Millionaire Casino is offering its Big Turkey promotion offering players the chance to participate in their Thanksgiving online slots tournament called “The Big Turkey”. With a prize pool of $10,000 shared between 800 players players have great chances of winning. The overall winner’s prize is $50k, the second prize is $10k and third prize is $5k. The Online Vegas Casino is running their Thanksgiving promotion in style with the $200,000 Countdown to Thanksgiving Guaranteed Freeroll. The Tournament begins Friday, November 12th and runs until Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 25th. 1st Place takes home $40,000 and runner-up prizes are awarded all the way up until 5000th place, though you have to feel pretty shitty if you’re the 5000th winner, as you’re really not much of a winner at all. Regardless, it’s a great promotion and it’s adds some excitement to the holiday season for online casino players.
Thanksgiving promotions are excellent because they are seasonal and also because they give the client and added incentive of the prospect of winning some extra cash heading into the Christmas holidays, just in time for the Christmas promotions.
If you accept US players, what Thanksgiving promotions are you running to take advantage of the holiday season?