Is New Jersey Online Gambling Site Virgin Casino Free $50 for Real?

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Is New Jersey Online Gambling Site Virgin Casino Free $50 for Real?

A number of our readers were wondering if the New Jersey online gambling site was really offering a FREE $50 in cash to new signups.  The answer to this question is a resounding YES with a big BUT… this works like a refill bonus, hence the ‘Up to $50 Bonus Cash’.  So opening your account with $5 won't result in VirginCasino giving you $50.

It’s not unusual for online gambling sites worldwide to offer free money (though European sites tend to offer less than what is offering.

For those of you wondering if there is a catch, well, let’s face it, VirginCasino is not a bank or Robin Hood in the guise of an Internet casino.

There are play through requirements.  Back in the early days of online gambling  there were casinos getting eaten up by customers who would deposit funds into their accounts, receive the qualifying bonus money up front, then pull all funds plus bonus money never to be seen again.

Sure it’s FREE MONEY but you still have to earn it.

Better than the Free $50 is the $10,000 one can earn on the community jackpot, which can be won at any time, on any bet, on any game.. was the fastest growing online gambling site in the state of New Jersey last month (March 2014).  The site offers real money blackjack, slots, video poker and much more.  Watch for their new online poker product coming soon.

More on how this offer works courtesy of the website:

Playing is way more fun when you know the hot streak is going to last. So we're keeping things exciting even longer with a Bonus Cash offer worth up to $50*.

Just load your account with $10 or more. We'll top up your bankroll with the value of your first deposit up to $50 in Bonus Cash if you’ve hit a not-so-hot streak within your first week.

That's more fun, more to play with, and more to love. And only for your first 7 days, so hop on and play with us now.

*Bonus Cash is Bonus Money. Bonus Money must be played online, is subject to a 1 time play though requirement and is not redeemable for cash. Rules apply.


- Payton O’Brien, Senior Editor

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