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FreeSlotMoney.com Launches Free Money Fridays Sweepstakes To Reward Players!

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“Free Money Fridays from Free Slot Money”
FreeSlotMoney.com has announced its introduction of “Free Money Fridays”, which is their way of rewarding some of their lucky players with real cash. This means that every Friday of the month, their newly introduced “cash sweepstakes” will reward lucky players $100 in cash, while on the last Friday of the month, the grand prize of $500 will be given away.

“There is no gimmicks, this is free cash money ranging from $100 up to $500,” said Stan Rogers, contributing editor of FreeSlotMony.Com. The site offers a unique website experience that covers all angles giving an inside look at online casino slot bonuses.

“To participate in our Free Money Fridays cash sweepstake, simply make a minimum of $25 deposit on any casino via the FreeSlotMoney.com site between 12:00 am until 11:59pm every Friday. Then email your username and the casino where you made the deposit at contact@freeslotmoney.com to opt in,” explained the spokesperson.

The drawing of the cash prize will be made the following day (Saturday) and participating players will be notified via email. “Winning players will receive their cash after wagering one-time their deposit amount,” said the spokesperson.

The Free Slot Money promotion will be announced via Facebook and Twitter and the promoters are reminding followers to look out for the hash tag #FreeMoneyFridays.

Free Slot Money, which has become a valuable asset to online casino slot enthusiasts with their website at FreeSlotMoney.com, covers all areas of the online slot playing experience from extensive reviews and recommendations, to an active forum and blog.

With 2014 being predicted by online slot experts to be a banner year for the site, FreeSlotMony.com is now the go to place to find the latest and best information on online casino slot bonuses.

In an effort to up the ante, the site has decided to introduce their Free Money Fridays cash promotion, which aims to provide an incredible incentive to their online slot players and to separate themselves from their competition.

Arguing that in the crowded world of online gaming wagering, picking which site to use can be a choice that leaves many players guessing, the Free Slot Money spokesperson has revealed their focus is primarily on providing answers on which online casinos require deposits to collect their bonuses and which are deposit free.

“The details of depositing and withdrawing funds and other ins and outs of each casino have been fully covered,” the source said.

ABOUT FREESLOTMONEY.COM

FreeSlotMoney.com aims to powerfully continue its forward momentum in 2014 and beyond, expanding in all areas to offer an even more complete user experience for the online casino enthusiast. The passion and knowledge of the site contributors is clear and with the ever-growing number of online casinos, so is the need for a site like FreeSlotMoney.com. This combination should prove to be a winner for all concerned, especially the players who use the site to get the best in online slot casino bonuses, strategies and winning methods.

For additional information within the online casino community, online slot games, and online casino slot bonuses, contact Stan Rogers at Free Slot Money directly: http://www.freeslotmoney.com/. They are also socially available on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.

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Company Name: Free Slot Money
Contact Person: Stan Rogers
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Phone: 9876876689
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.freeslotmoney.com/

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