GIBRALTAR, June 8 /CNW/ - Bounty-hunters far and wide are gathering to
begin an eight-week treasure hunt with Mansion Casino which could see them not
only cashing in, but spending their plundered treasure in the Caribbean!
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The promotion is an eight-week treasure hunt, with the pirate parrot
Captain Cash as your guide, and a prize pool of $5000 which includes a holiday
worth up to $2000 plus $500 for the top treasure hunter. Prizes are plentiful,
with Captain Cash paying out to any player who is drawn in the top 35 when
they get to the end of the game in week eight.
The treasure hunt begins on June 8th, when players find themselves
ship-wrecked off the coast of Captain Cash's treasure island. To leave the
ship, they must play any MansionCasino.com online casino game to earn gold
coins, which advance them around the island. Every week, Captain Cash
introduces a new, exotically-themed game which carries bonus gold coins on a
Wednesday and concludes in a weekend tournament. But the crafty captain
doesn't like to make it too easy, choosing to send a 'Treasure Trail Tip Off'
clue regarding which game to play, rather than squawk the secret location out
to neighbouring pirates. (Don't worry if you fall short of Sherlock, you can
find out the 'secret' destination when you log on to your account...).
Each weekend's tournament will earn you extra casino gold coins, and a
potential portion of the tournament's $500 prize money. Additional bonuses
include 100 extra coins for every $50 placed in one single deposit, in one
The draw will take place on 3nd August, and notification of the results
will be sent by email. The lucky winner sails away with a $2000 holiday and
$500 spending money, and there are cash prizes of $400, $300, $200 and $100
for second to fifth places respectively. The following 30 names drawn from the
pool will win $50 each.
So, polish your eye patch, practise your Pirate-speak (you'll need
near-fluency to understand the Captain!) and set sail for Captain Cash's
For further information:
For further information: Amy Williams, Tel: +350-200-72550, e-mail: