Huge $10,000 September Slots Freeroll at Miami Club Casino

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The big September online slots tournament at Miami Club casino is in the lobby and waiting for you to enter, and it's delivering a quite stunning $10,000 prize pool. The tournament is called the September Winner, it's being played on the superb 5 reel video slot of Amazing 7's, and it runs right up until midnight on October 4th meaning that no matter how busy your schedule is this month, surely you can spare 15 minutes to take on slots players from around the world! The entry fee for the September Winner tourney is just $3.50 and as it's a rebuy tournament you can get in on the action twice should you wish to. Your aim, as is the aim with all Miami Club slots tournaments, is to get as high up that leaderboard as possible, knocking the competition out of the way as you go and dazzling them with your slots skills. The higher you finish, the bigger your cash prize, and to get a slice of this one, you will of course need to be a member of the great US friendly Miami Club casino.

After registering your Miami Club account, getting it funded is simple and swift and you'll find a great variety of payment methods available. Many US slots players prefer to use the major credit cards or Visa and MasterCard, however more and more players are now finding that prepaid cards provide the perfect solution for them. When making that first deposit you will of course want to take advantage of the huge welcome bonus that's on offer, a staggering deal that's worth $800 free, with you receiving 8 x 100% match bonuses of up to $100 each. On top of that initial bonus you will be provided with regular reload bonuses, freespins offers and now and then, when Miami Club are feeling especially generous, you'll get the occasional no deposit casino bonus too. This is the first big online slots tournament of the fall, the time of year when more and more players take to the reels after that summer break, meaning that the prize pool of this big one, could even exceed the guaranteed $10,000.