Getting some extra green for St Patricks Day

We’re fast approaching Saint Patrick’s Day. This Sunday, 17 March in case you weren’t aware.

Get set to break out your best green garb and consume a pint or two of green tinged beer.

But also be aware that leading up to the big day are some pretty generous live casino offers being run in celebration of Saint Paddy. Any excuse I guess?

St Patrick's day at Unibet

Over at Unibet, players from the UK and a few other European countries can score up to €£500 cash each and every day from today until the 17th. Their promo is all about completing a set of missions on their live blackjack tables.

There are 5 missions. The more you manage to complete on any day the more cash you get.

Complete all 5 and €£500 is yours. You can do this every day for a maximum €£3500 cash bounty for the week.

The missions aren’t easy to tick off, but they’re also far from impossible (eg 2 Blackjacks in a row, or 3 Aces dealt to a single hand). With the luck of the Irish on your side you should be able to at least score a minor cash prize or two.

You can read more about Unibet’s St Patrick’s Day Blackjack Challenges here.

Casinos in the Betsson Group (Betsson , Betsafe etc) are also getting into spirit of things. They’re holding a group wide leaderboard on their exclusive live blackjack and roulette tables.

This is a straight wager race. The 200 top staking players from now until midnight on the 17th, share in a €40K cash prize pool. The winner gets €6000.

All players on the leaderboard also go into a cash draw in which 20 drawn players win a further €500 cash each.

You can read all the details on Betsson’s St Patrick’s week leaderboard here.

Curiously, Paddy Power aren’t running a St Paddy offer. They are more interested in the Cheltenham festival.

Dublinbet, whose logo is a shamrock, are also notably quiet on offers dedicated to St Patrick.

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