Below is a list of bonus codes that have been checked and confirmed valid for all Ladbrokes Casino offerings. T&Cs Apply.
|Product||Bonus Description||Terms||Promo Code|
|Ladbrokes Casino||Stake £10 Get £50 Bonus||18+. New players only. Min bet £10 on qualifying games. 40x wager reqs (bonus only) on selected games. Bonus valid for 30 days. Certain deposit types excluded. Bets covering >70% of Roulette table excluded. T&Cs Apply.||Follow Link|
|Ladbrokes Casino||100% Up To £500||18+. New Customers Only. Min £20 deposit. Max bonus £500. 20x (deposit + bonus) wagering reqs apply. Contributions to wagering reqs vary by game. Bonus valid for 30 days (bonus + winnings removed). Certain games and payment methods excluded. Bets covering 67% or more of Roulette table don’t count to wagering. T&C's apply.||None Required|
|Ladbrokes Live Casino||None Available||Not Applicable||None|
|Ladbrokes Vegas||400% Bonus Up To £400||New customers only. Min deposit £35. Max bet limitations. Wagering requirements are 50 times the deposit + bonus amount. 18+. T&C's Apply.||Follow Link|
The promo code is entered in step 3 of registration.
Sign up for a new account at Ladbrokes.com using the link at the top of this page. The £50 Casino Bonus will be credited immediately once £10 has been deposited and staked on qualifying games. The bonus will expire in 30 days In order to withdraw any winnings from your account you must complete wagering requirements of 40 times the bonus (£2000) within 30 days of the bonus becoming active. If wagering requirements have not been met within 30 days then the bonus and any winnings will be removed from your accounts. Read full terms here.
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|Bonus Expiry:||30 Days|
|Minimum Rollover:||40x Deposit|
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The Ladbrokes brand has a long history dating back to the late nineteenth century. Originally a small agency that catered for taking horse racing bets from the British aristocracy and high society, they catered to the clientele of many of the elite Gentlemen's Clubs in the St James area of Central London.
Ladbrokes fortunes wavered in the middle of the twentieth century until the advent of legalised betting in the 1960s. The company widened its reach beyond the upper classes and went public, offering its shares for sale on the London Stock Exchange. By 1971 Ladbrokes owned and operated 660 betting shops in the UK.
The 1970s saw Ladbrokes start to move into the Casino market. By 1977 Ladbrokes owned 3 London Casinos that were responsible for around 27% of the British Casino market. Determined to increase their market share even further Chairman Cyril Stein hired Danish Andreas Christensen to head their Marketing Division.
During his time at Ladbrokes Christensen engaged in many illegal practices to market the casinos. Agents would note down the license numbers of expensive cars parked outside rival casinos, Christensen then bribed a corrupt Police Officer to provide name and address details from the Police National Computer. He would then use these details to send gifts, flowers and Champagne to their residences inviting them to come and gamble in Ladbrokes casinos. The scheme was exposed by Private Eye, believed to have obtained their information from one of Ladbrokes key rivals, Playboy. In 1979 the Ladbrokes offices were raided by Police and the renewal of the Casinos licenses was refused. Ladbrokes appealed, but the court heard evidence from the Cyril Steins' personal secretary, Janet Ballard, that revealed she had been ordered to shred all documents relating to the scheme, known as Unit Six. The appeal was rejected and by the 1980s all Ladbrokes casino businesses were closed.
In 1994, following the retirement of Cyril Stein, Ladbrokes again made a move into the Casino market. They purchased City Clubs which ran three casinos; Maxims, the Golden Horseshoe and Charlie Chester's. In 1997 they purchased their largest competitor, Coral, but the deal was declared a monopoly and they were forced to sell. They used the proceeds of the sale to purchase the Stakis hotel chain and by the end of the 1990s they owned 92 hotels and 27 casinos in the UK.
In 2000 Ladbrokes sold all their casinos to Gala and moved into online gambling. Their strong UK brand meant that they very quickly established themselves as a leader in the market. The Ladbrokes casino website is powered by Playtech and offers downloadable software, as well as the ability to play flash based games in a web browser. Existing customers of Ladbrokes can use the same account to log in across all their online properties.
The Ladbrokes online casino has over 290 games on offer, including casino classics like roulette, blackjack and casino hold'em. Players can also access a live casino area where they can gamble via live video streaming on blackjack, roulette, baccarat, casino hold'em and Hi-Lo. The website is accessible via mobile browser, as well as downloadable apps for iOs and Android.