Bonus Terms and Conditions
Bonus Terms and Conditions: R25 & 100% Opening Deposit Match
The bonus expires 5 days after being claimed.
The R25 Welcome Bonus is subject to 2 x turnover requirement
The Opening Deposit Match bonus is subject to a wager turnover requirement of 6 x (times). (This excludes the 1 x turnover requirement of the deposited funds - as per anti-money laundering requirements stated in our General Terms & Conditions).
The bonus is for use on Gold Reels Instant Games and Live Games only (excludes Baccarat and Roulette).
The bonus must be wagered at minimum odds of 0.70 (7/10). The bonus cannot be used on Sports, Lotto / Lucky Numbers and System / Multiple Bets
Should bonus requirements be met, a maximum of the bonus amount issued by Goldrush will be transferred to your real money wallet (withdrawable funds). The additional remainder of winnings will be forfeited and removed from your account.
The maximum withdrawal of winnings generated from real cash that has been solely converted from bonus money is equivalent to the bonus money issued by Goldrush.
The maximum winnings permissable from the 100% Opening Deposit Match Bonus is capped at R10 000.
The maximum winnings permissable from the R25 Welcome Bonus is capped at R1000.
Goldrush must verify the account with all details correct for the winnings to be redeemed.
The minimum amount permissible for withdrawal is R50.
Should it be identified that a customer mistreats their bonus issued, Goldrush reserves the right to deny that customer further bonuses in the future.
Should Goldrush deem that irregular betting or wagering has occurred, Goldrush reserves the right to close an account, return deposited funds to the customer and report the customer to the relevant authorities.
Bonuses offered are intended for recreational use only. Customers also have the option to not claim a bonus offered by Goldrush.
Unless stated by Goldrush, respective bonuses are only issued on a per-account basis, i.e. one bonus for one account based on details such as IP address, family, home, and email address.
Irregularities between the name of the account holder and the name of the individual making a deposit/s for that account may invalidate any bonus issuing.