Lucky in Love Bonus at


Not everybody can be lucky in love on Valentine’s Day, but anyone with a account can receive a Lucky in Love bonus. All you have to do is make a nominal deposit of $25, and $14 in bonus play will be credited to your account instantly!

How to Participate in the Lucky in Love Promotion

The Lucky in Love bonus promotion at Harrah’s Online Casino started on Wednesday, February 14, but the bonus is still yours for the asking and will be through Saturday, February 17. Here is what you need to do to claim it.

  • Log into your account anytime during the four day promotion period.
  • Make a deposit of $25 or more, using the bonus code LOVE18.

Your $14 bonus will be credited to your account immediately.

Of course, if you wish to deposit more than $25, you can, but the only benefit to doing so is having more betting money at your disposal if you feel you need it. You will not receive a larger bonus.

It should also be noted that you can only claim this bonus once, and deposits made at the Caesars Atlantic City casino cashier’s cage or through PayNearMe don’t count.

Lucky in Love Bonus Wagering Requirements

The wagering requirements for the $14 bonus depend on your game choice. While you can select any game in the casino, only slots count the full 100%. Here are the wagering requirements for each type of game at Harrah’s Online Casino.

  • Slots: 5x bonus
  • Roulette: 25x bonus
  • Video Poker or Blackjack: 50x bonus

$14 is an unusual amount for a bonus, but you don’t have to rely on guesswork to figure out how much you need to wager. In case you don’t have a calculator handy, I did the math for you, and here are the results:

  • Slots: $70
  • Roulette: $350
  •  Video Poker or Blackjack: $700

You have 7 days to complete the wagering. While the bonus playthrough is in progress, the bonus, your $25 deposit tied to the bonus, and any bonus related winnings are all locked into your account and temporarily unavailable for withdrawal. Any attempted premature withdrawal of this money or failure to complete the required wagering within the 7 day allotted time frame will result in forfeiture of both the bonus and any resulting winnings.

Is the Lucky in Love bonus all hype or is it actually a good offer?

The Lucky in Love bonus is a good offer. On the one hand, Harrah’s statement that this bonus is so much better than flowers or chocolate that it will “sweep you off your feet” is quite a stretch, (though maybe not if you hit a jackpot betting it!)  However, before you dismiss this bonus as “skimpy,” keep in mind that with a $25 deposit (which is all that’s required), you are getting more than a 50% deposit match. This percentage is superior to what you have to settle for with many other NJ online casino bonuses.

Furthermore, the deposit and wagering requirements are small enough to make this bonus readily accessible to players at any betting level. Because you are given a whole week to clear the bonus, even clearing it with video poker or blackjack is very feasible. All you have to do is wager $100 per day. However, $700 is an excessive amount to be spending clearing a bonus of only $14, and for that reason, your best bet is to stick to slots. Select only those slot games with a return to player (RTP) of 96% or better, and you should be fine.

In summary, even if your Valentine’s Day was disappointing, this sweet offer from Harrah’s Online Casino should cheer you up.





Barbara Nathan
Barbara Nathan is both a professional writer and casino, poker, and sports betting expert. Originally from NYC, she relocated to Absecon, NJ in 2013 just prior to the official launch of New Jersey regulated online casino and poker gambling. Besides keeping tabs on important developments in the industry from day 1, Barbara is very familiar with what each NJ online casino has to offer. Her comprehensive, unbiased reviews and promotion descriptions provide a valuable service to NJ online casino players. Barbara also enjoys volunteering in the Atlantic City community. She is a certified literacy tutor at the Atlantic City Public Library.

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