Damian Aspinall, the owner of Aspers in Stratford- likes his champagne and not any old champagne. his favourite bottle of the fizzy stuff is Armand de Brignac Ace Of Spades Brut Gold - which retails at a hefty £600. Well, it looks delicious and I should think at that price it probably is!
In fact, he likes this fizz so much that he has promised to give away £1 million worth of it to lucky roulette players playing at Aspers Stratford.
If you are playing roulette at Aspers in Westfield Stratford City, and you place a bet and win a repeat number on the wheel, you win a champagne token which will give you a one in three chance of winning a bottle of Armand de Brignac.
Spinning For Gold
The promotion is called Spinning For Gold. Play at one of their single zero roulette tables until 14 February 2017 and, if you’re lucky enough to bag a gold coin, you’ll be on your way to win a bottle of Champagne Armand de Brignac.
To win the promotional Gold Coin token, you need to have a valid bet on a winning number when a repeat number is spun. So, say the number 17 is spun. You then place a bet on the number 17, and it comes in again- you would get a token.
You would then need to place the token on a dozen or column bet (so you have just under 1:3 chance of winning). If that comes in, you win a £600 bottle of Armand de Brignac Ace Of Spades Brut Gold! (Well it's worth £660 in fact).
Blackjack First, Then Roulette
This roulette promotion follows a similar one on blackjack that took place between December 1 and January 15: - that was the Aspers’ Ace of Spades promo which shelled out £1m worth of £660 bottles of Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Brut Gold champagne to anyone who hi blackjack with the ace of spades and any other spade card worth 10 points (like the jack of spades)
The promotion was such a hit that Damian Aspinall decided to invite all of the roulette players to the party with the Spinning for Gold promo. The promo runs until February 14. After that, you'll need to fork out for your own bubbly! (Bet you go for a bottle of Veuve Clicquot instead, and why not- it's a fine drop.