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Make sure you understand the online casino gambling bonuses

By mr-gambling on 2014-02-03 09:37:27

When potential new customers first start to think of gambling online, whether it is sports gambling or casino gambling, they are likely to be offered a number of welcome bonus deals to encourage them to register with a particular online gambling site. Most online sports gambling sites also offer bonuses in the form of free bets on a regular basis to existing customers, and in general these offers are pretty straight forward and easy to understand. Unfortunately the same cannot always be said of the online bonus offers available to new casino gambling customers and we regularly hear of problems because people did not understand the terms associated with accepting a welcome bonus when they started playing online casino games. Almost all the casino gambling bonuses take the form of an option to receive a 100% matching bonus equal to the initial deposit paid into the online casino account. Some online casino gambling sites also offer reduced bonuses on the second and third deposits, all of which look very attractive until you look at the terms and conditions associated with these bonuses. The one which causes the most problems for some people is the play-through requirement. This usually stipulates a multiple of the deposit plus bonus which has to be gambled before any money can be taken out of the account, and can be as high as 30 times the deposit plus bonus. Some bonus offers also have a time limit associated with the play-through requirement. If the new casino gambling customers understand and take account of this requirement there is no problem and they will benefit from free stake money, but many will find that they may not be able to afford to satisfy the play-through requirement so please stay within your limits and don’t accept an offer you can’t afford. If you’re looking for an incentive without stringent conditions take a look at the new No Bonus casino which as the name suggests does away with bonuses and offers cash-back instead. We think that is a great idea and welcome the move away from complicated bonuses.