Just when you think that the no deposit bonus has had it's day, the goalposts shift once again. A number of sites have decided to reintroduce a no deposit welcome offer. Is this a sign that the industry is settling after a huge upheaval? Or is it a sign that brands are struggling to get players through the doors without an incentive?
Whilst most brands offering a no deposit bonus have opted for free or bonus spins, William Hill Casino have gone all in with a £10 no deposit bonus. This offer is for new players only and runs until the 10th June 2018. Opt-in is required and the bonus comes with a 35x wagering requirement.
The bonus also has a £25 maximum withdrawal and the offer is available once per customer. Player, country, currency, game restrictions & terms apply. Full details of the offer can be found at William Hill Casino.
10 Free Spins
The last month has been a difficult one for Bgo.com, following the death of 'The Boss' Verne Troyer. His sad passing meant that they were forced to make changes to the site! One change they weren't forced to make was the one to their welcome offer. Out goes the 50 fair spins on first deposit and in comes a new 10 free spins with no deposit needed.
The free spins are awarded on registration and after mobile validation. Any wins from the spins are paid out as real cash. The cash balance can be withdrawn at any time, but a £2.50 charge applies. Joining the free spins is a 100 free spins bonus on first deposit. The same no wagering terms apply.
50 Bonus Spins
Spin Genie surprised us a few months back by completely withdrawing all their welcome offers. However, they've gone back on this decision and are now offering 50 bonus spins with no deposit needed plus a 200% first deposit bonus.
The 50 spins are available to play on one of, or a combination of the games Starburst, Dead or Alive, Twin Spin, Finn & The Swirly Spin, Gonzos Quest and/or Reel Rush. Any wins are paid out as a bonus and this bonus comes with a x60 wagering term.
More No Deposit Offers
It does seem that no deposit bonus offers are now more prevalent at slot/casino brands than bingo. We think that players respond better to something tangible (free spins, £10 bonus etc) and that may be why brands are making these changes post UKGC issues at the end of 2017.
It'll be interesting to see if further slot brands and even bingo sites start to offer more no deposit offers in the future.
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