New No Deposit Casinos UK 2017


Welcome Bonuses & No Deposit Bonuses.
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New No Deposit & Welcome Deposit Bonuses

It is hard to find an online casino that doesn’t offer a Welcome Bonus. All serious operators and those that aim to attract new players do offer a welcome bonus offer typically in the form of a deposit bonus.

These bonuses serve as a motive for all potential customers because they give them the chance to play their favourite casino games with more money than what they originally intended to deposit.

All offers apply to new customers and players over 18 only. Please gamble responsibly.

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Types of Welcome Bonuses

As it was mentioned, welcome bonuses are most often deposit bonuses. Some casinos also offer extra free spins that are awarded in addition to the deposit match bonus, and a smaller number of casinos offer a welcome bonus consisted only of free spins. Also, no deposit bonuses are at times included in the welcome bonus package and they are usually awarded right after registering, whereas the deposit bonus is awarded later.

It is less common for a casino to offer a cashback bonus as a welcome bonus, because cashback bonuses are awarded only after you lose a certain amount of money, while the point of the welcome bonus is to convince players to join because they will get an instant benefit.

Claiming a Welcome Bonus

Sometimes a welcome bonus might have a bonus code that you will need to use, either when you register, or when you are about to make your first deposit. Other times, the casino will give you an option to opt in and claim the bonus. The option to claim the bonus might be prompted automatically when you register or when you’re about to deposit, or, less often, you might be required to send an email or contact customer support via live chat in order to claim the welcome bonus. Many casinos award the welcome bonus automatically to every player who meets the bonus terms and conditions.

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Welcome Bonus Terms and Conditions

The bonus terms and conditions always contain the same elements, but the specifications may vary. The title of the bonus usually includes both the amount that is awarded, that is the maximum amount and the match percentage. For example, if it is a 100% first deposit bonus up to £200, it means that you will get an amount equal to the one that you deposit up to a maximum of £200, so if you deposit £300, you will only get a £200 bonus.

While the bonus amount and the match percentage are very important and they are indication of how lucrative a bonus is or isn’t, they aren’t the only things that you should consider when choosing a bonus. The wagering requirement is also very important. The wagering requirement is the amount that you must wager through before you can withdraw your bonus winnings, or the bonus amount as such.

This requirement is usually given as ’25 times the bonus plus the deposit amount’ or ’40 times the bonus amount’. So, if your bonus is a 100% match of up to £100, you receive the full sum and the wagering requirement is x25 the bonus plus deposit, it means that you will need to play through an amount of £200 times 25 which is £5,000. Only then you’d be able to withdraw your bonus winnings.

And in addition to the requirement itself, you should also check the contribution towards the requirement of particular games. Slots usually contribute in full, with few exceptions, but the contribution of games like Blackjack can be as low as 10%. That means that if you are still making wagers towards the requirement and you place £100 on Blackjack, only £10 will be counted towards the requirement. Some games may not even contribute at all, and you should avoid playing them until you complete the requirement.

There is usually a certain period during which you should use your bonus, it can be a week, 15 days, 30 days, etc. There’s also a period during which you must complete the requirement and if you fail to do so, the bonus will be annulled.

The rest of the terms and conditions usually specify technical stuff and explain the specifics of each bonus. It goes without saying that one customer is only entitled to one bonus, and operators usually employ a ‘one bonus per household’ policy.

As it was mentioned, certain casinos offer bonuses not just on the first, but also on the second, third, and sometimes even the following few deposits. It is important that you cannot claim the second bonus before you complete the wagering requirement of the first and so on.

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No Deposit Bonuses

A No Deposit bonus is different than a deposit bonus in that it is usually awarded right after you register an account. The bonus amount is usually fixed and much lower - £5, or £10 in most cases. You can use this bonus right away, but before you can withdraw your bonus winnings you will also need to complete a certain wagering requirement.

The wagering requirement for the no deposit bonus is always a number of times the bonus amount, either 50 or perhaps even higher. The situation with game contribution is usually the same, only certain games contribute towards the requirement and you need to complete the requirement in full before you can withdraw your bonus winnings. No deposit bonuses are also valid only for a certain amount of time and you will need to complete the requirement within a particular time frame. No deposit bonuses usually have shorter periods, due to the fact that the bonus amounts are also significantly lower.

There is often a limit on the amount of the bonus that you are allowed to place in one wager. For example, if the bonus is £10, you won’t be able to wager the full amount in one spin. Also, there might be a limit on the total amount of winnings that you can claim using the bonus. That amount can be either 10 times the bonus amount, or it can be fixed to a particular sum.