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A Beginner's Guide to the Different Types of Online Casino Bonus

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By GaryOPA on Feb 28, 2020 at 2:43 PM
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    The sheer amount of online casinos available to betting fans is staggering, especially as they’re all vying for your time. With so many sites competing, bonuses have become an integral part of the online casino experience and the main factor in how casinos offer the best for their customers.

    There are a few different types of casino bonuses, all pertaining to what sort of player you are and how you choose to bet. It’s important to know them too, as you don’t want to miss out on any vital bonuses that’ll make your journey within the world of online casinos the best it can be.

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    Welcome bonus

    The welcome bonus is the classic and most common of the bonuses that online casinos offer. This process is usually done through a bonus or promotion code that will activate it, so if you don’t know of one then it’s worth doing a little research.

    When you register as a new member of a site, you’ll usually receive around 100% - 200% of your first deposit, at least doubling the amount you can begin betting with. For a casino that offers a 100% bonus, this would mean that their new customers receive £50 on top of the first £50 they deposit.

    Monthly bonus

    For more experienced or seasoned players, loyalty to an online casino can mean great rewards for you, with monthly bonuses rolling in on a regular basis.

    Also known as reload bonuses, they won’t be advertised like many others as they’re only available to those that have been registered with certain online casinos for a longer period of time.

    Usually communicated through direct email or text, these bonuses are smaller than most but are more rewarding for players who play regularly.

    No deposit bonus

    No deposit bonuses may sound strange, as players don’t have to put forward any money to receive them. However, these bonuses are run regularly for newer players when casinos want them to try new games.

    While no deposit bonuses are great, it’s worth remembering that to withdraw any money won with them requires the player to meet certain wagering requirements. These can be pretty high requirements to meet too, so it’s worth carefully reading into what these are before committing to playing with this kind of bonus.

    High roller bonus

    For those that consider themselves VIPs of the online casino circuit, many sites offer high roller bonuses that give back to players who heavily invest their time and money into playing high stakes games.

    Like monthly bonuses, these are for established members and so aren’t advertised like most, but rather each high roller bonus is calculated on a case-by-case basis.

    Referral bonus

    Online casinos are an ever-growing community, especially with the shift from physical to cyberspace, and part of the reason why it’s become so big is because of the way it’s so talked about in the real world.

    Casinos have capitalised on this by offering members extra bonuses for referring a friend to them, who in turn also receives a bonus for joining.
     

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