3.) We do not allow the mixing of No-Deposit bonuses (e.g. If a deposit is made while a No Deposit Bonus is active, the wagering requirements and maximum allowed cash-out of the No Deposit bonus will still apply. The deposit amount will be credited to your balance, however the deposit amount is not considered to be in active play and any subsequent winnings are subject to the wagering requirements and maximum allowed cash-out of the No Deposit bonus until your balance is equal to or less than the deposit amount plus any existing balance available prior to the bonuses redemption.
Redeeming two or more No Deposit bonuses in a row can result in the removal of subsequent winnings
This is a very standard term shared by most casinos. In fact, many online casinos will not allow a person to take a, “Welcome Bonus,” if they have previously used a No-Deposit Bonus at all, so Bovada is actually pretty liberal on this one. In any case, almost no casino will allow multiple bonuses to be played simultaneously, and any attempt to do so will likely result in account closure and/or bonus forfeiture.
It is very important to note that the maximum cashout of the No Deposit Bonus will apply if you make a deposit while that bonus is going, so don’t do that! Your deposit may be more than the maximum you can cash out on the No Deposit Bonus. as the maximum cashout tends to be quite small.
4.) Free bonuses are not be redeemed consecutively. If you have redeemed one No Deposit bonus a real money deposit needs to have been made in the interim for you to be eligible to redeem a second No Deposit bonus. Bonus funds cannot be used for play on Live Dealer games.
Our final Condition from this section is one that is shared by most (but not all) online casinos. Generally speaking, online casinos do not want you to take No Deposit Bonuses over and over again hoping to eventually win while, “Free-Rolling,” them. No Deposit Bonuses are really just meant so that you can try out a few of the games and maybe win a few bucks. While taking a No Deposit Bonus (and never playing at the casino again if you lose) is technically an advantage play, the average expected value you get from such a bonus is VERY minimal, especially considering the maximum allowed withdrawal.
C.) REGULAR TERMS THAT AFFECT BONUSES
We have discussed all of Bovada’s bonus-specific terms, but it is also important for players to note that many of the regular Terms & Conditions at casinos will also have an impact on any bonuses being played. Once again, we will use Bovada as an example and determine what sorts of terms might apply:
- Any Terms that have to do with identity verifications, deposits, withdrawals and anything else also apply to bonuses. Really, the first thing that you should do before playing at any online casino is to read the regular terms and conditions and make sure you understand them and think they are fair.
- Any terms that have to do with only one account per household obviously also apply to bonuses. In fact, bonuses are pretty much the only reason why casinos care whether or not there is only one account per household, otherwise it wouldn’t matter.
- Occasionally, No Deposit Bonus terms will appear in the regular Terms & Conditions, rather than the Bonus Terms page, and that is the case with Bovada. The maximum withdrawal terms of their No-Deposit bonuses are as follows: