Looking For A No Deposit Bonus?

In the early days of online casino, bingo, poker and sportsbook, all and sundry dished out no deposit bonuses to new players. The amounts varied from site to site, but typically you could expect to pick up £5 or £10 in bonus money as a newbie. Over time the no deposit bonus started to fall out of favour as operators struggled to restrict sign-ups from taking advantage of such offers. Bigger brands also discovered that it wasn’t needed as much and opted for deposit bonuses instead.

The death knell for no deposit bonuses, and indeed reload bonuses, came in 2017 when Theresa May’s Government put extra taxation on bonus money. This resulted in a massive change across the gambling industry with many operators pulling no deposit welcome offers and reloads altogether.

However, it’s not all doom and gloom. Operators have adapted their promotions and welcome offers so that no deposit deals can still be had. Below you’ll find a mix of free spins (no wagering required), no deposit bonus spins (wagering required on winnings) and a fixed sum no deposit bonus (wagering terms will apply).

The no deposit bonus is a useful tool for trying out a particular casino or slot site. However it should be noted that you do not have to accept the bonus. If you choose not to use it and instead opt to wager cash then the bonus will eventually be lost (usually within 7 days) and you’ll not face any wagering issues.