Reading the Small-Print

The internet is awash with a massive selection of tempting casino bonuses. If you’re an avid gamer it can be hard to avoid the temptation to take online casinos up on these potentially lucrative offers. There’s also no reason you shouldn’t as using casino bonuses is one of the most effective ways to overcome the house advantage.

However, to avoid disappointment when attempting to cash in online casino bonuses it is important to read the fine print offered by the casino you are joining. Understanding the rules applied to online bonuses can save both time and money and enhance your enjoyment of the exciting world of online gaming.

1. Read the Terms & Conditions
Every casino offer on the internet is required to have a link to the terms and conditions of the casino offer. If you’re the type of person who avoids small print, now’s the time to overcome this habit. Terms & Conditions clauses have important information on which regions and countries don’t qualify for bonuses, whether or not promo codes are required to unlock the bonus, as well as the consequences of using the bonus.

2. What to look out for
One of the most important things to look out for in a casino bonus is a turnover requirement. Many casinos will require you to turnover your balance several times before you can withdraw funds if you have made use of a casino bonus. While casinos rarely require players to turnover their balance more than 6 times, certain conditions such as player location and currency used to bet can lead to a 50x turnover requirement – a tall order for even the most skilled gamer.

If you read the small print you’ll reap bigger profits more often and avoid the frustration of missing out on a bonus or having your funds locked up in an online casino account.

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About Paul Greefin

Paul Greefin – was born in 1975 in waterford, Ireland. Being a very creative person, Paul decided to enter the prestigious University of London study art there. In 2001 he graduated and started his career as a writer of articles about modern art for layman. One of his colleagues made him interested in gambling and now Paul is a good poker player dreaming of entering a professional league.