We all see it, some who are new to gambling believe it, others who are more of the veteran classes know exactly what they are but what do you guys think of the freeplay bonuses?
Now there is a thing where people may play them to get a "feel" for the casino but in reality is there any reward by taking them?
So for MG casinos its advertised as the chance you "cannot afford to miss because you cant lose", and you keep what you win... and at Rivals its freeplay in stages.
I dont know but each of them mean completely nothing to me and I dont see any logic in them existing (apart from maybe reeling in someone who doesnt know gambling well enough to know what they are)
So if an MG says "have $3000 on us" that means if you meet a very low (and impossible to not beat) WR and have $100 balance over the original $3000 then its yours..... as long as you deposit $50 and then have to wager the total balance 40X before cashout. Thats like getting a standard 200% bonus which nearly all casinos already offer as standard on your first deposit.
Even when playing it you dont gain any incentives or bonus points. Yes some Rivals used to give 0.3 points per $10 wagered on slots (very little but still something) but now they dont even give that.
So I dunno, it makes it worse when casinos brand them as "no deposit bonuses". I just see them as a way for casinos to cover up people depositing, make people think its easy free cash and then wham before they know it they end up depositing all the time
"freeplay" bonuses... avoid or not?
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