Free Casino Money

“Free Casino Money” used to be one of the most traditional bonuses offered by online casinos to new players. While some casinos still offer this rare promotion, many casinos have switched to deposit bonuses and/or free spins. It’s still an appealing perk and, most importantly, complies with the strict regulations of the UK Gambling Commission. The Commission announced that ‘free money’ is not in line with responsible gambling efforts and hence would revoke licenses from operators that continue to offer that perk.

There are still online casinos that have free money promotions including
Red Stag Casino, CoinFalls Casino, Desert Nights Casino, Slots Capital Casino, SlotoCash Casino, Miami Club Casino, and High Noon Casinos.

Please remember that we have not reviewed the above operators and hence do not recommend any of them throughout this site. Of course, you can still join the casino, but it’s at your own risk at this point.

Requirements and Restrictions

So why are we so cautiously using the term ‘no deposit’ bonus? Well, while they may be called ‘no deposit’, they are not free. To us, the terms are misleading customers because all online casino promotions come with unique requirements that players must meet to receive the bonus.
For example, Free Money Games and promotions feature a wagering requirement before any winnings generated through the bonus money can be withdrawn. It means that players must wager their bonus up to a certain amount, e.g., 50 times, and only if there is any money left you can request a cashout.
In addition to this, some online casinos also set out expiration dates on their Free Money Games, so players have to use the bonus or they lose it. The limited period depends entirely on the casino, though it ranges typically between one to ten days for bonus spins and something like 10 to 30 days for Free Money. Newer online casinos are much stricter on their expiration dates, so make sure you know what they are.

Bonus Terms at 32Red Casino

For example, 32Red Casino offers £10 to new customers upon registration. The casino’s website states the money appears instantly in a player’s account without having to deposit anything. However, the terms and conditions clearly say that the bonus must be used within seven days and that the casino can remove the bonuses and any related winnings. The bonus also has a 50x wager requirement, meaning players are required to spend £500 before they can withdraw any money. Whoa!

On top of that, withdrawals of winnings made with the deposit are limited to a maximum of £100. It means that if you try to withdraw more than that, the excess of £100 will be removed from the account balance.

William Hill Terms for Free Casino Money

William Hill Casino also offers new players a bonus of £10 upon registering. However, William Hill has a 35x wagering requirement, so players must wager £350 before they can withdraw their winnings. Players can also only withdraw a maximum of £25, and the bonus expires within 72 hours if it isn’t used.

Before you register with a casino and accept any such bonuses, we suggest you read the terms and conditions so you’re aware of what the requirements might be. It’s important to know this before playing and using the bonus, so you feel disappointed afterward.

Playing Free Casino Games

Other than free money, many casinos allow users to play their games for free. We love free games because they really do come with no strings attached and allow players to get a feel for the game, understand the rules, and feel fully comfortable before wagering any of their hard-earned money.

We highly recommend to test out casino games for free before signing up with any operator as it’s a no-risk way to start your online gambling experience. However, it’s important for you to know that you will not be able to win any money from playing games for free; even when you hit the jackpot!