Slots Bonus

Everyone loves a game of slots and what we love even more is a slot bonus! Slot bonuses help you to increase your overall payout. But the biggest mistake one makes is grabbing the first bonus offer you come across. Choosing a slots UK bonus should be done strategically.

You should also have in mind that different software providers offer different types of bonuses. We cover most of the casino softwares and you can read about Microgaming slots, Vegas Technologies slots, Playtech slots, Rival Gaming slots, Cryptologic, RTG slots, Parlay Entertainment and Slotland on our blog.

The first thing you should remember is that most slot machines and slot bonuses differ from one another. There are rarely the same. Some slots bonuses are in pounds while some offer a percentage on the deposit amount. Most casinos will not just let you take the money. You will have to wager your bonus and your deposit as well, in some cases; before they let you walk away with the bonus. Another thing you have to keep in mind is not to wager away the bonus totally once you’ve won it in the hope of winning one more. You want to win the jackpot with your bonus.

There are a few pointers one should keep in mind while choosing a slots bonus. Though most sites give you the bonus automatically it is best to check whether you are required to request the bonus by mailing the site or if there is a specified form that you may have to fill out. There are some sites which do not include counting payouts on progressive slots in clearing your slots bonus, therefore choose a site on which every game you play will count in clearing your slots bonus. You should always read the terms and conditions of the site regarding the deposit amount and slot bonus.

Match Bonus

Most of the casinos online offer ‘match bonuses’ which adds a certain percentage( 25% to 500%) of the initial deposit. This is then added to a bonus account from which the player can use funds for wagering or it is put into the players account. In choosing a slots bonus, every player should know how the system works in order to get the most out of it. The amount deposited by the player initially, is deposited into the player’s account. Most casinos offer a 100% to 150% bonus on the deposit and this is added to a bonus account, the player can then use this bonus in all his games. The catch here is that the player has to wager a certain amount of money (50x on an average) before he can ‘cash-out’ his bonus.

Most sites do not offer this bonus on progressive slots games. Sometimes you may not be able to cash out your bonus, this is known as a sticky bonus where you can only use the amount to wager, it is thus very important that you know what you are getting into while choosing a slots bonus, and also knowing what to do with it.