No Deposit Bingo Sites
A no deposit bonus is usually a fixed sum (£1 to £20) that a bingo site offers you as an incentive to join their site. Note in most cases below you will a credit card to qualify for the offer. The bonus can be used to play in selected rooms so that you can get a feeling for the software, platform and chat.
You can’t withdraw the no deposit bonus, but any winnings you get may be subject to wagering terms. Wagering terms are very important when it comes to signing up for bingo sites that offer a no deposit bonus. In most cases you will have to deposit and wager x2 or x4 the bonus amount before you can even think about withdrawing winnings. For example if you have a £5 no deposit bonus with x4 wagering terms then you’d need to play £20 before you could withdraw. Our advice with all bingo sites is check the small print!!
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Our advice is always check the terms associated with the bingo site you sign up with. Things do differ from site to site. Far better to be aware of any pitfalls before signing up than finding out at a later date that your £500 bingo win is stuck in the system!!
Since mid-2017 the number of sites offering a no deposit bingo bonus has dwindled dramatically. New tax laws and a need for improved clarity on wagering terms has meant that operators now prefer offering free bingo games or bonus spins to players. However this doesn’t mean that “freebies” have completely vanished from the bingo world.
Sites like Mecca for example now offer free bingo to new players in a special newbie room. These rooms have limited time access! Other brands such as Clucky, Gala and William Hill also have free games for new players but only after they’ve deposited.
Bonus spins are also slowly becoming a popular incentive and the Wheels Of Slots Network have gone even further by replacing all bonuses with free slot spins. This is good for players in terms of added options but it does make comparisons between brands that extra bit harder. Keep an eye on the terms of each offer though and you can’t go too far wrong.