The cashback also falls under the category of the free cash bonuses. The difference is that cashback is given when you have already made a deposit and used up your money. Casinos give you between 10 and 25% cashback on your losses during the week/ month. If you win, you win, if you lose, you also win 🙂
Reload bonuses are granted upon making your second/ third/ fourth, etc. deposit. The reload bonuses are usually not 100% match bonuses. They rarely go over 50%. For example, if you deposit £100, the casino will credit £50 more and you will have £150 to play with.
Refer a friend bonus
You have found a great casino, you have cashed out your winnings without frustrating delays, you released the bonus money and you like the game library so far? Why don’t you spread the word? If you invite a friend and they make a deposit, you get a referral bonus.
Bonuses for high rollers
If you have joined a casino where high rollers are warmly welcomed, chances are that you will receive personalised offers and bonus amounts several times higher than the bonuses for casual players. In addition, you will have to meet lower wagering requirements (10x instead of 35x). High rollers are also eligible for receiving birthday cash, holiday packages, etc. If you are hesitating if it is worth it to join a casino’s VIP club, check out our guide where all pros and cons are thoroughly explained.
Casinos have loyalty programs that enable players to collect reward points and redeem them for different bonuses. Every £1 deposited brings you comp points, diamonds, rubies or whatever the casino calls it. The loyalty bonuses are the more creative variation of the cashback bonuses.
Giveaways/ monthly/ weekly promotions
Log into your account regularly to check what’s up for grabs. All too often, the limited time offers are more attractive than the welcome bonuses and reload bonuses.