Welcome offers

Online operators eager to make a good first impression will give players a no deposit welcome bonus on registration. While they most commonly come in the form of free spins, those that hand out complimentary cash, such as 888Casino and, do exist. As was hinted at earlier, free money comes with its own set of T&Cs (more on this further down) so be sure to familiarise yourself with them or face being informed of them by a customer support agent in a potentially heated exchange down the line.


If you’re fond of playing at a particular reputable casino, recommending it to a friend can get you a referral bonus in return. Again, there are steps you and your friend(s) will be asked to take, such as meeting a wagering requirement, before you see a spike in your balance. Aside from the benefit you’ll receive as the referrer, some operators also grant additional perks to the referee such as an extra amount over and above the standard welcome offer. Unibet advertises its refer-a-friend bonus on its promotions page with a link to use and a procedure to follow. And if you’re unable to come across a mention of this form on site, query it with their support team. After all, if a friend of yours intends to sign up anyway, you may as well receive something too.

Ask an agent

Another way to gain access to a no deposit bonus is to straight-out ask for one. If you’re a long-standing player who’s deposited and wagered a fair bit, try your luck at contacting customer support to see if they’re feeling generous that day. Better still, get in touch with your own loyalty manager, if possible, as they’ll be at greater liberty to reward you with a cashback deal or a goodwill gesture. You’ve got nothing to lose by asking, but remember not to get too annoyed if they decline your request every now and again.