No Deposit Bonuses - A Welcome Guide
No deposit required bonuses are often where gamblers begin their online casino experience. It makes sense to start with risk-free bonus money until you've found your way around at least one casino and know what you are doing.
Lots of online casinos offer new members a welcome bonus without requiring a deposit. Usually, these no deposit offers come in the form of free bonus money (ie. $/€/£10 free) or free spins on a particular slot game or a selection of slots. There are other less-common forms of free bonuses that don't require a deposit so don't be surprised if you see a mixture of different types of free bonuses or promotions listed at OCNDR.
Some tips and advice to remember when playing with these freebies. It's especially important to read this information if you're a newcomer to no deposit bonuses or online casinos in general.
Tips & Advice
If you're living in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK, USA or Europe/use euros then we suggest you start with our country/currency-specific pages and menus for where you reside. You'll see a drop-down menu in the left-column of this page (and every other page at OCNDR) containing no deposit bonuses available to you. Click on your country's flag to read more about the bonuses - or use these links:
Players in some other countries will also be able to claim the bonuses we've listed for those above. Likewise, people living in the above countries can also take no deposit bonuses in different currencies. For example, someone in North America can still join and play at an online casino that only operates in euros, as long as the casino itself does not exclude American-based players, of course.
Not all casinos will offer your currency as a banking option but all conversion to/from your own currency and that of the casino is usually done automatically without any real input required from you, ie. you could deposit your euros (if you live in Spain) into a casino that only offers US$ play. So you'll purchase dollars into your casino account and the appropriately converted amount of euros will be charged to you. Likewise with cashouts, you would withdraw your winnings as US$ (the casino's currency) but that money would convert into euros when it reaches your bank/e-wallet account, assuming that your account is in euros, of course. Most online casinos offer different currencies (and languages) but even if your local currency is not supported by a casino, there shouldn't be any problems. Depositing, playing and withdrawing is done in the same way.
We recommended using the free XE Currency Converter to calculate the conversion value of different currencies.
We encourage you to use our dropdowns/country-specific pages if your country/currency is listed but no matter where you live, you should check our Mega List of ALL no deposit required bonus offers from reliable online casinos. Pretty much the entire planet can claim free bonuses somewhere in The Mega List where every bonus is listed with included/excluded country info and a link to the casino's t&c.
Free spins? Bonus spins? Extra spins? What?
The term 'free spins' is worth highlighting. A few online casinos are informing websites such as ourselves that they now want their 'free spins' to be described as 'bonus spins' or 'extra spins' or whatever. Magic spins, perhaps? The spins haven't changed, they still require no deposit and the terms haven't changed. All that's changed is the casino pandering to ridiculous, inconsistent (putting it very mildly) licensing 'guidelines' that do nothing but make things seem more complicated than they really are. So if you see a mixture of 'bonus spins', 'extra spins', etc. when they're clearly free spins, you'll know why we've described them as such. Most sensible casinos continue to correctly identify their free spin offers as 'free spins', handily enough.
Fortunately, as 2022 rolls to a close the number of casinos asking for this ridiculous renaming has considerably dwindled. Just yet another 'doh!' moment in official government interference going wrong as was utterly predictable.
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