Online casinos offer bonuses to their players in the form of “Playable cash” that may or may not be able to be withdrawn. Regardless of whether the bonus itself may be withdrawn, any money won using the bonus is subject to a whole host of requirements, the most important of which is the rollover amount.
Casino.com offers a first time player, 100% Welcome Bonus of up to €/$400. Additional reload bonuses may be taken up to €/$2,800. Only the first Deposit Bonus is a redeemable casino bonus. To redeem this bonus, you must wager a minimum of 40-times the bonus amount.
Most games are included in this offer except for: all forms of table and card games including Baccarat, Craps, Roulette, Sic Bo, Pontoon, Blackjack, Jacks or Better, Aces and Faces, all forms of Hold’em, Deuces Wild, 2 Ways Royal, Pai Gow and all forms of Poker. You have 30 days to clear your total rollover amount.
In this case, the Welcome Bonus can be withdrawn if you manage to play 40-times the amount and still have a profit. This means a €/$400 deposit requires €16,000 in slot wagers. Residents of China are not eligible for this promotion.
Subsequent deposits and bonuses are “Play Only,” meaning you get the bonus to wager with, but can’t withdraw any of the bonus cash you have received. This is sometimes called a sticky bonus, since the bonus itself sticks on the casino site.
A second pop-up offers a 150% signup Welcome bonus up to €/$300. For roulette players, the requirements are 20-times the deposit and bonus amount, and roulette counts at 25%. The math works out like this: Deposit €/$200, get €/$300, play the full 500 through 20-times and you are one-quarter of the way done. It takes 500 x 20 x 4 = 40,000 in total wagers to clear. This may work for some players who want to practice, and perhaps win at their favorite system such as the Wells Pendulum or Guetting where you need time and a bankroll to make a dent in the house’s money!
Casino.com has a Player’s club they call their VIP Club that awards complimentary cash for continued play. There are several levels, the higher of which pay higher amounts per 100 earned points. Payouts start at €/$2.50 per 100 for the Bronze level, and go as high as €/$13.33 for VIP level.
Players earn one point for every €/$15 in action on slots and scratch cards; other games take more action per point, such as roulette, which takes €/$50 in play per point. Video Poker takes three times that amount at €/$150 per point, or ten times slot action. For slot players the comp play is very good, for table games it is average; video poker payback is low.