Why spend your own money to try out a SA Casino! Here’s a review list of Online Casinos accepting South African players that are prepared to risk their own cash for you to try your hand at their casino Slots, BlackJack, Roulette, Poker, Progressive Slots!
Only if you like what you experience at their casino, then take the next step in depositing.. if not simply move on to your next online casino that makes you feel good 🙂
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Secrets: Understanding No Deposit Bonuses in SA
Just in case you were wondering what a No-Deposit Bonus was, we’ve decided to just touch on this topic to educate newer SA Players trying out online casinos for the first time. So, yes online casinos are much more generous than land-based casinos in terms of promotions, bonuses and remunerating Players if they had a poor gameplay on casinos games.
Where land-based casinos won’t tell you what your payout or gaming ratios were (number of times a game paid out ratio), online casinos have the ability to record even single spin you make and even make this statistic available to you on request.
Getting back to online casinos in South Africa offering no-deposit bonuses – these are basically what it states it is, you don’t need to deposit ot even enter your credit card or banking details to get a bonus credited to your casino balance to try out the casinos. Online casino SA see this more of a marketing technique to take on all the risk for the Player to ‘test drive’ the casino software, games, graphics and navigation. Once a Player takes to a casino & enjoys the games and navigation, a Player is likely to want more of that casino and deposit at some stage. So a no-deposit bonus is an incentive for Players to want to try a casino at no risk of theirs at all.
Can You Withdraw a No-Deposit Bonus?
Short answer again is – Yes! A bit more detail on this subject will take us into stuff like Wagering Requirements, Casino Ts & Cs and minimal & maximum withdrawal amounts.
This is simply the spinning bet values of a slot or hands on tables before a bonus is released to you as cash to be withdrawn. An easy example: so if you’re betting 20c per spins and the wagering requirement is R1, then it takes 5 spins (20c x 5 = R1) before you have spun the required wagering. Now, before you get to excited, the wagering requirements are never that less lol. From our experience, in most cases you are required to wager 30 times the bonus amount. So if you get a R100 no-deposit bonus, be prepared to spin for the value of R3,000 (R100 x 30) before you withdraw whatever balance you have in your account. I trust this makes sense, if not don’t hesitate to contact us for more info.
In most cases any free bonus that you get without having to deposit to get it is tied down by a maximum withdrawal amount eg. if you get a free no-deposit bonus of R100, the max you may withdraw of the casinos money after meeting wagering requirements is R200, R500 or R1000. Note that this varies amongst online casinos. So even though you may wager to the value of R3,000, you may only withdraw R200 or R1,000 and the balance of your casino balance will be forfeited. So there is a catch huh.. but remember after all, this is free, no-risk money which is not yours.. it may just require some time or simply set the slot on auto spin.
Just as there is a maximum withdrawal limit for a no-deposit bonus at SA Casinos, there may also be a minimum limit. So remember that once you have reached your wagering requirement and if you balance if below the minimum withdrawal limit, you will need to try to get your balance back up to at least match the withdrawal limit before being eligible to withdraw.
Depositing before Withdrawing:
Yes there may be another catch so make sure you read the Free Bonus Ts & Cs before joining and getting upset when you are informed of this. Certain online casinos will request that you make the minimal deposit at the time of you requesting a withdrawal after having met the wagering requirements. This in most cases is to verify your deposit method so that they can pay your withdrawal and your deposit back to your account.
In other rare cases, they may pay out your withdrawal but in order to get your deposit back they may require you to at least wager a further 10 times your deposit amount before you can then take out both your withdrawal and deposit. Based on your individual case, this may still be at a profit to you ie. if your withdrawal is R1,000 and the deposit amount is R100.. even if you get carried away with play your deposit amount, you still come out with R900!
So please ensure that you are 100% familiar with the Ts & Cs of the casino before committing. It is worthwhile even if you review the SA casino yourself. Most online mobile casinos South Africa have a live chat facility which is instant chat like BBM or MXIT or WHATSAP were a support agent is waiting to answer your questions about the casino – much faster than email or even telephone which i know first hand that service delivery in our country is unfortunately not what we’d all like it to be. But trust me, online casino helpdesks operate at another level of service.. don’t be surprised to find a helpdesk agent at your fingertips 24/7/365 🙂