Super Spins are just like Bonus Spins but worth a lot more. They can be played on a specific game, like regular Bonus Spins, but they often come with a higher value and a better player experience than regular Bonus Spins. Currently only Yggdrasil and Quickspin support super spins on our sites.
Deposit bonuses are bonus offers that require you to make a deposit in order to claim the bonus. The amount of bonus may be either a set amount, say $20, or it may be an amount based on the amount you deposit.
bonus amount you receive = your deposit amount x % bonus
Example: You might receive a bonus offer of 50% up to $200, which means that you will receive a bonus of 50% of the amount you deposit, up to $200 in bonus. To receive the full $200 bonus offered, you would have to deposit $400.
No-deposit bonuses are bonus offers that do not require you to make a deposit. The bonus amount you may receive a set amount (i.e. $20), or an amount based on the amount of funds you lock into the bonus using your available cash balance.
Example: you might receive a no-deposit bonus offer of 50% up to $200, which means that you will receive a bonus of 50% of the amount of your available cash balance that you lock into the bonus, up to $200 in bonus. If you have an available cash balance in your account you may lock that into the bonus without having to deposit.
All bonus offers are subject to a wagering requirement. Once you accept a bonus offer, you are required to wager with the funds associated with that bonus before those funds can be withdrawn. The wagering requirement is listed in the terms and conditions of each bonus offer.
Example: you may receive a bonus of 100%, with a wagering requirement of 20 times the deposit + bonus amount. If you deposit $100 and accept the offer, you would need to wager 20 x ($100 deposit + $100 bonus) = $4,000, before you can withdraw the funds associated with your bonus offer.
Different games contribute different percentages towards satisfying the wagering requirements for bonus offers. In some cases this will increase the amount of wagering required before you can withdraw funds associated with a bonus. For a full list of the games and their contribution rates towards bonus wagering requirements, click here.
Example: if you accepted a deposit bonus offer of 100% up to $100 with a wagering requirement of 20 times the deposit + bonus amount, and decided to play EuroRoulette, you would be required to wager 20 x ($100 deposit + $100 bonus) / .20 = $20,000. You must wager more before you can withdraw the funds associated with this bonus, because EuroRoulette contributes 20% towards bonus wagering requirements.
Some bonuses will be limited for play in certain games only. This means that if you claim that deposit bonus, your deposit amount as well as the bonus & winnings are only available to play in those games. If you claim a slots only bonus on your full deposit amount, and open a roulette table, only funds in your available cash will be available to wager.
Each bonus must be cleared within a predefined period of time. This means that from the date you claim the bonus, you have a certain number of days in which to meet the full wagering requirements for that bonus. If you don’t play through the deposit + bonus in that time, the bonus will expire and the bonus amount and any associated winnings will be removed.
You can cancel your bonus at any time by going to the Withdraw page and requesting a withdrawal. If you cancel your bonus, any bonus cash remaining for that bonus will be released to available cash, but you will forfeit both the bonus and any winnings you got from wagering that bonus. Cancelling a bonus is not reversible, so please take care and be sure you would like to cancel.