Bonus Types

The online gambling world can seem a bit shady and complicated for new players at first.

Bet-Promotions aims at improving your online gambling experience and increasing your odds of winning.

This guide highlights the most common bonus offers and their main characteristics.

 

 

 

Sign-up Bonus

The majority of bookmakers aim to attract new customers by means of a welcome offer.

As the name suggests welcome offers can be used only once after completing the registration on the bookmakers website.

Welcome offers are also called sign-up offers for this reason, they can add 10% – 200% or more of your first deposit in bonus money to your account.

Some bookmakers will even throw in a free bet or a risk free bet on top.

Make sure you understand the terms and conditions before choosing a bookmaker and participating.

 

 

Reload Bonus

Although reload offers are quite common not all bookmakers use them.

Reload offers are essentially quite similar to sign-up offers, the main difference being that reload offers are reoccurring periodically and are generally less generous.

They can add between 10% - 100% of a reload deposit in bonus money to your account.

It’s not uncommon for bookmakers to sweeten the deal with a free bet or risk free bet on top.

Keep an eye out for reload offers around main sporting events.

Terms and conditions will differ per individual offer.

 

 

Free Bet

Free bets are offered by virtually every bookmaker.

As the word suggests a free bet will come at no cost to the player, the bookmaker will cover the player’s stake by making a fee bet available in the players account.

You can earn free bets as part of a sign-up or reload offer.

Some bookmakers will offer free bets to players who have wagered a pre-determined amount within a set period of time.

A few bookmakers will even hand out free bets around main sporting events, so register with a variety of bookmakers and keep an eye on your mailbox!

Bookmakers may require a free bet to be used on, live, pre-match, specific sporting events or specific markets.

Winnings from a free bet may not always be immediately available for withdrawal.

Don’t forget to check the terms and conditions beforehand.

 

 

Risk Free Bet

A risk free bet is very similar to a free bet.

The main difference being that a risk free bet will be settled retroactively after the match has finished, the player’s stake will be returned in case the wager is lost.

Risk free bets are less common than free bets, they go a long way at improving your odds.

Register and keep an eye on your mailbox, don’t miss out!

 

 

Mobile Bonus

Mobile bonus offers have become more prevalent with the advance of mobile devices in recent years.

They can only be accessed by IOS and Android mobile devices either through a web browser or a dedicated bookmakers app.

 

 

Loyalty Bonus

Competition between bookmakers is fierce.

Loyalty programs aim at retaining existing clients by means of odds boosters, free bets, merchandising and tickets to main sporting events around the world.

Be sure to check your favorite bookmakers’ promotions page regularly not to miss out on these hidden gems.

 

 

Odds Booster

Odds boosters are another tool bookmakers use to distinguish themselves from the competition.

The better the odds the higher the chance on success.

Keep an eye out for odds boosters around main sporting events.

Some bookmakers tend to boost the odds on national sporting events.

 

 

Accumulator Bonus

Accumulator bets are a more advanced betting strategy, they are also known as combination bets or ACCA’s.

As the name suggest a combination bet consists of several bets on different sporting events combined.

An accumulator bonus offer therefor requires the player to place a multi legged bet.

If one of the legs ends up being a looser the player will be awarded a free bet.

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