They have what is called a rollover requirement. This mandates that you risk your deposit amount + the bonus amount 15 times. here is a quote from their site...
"Players are asked to wager the bonus and deposit amounts fifteen (15) times before making any cash-outs. Bets placed in the following games: All Blackjacks, Perfect Pairs, Baccarat, Craps, All Video Pokers, TriCard Poker, War, Paigow, Red Dog, Caribbean Stud and Roulette do not fulfill players obligations towards wagering requirements."
This is pretty customary to require a casino rollover of 20 times or less. If you are asked to rollover more than that, or you don't wish to play any games other than those that do not count toward the requirement, then simply don't accept the bonus and just play with your own money. Here is a link to check out http://www.Casino-Ratings.net
NOTE: While Raymond may have had a negative experience with a crap site, most allow you to meet the rollover requirements at your leisure and not within 48 hours. Personally, I don't take casino bonuses, but I do take sportsbook bonuses. Good luck.
· 1 decade ago