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In most cases, yes. Players must have made at least one deposit to a casino. Besides, some online casinos require players to claim a welcome package before they can use a Wednesday bonus. So check the terms before claiming a mid-week offer.


Most of them, yes. But it depends on the casino bonus policy. Some gambling sites have no wagering bonuses. And, it’s up to you to choose a Wednesday bonus. Read the bonus terms carefully to be aware of wagering requirements and other rules.


The prize pool of one bonus round in Mystery Bonus is $777. The winners get an equal share of this fund. Since there are six $777 prize pool bonus rounds a day, you can win multiple cash prizes every day.


No, you don’t. Participation in the Mystery Bonus starts automatically as you place a $1+ bet on Mega Fire Blaze Roulette. But make sure that your Playtech casino offers this network promotion.


In the general rules of Playtech’s promotion, the prizes are cashable. However, it depends on the casino too. For example, on Casino.com, you receive prizes from Mystery Bonus in casino credits. Then, players need to convert them into real money by wagering the number of winnings 10 times. Though, at LeoVegas, players need to claim the winnings from the My Offers page and receive the prize on their balance.


No, you don’t. Participation in weekly tournaments starts automatically. Make sure to place qualifying bets to appear on the leaderboard of any of the three prize funds. Read the terms and conditions before competing for the free bet.


No, you can’t. Bonus money does not count for points accumulation. Only real money bets placed on sports qualify for the points, levels, and rewards on Tonybet.


No, you can’t. Because both a free bet and a casino bonus are bonus money, you cannot sum them up. You can pick one of them according to the terms and conditions. They say that money bonuses cannot be used in conjunction with other bonuses. It can lead to bonus cancellation due to bonus abuse.


Yes, they do. According to the MGA regulations, online casinos must pay out fairly. But if you have problems with receiving your winnings, you can always contact customer support. Or try to make a complaint to an Alternative Dispute Resolution entity.


Yes, you can. If a casino doesn’t have a license, it doesn’t mean it’s unsafe. However, there’s still a chance of having trouble with payouts, personal data, etc. If you want to avoid these problems, you should join a licensed online casino.