You’ve got casino bonus dollars! Now what?
Nothing beats getting a bunch of casino bonus dollars, just by playing the games you love. At ResortsCasino.com, we often offer them up through different kinds of promotions. Sometimes, through a giveaway. Other times, by making a deposit.
When you get a stack of casino bonus dollars, they are yours to play with right away. You can spend them on your favorite games, just like you’d spend regular cash.
But casino bonus dollars are slightly different than cash. While they play at the same rate, they can’t be withdrawn right away. To convert your casino bonus dollars to cash, you need to meet the wagering requirements.
In a nutshell, this means that you need to bet a certain amount before you can withdraw those bonus dollars and any winnings earned with those bonus dollars.
Wagering requirements vary based on the game you’re playing. You should always consult the terms & conditions of a particular promotion for current wagering requirements, but for the purpose of this post, let’s use the following example:
• Slots: 5x the bonus amount
• Table games & Roulette: 25x the bonus amount
• Video Poker: 25x the bonus amount
Now let’s take a look at a casino bonus offer:
When you make a deposit, you’re offered a bonus of 50%, up to $200. You decide to deposit $100 and earn 50% on top in casino bonus dollars. You now have $100 cash in your account and another $50 in casino bonus dollars.
While the full amount of $150 is ready to play with, the $50 casino bonus dollars you’ve earned will only be converted to cash along with any associated winnings once you’ve met the wagering requirements.
Using the above example, you’d need to wager $250 on slots ($50 x 5) to release the casino bonus dollars, or $1,250 on tables, Roulette, and Video Poker ($50 x 25) to release the casino bonus dollars.
Any wagers placed on sports betting will not contribute to casino bonus wagering requirements. Wagering requirements are always clearly outlined in the Terms & Conditions of each and every promotion. But if you need clarification, we’re always standing by to help.