Once you have received your no deposit bonus, you may feel like exiting the casino, taking the money with you. Unfortunately, you can’t just withdraw a no deposit bonus; to withdraw the bonus - you will need to meet the wagering requirements.
Wagering is applied to bonuses to protect online gaming sites; in essence a bonus will require a certain amount of playthroughs before being eligible for withdrawal.
Every bonus has different wagering requirements and these are normally displayed as a number with an x beside it, signifying how many times the bonus needs to be wagered.
For example, we sign up and get a £5 no deposit casino bonus with a wagering of x10 - we would need to playthrough the bonus amount 10 times in order for it to become withdrawable. So in our example above, we would need to make £50 worth of plays to meet the wagering on that bonus.