Thursday, May 18, 2006

Non-US Casino Bonuses

Being a damn Yankee, I've pretty much ignored some of the decent casino bonuses out there that don't allow US players to sign up, as they're pretty much off my radar for obvious reasons.

No reason not to keep a list running for those of you lucky enough not to live in the US, though, so I've been working on just that. Below are the ones I've found so far, but I'm likely missing some, so feel free to leave comments with other good ones that you might know about and I'll add them to the list.

Non-US Casino Bonuses



Victor Chandler Casino: £250 bonus credited after wagering £5,000, BJ allowed, can only do one casino in Victor Chandler group)

BetDirect: 100% up to 25, 1250 WR, BJ allowed

BetPlayandWin: 100% up to 20, 10x deposit WR, BJ allowed

Harrods Casino: 100% up to 50, 20x bonus WR, BJ allowed (This is part of the Kismet group, and the typically allow you to sign up for and claim a bonus for only one of their three casinos.)

Red Lounge Casino: 100% up to 50, 20x deposit WR, BJ allowed (This is part of the Kismet group, and the typically allow you to sign up for and claim a bonus for only one of their three casinos.)

PrivateCasino: 100% up to 75, 20x deposit WR, BJ allowed (This is part of the Kismet group, and the typically allow you to sign up for and claim a bonus for only one of their three casinos.)

Ladbrokes: 50% up to 100, 4x deposit WR, for BJ bets must be 10/hand or better

Paddy Power Casino: 100% up to 75, 25x bonus WR, no BJ allowed

Playboy Casino: 100% up to 50, 12x deposit WR, for BJ bets must be 10/hand or better

Virgin Casino: 100% up to 50, 10x deposit WR, no BJ

Page 3 Casino: £250 bonus credited after wagering £5,000, BJ allowed, can only do one casino in Victor Chandler group)

GetMinted: 50% up to 500, 40x bonus WR, No BJ

4 comments:

Drizztdj said...

Playboy has a casino and doesn't allow US players?

*cry*

GoBucksIndy said...

What's their rationale for not allowing US players? I would think Americans would make up the bulk of their revenue.

ScurvyDog said...

GoBucksIndy,

Since the legal status of online gaming is still uncertain in the US, some sites have decided to just avoid the issue entirely and ban US players, even when it's murky as to whether they legally have to or not.

Which sucks for them, as US players account for like 80% of the gambling that occurs online, but it's not a completely irrational decision, if they can run an otherwise profitable operation and not run the risk of getting entangled in legal issues.

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