Bitcoin Poker Bonuses
There are a number of bitcoin poker sites offering bonuses to entice new players to deposit at their room. Below we have explained and listed the various types of bonuses currently available:
- First deposit bonuses
- Reload bonuses
- No deposit bonuses
- Giveaway Bonuses
- Depositor Freeroll
- Casino Bonus
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First Deposit Bonuses
Many poker sites will offer first deposit bonuses (also referred to as a ‘Welcome Bonus’) as a reward for new players who choose to make their first deposit. Bonuses are always listed as a percentage, which indicates the amount of the deposit which is ‘matched’ and a limit, the most that a user can claim as a bitcoin bonus.
For example; a 50% deposit bonus up to 1BTC would mean that a deposit of 2BTC would receive a bonus of 1BTC (on top of the desposit). A deposit of 3BTC would also give a bonus of 1BTC as this is the limit provided.
Below you can see a list of the first deposit bonuses currently available in bitcoin poker.
Reload bonuses follow the same rules as first deposit bonuses. They allow a player to match a percentage of their bitcoin deposit with a bonus up to a limited amount. The term ‘reload’ simply refers to a deposit after your first deposit. While a reload bonus often applies only to the deposit made after your first deposit, it could apply to every following deposit – please read the poker site’s terms and conditions for clarification on this.
Below you can see a list of the reload bonuses currently available in bitcoin poker.
Sorry, there are currently no available Reload bonuses.
No Deposit Bonuses
A no deposit bonus is music to the ears of any bitcoin poker player. This bonus is exactly what it says on the tin, simply sign up with an account and receive a bonus without needing to make a single deposit. Often these bonuses are small in size, but they do allow new players to become familiar with the poker site before making a real bitcoin deposit. Of course these bonuses are also a little tougher to ‘unlock’ and can require a very high ‘rollover’.
Sorry, there are currently no available No Deposit bonuses.
Giveaways are not all that common in bitcoin poker land, but they do happen occasionally and when they’re live we will publish them here. A giveaway is typically a single prize that is given to a random player at any active bitcoin poker table at a set time or time range. Some poker sites offer much larger giveaways and schedule them on a weekly or monthly basis.
Below you can see a list of the giveaway bonuses currently available in bitcoin poker.
Sorry, there are currently no available Giveaways.
A freeroll is a free entry (often multitable) tournament that has a small amount of prize money up for grabs. The bitcoin prize money at a freeroll will vary but is typically 10-100mBTC and the tournaments will typically run daily, weekly or monthly. Many bitcoin poker sites will offer freerolls to their players to help them get used to the poker room while having a bit of risk-free fun. A depositor freeroll is a promotion that gives depositors exclusive access to freerolls with larger prize money than what’s normally on offer. This poker bonus is worth grabbing if you want to stretch your deposit as far as possible and can often be stacked with other promotions.
Below you can see the currently available list of depositor freeroll promotions in bitcoin poker.
Note: for freerolls that do not require deposits, visit our bitcoin poker freerolls section on this website.
While all of the bonuses listed above are strictly for bitcoin poker, a number of poker rooms also provide casinos – casinos which often come with great bonuses! While you may only be interested in playing poker, if you’re interested in blackjack, roulette, video poker, slots or even live games, then a casino bonus could prove invaluable!
Below you can find a list of the available casino bonuses on offer at our available bitcoin poker rooms.
What is Rollover?
With all bitcoin deposit bonuses there will be a ‘rollover’ applied which limits your withdrawal of the bonus. Without a rollover, a player could deposit at a poker room and withdraw their bitcoin bonus immediately – any poker site would quickly go bust from doing this.
Rollover’s are typically associated with bitcoin casinos, but in poker this term can refer to the amount of rake generated (cash games or tournament fees) or the number of ‘raked hands’ that must be played before the bonus can be withdrawn.