£30 Free – No Deposit Required

Posted on September 12, 2009 by  

Just been handed this stunning offer from William Hill

£30 FREE – No Deposit Required!

Take advantage of our amazing bonus offer for every new player – £30 free with no deposit required. Follow the 3 easy steps below to claim your bonus –

1. Click to play our Download or Instant Play Casino
2. Register a Real Play Account
3. You’ll receive a welcome email shortly after completing registration – click on the verification link within the email to register for the £30 no deposit bonus.

And you’ll still be eligible for a New Player Bonus after you’ve made your first deposit. Be quick though, this offer will only be available for a limited period!

The bonus has to be turned over 20x before it can be withdrawn and some games do have different wagering weightings than others but for a risk free shot at a big prize this is great or do drop us a line at info@bet72.com for some other options for playing this one out.

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11 Comments on "£30 Free – No Deposit Required"

  1. michael on Wed, 10th Jun 2009 3:37 pm 

    hi darren, how do you suggest we cash this one out then, could do the usual blackjack but it only counts 20% so would take along time to cash out

  2. Tony Murray on Fri, 12th Jun 2009 1:36 pm 

    just finished using this offer and played the live roulette using double up method with a wait before i bet of three same results in a row at 50/50
    EG; wait for three reds or blacks, 1-18 19-36, odd even.then bet $1 and if the result is a win wait until the next three in a row, but if the result is a loss double up until you win(1-2-4-8-16-32) the max bet is $50 so if you use this method you can afford eight in a row same results to come in.
    Anyway i managed to complete my 600 quid wagering requirements and endded up with a profit of 160 quid. the only catch is that you have got to deposit at leased 35 quid to withdraw any winnings, but this can be withdrawn back to your card without havin to wager it.
    In reflection this is only as good as a 100% matched bonus and is nothing to shout about, but at the end of the day i made 160 Quid in just over 6 hours of playing and no risk.
    Happy days!!!!!!!!

  3. Andy on Fri, 19th Jun 2009 7:10 pm 

    Just went to do this one for my brother. Am I missing something or isn’t the playthrough on roulette 5 x £600 as it only counts towards 20% of the play through reqs?

  4. si on Sat, 20th Jun 2009 10:27 am 

    Used the double up method on roulette for about 2 hours, waiting for 3 /4 of the same result then bet. There was 10 results the same therefore losing all the cash in the account. Didnt lose any real money but 2 hours of time. Grrr

  5. Andy on Sat, 20th Jun 2009 12:36 pm 

    I reckon i must have been on the live table the same time as you Si. I got from £30 up to about £80 then hit 1-18 seventeen times in a row. WIPEOUT ! Like you say, no cash wasted,but a few hours of my life i’ll never get back !!!!

  6. Michael on Sat, 4th Jul 2009 12:27 pm 

    Did this last night and drew off a £76 profit playing slots. I was upto £235 at one point!

  7. Chris on Sun, 5th Jul 2009 2:49 am 

    Well I have spoken to the guys at WillHill and have been told that European Routlette is allowed but only counts as 20% of the wagering requirements. So, £3000k must be wagered. But, undeterred, I have been plowing on and so far have reached £200 profit, with 2k still to wager… …fingers crossed and i’ll update you all as to how it goes. (by the way, I am waiting for at least 5 of the even money chance plays to be the same before i put a bet on. Slower, but safer – this time next week i could be 2k up!) But still, nothing risked if I’m not….

  8. Pete on Sun, 5th Jul 2009 8:29 pm 

    To answer Chris – I did this offer the other week and the max you can withdraw is £200 – managed to get the max payout but did have to send scans of driving license & utility bill to get payout. Good luck with your WR

  9. Chris on Mon, 6th Jul 2009 1:07 am 

    Thanks Pete – did you manage to get through all 3grand? How long did it take? They keep telling me that I can withdraw after £600 of ‘eligible games’ today. Even by that point i’ll be £700 up at this rate. Seems cheeky to have to lose the rest?! They also said I had to put in £35 in order to withdraw the bonus, but that the max withdrawal is £200 -does this include the £35 (ie £235), or not? Thanks again

  10. Pete on Mon, 6th Jul 2009 7:10 am 

    Did the offer on live roulette using the 3 reds bet black next spin, doubling up etc – took a couple of days on and off, just got lucky – and yes you can withdraw the £35 aswell.

  11. sunny on Sun, 2nd Aug 2009 12:49 am 

    what is promo code for $30 dollars no deposit require

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