The No Deposit Bonus is given to players by some online casinos as a welcome gift, it’s a great way to try out a casino for free. These can also be offered to you by different casinos that you have already played at, maybe to entice you to come back, or just as a good faith measure if you’ve recently lost money there.
The bonus is usually ‘sticky’ meaning it cannot be cashed out when you request a withdrawal. They also usually come with higher wagering requirements than deposit bonuses and a maximum cash out. If you are above the maximum cash out and have fulfilled the wagering requirements, cash out the maximum allowed plus the bonus, this will give you the maximum amount allowed.
An example of this would be High Noon Casino offering a $60 free chip (or no deposit bonus) that comes with wagering requirements and a maximum cash-out of $300. This is a ‘sticky’ bonus, so if you complete the wagering requirements and have over $360, request a withdrawal of $360 to get the maximum $300 cash-out (the $60 bonus is removed during withdrawal).
If you win on a no deposit bonus, you will normally have to verify your ID, and verify the method you wish to use to withdraw by depositing the minimum amount (usually around $25). So if you win it’s not really a no deposit bonus because you have to deposit, but you can withdraw that deposit along with the rest of your winnings without having to play any of it. Remember to read the Terms and Conditions for every bonus you decide to claim.