Let’s just say you could choose between two casinos. The first casino would offer you $25 bonus credit for a $20 deposit, while the second casino can only offer $20 bonus credit for a $20 deposit – which would you choose?
It may seem like the obvious answer is the first – but that may not really be true.
Needless to say, with the first casino you’d end up with $45 credit but with the second you’d end up with $40 – so the first is clearly better in that way. But what if the first casino only supported certain deposit options and you’d have to pay fees for them.
That starts to make things a little bit more complicated. Assuming the fees are less than $2.50, then it still makes sense to choose the first casino. However if it is more than $2.50 then if you deposit the same in the second casino (without paying any extra fees) you’d end up with the same total assuming the bonus credit scales accordingly too.
Make no mistake, this is further compounded by the possibility of fees for withdrawals too – which the first casino will likely charge if they are charging fees for deposits!
Assuming you want to get the most value out of your deposit, you need to factor in these deposit fees. In fact, if you have a limited budget it might be best to avoid casinos that charge deposit fees entirely because it will eat into the amount of non-bonus credit that you’re able to acquire.
Right now it might be a good idea to start to check out Unibet and other casinos to see whether or not they require any fees and if so how they are structured.