We love playing on no deposit bingo sites and there are plenty of them out there. We’re all about finding sites that offer real no deposit bingo, instead of an offer that comes with hundreds of different strings attached. Dragonfish bingo have switched up their terms and now have made their offering even better!
What has changed?
Previously, Dragonfish bingo sites that offered bingo with no deposit had a minimum deposit in place. This meant that you didn’t have to deposit to get the bonus, but you would have to make a deposit before you could withdraw any of your winnings. This was a catch that didn’t go unnoticed by players and one that could be deemed to be a bit unfair.
Although many no deposit sites have these kinds of stipulations, they can affect the overall popularity of a site. Over the past few years, many bingo sites have been trying to get rid of these kinds of terms to ensure that their players feel like the bonuses are actually perks.
We’re pretty impressed that a network as large as this one still has players in mind. IT may be a sign of other perks to come too, which players can start looking forward to.
Which Sites are affected?
Basically any Dragonfish network site with a no deposit bonus will be affected by this change. It has already come into place, with some other changes that we’ll detail below too. Although this is a helpful change to the terms, we’d still suggest having a look in the terms anyway so you know exactly what to expect.
There are fewer no deposit sites around these days, they can feel like gold dust at times. With the bonus tax obliterating so many of these sites, we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for newer no deposit sites on this network.
Other Changes to the Network
This change to the no deposit bonus terms is part of an overarching overhaul of many aspects of these sites. This goes alongside changes to withdrawal limits, which are also great for players. One of these changes is the removal of daily, weekly and monthly withdrawal limits.
There are also now no limits as to how many times you can request a withdrawal. We’re also seeing changes to the amount that you can withdraw in one go. This is all giving more power to the player with regards to their account.
This could be down to harsher legislation and enforcement from the Gambling Commission. They may have felt that a no deposit bonus that requires a bonus prior to withdrawal would be misleading. We’re seeing more sites being fined for this kind of misleading promotion, so this may be a move by Dragonfish to protect themselves.
Whatever the reason may be, were happy to report that these changes have come into play, as they really improve the network for players as a whole. We hope that there are more great changes in the works for players on these sites.