Back in the day, virtually all bookmakers were offering no deposit bonuses to those who open a real money account. The idea was to provide customers with a chance of getting familiar with the environment, before making the first deposit. These offers are long gone and Dobet is one of the few operators who still have a no deposit bonus readily available for new members.

There are exactly 3 steps to fulfill and the first one is to register and use a valid email address, so you can receive the corresponding Dobet bonus code. The second step is to spread the news on Facebook and let your friends know about this juicy promotion. Last but definitely not least, new clients are expected to receive the money they are entitled to and spend some quality time betting on sports while chasing profits.

€50 absolutely free

It might sound hard to believe, but this is all that a new player needs to do and the bonus will consist of €10 or currency equivalent. The money can be used to bet on any type of bets and the maximum amount that one can hope to redeem as a result is limited to €50. Those who make it this far, will be required to deposit funds before cashing out the no deposit bonus, so they can use the same payment method for both deposits and withdrawals.

Assuming players are successful enough as to convert the no deposit bonus into €50, they will have to invest an amount of the same side. The qualifying deposit needs to be made in less than 90 days after signing up, which is a reasonable limit. The deposit is also supposed to be wagered a minimum of five times at odds of 1.50 or above, before cashing out the profits resulting from the use of the bonus.

One campaign at a time

It is not possible to use this promotion in conjunction with another offer and if new players prefer other campaigns, they have to relinquish the no deposit bonus. Those who have pending bonuses and are on their way to clearing the wagering requirements will not be affected by any changes of this promotion. On the other hand, there is always the possibility of the bookmaker terminating this campaign or making amendments to existing offers, including the no deposit bonus.