The Reload Bonus is a reward that applies to a deposit that is made after the initial one. In most cases, the newest bookmakers in the market will offer this bonus in order to get players to make another deposit. Generally bookies won’t offer a reload bonus for every added deposit, but they will usually reward players with a bonus concerning a major sports event (World Cup, Olympic Games, Tennis Grand Slams etc.) unless punters have not wagered on the betting company for a long time. Most of the times, bookies will offer the Reload Bonus to a bettor, only if he has lost all of his money.
In the table below you can see all available reload bonuses. When you pass the cursor over the “i” index you will get every reload bonus details.
Bookmakers Reload Bonuses
Reload Bonus types
First deposit of the month bonus
This is the most common type of any reload bonus (sports betting reload offer), at which the bookmaker will offer you a percentage of your first deposit each month. Usually the bonus percentage can be as high as 50%, so if you deposit 100€ you will get an additional amount of 50€ as a reload bonus.
Deposit method bonus
There are bookies who offer reload bonuses on certain deposit methods, such as ewallets (Skrill, Neteller etc.) or credit cards (VISA, Mastercard etc.).
Account re-activation bonus
If you lose all your money and the bookmaker realizes that you haven’t wagered for a long time, the account re-activation bonus will most likely be on its way. It’s a common practice for nearly all sports betting websites to try to get players back in betting, usually by offering a Deposit Bonus or a Free bet that will match your deposit, but cannot exceed a given amount (i.e. up to 100€).
Check the terms & conditions
The reload bonus is one of the most effective bookmaker tactics on keeping an account active and attracting more players. After all, you would say no to an added bonus even after having made a deposit? Keep in mind though, that there are certain conditions you must meet, before you are able to withdraw your money.
You have to pay attention to the rollover of the bonus. In essence, that means that the bookmaker will require you to wager your deposit (sometimes even the sum of your deposit & the bonus) before you are able to withdraw the full amount. In addition, some bookmakers might set an expiration date on the reload bonus. There is also a limit of minimum odds your bets must meet, as well as limits on types of sports. For example, some bookmakers may exclude asian handicap betting or “both teams to score” markets from their reload bonus programs.