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Deposit bonuses are the most common type of bonus offered through online gambling sites. Quite often, when Canadian players are looking at different venues, they will evaluate the deposit bonuses in casinos that are offered. This task of choosing the best website with the best bonus is not as easy as it may seem as there are several parameters set by the venues themselves regarding these offers. Here are some tips for evaluating these parameters so that you can choose the one that works best for you.

Some of the attributes of the deposit bonuses to consider are the maximum bonus amount and the percentage of the actual payment that is provided as a bonus. Naturally, the higher the amount the better for the player, but beyond a certain point the amount becomes meaningless for the average player. For example, a 100% match for up to $2000 means that a player will need to make a $2000 payment in order to gain the maximum amount of the bonus. Many players simply cannot make this kind of large payment.

The percentage of the payment provided is more important when evaluating options. For example, let's consider an offer that provides a 100% match with a $200 maximum and another offer that provides a 50% of the deposit with a maximum of $200. In the first offer, the player will need to put down $200 in order to receive the maximum amount. In the second offer, the player would need to put down $400 in order to release the same $200 offer.

Another consideration is the wagering requirements. The information about the wagering requirements is typically found in the terms and conditions section of the terms and conditions information. One common wagering requirement is that the sum of the payment and free casino cash combined will have to be wagered a set number of times. The other way is that only the free cash has to be wagered a set number of times. The numbers are difficult to evaluate, so it is hard to say which of the deposit bonuses in casinos is more beneficial to the player.

Consider an offer where both have to be wagered 30 times in order to release the amount. If a player makes a $100 payment, he will receive $100 in casino cash and have to wager $200 30 times in order to release the amount. If the same payment is made and only the cash provided by the venue has to be wagered 30 times, the amount necessary will be a bit lower.

The final factor to consider is the nature of the offer itself. Many are sticky offers where only the winnings from the offer can be withdrawn and the bonuses are then forfeited. There are other options that are cashable where both the cash provided by the venue and the winnings can be withdrawn once the wagering requirements are met. This is the better type of offer, but will typically have higher wagering requirements in place in order to earn them.