The 21.com sign up offers for their online casino are quite attractive, mainly because there are 4 of them – 1 for each of your first 4 deposits!
A breakdown of the bonuses is as follows:
1st deposit: 100% up to NZ$100 + 900 Free Spins on Vampires vs Wolves
2nd deposit: 25% up to NZ$500
3rd deposit: 50% up to NZ$300
4th deposit: 100% up to NZ$100
You also get 10 free spins per day for 10 days. Just remember to use the correct 21.com bonus code for each deposit:
The wagering requirement for each of the 21.com sign up offers is x50, which while high, definitely isn’t the worst we’ve seen on the market. What’s more worth focussing on is the time restrictions associated with the bonus cash. You have a fairly industry-standard 21 days to meet the wagering requirements of each bonus, which isn’t too bad provided you stagger the bonuses and don’t cash in on all 4 at once. The biggest drawback is the free spins wagering requirement, which must be met within 24 hours, making this part of the offer not worthwhile for a lot of people.
21.com endeavours, but doesn’t guarantee, to process all withdrawals, including bonuses, within 72 hours. Withdrawals will be made into the account of whatever payment method you choose when making your first deposit. Deposits made using Neteller, Paysafecard or Skrill are exempt from the offer and so these payment methods also aren’t applicable to bonus winnings withdrawals.
The main pitfalls of the 21.com sign up offers are the wagering requirements, time restrictions and game limitations. The 21 day time limit for meeting wagering requirements for bonus cash is fair enough, even if x50 is a little high we’ve no real issues there. The big one is the 24 time limit given for meeting the requirements of the free spins, which really is too short and could coax some people into making quick decisions that they cannot afford. Only make the wagering requirement for your free spin winnings if a) it’s actually worth it and b) if you can afford it. The 24 hour time limit does, on some level, make these free spins not much better than a virtual money demo version of a game.
Our verdict on this bonus is very much split between the two sides of the offer. The 4 different matched deposit bonuses are absolutely worth cashing in on for the right type of customer, so long as you can meet the wagering requirements. The free spins for Vampires vs Wolves do serve well as a bit of fun, however the 24 turn around for meeting the wagering requirement is a big ask for most. If you can’t meet the wagering requirements in this short space of time then the free spins equate to little more than a demo version.