We’ve already spoken about the Slot Wolf sign up offers, here, however we’ll not summarise the bonus, plus our overall thoughts and feelings right here. To recap, Slot Wolf offers 3 deposit bonuses to new customers, at both a standard and high roller level. The first of these deposits is a 100% matching deposit bonus up to NZ$225 for standard players and NZ$1500 for high rollers. No Slot Wolf Bonus code is required to claim any of the bonuses.
The wagering requirements for the Slot Wolf deposit bonuses are x45 for the standard bonuses and x50 for the high rollers. While these requirements are definitely a little high, they’re definitely not the worst we’ve seen around. If there was a scale of wagering requirements these would be in the higher end of the middle. The big downfall with the wagering requirements for these casino bonuses is the time restrictions, as the bonus must be used and the wagering requirements met all within 14 days.
For standard players looking to claim the full amount on the first bonus, this would mean playing through a NZ$225 bonus and meeting a NZ$10,125 all within two weeks, which is a tall order. For the high roller bonus, the numbers get even more staggering, however high rollers are more experienced and accustomed to meeting such requirements in a short space of time.
As is the case with most casinos’ bonus money, the Slot Wolf sign up offers are non withdrawable and are paid into your account to be used only as playing cash. Any winnings made off the back of your bonus money are not made available for withdrawal until all of the wagering requirements and rules have been met. Should you fail to meet the wagering requirements within 14 days your bonus and any winnings will disappear.
While this bonus has all the main pitfalls you’d expect, such as wagering requirements and games restrictions, we’d still cite the 14 day time period for using the bonus and meeting the wagering requirements as the principle setback here. The biggest thing to avoid is playing games that don’t count towards your wagering requirements before you’ve met them.
This means you should avoid playing live dealer games as they don’t count at all towards your wagering requirements. Table, poker and roulette games as they only count 25% towards your wagering requirements. While slot games do count 100% towards wagering requirements, there is a list of exempt games that can be found in Slot Wolf’s T&Cs.
Overall, this definitely isn’t the most astounding bonus we’ve seen but it definitely isn’t the worst around. What does make it interesting, is that if you claim all 3 Slot Wolf sign up offers you can then go on to claim a 30% cashback deposit offer every Wednesday as many times as you like. That makes this bonus a very beneficial option for frequent players, however those who like a casual flutter won’t get anything out of it.