The irony of a bonus offer being listed here for "No Bonus" casino certainly isn't lost on me, but alas I think it's about time somebody wrote a few words about this offer here. It's as straight up as promotions come and as this is another brand from the same stable as All British Casino I felt confident when I came to sign up here.
Obviously (given the casinos name) this isn't a typical match bonus of any kind, this casino eschews such offers completely in favour of a simple and straightforward 10% cashback on your losses. Surprisingly the offer is uncapped so if you lose £20 you'll receive £2 in cashback, lose £2,000 and you'll receive £200. It's very easy to understand, perhaps more so than other cashback offers such as that offered by Videoslots whereby they pay you back a percentage of their profit on your play - though that has the advantage of awarding a payout whether you end up losing your deposit or not, I never really feel sure how much cashback I am entitled to when I play there.
What I like about this offer is the fact that your cashback is paid directly as cash - well, it probably wouldn't have made a great deal of sense if "No Bonus Casino" had a bonus wallet would it? This means your cashback winnings are withdrawable without even wagering them once if you so wish, which I can imagine is an option that some who are feeling a little remorseful about how much they lost the previous day will wish to take up.
The only fly in the ointment, as it were, is the fact that your account needs to be empty (or thereabouts, I believe the exact figure is "Less than £10") in order for your cashback to be paid the following day. That would be all well and good except your winnings don't seem to rollover, so it seems important to finish your session before going to bed at this casino (or withdraw what is left in your balance) or you could well lose out on what you should be entitled to. I will add that I asked support about this, querying what would happen if I made a mistake one day and say... lost £250 but then left £50 on my balance for the next day without thinking how it would affect my cashback. I was told that such an error could be corrected manually in rare circumstances, which does seem good but didn't exactly fill me with confidence and I'm not personally willing to test out this scenario at the moment!