Whichever bonus you choose there is a single set of bonus terms to read through that also apply to the subsequent 2nd and 3rd deposit bonuses and all reload offers from this casino as well, which makes things nice and simple for players. Wagering is always set at 30x (with the exception of no deposit bonuses which come with a 60x wagering requirement) which is one of the lowest requirements offered by any casino these days and makes these bonuses a pretty attractive deal to me.
EUCasino throw in a few free spins with each stage of their welcome bonus, this time it's just 30 free spins on NetEnt's Starburst. Sure those spins are not worth a lot but there is no wagering requirement on the resulting winnings, so it's worth leaving these spins until you have either lost your deposit and bonus or have made a withdrawal so if you do have a decent hit you can treat it as a "second chance" ... or maybe even a second withdrawal!
I saw a player complaining on the main EUcasino page about the 10% bet size restriction whilst playing with a bonus. It seems this has been brought up with the casino because the terms have now been amended such that the maximum bet is restricted to £5 OR 10% of the bonus amount - whichever is the higher. That might not be high enough for some players but it's certainly in line with the rest of the industry and I believe it to be a fair system.
I didn't manage to make a withdrawal from my EUCasino welcome bonus, but I was impressed with the casino as a whole and probably would have done better if I had made a larger deposit - I only put £25 in, rather than the maximum £100 to receive the whole bonus. I hadn't had quite enough gaming for the evening though and after checking what was on offer for a 2nd deposit went right ahead and took that one the same evening. I definitely think this bonus is worth taking!