Let’s start off with bonuses. Believe it or not, pretty much all FIFA World
Cup betting sites offer them these days. Unfortunately, some are doing so for
all the wrong reasons. You see, there are bookies that incorporate (overly)
generous bonuses, but place a ridiculous set of rules. Rules that will basically
prevent you from cashing that bonus out even after you’ve successfully rolled it
over a dozen times. If a bonus is too good to be true, it’s probably best to
Typically, the most common bonus type at FIFA World Cup betting sites
is the so-called Welcome Bonus. It comes in the following form, X% of your
initial deposit, up to $X cap. So, for example, if your bookie sports a 50%
welcome bonus on your initial deposit, up to $100 cap, that means you’ll get
$100 in your bonus bankroll if your initial deposit amounts to $200.
Don’t let these welcome bonuses fool you. After getting that sweet money in
your bonus bankroll, you will not be able to immediately cash it out. Instead,
you’ll have to use it for betting for quite a while. If your tickets are
successful, there’s nothing to worry about. You’ll eventually be able to make a
hefty withdrawal… If you don’t lose it all, that is.