32Red do, in fact, have a free bet no deposit offer. It’s actually a pretty decent one but there is one catch.
The offer is pretty simple. You sign up and get £10 but it’s for the casino and not the sports book (remember I keep saying they promote the casino more)? They limit the stakes down so you can’t try and blow it all on one spin (which screws a little with our usual free slot strategy) but you do get 7 days to play through the bonus and the maximum winnings of £100 is pretty decent for a no deposit offer.
You need to wager through £500 (most slots count for 100% wagering requirement while some casino games count for 10% or less) before being able to withdraw which is a pretty standard rollover for a no deposit offer.
So it’s a decent offer. And if you’re going to do nothing else when you sign up or you just want to play their casino then you might as well go for this one. But the problem is by taking advantage of the no deposit offer you won’t still be able to use the welcome offer for the sports bet which is a better offer – keep that in mind when deciding.