In this paper, we investigate a largely extended version of classical MAB problem, called networked combinatorial bandit problems. In particular, we consider the setting of a decision maker over a networked bandits as follows: each time a combinatorial strategy, e.g., a group of arms, is chosen, and the decision maker receives a reward resulting from her strategy and also receives a side bonus resulting from that strategy for each arms neighbor. This is motivated by many real applications such as on-line social networks where friends can provide their feedback on shared content, therefore if we promote a product to a user, we can also collect feedback from her friends on that product. To this end, we consider two types of side bonus in this study: side observation and side reward. Upon the number of arms pulled at each time slot, we study two cases: single-play and combinatorial-play. Consequently, this leaves us four scenarios to investigate in the presence of side bonus: Single-play with Side Observation, Combinatorial-play with Side Observation, Single-play with Side Reward, and Combinatorial-play with Side Reward. For each case, we present and analyze a series of zero regret polices where the expect of regret over time approaches zero as time goes to infinity. Extensive simulations validate the effectiveness of our results.