Coral bonus term

brutaldeluxe

Registered
Got emailed from coral about a casino bonus, in it is the term.......

"If a player has an active bonus and wins more than twice the value of the bonus amount, they must stay playing in a game of similar or equal weighting until wagering has been completed. Moving from low weighted games like Blackjack, to high weighted games like slots, after a large win, for the sole purpose of completing wagering requirements, will result in the bonus and any winnings being removed"

That seems pretty dodgy for an accredited casino to me. It says for the sole purpose of completing wagering. Does this mean if I can show I did it for fun and completing wagering it would be ok ? Just as long as it wasn't solely for completing wagering right ?
 

dionysus

can turn wine into water
CAG
MM
Weird wording, but most casinos have a clause in some form or other about bonus abuse
 

dusky

Registered
How would you prove you were doing it for fun though?

I would just use my money at another place that is less restrictive.
 

chris87

Senior Member
How would you prove you were doing it for fun though?

I would just use my money at another place that is less restrictive.
That's a good point, there's plenty of choice out there. To be honest I've found the on line offerings from UK bookmakers pretty shocking (apart from Betfred)
 

zreb

Experienced Member
PABaccred
Sounds like it's best to play it the cautious way - if you win 2x the bonus amount, just stick with whatever you're playing.

The term is basically another version of "if we don't like your play, we reserve the right to take away your money." But at least they are forthright about when they reserve the right to apply it - if you win 2x the bonus amount at a certain game type before switching to another.
 
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