coral casino - exceed wagering requirement?

P@u1

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Hi

I played the BJ50 bonus at coral casino (50 gbp deposit, 25xWR and 50gbp cashable post-wager bonus, blackjack). I just finished the wagering requirement and now have 97 cashable gpb's.
I want to continue with the play25 bonus (25gbp deposit, 5x WR , 25 gbp cashable post-wager, all games). But before I want to withdraw money down to 25 gbp's.
Do u recommend me to exceed the wagering requirement of the first bonus before withdrawing 72gbp's so they wont make problems with bonus abuse? And if yes, which wager size and how much wagering do u recommend before withdrawing?
thx for your help!
 

manofsteel

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No suggestions. When dealing with your money you need black and white. Read the terms and services very carefully. If you still have questions then contact support. The casino might even have live chat so you don't have to wait around to get a reply to your email.

I make sure I have the exact answers to all my bonus related questions before I take them. Otherwise I decline it.
 

P@u1

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ofc withdrawing now is not against their T&C's but I heard that even if its not they can call you a bonus abuser and forbid u to play further bonusses at their casino or u can even loose your bonus and/or winnings or even the deposit, so how much should I exceed the WR to minimize this risk?
 

KasinoKing

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ofc withdrawing now is not against their T&C's but I heard that even if its not they can call you a bonus abuser and forbid u to play further bonusses at their casino or u can even loose your bonus and/or winnings or even the deposit, so how much should I exceed the WR to minimize this risk?
Zero.
The WR should be the WR, not the WR + Some mystery figure only the casinos know and players have to guess!
However, I do know what you're getting at. But the answer is "Who knows?"
The only way to be 100% safe is withdraw ALL your funds, wait until it hits your bank account and then re-deposit. I realise this is probably not attractive for you as you will have exchange fees to pay - so I guess your only other alternatives are to either ask them, or just risk it!

KK
 

big_mac

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I would do that anyway, so as not to fall foul of any 'it must be a new deposit' rule.

As far as I know, Coral just lets the automated system take care of bonuses and doesn't play silly games with undefined 'bonus abuse' claims. That was always my experience, but I haven't played there for a long time.
 
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love2winalot

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Hiya: imhop, since you are not withdrawing everything, the Casino would have a hard time thinking you are a bonus abuser. In fact, imhop once again, this is what i would do, and try to double up the money that is left, and make another withdraw of, Winnings only", and keep repeating the pattern.

Rember, when the Casino says, "Get Out", they are cutting their losses, with no hope of getting them back. They would much rather have you keep playing, and lose, and deposit back the winnings, and then lose that also. This can not happen if they bann you.
 

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