drip feed bonuses

razormedia

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what are your views on drip feed bonuses?

Ie. we pay $x after you stake $y, then we pay $z after you stake $p etc etc.

Does anyone think they're any good or can they not be compared to bonuses that are given simultaneously but are non withdrawable until g has been staked.

thoughts ?
 

hhcfreebie

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USA
razormedia said:
what are your views on drip feed bonuses?

Ie. we pay $x after you stake $y, then we pay $z after you stake $p etc etc.

Does anyone think they're any good or can they not be compared to bonuses that are given simultaneously but are non withdrawable until g has been staked.

thoughts ?
Interesting idea.
I myself would prefer drip feed bonuses, if I can withdraw anytime during the process without any attached wager requirement.
Of course, it also depends on the bonus structure. If you are a casino owner, you might want to pay a small fees to promotion designers such as the wizard. Bad bonus structure won't attract anyone while too-good-to-be-true bonuses will make broke. :D
 

jpm

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Mar 29, 2002
Well this is kind of how the FL bonuses work. You have to wager your stake at least 1x before you get the bonus and you are free to withdraw the stake and any winnings before you get the bonus. Then only the bonus money has strings attached. I somewhat prefer that.
 

razormedia

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Oct 22, 2003
it would work as such:

when you deposit money, you are give a real account with your deposit in (lets say 100). then after wagering (for example) 500, you would get 20 bonus, after wagering another 500, you would get another 20 bonus etc.

this would carry on until the bonus matched your inital deposit and there would be no strings on the bonus, it would be instantly withdrawable.
 

dominique

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Jul 5, 2003
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I would absolutely love to see this for the many first time players I see. They get very confused with wagering requirements, and they don't want to read them (and don't), and they don't want to count hands or keep track of wagering. They just want to play what they like and not be told what they can and cannot play.

For them, your plan sounds really great. Simple, no limitations, play whatever you like, withdraw whenever you like.

It would cut out almost all the first time player complaints I get.
 

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