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How loyal lotalty points best and worst casinos

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by davdav5678, Nov 16, 2014.

    Nov 16, 2014
  1. davdav5678

    davdav5678 Dormant account

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    How do you guys find the best loyalty points on casinos

    Which is the best you received from a casino and what the worst ?

    I find some loyalty points take ages to add up on some casinos brands :eek2: Other seem to have better deals .What your experience of them ?
     
  2. Nov 16, 2014
  3. Jono777

    Jono777 Meister Member CAG mm4 mm1

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    I find that most casino's (especially as a low roller) take what seems to be like forever to build up to 'cashable' status.

    I defo think this needs addressing at almost every casino I play, after all most casinos LP's convert to bonus money so after numerous deposits to build them up, we then have another mountain to climb as in meeting the darn W/R lol

    I think Platinum Play (Fortune Lounge) was one of the easiest to achieve and I did 'cash' them in several times (got a decent play for deposits most times which helped) but they also converted direct to cash balance which was good. (this has gone now tho due to UK law changes)

    Also Next casino I feel is quite good, converts in 2euro increments and I've only made a handful of deposits there yet converted my points 3 or 4 times.

    The one which surprises me the most is my all time fave 32 red, by far the BEST casino out there but LP's seem to take forever to save up. Saying this tho, I think that this is a case of 'work in progress' and that they possibly may be addressing this in the near future??

    I hope Guts and Betat introduce something soon too as this 'absence' is possibly their only shortfall
     
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  5. davdav5678

    davdav5678 Dormant account

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    Yes agree lol seem ages to build on 32 red . Worked out you have to wager at least 500 .Maybe different on each game to get them 1000 points .Hopefully they will address it in the further .

    lucky to cash out on them

    saying that 32 red are good at times in giving a little extra if you have around 800 they will consider topping them up and 100% of the time they do :notworthy
     
  6. Nov 16, 2014
  7. miso

    miso Meister Member MM

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    Next Casino as mentioned, basically all good OddsMatrix casinos have the same system.
    Every casino that gives you a point for a tenner and eur for 100 points as real cash is not bad, golden standard I'd say.

    I'm getting one euro for every 85 points @ Omni and Fly, but it's not making a big difference.

    One that I should mention is Vera&John, you get points for almost everything you do and then exchange in shop for free spins,
    even logging in once a day will give you some Starburst FS once a week.
    Same with ComeOn, but I think they don't give much value for their points, you need quite a lot of them do get anything meaningful,
    I always waste it on lotteries.

    Energy Casino has a good shop, you can get a ton of stuff.
     
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  9. davdav5678

    davdav5678 Dormant account

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    Cheers:notworthy I have to check out energy casino sounds another good one ,:notworthy
     
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  11. miso

    miso Meister Member MM

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    ;) Have a look at this thread before you do. I think they are excellent, but some people had software glitches (including me).

    http://www.casinomeister.com/forums/showthread.php?t=64523
     
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  13. davdav5678

    davdav5678 Dormant account

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  15. Jono777

    Jono777 Meister Member CAG mm4 mm1

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    I'm not too bothered about a cash put from LP's to be honest but I do look at it as one day (probs every 2 months atm) where I can 'avoid' or 'save myself' a deposit and at least hope for a couple of hours play time. 32 red are very good when it comes to that, one of many reasons their the best out there, asked at numerous other casinos over the years (normally when I've had one of my 5 minute deposits) and they won't even give you one point, never mind 200 :p
     
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  16. Nov 16, 2014
  17. dave1888

    dave1888 Meister Member PABnononaccred2 mm1

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    Slotty Vegas #1! Earn money on every win over 50p, ridiculous number of free spins in my inbox,fantastic promos for existing players and speedy cashouts. I play here more than anyone else now for these reasons. Gone off guts a bit as they have sent me nothing for a while and have some term that because I have deposited alot with my card this has to be the method I use to withdraw and I need to withdraw £400 odd pounds via this method before going back to withdrawing with neteller!!
     
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  18. Nov 17, 2014
  19. davidsmith56

    davidsmith56 Senior Member

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    I think you will find that all casinos operate the policy of allocating withdrawals to the deposit method.Not exactly sure why but guessing that it has to do with the money laundering regulations.You should find that once your total withdrawals to your card reaches your deposits then you will be able to go back to withdrawing to Neteller.
     
  20. Nov 17, 2014
  21. dave1888

    dave1888 Meister Member PABnononaccred2 mm1

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    The main reason is the account I need to withdraw to is overdrawn man so really impractical for me.
     
  22. Nov 17, 2014
  23. Jono777

    Jono777 Meister Member CAG mm4 mm1

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    I'm reasonably confident that this 'withdrawal method' rule is the 'law' and to do with potential fraud issues etc. Is this 'Slotty Vegas' I hear so many good things about available to UK players, sure I didn't see it in the accredited list? - cheers!
     
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  25. dave1888

    dave1888 Meister Member PABnononaccred2 mm1

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    Yes Slotty Vegas is Betats sister casino and most definitely available to Uk. I don't think it is the law John I've had deposit via one method and cashout via another several times at different casinos ;). It is a rule by some but not all.
     
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  27. Jono777

    Jono777 Meister Member CAG mm4 mm1

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    Yep sorry, kinda misunderstood this rule for ages, cant recall which but some casino (think it was VPL but not sure) fed me a line of some sort regarding w/d methods and I was dumb enough to take their word for it :p
     
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  29. paul7388

    paul7388 Meister Member MM

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    Many casinos and bookies apply that rule. William hill used to split my withdrawals between neteller and debit card,Now my withdrawals automatically ho to debit card even if my deposit was by neteller.
     
  30. Nov 17, 2014
  31. cmonchels

    cmonchels Dormant account

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    Unfortunately I once lost my wallet and had to cancel my cards and have a replacement sent out, I had some funds in an existing casino account that I wanted to withdraw, I was aware of this policy and contacted the Casino to find out what I should do about it, they can't withdraw your funds to an expired/cancelled card so were happy to let me withdraw the funds to the other payment method I had with them - neteller.

    Hope this helps :)
     
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  33. Jono777

    Jono777 Meister Member CAG mm4 mm1

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    Been thinking about this W/D 'rule' and I think they make it up as they please lol, Remembered (Just before Uk market 'Pull outs') I used my debit card at Jackpot City (BelleRock) for loads and loads of transactions, both deposits and withdrawals.

    Then just the once I made a paypal deposit (did not win / withdraw) and returned to my debit card.

    Couple of weeks later I hit a bankroll big enough to W/D (think it was 200), well chuffed knew exactly when it would be in my bank account - sorted!

    Except that on the day, it wasn't there!

    Something told me to check paypal before going to 'live help' and it had been sitting there in paypal there since the previous day????

    So totally unsure how this 'rule' works
     
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  35. dave1888

    dave1888 Meister Member PABnononaccred2 mm1

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    It just varies by casino but Unibet definitely allow it as do Betvictor or they used to and by the sounds of it so do Slotty Vegas.
     

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