No Deposit Bonus Loophole (RTG)

DarkMage

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I was playing a ND bonus at a casino and my balance fell below $1.00. After a few nice spins I had managed to bring it up to over $100+. At this point I still had between 50-55x more to roll over before withdrawing it.

But when I went to check how much wagering was left the wagering had disappeared and it says all the money is able to be withdrawn.


So did I catch a nice loophole here and not have to go through the wagering?
 

LaHutti

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I wouldn't exactly call it a loophole, and wouldn't be something I would try for. Getting back from 50 cents doesn't happen every day, and I would think there are better ways of doing playthrough ;)
But yes, when your balance drops below $1 your playthrough disappears.
 

chuchu59

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I was playing a ND bonus at a casino and my balance fell below $1.00. After a few nice spins I had managed to bring it up to over $100+. At this point I still had between 50-55x more to roll over before withdrawing it.

But when I went to check how much wagering was left the wagering had disappeared and it says all the money is able to be withdrawn.


So did I catch a nice loophole here and not have to go through the wagering?
Not necessarily true.I tend to think different casinos can request RTG to ensure that as long as the bonus balance is not less than the spin bet size of the slot you are currently playing the wrs wont go away. I had a hit at 3 Stooges (higest payout) at Buzzluck years ago with only a few cents left and there should still have been plenty of wagering left. To my astonishment, there were no wrs left. There are other casinos where I have encountered scenarios of wrs remaining where the balance is $0.20 or less.
 

anniemac

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I had that happen not too long ago only I had like $.20 and on the last spin hit a big one. Look and no wagering left but I knew I hadn't even got close.

I could have withdrawn according to CS but I went on playing because I just didn't feel right about it. Now I know that sounds really crazy but I just couldn't do it. Did manage to make a withdrawal after I felt like I had completed wagering requirements.
 

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