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Please post Microgaming casinos with 100% monthly match bonuses

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by darkpixie, Jan 11, 2007.

    Jan 11, 2007
  1. darkpixie

    darkpixie Senior Member

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    My fiance wants to try some out and we are only allowed one account per household.
     
  2. Jan 11, 2007
  3. soflat

    soflat Senior Member

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    Wouldn't that be 32red?

    Some other MGs send bonus offers to their players more often than monthly.
     
  4. Jan 11, 2007
  5. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

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    Already done

    This is already done, all you have to do is look for it.
    It is in the interests of affiliate sites to promote bonuses, and these include the monthly matches.

    There are also websites that try to list ALL casinos and their bonuses, including the rogues, so beware!

    Rules change frequently, so the final decision should be based on the casino's own website.

    The Palace Group casinos will send players a weekend promotion each week. There is usually a 100% bonus at least once every two months, but many 50% or 60% offers, and promotions involving cashbacks on losses and entries into a draw come along. The value of these for regular players exceeds the value in the sign-up bonus. 32Red, as mentioned, gives a regular monthly 50 match (used to be 32). This will also be the same for other supported currencies. Only UK residents can play in the UK Pound at Palace Group - a fact that came up in a recent complaint thread.

    Many others offer regular bonuses, but rarely 100% outside of the new player sign-up bonus.
     
  6. Jan 11, 2007
  7. java1980

    java1980 Banned user - fraudster - rogue webmaster

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    i dont think so that any microgaming casino offers monthly except for 32red. casinoshare used to give a 100% monthly match, but not any more.so you might have to rely on offers from casinos , but that wont be higher than 15-20%.vegas partner lounge casinos offer a mtch of 15% on neteller deposits.
     
  8. Jan 11, 2007
  9. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

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    MG Monthly

    KasinoKing lists regular monthlies, and believes 32Red to be the only one offering 100%. Palace Group are the only other MG mentioned as giving regular bonuses.

    Quite a few MG casinos will also send bonus offers to their VIP players. Casino Action did this for a long spell last year, but the shake-up announced recently by Trish seems to have interrupted the flow over Xmas/New Year. Tomorrow or Friday will show if the change is permanent, or just a short break.
     
  10. Jan 11, 2007
  11. uungy

    uungy Dormant account PABnononaccred PABnoaccred PABaccred

    Belle group have a 100% bonus up to 75, on the .co.uk sites.
     
  12. Jan 11, 2007
  13. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

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    UK Only

    It's only for UK residents though, but yes, it does exist.
     
  14. Jan 11, 2007
  15. aka23

    aka23 Dormant account

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    In addition to the ones mentioned above, the Grand Prive group offers excellent reloads. These reloads are email offers that come up to 2x per week per casino (including Big Dollar). The reload bonuses may be as high as 100% up to $300. For awhile in October, I was averaging more than one Grand Prive reload per day!
     
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  16. Jan 11, 2007
  17. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

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    I'm not saying I've checked every MG, but yes, these are the only $US ones I know of (for low-rollers).

    It might be a pain, but I suggest you just sign up to a new one or two every month for the S.U.B. Unless you've already done loads there's 80+ to choose from which should last quite a while! (I've still got 20-ish to do myself! ;) )
     
  18. Jan 11, 2007
  19. soflat

    soflat Senior Member

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    I lost the link to the schedule, but Big Dollar will send you 2-3 reloads a week, generally 100% up to $100 :D . I think they run Wednesday and Friday. Sometimes another thrown in, maybe Saturday.

    Grand Prive tends to alternate 50% (up to $500) and 100% (up to $100) bonuses, at least once a week. They pay out and respond to suport inquiries quickly now too :thumbsup: .

    Palace Group and Belle Rock also do the weekly thing. With BR they only allow you to claim an offer at one casino, and they vary from 40% to 100%. If you win too much you will be cut off :( . With Palace you can get multiple offers, one for each casino, no US though :( :(.

    The other US-friendly MGs do one of the following: a) sporadic reload bonuses or money-back offers, b) small (usually 15%) bonuses for every deposit, or c) drawing entries.
     
  20. Jan 11, 2007
  21. darkpixie

    darkpixie Senior Member

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    Thanks everyone! He has to play on my account and because I have accounts nearly everywhere its hard to find a good bonus for his just to practice on cause he will no doubt lose...lol
    I hit a $5000 win at Grand Prive a couple months ago and since then I can't even get a bonus round :( Don't know whats up with that but I did end up doing the 50% bonus there for him and he didn't hit a thing either.
     
  22. Jan 11, 2007
  23. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

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    Careful!

    Careful, that is not allowed!!!!

    "Players may not allow another person to play on their account" (common term in T & C). Any casino that wants to can use this to deny payment, and you won't have a case!
     
  24. Jan 11, 2007
  25. Rusty

    Rusty Banned User - repetitive flaming

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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by darkpixie
    Thanks everyone! He has to play on my account and because I have accounts nearly everywhere its hard to find a good bonus for his just to practice on cause he will no doubt lose...lol
    I hit a $5000 win at Grand Prive a couple months ago and since then I can't even get a bonus round Don't know whats up with that but I did end up doing the 50% bonus there for him and he didn't hit a thing either.
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    Careful, that is not allowed!!!!

    "Players may not allow another person to play on their account" (common term in T & C). Any casino that wants to can use this to deny payment, and you won't have a case!


    Hmmm I guess the only way they could know is by you calling them and saying "By the way that 1000 I just won wasnt really me it was my Husband, would you like to deny me payment now?" or maybe posting it here :p It was one of those stupid rules that can not be proved unless Casinos plan on bugging all our houses, ahhhh now that I think about it :rolleyes:

    A great site for bonus listings is casinocashjourney but as VW says be careful they also list rogues.Best to crossreference any casinos you are not sure about with the rogue list here.
    ps
    If you do find a bonus you like dont access the casino from a link, type the address in the address bar instead and go to the site directly.Remember always check the WR, some are insanely high while others are quite generous.Anything from 30*Bonus(not bonus AND deposit) or less is reasonable but obviously the less the better.
     
  26. Jan 12, 2007
  27. KasinoKing

    KasinoKing WebMeister & Slotaholic.. CAG MM PABnonaccred webmeister

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    Why? Don't you think all the hard work people like Bryan and who ever runs CCJ put in is worth anything? :eek:
    Clicking a link has absolutely no effect on your play in the casino, but at least the hard-working webmasters might make a little bit out of it.
    At least half of the casinos I've joined since discovering CM have been deliberately done via his links.
    I for one think he deserves it! :thumbsup:
     
  28. Jan 12, 2007
  29. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

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    Qualified advice

    It's qualified advice. Some casinos have actually used the fact that players have clicked links on sites such as "bonuswhores" as a reason to accuse them of "being bonus chasers, not genuine players". It is more a case of being careful what site you link from, rather than not doing it at all.

    In the case of reputable sites such as Casinomeister, you are likely to be better off using a link than joining directly, as casinos listed here respect Bryan, and know that he supplies a far higher quality of player than sites such as "bonuswhores".
    Other posters here with their own sites can be trusted, provided they have been around awhile and are respected by the Casinomeister community. Care has to be taken of the spammers who hijack this forum with a nice sounding story in order to pull in players. Such posts quickly get spotted & busted by the regular posters for what they are, spam.

    I would be happy to use links from this site, as well as those on sites run by the regular long term posters here, such as Simmo (OGGS) and KasinoKing, as I would not expect to be screwed deliberately. Hard working affiliates can often intervene if "their" players run into problems as they have contacts with management that most players are unaware of. The big sites such as this one even have casino reps on board who may be able to intervene in such issues. I have had issues resolved through contacting reps here that seemed impossible to solve through the usual CS channel (it shouldn't be like this, but often is).
     
  30. Jan 12, 2007
  31. darkpixie

    darkpixie Senior Member

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    Well that is kinda bad business on the casino's part if there can only be one account per household yet only one person can play on an account isn't it?
     
  32. Jan 12, 2007
  33. aka23

    aka23 Dormant account

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    In my opinion, this is being overly cautious. My site has had thousands of referred signups over the past few months, a large portion of whom are bonus hunters. Of those thousands, I have yet to hear of a single referred player having such an issue. I'm not saying it can't happen. But the few casinos that might do this are likely the least reputable ones that you would not want to join in the first place.
     
  34. Jan 12, 2007
  35. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

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    Care

    Likely then that your site lists the bonuses where there is a decent chance of players getting paid. Some sites just list bonuses, but worse still they give a detailed guide on how to beat them, and market each new bonus aggressively. This can lead a casino to receive a sudden burst of players, all from one affiliate, all of whom deposit the same amount, claim the same bonus, play exactly the same games and cash out as soon as they meet WR. This causes problems because the casino then believes it has been hit by a syndicate, or possibly a small number of players using fake IDs to hit the casino with many accounts. Once a casino makes this assumption they will lock all the suspect accounts, including those of people who just came along and saw the offer and really intended to try them out and perhaps play again once they were confident of being paid. There have been a number of these instances, and it has taken weeks or months for the innocent players to be untangled from the web of "fraud".

    When I first started out, the first site had links to the likes of Crystal Palace, Del Rio, etc - listed purely on the EV of the bonus. No mention of the fact that Crystal Palace hardly ever paid out on bonus beaters, and that Del Rio was going bust!

    A good bonus chasers site will inform players not just about the bonuses, but how to make the casino believe they are long term players even if they are only trying for the +EV bonus situations.
     
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  36. Jan 13, 2007
  37. Rusty

    Rusty Banned User - repetitive flaming

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    Sorry for not being more specific about sites it is best not to click a link from. No offence intended to all those that run quality and trustworthy sites.
    I would have no hesitation in clicking a link from here for eg and indeed have done. What I meant to say is it is probably best to proceed with caution on sites that you are unsure about or that have disreputable as well as reputable Casinos listed. I am talking from personal experience here and thanks to VW for adding a valuable insite into just some of the problems you can run into.
     

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