strange bonus term?

Prokie

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What to make of this:

"For this offer, only your bonus funds contribute towards any wagering requirements. Any use of your cash funds does not contribute to any wagering requirements. "

So you can win lots of money with the cash you deposited, but it is no good because it doesn't count toward the wagering requirements.
 

pinnit2014

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Sounds like bonus and cash separate: 50 cash, 25 bonus funds. Wagering only starts when you bust out of cash and are in the bonus funds ie. if you never dip into bonus funds you won't wager anything to release it - second chance bonus thingee ma bopper.
 

danofthewibble

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UK
Yep, seems a relatively normal term to me. And in fact, it is basically how it has to work under the UK licence. It IS a positive - if you never touch the bonus (in the UK), you can't risk losing a big win because of not wagering the bonus you never used.
 

Prokie

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Well, it's alright when one can withdraw the winnings from the cash funds. It would be rather ridiculous if it said "sorry but you have wagered zero percent, you cannot witdraw".
 

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