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what would you do... if you turned your $15 free bonus into $150

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by xkxrome0ox, May 17, 2004.

    May 17, 2004
  1. xkxrome0ox

    xkxrome0ox Dormant account

    Los Angeles, CA
    let's say you signed up at a casino ... got a no deposit $15 free bonus...
    and you managed to turn it into $150

    you've already met the WR ... and you think you should withdraw
    now the t&c states...
    "No cash-ins will be allowed under any circumstances, nor will any promotional offers be honoured, until a minimum purchase of $20 is made at the casino where the cash-in is occurring and any subsequent purchase match bonus is wagered in full."

    ahh... so that's the catch ..
    so i'd have to assume... once you do deposit money.. you receive a deposit match bonus... and you end up losing all the money before you're able to withdraw anything

    now... best thing to do that i can come up with...
    is refuse the deposit match bonus so that you are able to withdraw the money you've accumulated

    can anyone think of any other solution ?
  2. May 17, 2004
  3. hhcfreebie

    hhcfreebie Dormant account

    That's a bad idea. Doing so will piss up the casino greatly. It's very obvious you just want to withdraw the money without risking any of your own money. A less reputable will give you a run around for sure.
    A better approach is to deposit $20 and get their $20 match bonnus. Sure you might end up loosing some money, but you also have a chance to win some more.
    If you really, really, really can't afford to loose a few bucks, bet minimum at a game with lowest house edge and variance (such as BJ) will do the trick.
  4. May 17, 2004
  5. jpm

    jpm Dormant account

    Well there may be a loophole here you can use. Be sure you save a copy of the webpage where these terms are listed. It says " any subsequent purchase match bonus is wagered in full." I read this to mean, you deposit $20 and say you get 100% match. If you wager the purchase match bonus in full, that would be only $20 (the amount of the full purchase match) or $40 in wagering (purchase + bonus) if you want to go by the letter of the law.

    It does not say you need to fulfill any wagering requirements on a purchase match bonus, just the purchase match bonus in full. Yeah its picking a nit, but that's the letter of the law and I would hold them to it.

    The trick to it will be to leave the purchase & bonus in there when you do withdraw. So say you get a 100% match on your $20 deposit. You wager and lose the $40 at the end of wagering $40. When you withdraw, only take out $110 so you leave $40 in there to finish any wagering requirements on that purchase match bonus. Don't try to withdraw anything that would leave less than whatever the purchase + bonus amounts to, that's where they could get you. Of course if you're doing well, keep playing. This is only in the event that you are negative after you wager the deposit + match.
  6. May 17, 2004
  7. hip_hop

    hip_hop Dormant account

    Depends on the casino. If it's a burn joint they are not going to pay you anything, they just want your twenty dollars. If $150 isn't enough to risk putting up $20 of your own at risk, and it's a real risk because we're talking burn joint here, then try and run it up higher. Eventually you'll reach a number where it's worth throwing your twenty dollars after it, maybe $500 or even $1000. Most of the time you'll just lose the whole wad and then you won't need to worry about risking your 'real' twenty. Find out if there is a max that you can earn off of the free $15. If it's a reputable casino you should just deposit the $20 and take your chances with another bonus and meet the playing requirements.

    Hip Hop

  8. May 20, 2004
  9. DOHC

    DOHC Dormant account

    Right here
    Yeah go for the 100% bonus, you have managed to win before you can do it again :thumbsup: , play the high odds games and cash out
  10. May 20, 2004
  11. marcolino

    marcolino Dormant account

    This is a better solution

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