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Vernons - should I register?

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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
I noticed that on quidco you get £12.40 for registering with a £10 deposit. They give you a £5 bet so in my mind that's a minimum £2.40 profit. However, when you get to stage 2 of the registration it asks you to select a Maximum Deposit Level. Does that mean they will take this amount from you every day/week?:?
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
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#1
As you are probably aware the reasons the bookies/gambling companies give these rates is to try and suck you in :x . If you stick to your initial £10 it shouldn't be a problem.

The maximum deposit level is nothing to worry about, basically what they do is impose a maximum amount you can deposit ( so you don't get carried anyway) they don't take this everyweek.
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surfer23
As you are probably aware the reasons the bookies/gambling companies give these rates is to try and suck you in :x . If you stick to your initial £10 it shouldn't be a problem.

The maximum deposit level is nothing to worry about, basically what they do is impose a maximum amount you can deposit ( so you don't get carried anyway) they don't take this everyweek.


Thanks for that - am [COLOR=seagreen]GREEN [/COLOR][COLOR=black]as far as on-line gambling is concerned. Might give it a go, but have to keep my head.:whistling: [/COLOR]
#3
As with Thermonuclear War, the only way to win is not to play.

Gambling is for losers.
#4
thekanester
Gambling is for losers.


I agree, unless you win first time then give up! - Not many peeps do that though:-(
#5
A lot of people earn good money from matched betting, it is a 100% win win situation. This is not quite the same, but if it tracks in Quidco then you are correct, you have made a profit plus a free bet. Go for it mate.

And as stated, the maximum limit is just a regulation so you can limit yourself to how much you bet in a day/week or whatever it is.
#6
Coral do £30 quidco cashback, plus £20 matched bet if you deposit £10, and 2% of your first month's turnover (an extra 55p for me at the moment oooh :lol:).

Initially I placed my £10 on United/Chelsea/Arsenal triple plus combination of doubles last weekend. Obviously arsies let me down but the double ensured I still had around £5 in my account.

I found placing a combination of odds-on cricket bets has done quite well and took me back up to £10 (after two rounds of games) though I doubt i'll bet on the super 8 so i've now bet on the internationals this week (again all odds-on). Hopefully they'll all come in and i'll be up to about £18 (combinations of triples all the way up to a 7-fold bet)

If that happens i'll use the £8 to bet with and keep the £10 till coral pay over the £30 to quidco.

Worst case scenario if I lose is I'll still have made £20 profit. Did a similar thing last year with Totesport and the national. Never used the account since so i think it does come down to discipline.

Anyway what i'm trying to say is that so long as you have the discipline to stop yourself you should be able to make a nice profit.
#7
"Anyway what i'm trying to say is that so long as you have the discipline to stop yourself you should be able to make a nice profit."

And therein lies the problem!

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