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Bet £20 with WSOP and Maximiles and receive a £50 Amazon voucher!

Other vouchers on offer are HMV, Selfridges, M&S, Argos and more

How does it work

Register with Maximiles
Click through to Casino.WSOP (make sure you're logged in to your maximiles account)
Register a new account with Casino.WSOP
Deposit and wager £20
14,000 points will be added to you Maximiles account
£50 Amazon voucher for 14,000 points

Terms and conditions apply. In order to be rewarded promptly, please ensure that you use your Maximiles sign-up email address.
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#1
i have maximiles account but dont want to bet, is it possible to get a refund on my £20 wager? thanks
#2
Do you get voucher straight away??
Thinking there must be more to this - cant be £30 for nothing??
#3
MR1123
i have maximiles account but dont want to bet, is it possible to get a refund on my £20 wager? thanks


Do not touch the amount you deposited. If you did, they would give you a bonus and make you bet 100 times that amount before you can cash out. You should contact them and ask them to remove the bonus they gave you for depositing $20 and then you and cash out.
#4
Shane79
Do you get voucher straight away??
Thinking there must be more to this - cant be £30 for nothing??


You have to wait approx 1 month before it is tracked. Once its tracked and you receive the points, you can then request the £50 voucher.
#5
Cheers Slash... not for me this time then, need all the cash i can get for xmas!
Heat added though as still £30 for nothing if you can wait
#6
Slash
MR1123
i have maximiles account but dont want to bet, is it possible to get a refund on my £20 wager? thanks


Do not touch the amount you deposited. If you did, they would give you a bonus and make you bet 100 times that amount before you can cash out. You should contact them and ask them to remove the bonus they gave you for depositing $20 and then you and cash out.


thanks for the info mate but ive written it wrong, what i was meant to say is if i take this offer here, and place my £20, would i get a refund if i asked for it? thanks
#7
Why is this cold? It is essentially £30 for nothing...
#8
true
#9
MR1123
Slash
MR1123
i have maximiles account but dont want to bet, is it possible to get a refund on my £20 wager? thanks


Do not touch the amount you deposited. If you did, they would give you a bonus and make you bet 100 times that amount before you can cash out. You should contact them and ask them to remove the bonus they gave you for depositing $20 and then you and cash out.


thanks for the info mate but ive written it wrong, what i was meant to say is if i take this offer here, and place my £20, would i get a refund if i asked for it? thanks


If you got an additional £20 as bonus when you deposited the initial £20 and have already bet, you will not get refunded until you bet 10 times that amount.
#10
Hi guys,
This has been running for a while.
i done it arounf 5 weeks ago , got my points 2 days ago, ordered £50 argos voucher, delivery time allow up to 14 days.
#11
how long before it shows up on the maximilies website?
#12
I did the offer. After 8 days of waiting I e-mailed them and received the points the next day! Either a coincidence and was very lucky or it was due to my e-mail. I ordered a PS3 Move though instead of a voucher and wondering how long it will take to be delivered. I know it says up to 14 days, but maybe if I send an e-mail again..? lol. not expecting it to be soon, because the Move seems to be out of stock eeeverywhere.

By the way, it IS £30 for nothing. Just that people who have addictive personalities are likely to want to bet more after the £20 once they're signed up. That's what WSOP are hoping for anyway.
#13
In terms of having to wager the £20, what exactly counts as wagering it? Do you have to place it all in one go? I have no idea about poker so I'd pretty much be writing off the £20 and just taking the £30 profit, definitely worth it, but I'm wondering is there any way to not 'lose' the £20?
#14
TheTemple
In terms of having to wager the £20, what exactly counts as wagering it? Do you have to place it all in one go? I have no idea about poker so I'd pretty much be writing off the £20 and just taking the £30 profit, definitely worth it, but I'm wondering is there any way to not 'lose' the £20?


There are ways to "minimise" the loss on the £20, as Ive done it. Spent over 340,000 points over about 3 years id say
#15
i upoaded £21 to my account £10 on red £10 on black and a £1 on "0" and then withdrawn my £20 and i got the points. Apparently they only validate them once a month i think it is on the 5th of a month.

mike

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