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Ritchie 2 Avatar
8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
Follow the instructions TO THE LETTER (dead easy) and withdraw a free 9.62 + 9.73 = £19.35


(Just done this myself - less than 5 minutes work for 20 quid, absolutely made up ) Not a massive amount but better than nowt thats for sure!!!!!

You will nedd to have an account with Coral to do this but don't worry if you don't - just set one up and deposit £10. Thats exactly what I have done and trust me this works!!!!

Coral:

The CHIP and NINE codes are £10 games bonuses. They are activated by transferring £10 from your sportsbook to the games area, using the appropriate code. I have shown below the strategy for both codes below.


Strategy for the CHIP code:
- Deposit £10 into Coral account (unless you already have £10 in there).
- Transfer from Sportsbook to Games using and enter the code CHIP
- £10 WR to receive bonus - Play Inca Trail - Bet £5 on high, £5 on low in the same game for a loss of 25p
- £5 WR to make withdrawable - Play Inca Trail - Bet £2.50 on high, £2.50 on low in the same game for a loss of 13p.
- Transfer back to Sportsbook. This money can then be used for anything, or simply withdrawn (keep at least £10 in there if you still have other bonus codes to use.)

PROFIT = £9.62

The requirements for this bonus have changed since it was initially introduced a couple of years ago. I got caught out by reading the start of the long post on this, only to find out it didn't work and lost a few pence from my profit. I then read the end of the post to find out how to do it now.

There appears to be no expiry date for this code.


Strategy for the NINE code:
- Deposit £10 into Coral account (unless you already have £10 in there).
- Transfer from Sportsbook to Games and enter the code NINE.
- £0.10 WR to receive bonus - Play Inca Trail - Bet 25p on high, 25p on low in the same game for a loss of 1p
- £10 WR to make withdrawable - Play Inca Trail - Bet £5 on high, £5 on low in the same game for a loss of 25p.
- Transfer back to Sportsbook. This money can then be used for anything, or simply withdrawn (keep at least £10 in there if you still have other bonus codes to use.)

PROFIT = £9.73

There appears to be no expiry date for this code.


EDIT:- This deal can be used via Quidco when signing up, the current deal is £25 cashback if you deposit and make a £10 SPORTS bet,.

My advice is to do this code deal first, get your cash - then make a £10 matched bet, then recieve your Quidco cashback.

*there may be better/alternative quidco and I accept no responsibility if things dont go as planned ;)
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#1
Sorry i mean no offense but i do not feel you should be posting sites that encourage people to gamble, merely my opinion of which i am entitled too.
#2
£25 if you sign up through quidco
#3
moonwolf
Sorry i mean no offense but i do not feel you should be posting sites that encourage people to gamble, merely my opinion of which i am entitled too.


In that case I expect the threads on here offering discounts on booze will be full of similar complaints by you will they?

Just my opinion.

The £25 through Quidco should work with this deal.
#4
Sounds good, but to be honest I'm past gambling now. Got caught out in that game a year or so ago & it was costly...
#5
Ritchie 2
In that case I expect the threads on here offering discounts on booze will be full of similar complaints by you will they?

Just my opinion.


Ok mate, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. He has a point, as it's a little different from booze, online gambling is probably way more addictive than buying booze online.
#6
Sorry i mean no offense but i do not feel you should be posting sites that encourage people to gamble, merely my opinion of which i am entitled too.

Its matched betting, no cash at risk.
#7
lynothehammer
Ok mate, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. He has a point, as it's a little different from booze, online gambling is probably way more addictive than buying booze online.


No cash is at risk, follow the instructions, the perils of gambling is a different discussion probably more suited to a different forum. Who's voting cold, this is free cash ;)
#8
Richie , i am sorry if my post offended you in anyway it was not meant to do as such but as lynoterhammer has stated this is somewhat different from buying booze ...many people have been caught up in gambling online and it can honestly catch you unawares of how much you are actually spending/losing. untill you receive your CC bill.....this is why these sites use this medium...once again i meant no disrespect to anyone..
#9
Richie it may look free but once they ensnarl you into betting beleive me it is not so free...
#10
Great post, but there is a 50pg thread on moneysavingexpert.com
#11
moonwolf
Richie , i am sorry if my post offended you in anyway it was not meant to do as such but as lynoterhammer has stated this is somewhat different from buying booze ...many people have been caught up in gambling online and it can honestly catch you unawares of how much you are actually spending/losing. untill you receive your CC bill.....this is why these sites use this medium...once again i meant no disrespect to anyone..



No bother, no offence taken - a deals a deal, if you follow the instructions and resist the urge to put your pay check on a 100-1 rank outsider at cheltenham then we are all happy right?
#12
Just concerned richie, i am glad to see you have not taken offense...sadly some cannot resist the urge once signed up...
1 Like #13
Superb mate, just made me an easy £20.....When you say the code doesn't expire...what does that mean? can i continue to do this under one coral account??
#14
mumbojumbo
Ritchie, if you signed up for £25 cashback, then you've just done yourself out of the £50 offer they usually have!


I signed up some time ago, however I'll bear that in mind when I do the wife's account later.
#15
Eggon
Superb mate, just made me an easy £20.....When you say the code doesn't expire...what does that mean? can i continue to do this under one coral account??


I think it means you can use it once per account, several freinds have created multiple accounts using seperate CC details. They are very happy :thumbsup:
#16
also if you deposit £10 at a time on your visa/mastercard card that also has a fee of either £2.50 or £5 minumin :(
banned#17
What does WR mean?
#18
also does useing a debit card also charge this fee i mentioned above ?
#19
I wasnt sure either, I just bet the required amount after it said WR.
#20
Only some credit cards charge the £2.50, apparently it's because some CC companies view online betting as cash advances and apply a cash advance fee luckily mine does not. Debit cards are not charged the £2.50 according to Corals T&C's.
#21
ah ok thx for that, i know i phoned up lloyds tsb mastercard when they charged me, and they said it was to try and stop me spending to much :) but i just wanted to make sure about the debit cards i thought they would not charge.
#22
mumbojumbo
Maestro charge a fee for gambling transactions as they are considered a cash advance.

These codes have been around for at least a year, so don't rush in like fools. Do your homework first!



Maestro dont charge. Only some credit cards charge, read the terms and conditions on Coral. My credit card did not charge and neither did my debit card.
#23
mumbojumbo;1605267
Maestro charge a fee for gambling transactions as they are considered a cash advance.

Maestro cards are debit rather than credit cards, so they won't charge a fee for a "cash advance" as there's no interest to pay on it, unlike a credit card.
1 Like #24
thanks for this one,, owe you a pint,,, easiest money i have ever made,,, £19.62 profit on my £10 deposit, plus £25 quidco,,, fantasic deal,, thanks
#25
This has been around for years, I must have done it well over a year ago with the same codes! So don't bother doing it if you think you have in the past as you don't get the bonus!! (but of course try if you want)!
#26
firewire1200
thanks for this one,, owe you a pint,,, easiest money i have ever made,,, £19.62 profit on my £10 deposit, plus £25 quidco,,, fantasic deal,, thanks


did you not have to deposit £10 twice thou like it says to do ?
#27
firewire1200
thanks for this one,, owe you a pint,,, easiest money i have ever made,,, £19.62 profit on my £10 deposit, plus £25 quidco,,, fantasic deal,, thanks



Dont thank me, thank the guy who realised you could do it!!
#28
what if they realize and get there money back from ur acount
#29
Daytrader
did you not have to deposit £10 twice thou like it says to do ?



It says deposit £10 (unless you already have £10 in there). After the first tip you should have £19+ in the account therfore you dont need to deposit a further £10. I hope that clears things up.
#30
What a waste of time. Hardly a "DEAL" as such.
#31
worked a treat cheers
#32
kjbenja
What a waste of time. Hardly a "DEAL" as such.


I suppose getting just under £20 for doing next to nothing is not really a deal is it?
#33
Voted cold because you just cut and pasted someone's post from MSE without giving them any credit.

However, this is a good deal, I did this (as well as the £50SR and Deal or No Deal code) several months back so I have made a total of about £95 from Coral.

To those saying this is bad because its gambling need to look up the definition of gambling because following the above instructions is not gambling.
You are guaranteed to make £19.35 from these 2 codes and if you get very lucky you could win more.
#34
Ritchie 2
It says deposit £10 (unless you already have £10 in there). After the first tip you should have £19+ in the account therfore you dont need to deposit a further £10. I hope that clears things up.


ah i see now thx
#35
nadnerb
Voted cold because you just cut and pasted someone's post from MSE without giving them any credit.




Apologies, I had this emailed to me from a work colleague last month and this was the first I had ever heard of it.
#36
kjbenja
What a waste of time. Hardly a "DEAL" as such.



my dad said do'nt trust them bookies :x

they might try to get there money back:x
#37
nadnerb
(as well as the £50SR and Deal or No Deal code)


are these still running.
#38
please help

i transferred the £10 to games and entered chip but my balance was still £10. i played the inca game with a payout of £9.75 but my balance is still £9.75

have i done something wrong?
#39
Daytrader
are these still running.


do you have a link? is it on here?
#40
Daytrader
are these still running.

Nope,
the £50 SR finished recently and the DOND code was only valid for a month.

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