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Gala bingo spend £5.00 and get £20 cashback (quidco)

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Gala Bingo is back on Quidco and offering £20 cashback when you deposit and play just £5! Plus when you bet £5 Gala Bingo will give you £20 free bet!

Ive set up one for me and my wife and won £35 as well. Easy money!!!
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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banned 2 Likes #1
I like the way you have just signed up to tell everyone :)
#2
just won another £40 as well lucky day!!
banned 1 Like #3
andymal78
just won another £40 as well lucky day!!

Good for you :P
#4
i just deposited £5 to play. did it on £5 roulette. lost it. I thought you get £20 additional funds?
banned#5
How much do you get on Top Cashback?
banned#6
andymal78
just won another £40 as well lucky day!!

Thanks for making this post. I have now just won £35 in total.

Im planning on do this 3 more times. Should be a nice £100+ profit if all goes well.

Not as good as the walkers promotion. I made £280 on that :D
#7
skijacklam
i just deposited £5 to play. did it on £5 roulette. lost it. I thought you get £20 additional funds?


I think you have to spend the whole £5 on bingo tickets only to get the additional £20 bonus
banned#8
DLM
How much do you get on Top Cashback?

Check on there website (_;)
#9
Have given it a go.
Lost my fiver already though.
#10
you get the £20 funds when you bet the fiver on bingo. Does not have to be all at once

Edited By: andymal78 on Dec 18, 2010 18:28
#11
mai
skijacklam
i just deposited £5 to play. did it on £5 roulette. lost it. I thought you get £20 additional funds?


I think you have to spend the whole £5 on bingo tickets only to get the additional £20 bonus


oh thats a pain, i guess there is still the £20 quidco cash back to look forward to.
#12
Keeps getting declined by my bank - got loads of fund in my account - very odd!
#13
wish i spent it on bingo now.
bet a fiver on red... dam you black.

Quidco has tracked already btw.

Edited By: amfan on Dec 18, 2010 18:52: quidco
#14
amfan
wish i spent it on bingo now.
bet a fiver on red... dam you black.

Quidco has tracked already btw.


same here
#15
The f*&%$ are already reducing the rate - now it's £15 cashback, despite the fact that it's STILL within their specified time-limit for the promotion: it is still early in the day, on the 22nd!

The aholes at Quidco did me like a kipper on the shameful Credit Expert cashback earlier this year - it was a "very time limited" offer of £20 for the free trial, one that was supposed to last until 30th of September, but they PULLED it on the 27th (!!!!). And yes, obviously I know that Crappy Expert pulled it, then Quidco had to as well, BUT what Quidco did was very shifty and deceitful! Read on:
Quidco still left up their new special deal link for the rest of the remaining days until the 30th, a link which was edited (after Crappy Expert pulled their newly generous offer a mere 3 days later!) to show that it now offered THE SAME EXACT CRAPPY DEAL as the normal free trial sign-up deal link (a few lines above!) which was basically a permanent feature by then: that of a stingy £5 for a new member sign-up! (really effing stingy, considering the "normal" (non-special!) perma-offer cashback for the free trial used to be around £10-£11 a good few months back)

So I was lulled into signing up using the link from the Quidco page that I still had up from a couple of days before (no computer restart, I just put mine to sleep, so browser pages are often up for as long as a week, and yes, it took me a couple of days to get around to signing up for the trial) - my ONE mistake was that I didn't refresh the page (who the hell thinks the offer would have been pulled (changed to £5) 3 days before it was SUPPOSED to be???) so obviously I didn't see that the offer had been changed, but WHY would Quidco leave up the SPECIAL OFFER link they had for the £20 BUT CHANGED TO £5, when they ALREADY HAD the same £5 offer on the normal link two lines above it?
WHY NOT JUST DELETE THE NEW SPECIAL OFFER LINK? To con you into doing what I did, plainly!
So I went through with the signing up process, unaware, and duly got the crappy £5, and now I've blown my ONE and only Crappy Expert trial chance on that crappy deal instead of getting £20, all because of Quidco's incompetence (wilyness? deceitfulness?) in leaving up the special link, but with the crappy £5 on offer. Guess what they said when I complained? Not our fault, guv'nor! Guess what they said when I pointed out it was, and when I asked for the £15 I had paid them in fees thus far to compensate me for the cb lost due to their incompetence? Not our fault, guv'nor!
A-holes.
So what I'm saying is: be very careful when you do sign up for any of these offers that you are getting the GOOD cashback deal and not a prematurely, shiftily edited one.
Personally, I wouldn't take the £15 CB deal, especially now I know £20 is possible (it will come around again) - remember, this means you'd be just £10 up, since you have to spend your £5 deposit!

In 2007 it was £30 cashback for a £10 deposit - that's a clear £20 profit !!! Now they give us fanfare about a £15 profit which they then prematurely shift to a £10 profit!
Screw 'em!





Edited By: Shoesize on Dec 22, 2010 17:57: Editing is fun.
#16
much prefer topcashback over quidcrap
#17
iamrofe
much prefer topcashback over quidcrap


Yeah, me too now, you even get to MAKE money from TopCB (£5 per referral now, special Christmas deal for some members) instead of LOSING £5 like with Quidcrap, so that's already a £10 advantage right there!
It's just that Quidcrap do have some exclusive offers that are pretty good - until they screw you over, of course...


Edited By: Shoesize on Dec 22, 2010 18:15: Typo, you nosy bast'd system.
#18
My £20 says validated now. (_;)
#19
speedy1477

Thanks for making this post. I have now just won £35 in total.

Im planning on do this 3 more times. Should be a nice £100+ profit if all goes well.

Not as good as the walkers promotion. I made £280 on that :D


What on earth was the walkers promotion, speedy? Details, pls! :)


Also, with the Gala Bingo winnings that one might make from their £20 free bet money, they don't just allow you to withdraw that, do they? I'm guessing you have to put it through (cycle it) a good few times, by which you'll have lost it all - if that's not the case, please tell us.

"Im planning on do this 3 more times. Should be a nice £100+ profit if all goes well."
- sure, if only Gala Bingo would just comply with your desire :) - but isn't Bingo a game of complete and utter blind luck?

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