Get £94.00 cashback on these two gambling sites, £10 deposit required on each. £74 PROFIT
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Get £94.00 cashback on these two gambling sites, £10 deposit required on each. £74 PROFIT

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Found 2nd MarEdited by:"Dennis_The_Menace"
This has been discussed before on reddit and hotukdeals
And I know this will attract plenty of negative votes (as it should), but I thought some of you might be interested in some quick money.

Gala bingo - minimum deposit £10, cashback £60.
Spin and Win - minimum deposit £10, cashback £34


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Process and Rules (credits to luvsadealdealdeal)

1. Use a debit card (or paypal) for your deposit as many credit cards will stick another £5 transaction cost on top of your gambling deposit.

2. Decline bonuses.

3. Work out your gambling strategy, bet through your £10, keep a note of what you're betting then the minute you have bet £10, withdraw the rest & stop gambling.
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Step 1: deposit your £10 to each site to get the cashback tracked on both offers
Step 2: use said £10 on each site to potentially win more than your £20 total flutter spend
Step 3: once £10 on each site has been used up for a bit of fun, leave
Step 4: NEVER EVER GO BACK AGAIN or REDEPOSIT until the next offer!
Step 4: enjoy £74 of free money, to treat your family
Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all quidco offers.
If it was TCB then I would've given it a go.
Deals like this are irresponsible, not everyone has the discipline to withdraw the money and not risk their own funds.

This is very different to your typical £50 off a washing machine at Currys and shouldn’t be endorsed on the website.
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1. Use a debit card (or paypal) for your deposit as many credit cards will stick another £5 transaction cost on top of your gambling deposit.

2. Decline bonuses.

3. Work out your gambling strategy, bet through your £10, keep a note of what you're betting then the minute you have bet £10, withdraw the rest & stop gambling.

4. I often go to casino option and use a red/ black strategy to basically pretty much always withdraw my stake (over time). No, you can't cover red & black at the same time - that won't count.
Edited by: "luvsadealdealdeal" 2nd Mar
Step 1: deposit your £10 to each site to get the cashback tracked on both offers
Step 2: use said £10 on each site to potentially win more than your £20 total flutter spend
Step 3: once £10 on each site has been used up for a bit of fun, leave
Step 4: NEVER EVER GO BACK AGAIN or REDEPOSIT until the next offer!
Step 4: enjoy £74 of free money, to treat your family
I had a bad experience with two gambling sites in the past that refused to pay out - i'm pretty sure one of them was Gala

EDIT: It was Gala Casino. Probably a completely separate entity, but worth a read:

hotukdeals.com/dea…=28
Edited by: "m.ad" 2nd Mar
Not that I am encouraging gambling, but I did turn a £30 deposit into £400 ish on the roulette table and get £60 cashback on one of these once. I tried to increase my winnings and lost £100 of the £400 pretty quickly thou..
Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all quidco offers.
If it was TCB then I would've given it a go.
m.ad3 m ago

I had a bad experience with two gambling sites in the past that refused to …I had a bad experience with two gambling sites in the past that refused to pay out - i'm pretty sure one of them was Gala


Gala were fine for us. Maximise your Quidco/ TCB tracking chances by clearing cookies, maybe use CCleaner to do it, then re-start computer and use a fresh browser to go through the cashback site to Gala/ Spin & Win before signing up & playing.
Dan__1 m ago

Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all …Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all quidco offers. If it was TCB then I would've given it a go.


TCB have the same offers, periodically.

Or go through TCB now, then invoke highest cashback guarantee to get the same cashback that Quidco is offering.
I did the Gala yesterday and it didn't track. Put in a claim but not holding much hope.

Seperately, I did a Ladbrokes offer on TCb 2 years ago, and still fighting with them to get it paid out.
swoosh00723 m ago

Not that I am encouraging gambling, but I did turn a £30 deposit into £400 …Not that I am encouraging gambling, but I did turn a £30 deposit into £400 ish on the roulette table and get £60 cashback on one of these once. I tried to increase my winnings and lost £100 of the £400 pretty quickly thou..


Hope you took the other £300 out and its in your sky rocket now or spent on a worthy surprise


Dan__22 m ago

Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all …Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all quidco offers. If it was TCB then I would've given it a go.


+1

Eden003213 m ago

I did the Gala yesterday and it didn't track. Put in a claim but not …I did the Gala yesterday and it didn't track. Put in a claim but not holding much hope. Seperately, I did a Ladbrokes offer on TCb 2 years ago, and still fighting with them to get it paid out.


A lot of the bypass affiliate ones do tend to sometimes take an age, but then sometimes they hit after 48-72 hours later, worrying about a 2 year old payout, have you tried going direct to the top of the TCB tree to solve it?
Heads up:

Just spoke to Spin and Win customer support as their system wouldn't let me deposit £10 (kept giving me an error every time). They told me they do not offer cashback and have asked for evidence via email that cashback exists.

Looks like they might decline so I probably won't risk it. Just waiting fro Quidco to sort out my Gala claim.
bitcoin517 m ago

Hope you took the other £300 out and its in your sky rocket now or spent …Hope you took the other £300 out and its in your sky rocket now or spent on a worthy surprise +1A lot of the bypass affiliate ones do tend to sometimes take an age, but then sometimes they hit after 48-72 hours later, worrying about a 2 year old payout, have you tried going direct to the top of the TCB tree to solve it?


I emailed the CEO about 1 year ago and didn't get anywhere, just tried again so we shall see.
the only claim I've had to put through Quidco was for a gambling site (though it was eventually paid).

Note that Gala is a Coral brand and t&c's say "Cashback will not be paid if you have previously registered with this or any other Gala or Coral Brand"

I once registered through Coral (about 10 years ago) so going to try with a different email address, etc. Something to be aware of
m.ad52 m ago

I had a bad experience with two gambling sites in the past that refused to …I had a bad experience with two gambling sites in the past that refused to pay out - i'm pretty sure one of them was GalaEDIT: It was Gala Casino. Probably a completely separate entity, but worth a read:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/topcashback-gala-casino-90-cashback-on-30-wager-2107020?page=28#thread-comments

My gala cash back never came beware
I would avoid this, Quidco is 50/50 if you get paid, any GalaCoral affiliate tracking is 50/50 (at best) if it will track. Gala affiliates have a terrible reputation. Only do it if you are prepared to lose your money and not get cashback. Daub Alderney (spinandwin) aren't exactly well loved either, and beware, they are likely to request KYC from you if you do want to withdraw, Gala might too, but they can do it electronically so as long as you are on electoral roll you probably won't have to send docs in.
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Dan__53 m ago

Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all …Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all quidco offers. If it was TCB then I would've given it a go.


Agreed. Did three transactions (one a £3k holiday and one an expensive TV) and all were declined. I know we shouldn't count it as a given... but quidco seem to have a knack for declining your transaction. And yeah don't say it's the retailer... they're well known for it even a few newspaper articles about them not paying out. If it were TCB I'd have gone for this too... but not for quidco.
tanked6 m ago

the only claim I've had to put through Quidco was for a gambling site …the only claim I've had to put through Quidco was for a gambling site (though it was eventually paid).Note that Gala is a Coral brand and t&c's say "Cashback will not be paid if you have previously registered with this or any other Gala or Coral Brand"I once registered through Coral (about 10 years ago) so going to try with a different email address, etc. Something to be aware of


They are also Ladbrokes and owned by GVC, who are Foxy Bingo and associated sites.
Be careful registering with a different email address, you might get away with it if you don't withdraw but they will detect the other account if you withdraw, during the KYC process. Won't stop them paying any winnings, but might stop the cashback.
Deals like this are irresponsible, not everyone has the discipline to withdraw the money and not risk their own funds.

This is very different to your typical £50 off a washing machine at Currys and shouldn’t be endorsed on the website.
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I agree with all the negative Quidco comments so much so I asked them to close my account about a week ago when a promotion didn't track for the third time in a row. I'm with TCB and had a few hiccups but a claim always sorts it out.
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Mada0610 m ago

Deals like this are irresponsible, not everyone has the discipline to …Deals like this are irresponsible, not everyone has the discipline to withdraw the money and not risk their own funds.This is very different to your typical £50 off a washing machine at Currys and shouldn’t be endorsed on the website.


Or perhaps it should and people should know better ? I completely do not agree. It's like saying don't buy bitcoin or don't buy stocks. If you know what you are doing and you're prepared to take the risk... why not? or should we all hide away in our homes and never take any risks. Not everyone is financially illiterate.
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Agreed. Did three transactions (one a £3k holiday and one an expensive TV) …Agreed. Did three transactions (one a £3k holiday and one an expensive TV) and all were declined. I know we shouldn't count it as a given... but quidco seem to have a knack for declining your transaction. And yeah don't say it's the retailer... they're well known for it even a few newspaper articles about them not paying out. If it were TCB I'd have gone for this too... but not for quidco.


Same experience here.
It won't be log before Quidco closes for good.
deleted15459982nd Mar

Or perhaps it should and people should know better ? I completely do not …Or perhaps it should and people should know better ? I completely do not agree. It's like saying don't buy bitcoin or don't buy stocks. If you know what you are doing and you're prepared to take the risk... why not? or should we all hide away in our homes and never take any risks. Not everyone is financially illiterate.


I wouldn’t expect to see bitcoin or share tips posted on this site as a deal so it renders your point invalid.
I had 8 months of gambling counselling last year after building up large debts. I put a some of this down to Quidco and TopCashback for the way the draw you into these sites. Since 2010 I have earnt over 10000 is cashback from different gambling sites. I understand the terms and conditions of signing up and to clear cookies first. Despite this I have had approximately 3000 declined. I am also still waiting on claims from 2015.
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Mada061 m ago

I wouldn’t expect to see bitcoin or share tips posted on this site as a d …I wouldn’t expect to see bitcoin or share tips posted on this site as a deal so it renders your point invalid.


It's a deal site. Someone posted a deal. You whined like a special snowflake that it's irresponsible. When most people can be adult about their money and understand what risk is... You betrayed your own points with your do-goody post.
deleted15459982nd Mar

It's a deal site. Someone posted a deal. You whined like a special …It's a deal site. Someone posted a deal. You whined like a special snowflake that it's irresponsible. When most people can be adult about their money and understand what risk is... You betrayed your own points with your do-goody post.


Haha the overused snowflake term, good work getting that in there. Very imaginative.

Deals where there is the possibility to lose even more money than you staked aren’t suitable for HDUK. The idea is to save money not risk it on speculation. Quidco is unreliable and can’t be depended on. It also requires a significant amount of discipline to play to a strategy to maximise the returns. The OP hasn’t even mentioned a strategy or what to do once your money is deposited. So do you just gamble your deposit? What’s the point? You are potentially sucked in at that point and many people will chase losses.

For what it’s worth I have a lot of experience with these deals and have made a significant amount of money via casino bonuses. They have their place but not on HDUK. It’s against the spirit of the site.
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Mada061 m ago

Haha the overused snowflake term, good work getting that in there. Very …Haha the overused snowflake term, good work getting that in there. Very imaginative.Deals where there is the possibility to lose even more money than you staked aren’t suitable for HDUK. The idea is to save money not risk it on speculation. Quidco is unreliable and can’t be depended on. It also requires a significant amount of discipline to play to a strategy to maximise the returns. The OP hasn’t even mentioned a strategy or what to do once your money is deposited. So do you just gamble your deposit? What’s the point? You are potentially sucked in at that point and many people will chase losses.For what it’s worth I have a lot of experience with these deals and have made a significant amount of money via casino bonuses. They have their place but not on HDUK. It’s against the spirit of the site.


Are you the HUKD moderator team now? I think if it's unsuitable... they will let us know. We don't need you deciding for us. Its free money if you're not an idiot. If you can't handle it, don't do it. Don't try to ban it for everyone. Did you ever consider that perhaps people don't share your opinion? That we don't really want you deciding for us what's suitable on HUKD or not... i think they have their own people for that...
deleted15459982nd Mar

Are you the HUKD moderator team now? I think if it's unsuitable... they …Are you the HUKD moderator team now? I think if it's unsuitable... they will let us know. We don't need you deciding for us. Its free money if you're not an idiot. If you can't handle it, don't do it. Don't try to ban it for everyone. Did you ever consider that perhaps people don't share your opinion? That we don't really want you deciding for us what's suitable on HUKD or not... i think they have their own people for that...


I haven’t decided, I put forward my opinion as did you. For what it’s worth I don’t agree with you but I’m having a respectful discussion with you.I have no authority to ban the thread nor did I claim I did What a bizarre reply!
Just went through Quidco and lost £10 on Gala.
Will update with my Quidco.
Edited by: "craigl" 2nd Mar
Mada0635 m ago

Haha the overused snowflake term, good work getting that in there. Very …Haha the overused snowflake term, good work getting that in there. Very imaginative.Deals where there is the possibility to lose even more money than you staked aren’t suitable for HDUK. The idea is to save money not risk it on speculation. Quidco is unreliable and can’t be depended on. It also requires a significant amount of discipline to play to a strategy to maximise the returns. The OP hasn’t even mentioned a strategy or what to do once your money is deposited. So do you just gamble your deposit? What’s the point? You are potentially sucked in at that point and many people will chase losses.For what it’s worth I have a lot of experience with these deals and have made a significant amount of money via casino bonuses. They have their place but not on HDUK. It’s against the spirit of the site.


They did suggest a simple red/black choice on roulette, but please, Oh Wise One, tell us all a strategy to maximise our return on one of these gambling sites, you know, the ones with the odds stacked against you....make us all rich please...
swoosh0077 m ago

They did suggest a simple red/black choice on roulette, but please, Oh …They did suggest a simple red/black choice on roulette, but please, Oh Wise One, tell us all a strategy to maximise our return on one of these gambling sites, you know, the ones with the odds stacked against you....make us all rich please...


I would suggest the optimal blackjack strategy to minimise the house advantage and cash out as much of the deposit as possible to profit from the cash back.

Please don’t underestimate my knowledge and experience on this subject because I don’t agree with it being posted here. As I said previously, I have made a significant amount of money from casino bonuses which simply wouldn’t be possible anymore
just to many cashback claims are rejected for me to take the risk, hardly anything ever tracks with TCB and the reject a lot too
Mada062 h, 38 m ago

Deals like this are irresponsible, not everyone has the discipline to …Deals like this are irresponsible, not everyone has the discipline to withdraw the money and not risk their own funds.This is very different to your typical £50 off a washing machine at Currys and shouldn’t be endorsed on the website.



People who dont have the discipline to stop gambling if they can't afford it, to take this argument to it's ultimate conclusion, should not be allowed on the internet. It would be irresponsible.

Which is ridiculous. Where do you draw the line?

Take responsibility for your own actions.

Thanks op. Gonna give this a go ☺
Edited by: "paulday564" 2nd Mar
Strange how this gets heat but the guaranteed profit free bet/no risk posts from bookies go cold.
Dan__2 h, 36 m ago

Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all …Since its quidco then its bound to get declined, Ive given up on all quidco offers. If it was TCB then I would've given it a go.


TCB will match it
Thanks won 25 quid
paulday56425 m ago

People who dont have the disciple to stop gambling if they can't afford …People who dont have the disciple to stop gambling if they can't afford it, to take this argument to it's ultimate conclusion, should not be allowed on the internet. It would be irresponsible.Which is ridiculous. Where do you draw the line?Take responsibility for your own actions.Thanks op. Gonna give this a go ☺


No need to be more complicated on gambling strategy than just the easiest possible one to understand, ie red/ black on roulette. You basically start with the lowest possible bet on red or black. If you win, you choose either red or black and start again with the lowest bet open to you.

If you lose this first bet, you double up on the same colour. If you win the second bet, you go back to any colour, betting with the lowest bet open to you. If you lose the second bet, you double up again for your third bet. Etc etc. Doubling up until you win. Then go back to lowest bet open to you.

Very easy to understand.

You'll lose (guaranteed!) over time - because of several things, such as the green pit when bank takes all and because you won't have infinite funds to carry on doubling up until you finally win & earn all your money back. You MUST stop @ £10 no matter what, remember?

And from memory, the most a casino roulette colour in real life has been recorded coming up as always the same red or black is about 17 times!

But in reality, you should have enough funds with £10 to bet enough times to win back losses and pretty much get close to getting your money back overall or even coming out on top.

Over time - ie you do several of these cashback gambles for £10 stake each time - you would normally nearly always get close to getting your stake money back overall. Important to see it as an aggregation of results, so losing all £10 here wouldn't be a calamity, just within normal expectations. But that sequence would be say: 50p LOSE, £1 LOSE, £2 LOSE, £4 LOSE, £2.50 LOSE, you leave the casino with £10 loss and it was 5 blacks/ greens in a row when you were betting red etc.

And of course, your attitude must be to take losing the £10 stake on the chin because you're really there to bank the cashback. Which in my experience tracks & gets paid extremely reliably, especially from DAUB!

There are lots of better strategies but this one is easy to understand. Another good reasonably easy one is to open 2 new a/cs at the same time (to get cashback x2) then gamble on equal and opposite results at the same time, eg both sides in a football or tennis match, you'll need to research the odds but it basically means you always get your stake money back.
Minimum deposit for spin and win is £20, just make sure you take £10 back out once you gambled your other £10.

I lost but still £24 cashpack.
Did gala before and got my £80 (offer at the time a few months back) paid last week whoop.

Also make sure you decline sign up bonus or your cashpack will get declined
Edited by: "EdinburghShop85" 2nd Mar
Tried both these but had to put £20 into Spin and Win. Lost the £10 on Gala but won £30 on Spin and Win using the double up method explained above. Have cashed out so should be even when I get paid. Hopefully both will track otherwise a waste of time. Fingers crossed
Further to my previous comment, just heard back from Spin and Win, they said the Quidco cashback is not an active promotion that they are aware of therefore cashback will not be paid.
Wagered over a tenner on Gala but ended up a fiver down. Decided to cut my losses, withdrew the remaining fiver and will wait for the cashback. Worst case scenario is i don't get the cashback, I've only lost a fiver but had half an hours worth of entertainment. Thanks Dennis_The_Menace!
Edited by: "paulday564" 2nd Mar
Thanks for Post OP. I've given Gala bingo a go as the risk reward make sit a snap call for me. I agree with the ' take responsibility' crowd. Where do you draw the line? Next we'll have people complaining about Alcohol based deals.

As deal is a deal. The spirit of this site was to inform people of opportunities in the market e.g price glitches, sales, bonuses in the customers favor etc.
Edited by: "B_Marvel" 2nd Mar
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