£30 cash back for a £20 stake on SuperCasino on Quidco

Found this on Quidco.... I have looked for the catch and there doesnt seem to be any... so happy gambling!! You can't lose (I am still fairly new to this... please be nice )

Exciting things are happening at NetplayTV. Liveroulette has recently been rebranded to SuperCasino. SuperCasino launched on 1st October 2008 and is the new home of Live Roulette, Live Blackjack and the other games brought to you by the same Live Roulette team. Live Roulette, the flagship product will stay at the core of the web site. As SuperCasino continue to expand their range of games beyond roulette to be a full casino, it will be a natural home to all new games as well as the current favourites.

For genuine tracked transactions completed wholly online, you can earn:

£30 for a game sign up ( depositing and waging of minimum of £20 required )

Please read the following before proceeding:

A player has to deposit and wage a minimum of £20 through at least once in order to claim the cashback. Please note that if you withdraw the deposit without wagering it, the cashback will be declined.

Any stakes played on non-losing wagers (such as betting on both red and black simultaneously in the same spin on Live Roulette) will not count towards the qualification criteria of £20 wagered.

Players who create accounts deposit money and withdraw it straight away or never play the money through will not be qualified for the cashback.
The cashback is only paid out for a new sign up.

13 Comments

Its a hot tip although I wouldn't call it no loose.

Since you have to have an actual punt with your deposit (i.e you cant back red and black on roulette) the guaranteed profit depends wholly on the cashback.

Casinos are notorious for cashback issues (though, to be fair, those on Quidco have a better governance), and therewithin is your risk.

FWIW, if you do want 10 quid profit with no outlay find the Time Magazine free trial offer on Quidco.

Original Poster

Cheers! I will look for the Times Mag deal

RealDealSeeker;5867766

Its a hot tip although I wouldn't call it no loose.Since you have to have … Its a hot tip although I wouldn't call it no loose.Since you have to have an actual punt with your deposit (i.e you cant back red and black on roulette) the guaranteed profit depends wholly on the cashback.Casinos are notorious for cashback issues (though, to be fair, those on Quidco have a better governance), and therewithin is your risk.FWIW, if you do want 10 quid profit with no outlay find the Time Magazine free trial offer on Quidco.



Thanks for that, an easy £10!!

Repped

Jed Maxwell;5868090

Thanks for that, an easy £10!!Repped



+1 on that. Also repped RDS :thumbsup:
Didn't even need to give credit card details.

Original Poster

I couldnt find the Times Mag deal... anyone have a link?

Also... where has this thread actually gone? Its not in freebies any more, i have to get to it thru my activities... Is it wrong in some way?

quidco.com/tim…ine

Its been moved to misc because its a quidco tip which isn't regarded a freebie

anyone know the play through amount to get this? is it 20 pounds?

Nadgers;5868604

I couldnt find the Times Mag deal... anyone have a link?Also... where has … I couldnt find the Times Mag deal... anyone have a link?Also... where has this thread actually gone? Its not in freebies any more, i have to get to it thru my activities... Is it wrong in some way?



Its not TimeS magazine, it's Time Magazine :thumbsup:

Original Poster

Ah thankyou for the explanation, and for the link

Babbabooey;5868138

+1 on that. Also repped RDS :thumbsup:Didn't even need to give credit … +1 on that. Also repped RDS :thumbsup:Didn't even need to give credit card details.



How'd you get away with that? I can't get past the card details page?

Also if you do input your card details to get this offer, you can't just cancel the direct debit....I've been done by this type before.

Joss;5872785

How'd you get away with that? I can't get past the card details page?Also … How'd you get away with that? I can't get past the card details page?Also if you do input your card details to get this offer, you can't just cancel the direct debit....I've been done by this type before.



They didn't "get away" with anything? You don't need to put in any payment deails for the free trial.

Just tick the top offer and then send order on the next page. Easy peasy. :thumbsup:

Ta.

It didn't work the first couple of times...must have used the down button to scroll down and changed the offer!

Wagered £20, bet £20 on black, won it, bet again with small amount, now have £50 in the account. Going to pull it out when the code arrives in the post. So £30 up and possible £30 through quidco. Cheers.
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