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    Free Bonus Betting Sites?

    I've noticed that most casino sites offer you a free bonus, but they say you have to wager it 40 times over?
    What exactly does that mean, if you get a free £30 bonus?
    Jack

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    For example, get a free £5 bet you have to roll it over 6 times.

    Meaning you cannot withdraw until you have reached £30

    Original Poster

    So, in theory I can only withdraw that bonus once I reach £1200?

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    spikeyjacko

    So, in theory I can only withdraw that bonus once I reach £1200?



    Yes correct

    Banned

    Or it Can mean once you have wagered atleast that. It doesn't have to be your balance

    wagered

    Original Poster

    Ridiculous!

    Banned

    Say you have that £30 and you reach £500. You could double up on red or black. IF it comes in your at £1000. Do Nother 500 bet and you lose taking you back to 500. You could then withdraw that 500 as you have reached the wagered mark of 1200

    Original Poster

    True

    Banned

    I highly recommend signing up with 888sport if you haven't. Deposit and place a £20 bet and if it loses they refund your £20. It is that simple. No catch. Both winnings and returned £20 are instantly withdrawable. You cannot lose.

    For a £30 bonus that needs to be wagered 40 times, you need to turnover £1200 before you can withdraw any of it.
    For example, if you choose blackjack and bet £10 per hand, you would have to bet 120 hands before you can withdraw funds. Hopefully you will win a proportion of those hands which keeps you going.
    The bonus terms and conditions will specify if any of the casino games are excluded from the turnover calculation. Read these carefully.
    I play Video Poker online which is often an excluded game as it's house advantage is very low.

    Original Poster

    I assumed it would work like that yeah, Well I deposited £10, and this with my free bonus gave me £10 + £40 , so I wagered my £10 for a little bit and managed to get it up to £20, so withdrew that £20, and then eventually I was down to £0
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