Make over £600 in cashback from online casino cashback

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Found 28th Nov 2015
This may sound like a "too good to be true post" but I'm a long time HUKD member here looking to give something back.

A few weeks ago I made a fair bit of money through cashback from casino websites online, so I thought I'd write a guide on how to do it.

It's fairly simple concept, sites like Topcashback and Quidco offer cashback meaning you can bet up to £100 on each site risk-free as the cashback bonus would cover the deposit / wager requirements.

Overall I made well over £600 in cashback and more in winnings from the casino, so thought I'd share this guide so you can too. The site will be updated monthly with the latest cashback deals:

casinocashbackguide.com/
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Will maybe try this out. Thanks. I've never had a cash back account - can they change their mind and not give you the money?
know what you mean. I take advantage of the free no deposit sites. so far I have won various amounts. you just have to turn over the bonus money enough times to turn into cash. a bit of luck and patience required though!
Yeah. Provided you break even and all the cash back sites payout which they don't a lot of the time. Not to mention waiting months for the payout.
Mikey123

Will maybe try this out. Thanks. I've never had a cash back account - can … Will maybe try this out. Thanks. I've never had a cash back account - can they change their mind and not give you the money?


You're welcome! All the sites I used seemed to work well and had few problems with cashback or withdrawing. I think two of them didn't track initially but I put a claim through topcashback and within a few weeks it was in my account. Good luck!
KM4353

Yeah. Provided you break even and all the cash back sites payout which … Yeah. Provided you break even and all the cash back sites payout which they don't a lot of the time. Not to mention waiting months for the payout.


I've never really had much of a problem with the payout, but agree it's frustrating that it can take a few months to get the cashback. Fortunately the casino sites withdrawal is pretty quick so if you breakeven you should only be negative cashflow for a few days at most.
ctrljay

know what you mean. I take advantage of the free no deposit sites. so far … know what you mean. I take advantage of the free no deposit sites. so far I have won various amounts. you just have to turn over the bonus money enough times to turn into cash. a bit of luck and patience required though!



Fortunately if it's through the cashback sites they only require you to deposit and wager the minimum amount so it doesn't really take that long on each site. For example, if the minimum deposit / wager was £50, I'd just put £1 on a single number until I bet the £50. Odds are the number will come up at least once in the 50 spins, but sometimes it would come up twice or three times meaning I'd cashout and profit from the casino. There are probably more efficient ways but that was my strategy!
Looks good in principal however, most of the examples you quote on your page offer a very small stake to cashback ratio. For example:

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At Betfair VIP you have to wager £100 to earn £105 cashback. All well and good if the cashback is guaranteed, but it isn't, which makes it a rather expensive gamble if it doesn't go to plan.
Mikey123

I've never had a cash back account - can they change their mind and not … I've never had a cash back account - can they change their mind and not give you the money?



Yes, and they often do.
deeky

Looks good in principal however, most of the examples you quote on your … Looks good in principal however, most of the examples you quote on your page offer a very small stake to cashback ratio. For example:At Betfair VIP you have to wager £100 to earn £105 cashback. All well and good if the cashback is guaranteed, but it isn't, which makes it a rather expensive gamble if it doesn't go to plan.



As long as you roughly breakeven over the 11 sites you'll make a lot of money. Even if you lose a bit from the casinos or one of the casinos don't pay up, there is still ~£600 wiggle room. Some of my friends have made over £1000 from the same sites, and some have made only around £300. It just comes down to luck but at least there is a large buffer even if you do get bad luck!
so you have to outlay 50 if you lose on each site so you have to put in 100s which you will have to wait how long to be returned
Sounds good in theory but I can't be arsed!
Don't forget the time it takes to do this. Good on you OP if it works for you though
LetoKynes

Don't forget the time it takes to do this. Good on you OP if it works for … Don't forget the time it takes to do this. Good on you OP if it works for you though


You could probably do all 11 sites in an afternoon. £600 for a few hours isn't a bad rate!
Thanks very much for.I'll give this a try
glennbuchan

As long as you roughly breakeven over the 11 sites you'll make a lot of … As long as you roughly breakeven over the 11 sites you'll make a lot of money. Even if you lose a bit from the casinos or one of the casinos don't pay up, there is still ~£600 wiggle room. Some of my friends have made over £1000 from the same sites, and some have made only around £300. It just comes down to luck but at least there is a large buffer even if you do get bad luck!



Also as long as you have a time machine to go back 20 or 30 years or so when £600 was a lot of money
STILL WAITING FOR £100! 2 YEARS ON!
javea

Thanks very much for.I'll give this a try


Your welcome! Good luck!
one_way

Also as long as you have a time machine to go back 20 or 30 years or so … Also as long as you have a time machine to go back 20 or 30 years or so when £600 was a lot of money


Sorry, I should have said relatively a lot of money for the effort required. Certainly the easiest £600 I've made. But you're right, it is obviously limited to those 20 or so casino / gambling sites listed on the TCB/Quidco.
glennbuchan

Sorry, I should have said relatively a lot of money for the effort … Sorry, I should have said relatively a lot of money for the effort required. Certainly the easiest £600 I've made. But you're right, it is obviously limited to those 20 or so casino / gambling sites listed on the TCB/Quidco.




Obviousy you've never dressed in hotpants, tank top and pimped yourself during gay pride
Should I opt for the bonus deposit 'doubling' that all of these gambling sites offer or is that some sort of trap that doesn't allow you to withdraw your funds?
one_way

Obviousy you've never dressed in hotpants, tank top and pimped yourself … Obviousy you've never dressed in hotpants, tank top and pimped yourself during gay pride



That is very true, I haven't tried that.
Stalast

Should I opt for the bonus deposit 'doubling' that all of these gambling … Should I opt for the bonus deposit 'doubling' that all of these gambling sites offer or is that some sort of trap that doesn't allow you to withdraw your funds?



I'd recommend not taking the bonus mainly because of this (taken from the website's FAQ's):

Casino sites often offer additional “welcome bonuses” to new members which seem to be very generous. You should always check the cashback terms and conditions, but my advice is to generally decline any cashback bonuses. This is because the cashback bonus is often not applicable with any other offer. As such, you run the risk of forfeiting your cashback bonus in favor of an inferior sign up bonus (often these bonuses have 20x or more wagering requirements).
glennbuchan

I'd recommend not taking the bonus mainly because of this (taken from the … I'd recommend not taking the bonus mainly because of this (taken from the website's FAQ's):Casino sites often offer additional “welcome bonuses” to new members which seem to be very generous. You should always check the cashback terms and conditions, but my advice is to generally decline any cashback bonuses. This is because the cashback bonus is often not applicable with any other offer. As such, you run the risk of forfeiting your cashback bonus in favor of an inferior sign up bonus (often these bonuses have 20x or more wagering requirements).



All right, thanks.
Turning over £100 on slots, for instance, is easily done without too much loss, if you spin at 0.20p, you'll probably end up at worse -£20 from the £100 starting, they're designed to pay out 93% or so.

It's more than possibly to release high 3 low 4 figure bonuses at low spins, but my god will it take you some time.

Played Casumo last weekend, Deposit £30, £50 bonus, £80 starting.

I think I spent a good 8 hours on slots, however, I did unlock the full bonus, and withdraw £297 at the end.

You will get some big wins the longer you play, they're almost designed to let you win at the start and then draw it back over time.

It's not all doom and gloom, but it's very time consuming.
Edited by: "jasonodell" 30th Nov 2015
Signed up to Betfair Bingo last night and won £324!!

Well it was about £450 but had to play through £120 bonus before I could withdraw.

Still got £20 Quidco to receive on top of that too - happy days!!
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Gonna get this in before someone else does X)

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Towelie

Signed up to Betfair Bingo last night and won £324!! :)Well it was about … Signed up to Betfair Bingo last night and won £324!! :)Well it was about £450 but had to play through £120 bonus before I could withdraw.Still got £20 Quidco to receive on top of that too - happy days!!


Good effort! Congrats
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