comeon sign up offer

  • Just signed up with comeon . Would like to know the number of rollovers required for their welcome bonus as i couldnt locate it on their website.

  • Tony 8

    Lifted from their general T&Cs:

    2.38 All bonuses, promotions and special offers have a wagering requirement. Unless specified in the terms and conditions of the relevant bonus/promotion information page then the minimum wagering requirement shall be to wager one time the deposited amount on the relevant bonus product before a withdrawal can be made. In case of any discrepancies’ between this clause and the bonus/promotion terms and conditions then the bonus/promotion terms and conditions shall prevail.

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    Tony 8

    Full page, in case you want to read it yourself mate…

    https://www.comeon.com/terms/

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    Lightbet 0

    Under promotions terms and conditions it stipulates deposit bonuses must be wagered x 6 in sportsbook at odds of 1.5 + and for refunds and rewards x 3 in Sportsbook at odds of 1.75 +

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    drey 0

    Thanks mate.

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    jamiea
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    When I did it had to be rolled over on multiples of at least 2 events and odds of at least 2. Was a nightmare and only ended up about a tenner up in the end

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    Pickle 56

    Prob best to try and lose it into Smarkets. I just put my remaining balance i had in my 10bet account on Liverpool so job done 😉

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    Pavlo 0

    How do you tackle this offers when can’t separate deposit from bonus funds?

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    Pavlon 3

    Pavlo (name thief!) – In such cases I hope to lose it all to the exchange, though recently I made around £1,200 from a £10 sign up deposit with NetBet. The rollover requirement was met pretty swiftly after the first one at long odds came in.

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    DarkKnight 0

    Pretty new to this so just wanted to check, you mentioned losing the sign up offers where a rollover is required, into the exchange account. Is this as easy as it seems? for instance bet365 £200 bonus could i simply place that at long odds in the hope of losing it into my smarkets account rather than rolling it over?

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    RyanB 10

    Yes DarkKnight you can do that, however, there is a big risk in doing this. If you do it and say 6/1 £200? if it loses you’ve got over £1000+ of your own money out your exchange and stuck in the Bet365 as bonus money…and depending on your float this could cause alot of issues.

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    RyanB 10

    Mean’t if it wins sorry*

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    Pavlo 0

    I’m just not sure how do the calculations, because half of funds is bonus money

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    Ice Magic 2

    Pavlo it’s easy. Just treat the bonus as profit. Then you treat the total as your own cash. The trick is to lose it all without losing too much profit on your qualifying bets.

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