Sign Up Offers – Your Recommendations?

  • Having taken around £240 profit from B365’s offer (a year after opening my account), I’m on the prowl for some other solid offers where there’s £100+ to be made. Problem is, a lot of these minority firms look a little sketchy so aside from the major UK firms, which others should I definitely be looking at?

    Just checked out TonyBet and Winner and thinking of doing those next?

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    Dbb 3

    be careful with Winner, there is a thread on here about them, read the T&c’s carefully, the rollover requirement on the bonus funds is pretty harsh

    I did it about a month ago, I was making £50 bets at odds of around 7 to try lose it all into the exchange, had 1 win and it put me back where I started, got lucky and got it down to £50 left again and just cut my losses as I was in profit from there, blew the rest on casino.

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    Adam 0

    The t&c’s of the winner sign up offer state that half of the rollover requirement must be placed on multiples, so if your money didn’t go straight into Smarkets then that would be a problem. Having said that, I remember someone saying that they’d managed to play through the entire rollover requirement by placing just single bets, although I personally wouldn’t risk it.

    I did the TonyBet sign up offer last week, and my money went into TonyBet meaning that I had to stake £1200 before I could withdraw anything. My account then got disabled because I hadn’t uploaded any ID documents, which is apparently a requirement for Estonian gaming authorities, so I had to ring their call centre in Lithuania to find out where to send my them. I still have ~£300 in the account which I still can’t log in to.

    Not really worth the £70 I made from it in my opinion.

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    Starlord 0

    I’m also trying to decide which new bookie to sign up with. There’s tons with offers but the rollover requirements are silly. 50% matched deposit with a 6X WR (deposit + bonus), so effectively an 18X rollover. Fine if you lose at the bookie straight away, I suppose, or you found one that offered good odds.

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    abbasinho 0

    I’ll back up what’s been said about Winner. Too many hoops to jump through.

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    DashBet 0

    Thanks for the info guys, I think I’ll leave both for now and just check with my original accounts whether there are any sign-up bonuses I have missed back when I was a mug 🙂
    Got a nice surprise with B365 so I’ll hope for some more!

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    mbPete 0

    DashBet when you say you’re gonna check there are any sign up bonuses you’ve missed, will bookies give you the sign up offers if you didn’t take them as soon as you created the account? Could be some money for me to make if so!!

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    LennieB 0

    When I started matched betting I found that when registering with some bookies that my email address was already in use, despite me not remembering ever using the site before.

    Some I had from when I used to play poker more regularly online, others I had used a few years ago to make a bet. Every one of them allowed me to have the signup bonus when I spoke to someone on live chat.

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    Chris 18

    I will once again defend the Winner offer, its a good one. Just choose long odds to bet on, £50 single bets at a time and lose it all to the exchange. I made £185 profit from it, took me four days but its £185 for free.

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    Starlord 0

    You do realise that longshots win now and again, right? Too high risk for my liking to just pick an outsider and hope for the best.

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    Chris 18

    Of course Starlord and it actually happened to me when playing through this offer. I bet £50 on a draw in Bournemouth vs Everton at half time when Everton were 2-0 up and it finished 3-3. It meant I had to spend an extra day or two getting through what was now bigger balance (£800) but I still maintain that it just requires patience. Up to the invidividual if they think its worth the big profit or not. I certainly did and to be fair, Winner have sent a few free bets my way since then too.

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