You must wager a total amount of £180 (£30x1 + £30x5) before you can withdraw. If you try to withdraw sooner then they will take back the £30. They may also take back the winnings from it, im not sure, its best to check if you are considering withdrawing early. I would not withdraw early though it is not worth it.
When it says you must wager £30x5 before you can withdraw can you just do one bet of £150 or do you have to do 5 bets of £30?
Thanks in advance!
I know people who have completed this bonus recently, and you do not have to wager £180, but wager the bonus on 5 different events ie: make 5 bets of £30 or more, you cannot simply just make one large bet to clear the wr anymore :-(
Wonder if anyone can help?
I am changing my ISP at the weekend so will be getting a new email address.
Anyone know of a quick way of notifying all my accounts or is it just a matter of ploughing through all of them one at a time and changing them?
I think you'll have to log into each account you hold and change your registered email address within the personal info sections they have.
Originally Posted by bristolcity
If you'll be swapping it for one new address then I would create a Hotmail, Googlemail or Yahoo mail address and register that as your new address so you won't have to do this again in the future should you change ISP again.
hi tried joining and depositing at extrabet but i couldnt use moneybookers even though this site says you can use them
Hello, thanks for pointing this out. I have corrected our review to remove Moneybookers as an option. Some of the reviews have been updated lately and even those which haven't may still be correct in terms of banking information and so on but as bookmakers add and remove options from time to time, it's always best to look on the company's website to double check. This is especially true if you only wish to use one particular method like Moneybookers.
Originally Posted by icooney
Have been doing this for just over a week but im stuck and could do with a little bit of help please.
In the bookmakers that instantly matches your stake i.e unibet. How much do i class as the lay stake. Is it £20 or £40 im just a little bit confused
For bookmakers that instantly add their stake returned bonus cash to yours then, as a general guide, your lay will take into account all of the back stake - in this instance a £40 bet (£20 deposit + £20 bonus cash) @ 1.4 or above will mean your lay will take all £40 into account.
If the bet wins, you just have to continue betting until you complete whatever the rollover/wager requirement is - £120 total bets @ 1.4 or above in this instance.
Because we now have a specific bonus section for Premium members (it includes a Unibet thread) then we don't really go into specific details like this in the more open forum anymore but as a one-off...
Good luck on your journey!
hi i am currently in bwin but am confused by earlier posts can i withdraw after 180 in one bet or do i have to make 5 30pound bets??
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