Hi fifigrace welcome to the forum
Generally, no you shouldn't have to enter any additional codes once you've clicked through the affiliate link, but if you want to make sure it tracks correctly you might want to clear your cookies before clicking on any links (I use a different web browser to my normal one so it's less hassle clearing the cookies each time I want to sign up through TGT etc).
Originally Posted by Fifigrace
Importantly though, some sites DO require you to enter a code manually (the only one I can think of right now is Partybets where you enter the code 'NORWICH')... just be careful to read the information on the reviews page on TGT before you click the link - also if you're in doubt or even just want to get confirmation that the offer is still valid through TGT you can always post on the forum - please try and find a post that already exists on the site you're thinking of joining though please or just ask on this thread (thanks for finding this thread by the way!).
I haven't explored TGT site much yet so I haven't seen the reviews page. Will give it a read before lights out!
No problem, here are some key links for you:
Important info on using the forum:
Please Read - The Gamblers Underground
Here's the reviews pages for the bookmaker's TGT is affiliated with (ie that you can claim fivers for):
The Gambling Times - Online Bookmaker Reviews - Viewing all bookmakers
I'm working my way through the Coral Live Casino bonus and I'm up about £75 so was hoping to duck out of it here... am I right in thinking that I won't be able to take part in any of Coral or Eurobets casino promos until the end of the month - when this bonus expires - if I leave the wagering part done? Trying to weigh up the risk vs reward and if this is the case then I suppose if anything juicy comes up, I could always finish off the wagering....?
it looks like you have to wait 30 days for your current bonus to expire as you can only do 1 bonus at a time.
Originally Posted by AddictedMoneysaver
You will then need to meet the stated wager requirement on the stated selected games within 30 days of depositing in order to release the bonus. Any pending bonuses cease to be valid if the wager requirement is not achieved by this time;
Only one bonus (of any type) is valid at any given time. Therefore any user who still has a pending bonus, or is still working towards qualification of another bonus plan will have to complete the required play for that plan before they can qualify for the new one. This includes any monthly offers and those listed on our partner sites including Gala bingo - Play online bingo with the #1 bingo operator in the UK, Gala Casinos â€“ Online games, casino, and poker - Take the thrills home and www.eurobet.com;
very nice being £75 up btw, what were you playing?
I only noticed now you are talking about the Live Casino, I posted the terms of the regular casino.
Anway, I believe you are correct and will have to wait until the start of March when your current bonus will expire.
The only condition of Coral and Eurobet is that you can't use Corals bonuses at Eurobet and vice versa.
I did three coral bonuses in the space of 2 and a half days.
First, I did the coral risk free stategy for Roulette. For a £10 profit
Then immediately moved onto Coral Live Blackjack for a £24.50 loss
But then moved onto the standard casino monthly blackjack offer for a massive £120 profit
So about £107 profit from Coral for 3 days work.
Potentially more if I had done the slots bonus, but as EV can't be determined, I never.
Looked for a few arbs, none to be had so moved on with my dosh
Then next month I'll be doing the same.
Half Stakes back on Even Best when Zero Lands
I'm fairly new to this so apologies if this is a simple question. I've noticed that Coral Roulette gives half stakes back on even bets when zero lands. If I have calculated this correctly it reduces the house margin fairly considerably. I have checked other roulettes (Ladbrokes, William Hill, VC, Paddy's etc) and they don't pay anything back on even bets when zero lands.
Anyone know of any other sites that offer this? Is it worth exploiting with bonuses?
Sorry no idea about the question of whether other casinos offer that but certainly does lower the HA. There might be some info on Wizard of Odds: The last word on gambling strategy on it perhaps.
Welcome to the forum as well, hope you enjoy your stay
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