Blagging SkyBet, Paddys and Boyles
This one is a little strange....
Basically some fellas on one of the Sheffield Wednesday Fans Forums (Owlstalk) have been emailing or using Live Chat attempting to blag free bets from all the major UK high street books. They dont seem to be bonus baggers generally.
In a nutshell, all of them have recieved free bets from Paddy (£10), Boyles (£20) and SkyBet (£10) by complaining about the lack of special offers compared to 365 and WH and feeling used compared to new customers.
Getting told to bugger off by WH and Ladbrokes, Blue Square though.....
I guess its a good way of getting your account bust, but still you've got to admire their cheek!!
Shame they are blowing the freebies on daft doubles.....
Yeah there is a huge difference. The other day I looked at my Will Hill bonus history and there has to be like £700+ in free bets there, and I haven't done anywhere near all of them I think. With 365 it is more hit and miss and it depends on how l ong you can keep your account active, but you should be able to get a grand or three in freebies using the 4/1 offer.
Maybe try sending an e-mail to "The bonus king"... you know, that guy who if we are lucky gives us a £10 mobile freebie every year.
Once upon a time I used to semi-regularly get a $100 Party or Empire reload by emailing them & innocently asking if they had any current promotions since I would like to play there again....
(these were poker reloads but they were so easy to clear - literally an hour or two of play at any stakes - that they may as well have been an account credit)
The last time or two I tried it I was politely told no dice however, & I haven't tried it at all for a fair while now. Nevertheless, it is a small piece of evidence that there may be some limited mileage in chancing your arm asking gaming sites for a freebie.
tried it a few times for me..
hadnt had anything of bodog in ages so just inquired and they offered me a nice £100 reload.
Just emailed them and asked nicely for a reload. got a reply giving me 20% which was nice of them.