Reloads and how to get them
Not sure if this is the part of the forum to ask - I am sure it will be moved if not. I have done most of the main bookies. I rarely get reload offers, most of you on here seem to though. Is it because you continue to gamble at those bookmakers so that you maintain an active account ? Sorry if this sounds like a stupid question! but I am not really into that very much. I dont like losing !
Think the main thing is to have as many accounts as you can so that you're at least in the frame to receive reloads, and make sure you're opted in to receive special offers/promos etc at all of them.
Quite often the only time people will bet at a bookie is when they get a reload, so doing other bets at a book in order to hopefully receive reload offers hasn't necessarily got anything to do with it, and would never be worth it unless it was for an existing offer or an arb.
I know it can be frustrating when you see others have received reloads that you haven't, we've all been in that boat, but they will come along....occasionally!
One example is 188Bet emailed an offer this week, have you an account there? I'd have missed it if it weren't for the guys on chat. Sometimes places may only offer a reload once a year if that but if you have 50-100 accounts you should have a good few come your way.
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Thanks for your advice - I do have an account at 188bet, I am going to go through them all and make sure I have ticked the offers in all of them. I do get them from ladbrokes, coral, youwin and bwin occasionally. I just thought everyone did arbs or the occasionaly mug bet to make sure their account is active. I dont have a very big float, so I dont think spending time looking for arbs is time well spent....unless you know different.
Thanks again for your help
I came across a similar thread not long ago whilst looking for threads to do with dormant accounts / inactivity fees:
Originally Posted by noahsnana
Dormant books and the absense of promo emails after timeout. How to restart?
... meh that took quite a while to find actually... hope it helps.
I don't think there's an easy answer though to your question, sometimes I could swear that by withdrawing my full balance from a bookmaker that that triggers the sending out of new promotional emails from them... but there's no obvious trigger really and you can never say for sure what triggers the sending out of promo emails.
One thing you could make sure of is that you have 'receive promo emails' 'ticked' on the bookmaker accounts you have so that you will definitely be on their list when they do send the emails out. But of course that doesn't guarantee / trigger you getting the 'good' emails.... that is probably mostly down to how much you spend with them (read that as "how much you lose with them"!)... the more money you lose, the more likely you will be to get promo emails as a general rule (think about casinos where they feed and water you so you'll be more inclined/tempted to gamble/lose more at the tables).
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I dont think there is one set rule for it, because each bookmaker is a different Company and just because Coral one day decide to send reload bonuses to everyone with £0 in the account does not mean that the same afternoon Ladbrokes wont send out an offer to everyone who has deposited and lost already that month. Just as an example there, they are all different and even the individual companies policy will change over time. The only thing you can do is...
A) Be registered to them all, or as many as possible.
B) Register to recieve marketing material from them all, so you do actually get the Emails.
It is possible regular betting can help but it is just as possible that it wont. I think it probably does and "cover play" a lot, but that is just my opinion I could not back it up with factual evidence it is just a hunch that it does, and I dont mind losing now and then so no harm done.
Have a plan and stick to it
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