munk, I've rung customer services and you get the enhanced bonus as long as the wr is met within 12 months of signing up. So the new account has a very generous 12 months to meet the wr not just the week that the promotion runs. As long as the account is opened before midnight 8th March everything will be fine.
All new customers have 12 months from date of joining to match £50 on Betfair Exchange in order to receive a £50 bounty bonus. Should the new customer match £150 or more during their first 12 months the referrer will receive a £40 bonus reward.
Also, anyone thinking of signing up family members be careful. I previously tried to sign up my sister in law and was refused the RAF bonus as she was considered to be a family member. They are not partner or family friendly as far as I know (make sure you check it with them first).
I see, yes actually rereading what I pasted above they're just referring to the fact that the process of registering must be completed within the bonus timeframe, not the actual placement of bets etc.
Originally Posted by madmick50
I clarified the process of registering and as long as an account is opened that is sufficient (money does not need to be deposited at the same time of opening the account). May be of interest to people who are a bit cash strapped this week.
Betfair £150 RAF
Hello - not sure how relevant this is as everyone on here will most likely already have a betfair account!! But:
Betfair have an good casino RAF: (EDITED)
Referrer earns £100 (no strings attached)
Referred earns £100 (no strings attached - this comes in the form of £50 normal casino bonus and £50 referrer bonus)
You need to play 3cp and wager about £2k I think (this is relatively low variance) - check the t&c's though
Once you have completed this you can crack on with the match betting and you'll have a nice little float to start with.
I'm happy to give £75 of the referrer bonus so odds are that after you include my referrer bonus you will finish between £125 from your £50 deposit, you may get lucky and end up higher. I think the real worst scenario would leave you around £75-£50 profit (and that really would be an incredibly bad run!!)
PM me if your interested
A small word of warning because i am a spoil sport, whilst you "Could" set up a new Betfair Casino account just by registering a new card and get this bonus they would definitely NOT approve if they noticed and they would not credit any of the bonuses and much much worse still would lock all your betfair accounts, send back the balances and say go away. They have done it before and they will do it again.
Having multiple betfair accounts that you actively use and quite a lot is fine, having more than one just to claim bonuses from them they will close.
Have a plan and stick to it
I'm not a fan of opening a new account etc .. but .. the WR for the casino referral has confused me for some time .. any one have any clarification?
Didn't realize you got the normal £50 as well as the extra £100 .. so £350 worth of bonuses is crazy .. a £150 Kickback to the person signing up means this could actually be a nice one .. depending on the WR .. I thought black jack was allowed with betfair bonuses, just not the zero lounge?
Where did you find this btw, I can only see the £100 bonus to referrer?
Hi Lukey - do you mean there is no WR on the referrer £200? that seems incredibly good?
(If there is a WR aren't you taking a large risk by offering £150 kickback..?)
Unless I've misunderstood something fundamental
Yes I'd be wary of this, can you please post a URL with the details Lukey? Thanks.
There is a link to the casion refer and earn here
It seems to be £100/ £100 rather than £150/ £200. They were no doubt getting pounded so cut. From what I can tell £5000 has to be wagered, on bj, to get 1000 points but a lot of this would be done through the normal signup bonus. I know a couple of people who may be getting into matched betting so will try and get them to signup through this offer.
Do they allow the zero edge games to be used to collect points? If so this offer would be even better.