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24 December 2019 - 1:29pm

Casino's that don't remove bonus funds in withdrawals

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I played a lot on Slots.LV and Cafe Casino but they took away my bonus privileges so now I'm looking for other casino's to play at. After checking out a few I notice that most seem to have a rule where they remove the bonus amount after you finished the play through which seems ridiculous to me. I'm just curious if people can recommend Casinos that accept US players and don't take the bonus amount away. I think Uptown Aces doesn't remove the bonus amount but seems like every other RTG casino does. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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24 December 2019 - 6:37pm
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Slotocash doesn't remove bonus amounts from withdrawals and they're RTG. They also have rather generous withdrawal limits on no-deposit bonuses (usually in the $200-500 range).

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25 December 2019 - 5:53am
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Among RTG casinos, Slotocash and UptownAces doesn't remove the bonus. And Jackpot Capital and its sister casinos are the same.

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25 December 2019 - 11:37am
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Thanks for the help. Started playing on Slotocash yesterday and seems like their games payout more than Uptown Aces but I'm sure it's all the same in the end. I'll have to check out Jackpot Capital as well.

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27 December 2019 - 8:55pm
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Casino rewards maybe, check any of their casinos out. The wagering deal over there is damn confusing but I think the amount of your bonus that gets switched over to the real money account is the money you can cashout without the rest being touched.

Just so you're aware, I dont know this for sure so first check with support on live chat.
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27 December 2019 - 8:59pm
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Have you thought about playing without the use of match bonuses and all the t&c that are always tied to them. It's like depositing 50 bucks 30- 60 times just so you can play with your own money and cash out when you win.
Essentially you are multiplying the house edge and giving them a much bigger chance of getting your money than you have to cash out your winnings, when you win. Not when you win a few dozen times, or more, because that is what you'll need to do to successfully complete wagering requirements

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27 December 2019 - 9:06pm
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Doing small deposits with or without a bonus is best but I just like the challenge of trying to play through a big bonus. I like the ones where if you deposit a 1000 you get 3000-4000 in bonus money. Granted it takes awhile to get through but I like the challenge. That's why the sites that subtract the bonus amount don't appeal to me.

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27 December 2019 - 9:34pm
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Haha believe it or not, I enjoy the challenge too, but I like being able to cashout my winnings when I want and not have to watch what games I play, or how much I wager, just so I dont break t&c.

Each to their own I guess eh, everybody has their own likes and dislikes. I wish i was able to point you in the direction of what you're looking for, but I'm really not too sure since I never play with those bonuses lol
Good luck in your search, there will be at least one of these guys that will have the answers you're looking for, guaranteed.

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28 December 2019 - 4:38pm
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I think that only most RTG casinos remove bonus amount when you've done wagering or reset it to the maximum withdrawal amount right after wager is finished.But I don't have much experience with RTG casinos in the past year as I avoid them. Latest one I tried was Aussieplay, they seemed to be decent but can't know for sure as I never withdrew from them.

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29 December 2019 - 7:33pm
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The only thing bonuses do is encourage me to play a little more "reckless" with bigger bets knowing I have a significant playthrough to get through. I almost always lose the funds before getting through the playthrough, so I might start changing over to bonus-free deposits and using cashback promos.

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