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I'm currently doing the Unibet £40 offer on Profit Accumulator. I did a £40 bet which lost so I have received the £40 bonus but I just don't understand what I have to do next because it's different to the others I have done.

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If your bet with Unibet lost then you will be awarded a £40 bonus. In order to withdraw the bonus (and any winnings), we need to wager through the amount of the bonus three times (£120).

If this bet loses with Unibet, you are done with the offer and do not need to carry on. If the bet wins with Unibet, you need to place a further £80 worth of bets. This can be broken down into as many bets as you like, and are done in the same way as the previous one. Similarly, if your balance hits £0, you have completed the offer. You will need to complete this rollover or lose your money in to the exchange within 7 days.


I don't understand this bit. Do I need to put three bets on of £40 each?

Or do I do one bet of £40 and if I win then I stop but if I lose I put another £40 on, if that then wins I stop and if that loses I put another £40 bet on.

It doesn't come up with the option of free bets like the others have so what is the bonus?

I don't understand where the £40 bonus comes into play either because it sounds like I will just be doing the same as before. Placing a bet and then laying a bet on an exchange so I don't get where the £40 comes into it since it doesn't say free bet when I go on the website.
 

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I'm currently doing the Unibet £40 offer on Profit Accumulator. I did a £40 bet which lost so I have received the £40 bonus but I just don't understand what I have to do next because it's different to the others I have done.

It says:

If your bet with Unibet lost then you will be awarded a £40 bonus. In order to withdraw the bonus (and any winnings), we need to wager through the amount of the bonus three times (£120).

If this bet loses with Unibet, you are done with the offer and do not need to carry on. If the bet wins with Unibet, you need to place a further £80 worth of bets. This can be broken down into as many bets as you like, and are done in the same way as the previous one. Similarly, if your balance hits £0, you have completed the offer. You will need to complete this rollover or lose your money in to the exchange within 7 days.


I don't understand this bit. Do I need to put three bets on of £40 each?

Or do I do one bet of £40 and if I win then I stop but if I lose I put another £40 on, if that then wins I stop and if that loses I put another £40 bet on.

It doesn't come up with the option of free bets like the others have so what is the bonus?

I don't understand where the £40 bonus comes into play either because it sounds like I will just be doing the same as before. Placing a bet and then laying a bet on an exchange so I don't get where the £40 comes into it since it doesn't say free bet when I go on the website.
It's been YEARS since I did this offer but I would think it is "Or do I do one bet of £40 and if I win then I stop but if I lose I put another £40 on, if that then wins I stop and if that loses I put another £40 bet on."

However, if you want to double check I would give PA a call as well so they can confirm as well, that's what they are there for ;)
 

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Its been years since I did the unibet sign up too.

Has £40 been added to you balance as a bonus? If not and there is nothing else showing on your account then you need to make sure you actually have the bonus before you make any more bets.

Assuming you have it and its a x3 wagering then you need to place a £40 bet, lay in normal qualify bet mode. If it loses, you can stop. If it wins you need to go again, and then again until you either lose your balance or have placed a total of £120 of bets

The actual profit at the end is likely to be far less than £40 because of all the wagering but that's just the way it goes.
 
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Its been years since I did the unibet sign up too.

Has £40 been added to you balance as a bonus? If not and there is nothing else showing on your account then you need to make sure you actually have the bonus before you make any more bets.

Assuming you have it and its a x3 wagering then you need to place a £40 bet, lay in normal qualify bet mode. If it loses, you can stop. If it wins you need to go again, and then again until you either lose your balance or have placed a total of £120 of bets

The actual profit at the end is likely to be far less than £40 because of all the wagering but that's just the way it goes.
This!

If you've got the funds in the exchange consider going for long-ish odds so you're more likely to lose straight away and have a lower QL!
 

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Thank you both, I do have a few hundred pounds in the exchange so I will try that.

That makes more sense, I think I just got confused because all the other ones I have done have been as free bets and this one is different. The bonus is showing on my account so I will place a bet.
 
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