- What are they?
- How do I meet them?
Wagering requirements are a feature of bingo bonus. They are only easy when you know how they work! There is a simple guide below plus a link to a more detailed explanation about wagering requirements.
Every time you get a bonus from Ace of Bingo, you will receive a pop up on the screen asking you to Accept or Decline your bonus.
E.g Congrats! You have been awarded with a £10 bingo bonus! This bonus carries a 2 x Wagering requirement. Accept or Decline?
If you press Accept, this means that any winnings you make from spending your bingo bonus will be held back until you stake 2 x £10 out of your winnings (you don’t need to spend any of your money)!
Lets say you buy a bingo ticket with your bingo bonus and win £200, woohoo! You must stake £20 of this through the site before your winnings will enter your cash balance. If your bingo bonus reaches zero before you meet the wager requirements, you will be released from the wager requirement.
There are two ways you can check what you've got left to wager to meet your Wager Requirements. First, you can click on "Account" from the Bingo Lobby, then click "History" and then click on "My Bonus Funds".
The other way you can do it is by clicking the "i" next to "Game Bonuses". Whichever way you do it, you'll end up here:
This screen allows you to search for all your bonuses that you have had and have got at the moment. It will show you how much you've left to wager too! All you need to do is select a date from before you registered and ensure that "Bonus Status" and "Bonus Balance" are set to "All". When you click "Submit", all the Bingo Bonus money you've received from us will show. From the list, you can simply click on the "i" button next to each bonus in the "Awarded Bonus" column and you'll see any remaining requirements that need to be met, as well as the ones you've already completed.
We hope this guide helps! If you have any other questions about Wagering Requirements, please don't hesitate to contact us on tom@http://aobuat.txdclientdemos.co.uk or if you need more help, click here to view the help section.