Time and again, sports bettors neglect to look for ways to minimize an online bookmaker's advantage. Land-based and online bookmaker's exist because they have a built in profit mechanism.
Several year's ago, a gentleman name Mike Cruickshank came up with a common sense approach to earning bonus offers without having to incur any risk. While online casinos don't mind giving cash matching bonuses because of excessive rollover requirements, online sports books prefer to require punters to make a wager before a bonus is granted. Hence, Cruickshank developed his "bonus bagging" concept.
Let's investigate this revolutionary concept and figure out how it works and why it's worth a try. For clients at www.punterslounge.com, this is exciting information.…show more content… Most welcome offers from top online bookmakers require that the player make a real cash bet prior to earning a free bet bonus based on some percentage of that first bet. There's risk in doing that since the punter could lose that first bet. When that happens, what's the value value of the free bet bonus? ZERO!. Bonus bagging is a method of offsetting that first bet to remove the risk.…show more content… In the example that will be provided here, we'll assume an online bookmaker is offering a free bet bonus of 100% of the punter's first real cash wager of up to $100. Furthermore, the punter will make a first wager of