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Wagering requirements are finally met, now what?

You’ve finally managed to meet your wagering requirements, so you may be wondering what happens next. Well, this is the point we all hope to reach with a big balance. There are a few things you can do once you meet your wagering requirements. Let’s first talk about the most important of them all, and the one thing each and every gambler aims to achieve, which is naturally to make a withdrawal!

The minute you make your very last wager, your bonus requirements have been met, wagering has been cleared and any bonus funds will now become real money. So, whatever you have in your bankroll is now yours to keep and do with how you wish. The only factors that will affect whether or not you can withdraw the full amount is whether or not the bonus you received was a cashable bonus or a sticky bonus. More about that later.

Whether or not you can make a withdrawal depends entirely on your balance once you have met the wagering requirements. It also comes down to personal choice. There will be those gamblers that want to withdraw large sums of money only and those that will want to make a withdrawal, regardless of the amount. If you have a balance that you are happy with at the point of meeting your wagering requirements, you can just choose to withdraw it straight away. All you have to do is head straight for the cashier and request a withdrawal. Before you do that, you should take into consideration, as we mentioned above, whether your original bonus was cashable or sticky. If the bonus you received was a sticky bonus, remember to deduct this from your overall winnings before you request a withdrawal, because once you submit the withdrawal, the casino will take back the original amount of bonus they awarded you.

You can choose to withdraw the full amount of the balance or withdraw some and keep some to play with. Remember, this is now your money, so you can spend it how you wish. If you keep playing, there will be no more wagering requirements and everything will be yours to keep. You do not have to make a withdrawal straight away; as we said, it is entirely up to you. If you think your luck is beginning to run out, then withdraw your cash. If you decide to withdraw some and keep some to play with, you can continue playing with your leftover money. You do not need to wait until the withdrawal is processed. If you continue playing and are very lucky to win even more money again, this money is yours to withdraw.

Unfortunately, not every gambler will meet their wagering requirements with enough money that they feel happy with to withdraw immediately. But, don’t see this as a negative factor. All this means is you can now keep playing your favourite games with the balance you have remaining without any ties of wagering requirements. The case may be that you still do not make a withdrawal. Unfortunately, meeting wagering requirements does not always mean withdrawals are imminent, but it does mean that the option of withdrawing is now open.

If you do make a withdrawal you should be ready to send in any of your verification documents to the casino, especially if it is your very first withdrawal at the casino. However, always have these at hand, as the casino can request them from you at any time. Please also take into consideration any withdrawal fees that the casino may charge.

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