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Bookmaker.com (Now BMaker.ag) Bonus Structure Changes

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jun/15/2011
Bookmaker.com

Bookmaker (formerly Bookmaker.com and now BMaker.ag in conjunction with a shift away from the .com extension for US-facing online gambling brands) promotes a 20 percent bonus structure across the board

Gambling911.com is now implementing new promotional guidelines for this bonus structure effective June 15, 2011 in an effort to drive more a more “high end” clientele to the website.   Players across the globe are welcome to open an account and take part in these bonus offers.

The Bookmaker bonus structure goes as follows for players to easily understand:

Open an online sports betting account with $500 and receive a FREE $125 into your wagering account

Open an online sports betting account with $1000 and receive a FREE $250 into your wagering account

There is a nominal “activity” requirement before the bonus can be claimed. 

This bonus offer does not apply to credit card deposits.  Money transfers can be done a few hours prior to games or events in which you would like to place bets on. 

For those Gambling911.com readers looking to open an online betting account with just $100, a 15 percent or FREE $15 will be applied to one’s account after a nominal “activity” requirement is achieved. 

“While the Bookmaker site has not necessarily changed its bonus policy, Gambling911.com will be moving away from the percentage promotions and focusing on the dollar equivalents of $100, $500 and $1000,” noted Payton O’Brien, Senior Editor of the Gambling911.com website.  “With the high cost of operating an online sports betting business, Bookmaker and many other companies are now discouraging individuals from opening $10 and $50 accounts with their credit cards.

“And while new customers can still open an online betting account with a credit card, Bookmaker does not offer bonuses on credit card deposits.”

We would also note that there are bonus and promotional options available for existing clients of Bookmaker. 

Bookmaker has been in business since 1986 as a sports betting call center.  It is the most established North American online betting brand and the most respected.  They are typically the first to put a line out on games. 

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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