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Reduction In Minimum Withdrawal Amount At Ignite Brands

Posted by Nickie on: Tuesday, Aug. 15th 2017 7:58 AM

The world of online bingo is one that is always changing, always evolving and for a few years now, this has often been in favour of the player. With responsible gambling at the fore we have seen changes in wagering requirements, clearer terms and conditions and many other changes that have enhanced our gaming experience.

Earlier in the month we received an interesting email from Ignite Bingo, the company responsible for marketing brands like Costa Bingo and the most recent launch from this company, Real Deal Bingo. The email was waxing lyrical about the minimum withdrawal amount at all of their sites.

Email Referencing Minimal Withdrawal Amounts

The email from Ignite tells of how they have lowered the minimum withdrawal amount across their bingo brands from £30 to just £5. So long as you have made at least one deposit with the brands, all of which have a minimum deposit £5, then you are able to withdraw.

This is great, it makes it far easier to get your hands on your winnings should you get lucky!

They have also removed the monthly withdrawal limit which means you can now withdraw as much as you like, or are lucky enough to win.

You should note that this does not apply to some of the mega jackpot progressive games as these will still be paid in monthly installments should you land one of the life changing jackpots.

Will This Change The Amount Of Withdrawals?

It’s unlikely that the brands will see a massive increase in the number of withdrawals that they are processing because, although the £30 minimum withdrawal amount was £10 more than at Dragonfish network sites, it wasn’t that much of a difference.

As players ourselves, on average, we withdraw when we hit the £50 mark. What about you? Do you set yourself a winning target before withdrawal and if so, what is it?

If you’re looking for sites that this change will have been implemented at, check out the Mandalay Media / Intertain network page.

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