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$5 Lottery Cash Back - ONT

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$5 Lottery Cash Back - ONT

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If you're a regular lotto player or purchasing for your work group, this is a decent deal.

Spend $10 or more on online lottery and get $5 cash back*.

Redeem your lottery bonus in two easy steps:

1. Enter the promo code – 5bonus – in the promo code field at the top of this page. Receive $5 in bonus funds.
2. Convert the bonus funds into cash balance when you spend $10 or more on lottery within 30 days of entering the promo code on PlayOLG.ca!
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Please remember that almost every Credit Card will charge a cash advance fee :)
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Nov 17, 2016
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Do any of the lottery games pay out over 50%?
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Jun 24, 2005
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Richmond Hill
I was only able to get the spend $30 and get $15 cash back.
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Whitby
probably to cover those advance fees on your visa. ;) just go to convience store or gas station. fresh air.

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Toronto
Do we get charged extra by our credit cards for buying lotto tickets online??
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pererac wrote: Do we get charged extra by our credit cards for buying lotto tickets online??
Yes, credit card purchases will be considered as a cash advance.
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Aug 24, 2011
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Toronto
I got the $15 bonus. Wasn't able to use it on games/slots though. It looks like you actually have to deposit the $30 to get the bonus
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How do you deposit money without incurring a cash advance fee?
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Thorold
EdLeafs wrote: How do you deposit money without incurring a cash advance fee?
Use Interac Online or a visa debit card.
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Mississauga
vkizzle wrote: Yes, credit card purchases will be considered as a cash advance.
It depends on ur credit card company, been using CIBC Aventura card, no cash advance fee at all, used my PC world elite before n it got hit w a $4 fee Crying Face
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Scarberia
does it take amex or paypal yet? i think i had to use td bank visa debit card
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Nov 17, 2017
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Got the $15 cashback for spending $30 offer. You have 30 days to buy the tickets.

Expected value on the Lotto 6/49 may be >70% currently. Very high variance.
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ChrisW42 wrote: Got the $15 cashback for spending $30 offer. You have 30 days to buy the tickets.

Expected value on the Lotto 6/49 may be >70% currently. Very high variance.
What did method did you use to fund the purchase? Tia
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thanks OP!

Sorry for the side topic, does anyone know when we can claim prizes?
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Jun 26, 2007
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I took my $10 and retained it, 100% payback is more than you expect from any lottery.
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Nov 17, 2017
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pererac wrote: What did method did you use to fund the purchase? Tia
Debit. Credit is a cash advance, annoying to pay back a cash advance, you need to pay off your whole balance.
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