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Old 11-26-2007, 08:40 PM
DMoogle DMoogle is offline
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Default Re: Full Tilt Year end iron man bonus

KEW: He meant Iron Man status each month.
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Old 11-26-2007, 08:44 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt Year end iron man bonus

So If I havn't played at FT all year but make Iron in Dec. I get $100 bonus?
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Old 11-26-2007, 08:45 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt Year end iron man bonus

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We're very sorry for some early confusion. The web page is being fixed now, but these three steps should sum up the promotion.

1. You have to make at least Bronze in December for it to count

2. We count every month you made an Ironman level from January to December 2007. $25 in bonus for each month of Bronze, $50 for Silver, $75 for Gold, $100 for Iron. Therefore the maximum possible bonus you can get is $1200. I realize the page might say more than that, sorry.

3. You do have to earn the bonus in January. The bad news is you actually get $0.05 of bonus for every Full Tilt Point you earn (it's usually $0.06 for our bonuses). The good news is that it does NOT affect rakeback. This bonus is tracked on a web page, and you get one lump sum payment at the end of January. If you only clear $328 in bonus, you'll get paid the $328. Also, you could earn another bonus at the same time as this, so if you have enough Ironman Medals to buy a bonus from the store, January would be a good time.


Sorry again for the confusion,

Doug

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What does this line mean????

"If you’ve committed yourself to earning Iron Man status each month of the year, you’ll receive a bonus of $1,200"

Does this mean if you have qualified for the Iron Man(not Iron Status) each month you'll receive the max $1,200 regardless of what status(Iron,gold,silver or bronze) you reached each month?????

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no.. seems pretty self explanatory.. earning Iron Man status, not bronze man, or silver man.
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Old 11-26-2007, 08:45 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt Year end iron man bonus

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Could someone tell me what your mgr would have to be to clear a $100 bonus?

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MGR has nothing to do with it..The bonus clears at .05 per point...Paid in a lump sum in Feb and will pro rate..

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so $100 bonus would be 2000 points?
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Old 11-26-2007, 09:01 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt Year end iron man bonus

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We're very sorry for some early confusion. The web page is being fixed now, but these three steps should sum up the promotion.

1. You have to make at least Bronze in December for it to count

2. We count every month you made an Ironman level from January to December 2007. $25 in bonus for each month of Bronze, $50 for Silver, $75 for Gold, $100 for Iron. Therefore the maximum possible bonus you can get is $1200. I realize the page might say more than that, sorry.

3. You do have to earn the bonus in January. The bad news is you actually get $0.05 of bonus for every Full Tilt Point you earn (it's usually $0.06 for our bonuses). The good news is that it does NOT affect rakeback. This bonus is tracked on a web page, and you get one lump sum payment at the end of January. If you only clear $328 in bonus, you'll get paid the $328. Also, you could earn another bonus at the same time as this, so if you have enough Ironman Medals to buy a bonus from the store, January would be a good time.


Sorry again for the confusion,

Doug

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What does this line mean????

"If you’ve committed yourself to earning Iron Man status each month of the year, you’ll receive a bonus of $1,200"

Does this mean if you have qualified for the Iron Man(not Iron Status) each month you'll receive the max $1,200 regardless of what status(Iron,gold,silver or bronze) you reached each month?????

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no.. seems pretty self explanatory.. earning Iron Man status, not bronze man, or silver man.

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Your prolly right..But it's not Iron "man" status,silver "man",gold "man" and bronze "man"..It's the Iron MAN Challange with Iron,gold,silver and bronze status levels..

IIRC FTPDOUG(or Sean) in an earlier FTPANSWER thread said there would be a special bonus for those that were part of the Iron Man the entire year(or since inception)..
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Old 11-26-2007, 09:32 PM
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Thanks for the reply, FTPDoug. Pretty cool that you're not going to deduct it from rakeback.



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agreed

it's also cool that if we don't clear the WHOLE thing we still get partial credit [img]/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]
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Old 11-26-2007, 10:08 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt Year end iron man bonus

While this is a cool promotion it seems a little lame that you only get a month to clear the bonus. Any chance of that being extended?
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Old 11-26-2007, 10:18 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt Year end iron man bonus

one month to clear 1200 at .05 cent a point means that you need to earn 774.19 points a day to clear it all which is a lot of points to average. they should give you two months to clear this.
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Old 11-26-2007, 10:27 PM
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Default Re: Full Tilt Year end iron man bonus

i dont think im emotionally prepared to handle the bonus doomswitch at the moment. perhaps its best i sit this one out.
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Old 11-26-2007, 10:30 PM
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wwweee, not deducted from the MGR
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