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It is important to keep a record of the bookmaker/casino accounts that you have, and what balances you have in them. This will help you know exactly where your bankroll is.
It is very easy to misplace money if you don’t do this, and you’re not using your bankroll efficiently.
The Balance Tracker allows you to keep track of all your casino sites, and exactly what balances you have in each one. This will help you use your bankroll most efficiently, and prevent you from forgetting about money in accounts you don't use much.
Setting Up The Balance Tracker
If you already have accounts with some of the casinos, you can add your cash balances to our balance tracker from the My History section.
In the My History section, select the Balance Tracker tab. To add casino balances, then:
- Click "+Add Balance"
- Select the casino you wish to add from the dropdown list
- Enter your current balance in that casino
- Click "Save Balance"
You can then repeat this process until you have added in each of the casinos you have an account with.
Select a balance by clicking on it, and then either click "edit" to update that casino's balance, or you can click "withdrawn" to show that you have withdrawn your full balance from that casino.
Set Balances From Offers Pages
Whenever you mark an offer as complete, you have the option to click “Set Casino Balance”.
Enter the profit or loss, tick the Set Casino Balance option, and then enter in your cash balance at the end of the offer.
If you completed an offer with £1.72 profit, and a finishing cash balance of £11.72, you would enter the following:
When you click save, the offer will be added to your profit tracker. Plus, your Betfair balance will be set to £11.72 on the Balance Tracker.
Use It Regularly
We would recommend using this to track your cash balances for all offers that you complete.
This will help you keep track of your money. It's also useful for deciding when and where to make withdrawals from.
By making regular withdrawals to your bank, you can make sure you always have money ready to use.