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- December 5, 2007 at 6:34 pm #606288LeroyGMember
I was paid $350 for a non-us casino cpa deal from a certified partner this summer. I thought that was VERY high. Anyone ever get a larger one?
What kind of volume did you have to post in order to get that rate?
What were the minimum deposit requirements to get your high cpa?
I am just curious, for industry research purposes. Your responses don’t need to include specific programs.
DanDecember 5, 2007 at 11:21 pm #755767AnonymousInactive
£500 per player, as a media buyer.
It was for ~100, in a short period of time.
And they were profitable players too!
The deposit filter I set was $200 within 30 days of first deposit.
— that’s very very high though —
I think $250 usd is much more common, for $50 deposits.
IT depends on a lot of thing really.December 6, 2007 at 2:43 pm #755818vladcizsolMember
Up to $400 USD per player. I dont do CPA though, so people who specialize in this type of acquisition may get higher rates.December 6, 2007 at 3:56 pm #755830LeroyGMember
On the poker side a player would have to provide the poker site with an agreed amount of action points or “fpp’s” before they would release the CPA – protecting them from fraud. What steps would a casino take to cover their risk on a $400 CPA??
BGDecember 6, 2007 at 7:16 pm #755862biggygMember
I was offered $7500 last week to get a Cap vertified program 10 players. Revenue share is always best way to go if you have an establish website with traffic.December 6, 2007 at 7:46 pm #755868AnonymousInactive
Today I was offered a CPA deal of $250, but I don’t like cpa so I declined the deal and was offered the following for top exposure:
1. 50% revenue share for first 2 months
2. 30% revenue share for life (To be reviewed in January at the convention)
3. One of the following monthly bonuses:
a. $500 for 20 poker and casino players
b. $1500 for 50 poker and casino players
c. $$4000 for 100 poker and casino players
4. Custom made banners, landing pages, etc.
5. Monthly exclusive poker tournaments for you players
6. $250 in sponsorship money – paid in December
I could ask for more CPA and possibly get it, but I’d rather give top exposure to rev share or media buys.December 7, 2007 at 4:47 am #755891AnonymousInactive
@casinobonusguy 147342 wrote:
I was offered $7500 last week to get a Cap vertified program 10 players. Revenue share is always best way to go if you have an establish website with traffic.
That’s a truly massive CPA rate for 10 players.
Was it for GBP players, paying you in USD ?December 10, 2007 at 4:15 pm #756112Pol PittMember
I heard lots of CPA rates in my life but I never saw this ammount in the check…
I know there some casinos that are paying $400 CPA for a $50 first deposit players but we are talking about “some” casinos and not all of them!
Its very easy to promise $400 CPA for the first 20 players but the question is what happens than?December 11, 2007 at 4:46 am #756184AnonymousInactive
we have offers up to about $1000 for casino players and up to $450 for poker traffic. The min deposit for the casino was around 100-150 and for poker $50 rake +-.
For poker I tend to prefer these deals, for casino never
WeblightDecember 28, 2007 at 9:00 pm #757572AlphabetSoupMember
Does anyone know of good CPA programs available the highest I have seen is 888s which offers $150. I no longer promote 888 and was wondering if theres any other trusted casinos offering higher or roughly the same for cpa.
DashDecember 28, 2007 at 10:41 pm #757579poluroud20Member
I have paid $400 CPA on Casino and $350 CPA on Poker – that only happened on 3 occasions though and they made the operator a profit.
A think a high revenue share us much better :tongue:January 3, 2008 at 9:17 pm #757891BepeciMember
As a danish affiliate I am quite often offered quite high CPA agreements but i prefer rev share on both poker and casino.
To me it seems that I could get arround €250-€300 quite easy for casino traffic and arround €200 for poker traffic. With a little pressure a $500 CPA for casino traffic seems possible.