# How does the bonus work?

• Does the bonus basically mean whatever i deposit and spend on shares, I'll get 10% of that too?

• @NewUser114446 10% of total value of shares bought - total value of shares sold... During the time period.

• You get 10% of the difference between what you spend on buying shares and what you receive from selling shares.

So if within bonus period you buy £500 worth of futures and sell £100 worth, you'd get 10% of the £400 difference as a bonus (500 - 100 = 400 * 0.10 = £40 bonus)

• so assuming i deposit £400 now, spend all of it on shares and don't sell a share for the next few months, I'll have £40?

• @NewUser114446 make sure you opt into it otherwise yes

• Is it still the case if we opted into the first one we don't have to re-opt in for this one?

• @NewUser731 yes

• @NewUser114446 said in How does the bonus work?:

so assuming i deposit £400 now, spend all of it on shares and don't sell a share for the next few months, I'll have £40?

Unless you've sold for a certain amount today after 12pm, then that would also count against you...
So if you'd sold for £100 today and now deposit £400 and buy for total amount, then it'd actually be £300 that counts so £30 bonus.

• @Snrub Hi mate, just to confirm if i deposit £1000 & buy £1000 worth of shares, in a week i sell £500 worth of shares, the next day i buy £500 of shares,
i would still get 10% - £100 ?

• @Uncle-G yes it's whatever you've bought minus whatever you've sold so in this case you've bought £1,500 and sold £500 so £1,500 - £500 = £1,000 x 0.10 = £100 bonus

• @Snrub Nice one, thought it was but always good to double check ta

• Just checking: if I opted in previously for part 1 and 2 I don’t have to opt in for this 10% bonus which is part 3?
Thanks