Your best choice to increase your exchange selection is to maximise your trading power by depositing your week between 2 years and 9 months!
However at the time of depositing your Week with RCI, we are now offering Weeks Members the opportunity to waive the % of deposit trading power lost as a result of not depositing at the maximum time (i.e. 2 years to 9 months). If you visit the Trading Power Adjustment Schedule, you will see that if a Week is deposited 271+ days in advance of the start date of that Week, then RCI will give 100% of the trading power value. However you have the opportunity to deposit any time up to 14 days before the start date, however this means that the % of your Trading Power we allocate to you becomes reduced (in this case it would now be 40% of the trading adjustment).
Now though, Standard RCI Weeks Members will have the opportunity to waive the Deposit Adjustment Schedule for a fee when depositing between 9 months and 14 days of the start date of the deposit. In doing so, this will earn the maximum deposit trading power i.e. 100%.
For RCI Platinum member, this will be free of charge when depositing between 9-6 months prior to the start date. A fee will be charged once the deposit is less than 6 months, as in the same way as a Standard Weeks member.
How do I take advantage of Deposit Restore?
From the person icon in the top navigation bar, select “Manage my deposits” and then select “Deposit”, then choose the deposit you wish to deposit. On the 'Deposit Now' page, complete your deposit details and we will then offer you the option to receive the maximum deposit trading power if available. We will show you what your current value is as of today, and what the value will be if you restore it.
Should you want to proceed to restore your deposit trading power, simply “Continue” to complete the payment section. Should you not wish to, select the “No” radio button instead and you can continue to deposit your Week as normal.
How much does it cost?
Please see our Weeks Membership Fees to find out the cost of Deposit Restore.
For more information on Deposit Restore, please see our Terms and Conditions.