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Information on deleting or controlling cookies is available at AboutCookies.org. Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of our site.
GG.CO.UK currently sets a total of five types of cookies for various purposes:
We set a unique identifier in the form of a cookie so we can recognise when you are logged in with us and to accommodate other associated preferences you have selected, for example; specific bookmaker odds on race cards. We provide a specific opt-in before setting this cookie as part of our registration process.
If you use the bet calculator available on our site, we store information in your browser which remembers your inputs making it possible to compile and calculate the return on potential bets across a number of pages. No personally identifiable information is stored and it is automatically deleted when you start a new bet, or close your browser.
Sometimes we may want to try out new features of the site on a small group of users before deciding whether to roll those changes out for everyone. In this instance, we will set a cookie on your machine to let us know if you are part of the test group or not. No personally identifiable information is stored in this cookie and it is automatically expired at the end of the test.