£1,500* is the amount of profit we achieved in our first month
£350* is the amount of profit we achieved in subsequent months
£25* is the amount of profit we achieved per active hour of matched betting
56%* is the return we achieved on funds that we put into matched betting
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Mintio is a trading style of AdMatrix Ltd Company number 08475546 VAT registration 195579545
Is matched betting legal? Matched betting is perfectly legal in the UK. It is actually regarded as one of the best ways to make money online. Newspapers including The Guardian and The Telegraph have featured pieces about it.
Do I need prior knowledge about sports betting? You do not need any prior knowledge of sports betting because the actual outcome of the event is irrelevant (you profit no matter what the event outcome).
Where can I get the best bookmaker incentives? We recommend taking a membership at Profit Squad. They do all the research and you can simply take the profits. You can sign up for a 14 day trial for £1.
Matched betting is a technique that allows you to take signup and reload bonuses from bookmakers and use them to lock in a profit. Matched betting is completely legal and has been featured in publications such as The Telegraph and The Guardian. The process is based purely on mathematics. By combining traditional bets with lay bets on a betting exchange, you are able to cover both outcomes and you are therefore able to lock in a profit whatever the outcome of the event.
Lock in a Profit With Matched Betting
Matched betting is a technique that uses bookmaker signup and reload incentives to bet on both outcomes of an event. This means that you can lock in a profit no matter what the outcome is.
Let’s work through a real example to see the process of matched betting come to life. In this example of matched betting, we take the signup bonus from Bet365 (a bet credit equal to your deposit up to £100) to lock in a profit of £56.30. Here are the odds being offered on Bet365 for the Porto vs Rangers match on 24 October 2019. We convert the odds to the decimal equivalent so we can cover our bet on the Betfair Exchange.
Porto vs Rangers
Home
Draw
Away
Bet365 odds
3/5
3/1
19/4
Decimal equivalent
1.6
4
5.75
Betfair lay odds
1.64
4.3
6.8
We place a bet of £100 on the draw using our own money. If the outcome is a draw, we would win (after the stake is returned) £300, however we need to cover ourselves in case the outcome is NOT a draw. We do this on the Betfair exchange where we can lay an event (i.e. bet on it NOT to happen). We calculate what we need to lay so that the overall outcome is the same whether it is a draw or not. There are various calculators available online to do this or you could build your own (as we have done). Here you can see the scenario in terms of what we need to lay. Note that the lay income (in the event of NOT draw) takes into account the commission charged by Betfair (normally 5%, sometimes 2% during promotions).
Porto vs Rangers
Draw
NOT Draw
Bet on the draw (Bet365)
£100
£300
-£100
Lay the draw (Betfair)
£94.12
-£310.60
£89.41
Overall outcome
-£10.60
-£10.59
Now, if there is a draw we will be down £10.60 and if there is not a draw we will be down £10.59. We have essentially paid £10.59 (or £10.60) to get ourselves a bet credit of £100. With the match finished (and we don’t care whether it was a draw or not) we have got our bet credit at Bet365 and we move on to a later match, specifically Dynamo Kiev vs Copenhagen. Here are the odds at Bet365 along with the decimal equivalent so we can again cover ourselves on the Betfair Exchage.
Dynamo Kiev vs Copenhagen
Home
Draw
Away
Bet365 odds
5/6
5/2
7/2
Decimal equivalent
1.83
3.5
4.5
Betfair lay odds
1.94
3.6
5
Using our bet credit of £100 we place a bet on the draw. Again we need to cover ourselves so we calculate what we need to lay on the Betfair Exchange so that the overall outcome is the same whether it is a draw or not. Here is the scenario of what we need to lay.
Dynamo Kiev vs Copenhagen
Draw
NOT Draw
Bet on the draw (Bet365)
£100
£250
£0
Lay the draw (Betfair)
£70.42
-£183.09
£66.90
Overall outcome
£66.91
£66.90
Thanks to the bet credit, there is no liability at Bet365 should the outcome NOT be a draw. Therefore whatever the outcome, we make a profit of £66.90 on this match. On the earlier match we sacrificed £10.60 to activate our bet credit, therefore we have locked in a profit of £56.30.
Matched Betting Explained is an e-book that fully outlines the process of matched betting, along with real examples showing you how you can lock in a profit by taking up signup and reload incentives from bookmakers. The e-book is split into four main chapters so that you can follow the process logically and benefit from our knowledge in each part of the process. We hope you enjoy learning how to do matched betting.
Matched Betting Explained
Order now and you can put Matched Betting Explained to the test for a full 60 days. Work your way through the theory and follow the step-by-step process on as many different bookmaker incentives as you want for a full 60 days. If you’re not absolutely satisfied, you will be refunded with no questions asked.
I: Betting Basics 1. Bookies 2. Betting Exchanges 3. Difference Between Back and Lay Bet II: Step by Step Guide to Your First Matched Bet 1. How to Choose Your Qualifying Bet 2. Calculating the Stake of Your Lay Bet 3. Strategy to Profit From Your Free Bet
III: Finding the Best Offers 1. Free Bets 2. Price Boosts 3. Early Payouts IV: Good to Know Before You Start 1. Odds Format 2. Tennis Retirement Rules 3. Mug Betting
Matched Betting Explained
Order Now
Matched Betting Explained is available today for a one-off payment of £19.99.
* Month 1 figure based on taking up 15 signup incentives at an average of £100. Subsequent months figure based on taking 10 reload bonuses at an average of £35. Hourly figure and percentage return based on combined result of all offers taken.
Matched Betting Explained
We Tried Matched Betting
£1,500* is the amount of profit we achieved in our first month
£350* is the amount of profit we achieved in subsequent months
£25* is the amount of profit we achieved per active hour of matched betting
56%* is the return we achieved on funds that we put into matched betting
Mintio is a trading style of AdMatrix Ltd Company number 08475546 VAT registration 195579545
Is matched betting legal? Matched betting is perfectly legal in the UK. It is actually regarded as one of the best ways to make money online. Newspapers including The Guardian and The Telegraph have featured pieces about it.
Do I need prior knowledge about sports betting? You do not need any prior knowledge of sports betting because the actual outcome of the event is irrelevant (you profit no matter what the event outcome).
Where can I get the best bookmaker incentives? We recommend taking a membership at Profit Squad. They do all the research and you can simply take the profits. You can sign up for a 14 day trial for £1.
Matched betting is a technique that allows you to take signup and reload bonuses from bookmakers and use them to lock in a profit. Matched betting is completely legal and has been featured in publications such as The Telegraph and The Guardian. The process is based purely on mathematics. By combining traditional bets with lay bets on a betting exchange, you are able to cover both outcomes and you are therefore able to lock in a profit whatever the outcome of the event.
Lock in a Profit With Matched Betting
Matched betting is a technique that uses bookmaker signup and reload incentives to bet on both outcomes of an event. This means that you can lock in a profit no matter what the outcome is.
* Month 1 figure based on taking up 15 signup incentives at an average of £100. Subsequent months figure based on taking 10 reload bonuses at an average of £35. Hourly figure and percentage return based on combined results of all offers taken.
Let’s work through a real example to see the process of matched betting come to life. In this example of matched betting, we take the signup bonus from Bet365 (a bet credit equal to your deposit up to £100) to lock in a profit of £56.30. Here are the odds being offered on Bet365 for the Porto vs Rangers match on 24 October 2019. We convert the odds to the decimal equivalent so we can cover our bet on the Betfair Exchange.
Porto vs Rangers
Home
Draw
Away
Bet365 odds
3/5
3/1
19/4
Decimal equivalent
1.6
4
5.75
Betfair lay odds
1.64
4.3
6.8
We place a bet of £100 on the draw using our own money. If the outcome is a draw, we would win (after the stake is returned) £300, however we need to cover ourselves in case the outcome is NOT a draw. We do this on the Betfair exchange where we can lay an event (i.e. bet on it NOT to happen). We calculate what we need to lay so that the overall outcome is the same whether it is a draw or not. There are various calculators available online to do this or you could build your own (as we have done). Here you can see the scenario in terms of what we need to lay. Note that the lay income (in the event of NOT draw) takes into account the commission charged by Betfair (normally 5%, sometimes 2% during promotions).
Porto vs Rangers
Draw
NOT Draw
Bet on the draw (Bet365)
£100
£300
-£100
Lay the draw (Betfair)
£94.12
-£310.60
£89.41
Overall outcome
-£10.60
-£10.59
Now, if there is a draw we will be down £10.60 and if there is not a draw we will be down £10.59. We have essentially paid £10.59 (or £10.60) to get ourselves a bet credit of £100. With the match finished (and we don’t care whether it was a draw or not) we have got our bet credit at Bet365 and we move on to a later match, specifically Dynamo Kiev vs Copenhagen. Here are the odds at Bet365 along with the decimal equivalent so we can again cover ourselves on the Betfair Exchage.
Dynamo Kiev vs Copenhagen
Home
Draw
Away
Bet365 odds
5/6
5/2
7/2
Decimal equivalent
1.83
3.5
4.5
Betfair lay odds
1.94
3.6
5
Using our bet credit of £100 we place a bet on the draw. Again we need to cover ourselves so we calculate what we need to lay on the Betfair Exchange so that the overall outcome is the same whether it is a draw or not. Here is the scenario of what we need to lay.
Dynamo Kiev vs Copenhagen
Draw
NOT Draw
Bet on the draw (Bet365)
£100
£250
£0
Lay the draw (Betfair)
£70.42
-£183.09
£66.90
Overall outcome
£66.91
£66.90
Thanks to the bet credit, there is no liability at Bet365 should the outcome NOT be a draw. Therefore whatever the outcome, we make a profit of £66.90 on this match. On the earlier match we sacrificed £10.60 to activate our bet credit, therefore we have locked in a profit of £56.30.
Matched Betting Explained is an e-book that fully outlines the process of matched betting, along with real examples showing you how you can lock in a profit by taking up signup and reload incentives from bookmakers. The e-book is split into four main chapters so that you can follow the process logically and benefit from our knowledge in each part of the process. We hope you enjoy learning how to do matched betting.
Matched Betting Explained
Order now and you can put Matched Betting Explained to the test for a full 60 days. Work your way through the theory and follow the step-by- step process on as many different bookmaker incentives as you want for a full 60 days. If you’re not absolutely satisfied, you will be refunded with no questions asked.
I: Betting Basics 1. Bookies 2. Betting Exchanges 3. Difference Between Back and Lay Bet II: Step by Step Guide to Your First Matched Bet 1. How to Choose Your Qualifying Bet 2. Calculating the Stake of Your Lay Bet 3. Strategy to Profit From Your Free Bet
III: Finding the Best Offers 1. Free Bets 2. Price Boosts 3. Early Payouts IV: Good to Know Before You Start 1. Odds Format 2. Tennis Retirement Rules 3. Mug Betting
Matched Betting Explained
We Tried Matched Betting
Order Now
Matched Betting Explained is available today for a one-off payment of £19.99.
Matched Betting Explained
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