Geoff Banks Betting Offers
Geoff Banks is marketed as a bespoke sportsbook and certainly does look to have a touch of class. It’s appeal is increased thanks to a range of Geoff Banks bet offers.
Geoff Banks get £50 in free bets is an offer for new customers. By using the relevant Geoff Banks promo code, new players can claim a £10 free bet for each £100 wagered on the sportsbook, up to £50. It’s worth around £15 when matched betting and the offer guides at MatchedBets.com will explain how to extract the profit.
Sign up for a 14 day trial with Matchedbets.com for just £1
It’s not just signups that are profitable when matched betting, existing customer offers can be just as lucrative. It’s these ‘reloads’ that allow matched bettors to make money online month after month. The availability of Geoff Banks betting offers varies but they can be available on any sport covered on the betting site. Geoff Banks promos are usually listed down the right-hand side of the online sportsbook.
A good example of a Geoff Banks offer is the free £50 for placing fifty bets via the betting app, which is worth as much as £15 per calendar month. In order to make the offer profitable, each £10 qualifying bet must be closely matched with a betting exchange. MatchedBets.com provides the tools and techniques to minimise qualifying losses, allowing premium users to make a profit from betting offers just like this one.
Geoff Banks Best Odds Guaranteed can also present a profit in the right circumstances. It ensures that you receive the best possible payout between the fixed-odds early price you took and the official Starting Price (SP). It’s available on all UK, Irish and Dubai horse racing.
To demonstrate how it can benefit the matched bettor, let’s assume that you are placing a qualifying bet and back Nijinsky to win the 3:30 Epsom at odds of 2/1 (3.0) with a stake of £20. In this example, we would also lay £19.67 at odds of 3.1 on the same selection at Betfair, resulting a £1.31 qualifying loss. However, if the horse were to drift to an SP of 5/2 (3.5) and win, you’d make £1.80 from the bet, an increase of £3.11 in your pocket for no additional work.
Read more about Geoff Banks