TLCBet Betting Offers
TLCBet has it’s origins in the Philippines but it has continued to attract European customers since it’s launch in 2010. The UK licensed bookie welcomes new players and looks after existing customers with a good range of TLCBet offers.
TLCBet has ended it’s signup offer but we will check daily for a new promo. It was worth around £30 when matched betting. MatchedBets.com explains how to seek close matches with a betting exchange to lower qualifying losses to a nominal amount. Then with the help of our matched betting calculator, premium members can convert the free bet amount into a cash profit. There are over fifty signups that we provide instructions for, not to mention the steady supply of reload offers.
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TLCBet betting offers for existing customers can be used to make a sustained profit. Most of these offers are on football or horse racing but they can be available on any sport. The TLCBet promotions page details all of the latest incentives and MatchedBets.com checks this bookmaker daily for any promotions that can be profitable through matched betting.
The mainstay of TLCBet promos are money back specials. These offers give a free bet refund on losing bets, when certain conditions are met. You won’t hit the refund each time but adopting the ‘advantage play’ approach allows for multiple attempts. MatchedBets.com explains how to minimise qualifying losses, enabling you to play these offers for pennies.
Examples of previous TLCBet money back specials on football are money back; if a named player scores, if there are under 1.5 goals in the game, if a red card is shown, if the match goes to penalties and if the game finishes 0-0.
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TLCBet Best Odds Guaranteed may also present a profitable situation. It’s a horse racing offer that applies to races from the UK and Ireland. If you take a fixed-odds early price and your horse drifts to go off at a bigger Starting Price (SP) the bookmaker will pay out at the SP odds. So let’s say you were placing a qualifying bet on Synchronised to win at 3.30 Cheltenham using a back stake of £10 at odds of 5/1 (6.0). In this example the lay bet is £9.76 at odds of 6.2 with Betfair, resulting in an anticipated QL of 75p. However, should the horse go off at 6/1 (7.0) and win, you’d be given £10 extra from the bookie for a profit of £9.25.
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