Student save with matched betting
March 8, 2017
Undergraduates face a difficult task making ends meet with rents and rising living expenses but here’s how matched betting can allow a student to save from being reliant on the bank of Mum and Dad.
Matched betting is growing fast and if any student asks around campus these days they are almost certain to find someone making lots of money from this method of exploiting gambling offers to make a guaranteed profit.
Bookmakers give away free bets as an incentive to try their websites which have thousands of betting markets. By using matched betting to earn free bets, risk free profits can be made from the free bets with the help of some clever maths. The technique has been around since circa 2000 with the introduction of betting exchanges which allow members to back selections to lose.
For matched bettors it means placing a bet with a bookmaker to get a return if it wins and ‘laying’ the same selection on a betting exchange to get a return if it loses. When the odds for both bets are the same, a free bet can be earned for the few pence it costs for exchange commissions.
Because the free bet costs next to nothing, around 80% of the value of the free bet (that’s £8 in every £10) can be made as risk free profit from a sign up offer. Matched betting is worth around £1000 from welcome bonuses and it’s quite easy to make £500 profit every month from promotions aimed at existing customers. Best of all, it only takes a few hours work each week and will comfortably fit around studies and having fun.
MatchedBets provides the tools to find the best bets to place and to work out the stakes required to ensure the same profit is made whatever the result. There are more than 150 offers available at any given time with easy to follow guides explaining how to make money from each one.
Getting started with matched betting is really easy. Sign up for a 14-day trial at MatchedBets for just £1 and you’ll have access to over £1,000 worth of bookmaker free bets and bonuses. That’s enough to pay for the first couple of months membership in which time you should be able to make over £1000 profit. You can always turn your back on this great money making system and have a night out for free instead.
To get involved with matched betting you must be 18 years old and you will require a bank account and debit card to make deposits. A small starting bank of around £100 is enough to get going and of course, you need a computer with access to the internet. Bookmakers will require verification id to comply with gambling legislation so you’ll need to be able to upload high definition copies of utility bills, id cards, drivers licence or such. You can do this with any number of apps for your smartphone.
If you’re a student in need of saving, give matched betting a try. It’s risk free as long as you follow the instructions and with Matchedbets you’ll have expert help and support every step of the way.