Reload Offers Matched Betting

Reload Offers: What Are Reload Offers & How Do We Exploit Them?

If you’re new to the idea of matched betting, you’ve probably thought to yourself:

“…But after all the sign-up offers, how do you make money?

If you haven’t asked that, you’re in the minority – believe me!

Figuring out how to make money after sign-up offers is something the vast majority of newcomers are puzzled by.

But the answer is easy:

The way we continue to make money online with matched betting is with something called reload offers.

We’ll explain exactly what they are and give you a wide range of examples of matched betting reload offers within this post.  (more…)

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Is matched betting a scam?

Is Matched Betting a Scam? Does it Actually Work?

Everyone is skeptical of matched betting when they hear about it.

We all felt exactly the same once upon a time.

It’s easy to see why people would think it’s a con or a scam too: risk-free money?

No way.

“If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.” That’s what we were always taught.

What’s the catch…right? There must be a catch.

These are all thoughts I had before starting matched betting, and it’s what virtually every person like you is thinking or has thought too.

So, is it all too good to be true?


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How much money can you make matched betting?

How Much Can I Make Matched Betting?

It’s probably the second-most frequently asked question we get.

Up first – “is matched betting a scam?

The answer to that one:

Of course it’s not. You don’t have to take our word for it, check out this post in The Telegraph.

To quote from that article:

Graham Sharpe, from William Hill, says the industry does not have a problem with matched betting.

“There’s no illegal element,” he says. “It’s a free bet and you can do what you like.”

After that debate is settled, the next question that always comes is “so how much profit have you made?” and then after that…

“How much money can I make matched betting?”

Once people realise how much money we’re making, their eyes start to see the pound signs.

…And why wouldn’t they? We were all there once.

How much you can earn from matched betting depends on a few things.


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Football fan celebrating after learning how to do matched betting!

How to do Matched Betting

Matched betting has changed my life and has changed the lives of all those around me too.

Since starting, I’ve made a consistent profit above £1,000 in every single month of doing it, with many months far above this figure.

This includes the very first month where I learned the match betting process from scratch.

I worked a full-time job for my first two years of matched betting, enjoying this 100% legal, tax-free income alongside my regular 9-5.

Many people do matched betting full-time, but lots prefer to have multiple secure incomes coming in.

We’ve met some good friends on this journey and from a group of around 30 people, our combined profits are over one million pounds.


Learn How to do Matched Betting

Matched betting seems scary and difficult at first, but it really, really isn’t.

It’s becoming the go-to choice of stay-at-home mums to earn a living online – how hard can it be if these ladies can do it whilst juggling all of the challenges that come with parenting newborns.

With just one or two days of getting into the swing of things you could be well on your way to that super-sweet risk-free betting profit.


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Sign up offers

What is Matched Betting? How to Exploit Bookmaker Sign Up Offers

What is Matched Betting?

Matched betting is a risk-free form of gambling, typically on sporting events. This is also commonly referred to as ‘bonus hunting’.

By using free bets, matched bettors guarantee profits by having all outcomes of a match or an event covered.

Whilst people think that free bets are in limited supply, with no-risk matched betting you can ensure they keep coming in day after day.

“It is a betting technique used by individuals to profit from free bets and other incentives offered by bookmakers. It is generally considered risk-free as it is based on the application of a mathematical equation rather than chance.” – Wikipedia.

The definition above makes things seem a little complicated, so let’s try and describe it in a way that you can easily understand:


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