How much do you put on the lottery?

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Le Cut Inside Mane » Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:29 am

The only thing you need is startup money and the more you have the more you will earn. I'm skint now and can't bet anymore until all the withdrawals go into my bank.

249677 is my referral code on profitaccumulator if you decide to do it, I'd wait for Mark to get back to see if he has a referral code though as it's only fair.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Oh Dear » Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:33 am

I'm fucking brassic at the mo, but I can get my hands on, what would you say, 30 quid to get started?

Had a quick look, and it seems some tutorial vids are recommended.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Le Cut Inside Mane » Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:40 am

If you could stretch to £50 then Ladbrokes give a £50 free bet if you bet £50 (new customers). You should make around £35 - £38 off that.

The only pain in the arse thing about it is waiting for the withdrawals to go into your bank as it can take 24 hours - 5 days.

And yeah definitely watch the tutorials as I didn't really know what I was doing until I watched them. Now I can get bets on in no time.


EDIT: Scratch that Ladbrokes one as you would need to deposit around £130 or more depending on the odds to cover the liability. I'd say wait until you've got £100 - £150 saved up. You can do it with £30 but you won't earn much as the liability on the bets will drain your bank until you can withdraw it.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Oh Dear » Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:43 am

Christ. I'll have to read up on it the weekend.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Le Cut Inside Mane » Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:52 am

The best one for you to do with £30 would be the William Hill one. Deposit £10 and you get 3 separate £10 free bets. The liability on the lay bet would be low enough with a £10 bet.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Oh Dear » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:03 am

Nice one. I'll be looking int and asking for opinions over the weekend.

We're all going to be rich lads.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Damie Karras » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:07 am

How much time consuming is this? I can't stay on top of fantasy footie so betting everyday might not work out

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:11 am

Le Cut Inside Mane wrote:
Macho Man Randy Savage wrote:I'm in the early stages of pursuing matched betting as a viable second income. Won't be doing actual gambling much at all soon hopefully, I've only done lottery a few times.



I'd never heard of it before you posted that you have made a grand so I started doing it two days ago and I'm up £90 so far so thanks for that :toppa:

Free money tbf

I'm using https://www.profitaccumulator.co.uk/ though myself, if anyone wants to sign up to mine give me a shout as I can get a referral bonus :82y01op: likewise let Mark know if you're signing up to his as I'd imagine he can get a referral bonus too.


Why did you choose PA over Oddsmonkey just out of interest?

I'm small fry mate, people are absolutely coining it in, thousands a month, I just don't give it my full effort.

I have made closer to £1500 but I have spent some of it, I just know that I currently have about £1130 and I'm going to syphon the £130 into my normal bank account tonight to spend in real life.

I would suggest setting up 2 current accounts and have one just for MB. A float of about £300 should be enough to get you going. Some of the winnings have come from straight punting and getting lucky with the casion offers. I'm currently doing bingo sign up offers.

You will make hundreds off the easy sign up offers alone. The bet365 offer is very good once you have a big float.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Le Cut Inside Mane » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:18 am

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Why did you choose PA over Oddsmonkey just out of interest?

I googled Matched Betting before you mentioned Oddsmonkey and profitaccumulator was the top result. They are the biggest one according to themselves.

I'm small fry mate, people are absolutely coining it in, thousands a month, I just don't give it my full effort.

This is what I was going to ask, how do you continue to make money with it once you've used up all the bonuses?

You will make hundreds off the easy sign up offers alone. The bet365 offer is very good once you have a big float.

I'm already a member of 365 :wave:

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Le Cut Inside Mane » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:23 am

Damie Karras wrote:How much time consuming is this? I can't stay on top of fantasy footie so betting everyday might not work out


You just get back what you put in tbh. You can't lose money so it's not as if you would have to be on top of it everyday.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:26 am

I was already a member but I hadn't opted into the deposit bonus, so check your bet365 and it should be sat there in available promos or whatever.

Sustained profit will come from always taking casino offers, I haven't even touched the horse racing and grey hound stuff really yet in MB terms and that is steady money due to the amount of races. Bookies run promotions throughout the season "reload offers". For now just smash the sign up offers and get a feel for it.

*** For people asking how much time you need to put in, the answer is as much as you can spare, just take your time, if you rush then you can back the wrong result etc at the exchange**

Sign up to Smarkets as they only Charge 2% commission compared to betfairs 5%

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Le Cut Inside Mane » Fri Sep 29, 2017 3:57 pm

Nice one. I'm confused what you mean about the horse racing and grey hound stuff though? do they have separate bonuses?

Betfred only takes a day to withdraw :icon_thumbsup:
Matchbook takes 2-3 days.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:58 pm

The horses etc have offers like "If your horse finishes 2nd then get your stake back as a free bet" - basically there are ways to make money of them.

But the comisssion they take at betfair will add up and eat into your profits eventually compared to Smarkets. I have an account for both but Betfair also run Paddy Power so be carfeul laying bets off when you the PP offer as they will see what you are upto. Once you have a big enough float leave it in the exchange. I have about £300 in my current account and about £1000 in my Smarkets account.

If you're big into Betfair then Oddsmnkey have Berfair intergration now which means you can link to your Betfair account and lay bets without leaving OM site

Link your Betfair account

We've found the missing link: it's the one between your Betfair and OddsMonkey accounts. Once you've linked these accounts, you'll be able to place your Betfair bets directly in our tools.

Think of the time you'll save! To do this, you just need to sign in to your Betfair account by clicking on the link button below, review the permissions and authorise OddsMonkey to make the connection.

You should only need to do this once. OddsMonkey will not have access to your Betfair username or password as you will be logging directly into the Betfair website - we only store the authorisation token provided by Betfair.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Le Cut Inside Mane » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:37 pm

Ahhh nice one. Yeah I can't deposit into Smarkets until my withdrawal is complete so I'm probably going to leave some of my winnings in there from now on.

Put 4 bets on so far this morning, all with bonuses coming back :icon_thumbsup:

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Fri Sep 29, 2017 6:12 pm

:toppa:

You're flying through it. Take it steady though and use a spreadsheet to monitor what you've laid off and profit etc

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Le Cut Inside Mane » Fri Sep 29, 2017 10:40 pm

Yeah luckily I know how to use excel so I've got a few formulas going to work out my profit automatically :icon_thumbsup:


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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Fri Sep 29, 2017 11:31 pm

This is an example one of the reload offers that can keep you earning during the footy season, I can lock in about £35 off this or just punt it.

Up to £50 Free In-Play Bet on Chelsea v Man City
Chelsea take on Man City in the Premier League on Saturday 30th September – and we’re giving you a Free In-Play Bet to thank you for placing your Soccer bets with us. T&Cs apply.
How it works:
• Place a pre-match single bet on the Chelsea v Man City game.
• You will receive a Free In-Play Bet to the value of your largest pre-match bet (max Free In-Play Bet value £50) to use as the stake on any Chelsea v Man City In-Play market.
• Your Free In-Play Bet will only become available once the game starts.
• To use your Free In-Play Bet, simply add an In-Play selection to the bet slip once the game starts, and select the ‘Use Free Bet’ option next to that selection.

See Significant Offer Terms & Conditions Below*.

Returns exclude Free In-Play Bet stake. Only customers who receive the promotional email and/or web message are eligible for this offer.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Le Cut Inside Mane » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:33 am

£58 from 4 bets today :icon_thumbsup:


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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Oh Dear » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:01 pm

The family are on a winning streak at the mo. My dad won 45 quid, and my uncle got a grand off some premium bonds.

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Re: How much do you put on the lottery?

Postby Macho Man Randy Savage » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:14 am

Lend us a tenner.


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