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Risk Free bet at Bet365 on Liverpool v Swansea 29/12/14

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Bet365 are offering a matched, risk free in play bet on the Liverpool Swansea game tonight of up to £50. If you place a pre match bet, you can place an in play bet to the same value and if it loses, i… Read More
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Bet365 are offering a matched, risk free in play bet on the Liverpool Swansea game tonight of up to £50. If you place a pre match bet, you can place an in play bet to the same value and if it loses, it will be refunded. There are a number of ways of guaranteeing profit here by betting against yourself. Eg you can bet pre match there will be over 0.5 goals in the game (a single goal) and then bet the £50 in play on 0-0 as soon as the game kicks off. You will profit a couple of pounds if there is a goal. If the games end 0-0 however, you could profit around £400. Alternatievly you can wait a while into the game to see if there is a goal. If there is and your pre match bet comes in (at odds of around 1/20) you effectively have a free £50 punt at whatever outcome you fancy.

8pm kick off - so you'll need to be available at around 8:01 to place the corresponding follow up bet.
- Silhouette

The profit ONLY works if you bet the Liverpool/Win bet FIRST/PreMatch
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#1
New accounts only?
#2
Nope, anyone. I have done this about 5 times in the last year. It is a special offer they often email to customers.
1 Like #3
surely the best thing is the put £50 on liverpool before kick off and immediately after kick off put the bonus £50 on swansea double chance (win or draw).

so £86 if liverpool win (£36 profit) and £57.50 (£7.50 Profit) back if its a draw or swansea win.




Edited By: fiffio on Dec 29, 2014 14:46: typo
#4
So, for example, if I did place at 1/20 a £50 bet for a goal.

"you can place an in play bet to the same value and if it loses, it will be refunded"

Are you sure the second bet is refunded and *not* as a free bet token?
EDIT: Just read the T&C and it does say refunded to your account - so you'd just have to withdraw it. Cool.

So my "in-play" £50 would be for a 0-0 draw at 12/1.

PS I cant find a 0.5 goals or more... The minimum looks like Over/Under 2.5 goals.

What about:

PreBet Double Chance Swansea/Draw (23/20), £50 pays £107.50 [+£57.50]

Then at kick off, your inplay is Liverpool to win (8/11) £50 pays £86 [+36.00]
#5
fiffio
surely the best thing is the put £50 on liverpool before kick off and immediately after kick off put the bonus £50 on swansea double chance (win or draw)

Beat me to my post by about 12 seconds...

That'll teach me for going into detail :D
1 Like #6
Ah, but Liverpool are less than even money - so its a £100 outlay, so if Liverpool win and you win £86 - you're actually down £14 right?
1 Like #7
Silhouette
Ah, but Liverpool are less than even money - so its a £100 outlay, so if Liverpool win and you win £86 - you're actually down £14 right?

Nope, ignore me - because they'll refund the losing bet. Duh.
#8
Silhouette
Silhouette
Ah, but Liverpool are less than even money - so its a £100 outlay, so if Liverpool win and you win £86 - you're actually down £14 right?

Nope, ignore me - because they'll refund the losing bet. Duh.
meaning £36 up

there will probably be a catch about withdrawing from your 265 account though right?

Edited By: JC2MULTIPLAYER000 on Dec 29, 2014 14:43
#9
hmm too good to be true?
2 Likes #10
Just to be clear, you need to stake £100 here. Bet £50 pre game and then you get a £50 no lose bet. It's not a "bonus" £50, you're staking £100 of your own money but can do so in a way which means you will make profit. Beware that the T&C's allow Bet365 to void bets of this nature but having said that they have run these kind of promos for years and I've never had any of mine voided, it is however a risk you ought to be aware of.
#11
holdendeforge
Just to be clear, you need to stake £100 here. Bet £50 pre game and then you get a £50 no lose bet. It's not a "bonus" £50, you're staking £100 of your own money but can do so in a way which means you will make profit. Beware that the T&C's allow Bet365 to void bets of this nature but having said that they have run these kind of promos for years and I've never had any of mine voided, it is however a risk you ought to be aware of.

Spot on.

The T&Cs do say that they can charge an administrative charge up to the sum of free bets etc, but like Holdendeforge says, ive never heard of this happening.

There is a massive urge to wait to see what happens in the match first... but that 'renegade' big profit style approach usually ends in tears.
#12
Not sure that's true holdendeforge. Last time i put a £50 bet on man city and there was an option to place £50 free bet on the away or draw option once I added it to current coupon. Did not need to use my own money so only staking £50 on the home win and the free bonus £50 bet on away or draw.

The catch is you do not get to the keep the bonus stake, just the winnings, so place £50 returns £86 if pool win and returns £57.50 if its a draw or swansea wins. ie its free money whether its £7.50 or £36 at current odds.
#13
not voted either way, as although this can guarantee profit, the B365 t&cs state they can void any conflicting bets that guarantee profit for customers. I know they are very unlikely to do it but because they can.....
#14
is the refund a free bet or withdrawable cash?
#15
8pm kick off - so you'll need to be available at around 8:01 to place the corresponding follow up bet.
#16
AStonedRaichu
is the refund a free bet or withdrawable cash?

T&C Point 5.
Both your pre-match and in-play bet must be paid for in the usual way (i.e. deposit £100, dont use matched funds or welcome bonus for one of them). If your risk free bet loses (the in-play bet) your stake will be refunded to your account within two hours of the end of the game. Maximum risk free bet is £50 per customer.


Clearly states its refunded to your account
#17
Refund is withdrawable.

Fiffio, possible that was a different promo, certainly when I have done this in the past it's always been a no lose bet, not a free bet. Certainly looks the case here https://mobile.bet365.com/premium/?lng=1#type=Offer;key=535;ip=1;lng=1
#18
quizmaniac
inplay £50 bet is Swansea or the draw to return £107.50 total. so i either have a profit of £36 or £7,50 with no risk.

Ah yes, I assumed you get the pre-match bet back... So its £36 or £7.50.
#19
Doh, I think I might have done this the wrong way round.

The pre-match bet is NOT refunded, whatever happens. But can you place a double chance in play?

So my pre-match bet of Swansea Double Chance, pays £107.50. If Liverpool wins, my inplay bet returns £86.

So I dont get my £50 back pre-bet - and my in-play bet isnt refunded...because it wins?!

So I do actually lose £14?
#20
Silhouette
Doh, I think I might have done this the wrong way round.

The pre-match bet is NOT refunded, whatever happens. But can you place a double chance in play?

So my pre-match bet of Swansea Double Chance, pays £107.50. If Liverpool wins, my inplay bet returns £86.

So I dont get my £50 back pre-bet - and my in-play bet isnt refunded...because it wins?!

So I do actually lose £14?


I have a headache reading everything you have put
#21
always been refunded within 2 hours to my account no problems.

easy way to make a risk free profit.
#22
quizmaniac
easy way to make a risk free profit.

ReRead the above post... I dont think its risk-free.

Even if you *can* place an in-game double chance (I thought double chance could only be played pre-kick-off and wasnt an ingame selection?)

I think you *need* to put the Liverpool win as the FIRST bet - and the double chance as the in-play bet...

Can anyone confirm you can place a double chance "in-game"
#23
Silhouette
quizmaniac
easy way to make a risk free profit.

ReRead the above post... I dont think its risk-free.

Even if you *can* place an in-game double chance (I thought double chance could only be played pre-kick-off and wasnt an ingame selection?)

I think you *need* to put the Liverpool win as the FIRST bet - and the double chance as the in-play bet...

Can anyone confirm you can place a double chance "in-game"

Looking at the in-game's that are on right now FC Porto's Under 19's you can place an in-play double chance!
#24
clint2012
Looking at the in-game's that are on right now FC Porto's Under 19's you can place an in-play double chance!

Thats exactly what I just did.

So the profit ONLY works if you bet the Liverpool/Win bet FIRST.
1 Like #25
Silhouette
clint2012
Looking at the in-game's that are on right now FC Porto's Under 19's you can place an in-play double chance!

Thats exactly what I just did.

So the profit ONLY works if you bet the Liverpool/Win bet FIRST.

How do you need to put Liverpool to win as your first bet? Have you not been watching them recently? My money is on a draw at best
2 Likes #26
Id say the best idea would be to just stick the 100 quid on liverpool to loose
#27
If you bet £50 ingame and win, will they only give you the winnings and not the £50?
1 Like #28
AStonedRaichu
How do you need to put Liverpool to win as your first bet? Have you not been watching them recently?

Yes, punditry and expertese of the recent results, could sway a bet.

*BUT* for guaranteed profit, the Liverpool bet has to be first.

The PreBet is not risk free, the InGame is. So InGame bet *HAS* to return over £100 off a £50 stake to cover the PreBet.

At Anfield... I reckon the £36 profit will come in :D But £7.50 will be worth it to watch Liverpool lose

(We're an Arsenal/Liverpool household - and im the Gunner)
#29
How about pre game over 1.5 goals £61.11 pot returns with your in play bet refunded and in play over 1.5 goals which would return £200. So that would be a £11.11 profit on the over 1.5 goals or a £100 profit on under 1.5 goals
#30
Slash
If you bet £50 ingame and win, will they only give you the winnings and not the £50?

No, its not a free bet (i.e. winnings only) You have to place 2x £50 bets out of your own funds.

So £100 down - and the in-game bet is refunded if it loses.

So if your ingame bet wins, the prebet isnt refunded, so you'll have paid out both bets and no refunds.

But in the above example at 23/20, you'll actually win £107.50 ingame - so be £7.50 up if Liverpool fail to win.
#31
Put your £50 ON SWANS TO WIN, AND YOUR £50 IN PLAY ON SHELVEY TO SCORE AT ANY TIME
#32
swansgoup
Put your £50 ON SWANS TO WIN, AND YOUR £50 IN PLAY ON SHELVEY TO SCORE AT ANY TIME

3-1 lfc or 2-2 I reckon.
#33
neilward
How about pre game over 1.5 goals £61.11 pot returns with your in play bet refunded and in play over 1.5 goals which would return £200. So that would be a £11.11 profit on the over 1.5 goals or a £100 profit on under 1.5 goals

I cant see 1.5 goals on the mobile app, but O/U 2.5 goals is O 4/5 and U 1/1

So if you bet the short odds first (i.e. to ensure profit) so Over 2.5 Goals £50 = £90

Under 2.5 Goals inplay 1/1 £50 = £100.

So you'd make £40 on Over 2.5 goals (long shot in my eyes) and break even for Under.
#34
swansgoup
Put your £50 ON SWANS TO WIN, AND YOUR £50 IN PLAY ON SHELVEY TO SCORE AT ANY TIME

As with anything in life the greater the risk the more you stand to make. However it would take a brave person to bet £50 on that!
#35
this is is all refunded as cash asell 4th one this month with guarenteed profit got 70 from chelsea one 80 from united one
#36
i would recommend doing the in play on swansea and if it cashs out more than 110 cash out for 10er profit then ride it out n hope liverpool win this happened with my arsenal one and got in excess if 100 quid

please note it needs ti cash out over the original outlay otherwise youll lose

i think bony will score first then 3 1 liverpool have a funny feeling
1 Like #37
Bet 50 pre match over 0.5 total goals,

£5 ish on 0-0 on a different site, pre match.


Play your £50 in play on ANYTHING, - if this loses, you will get it returned in withdrawable cash
#38
DBoniface
please note it needs ti cash out over the original outlay otherwise youll lose

Exactly, hence why the £86 paying Liverpool bet has to be first, so the Swansea £107.50 bet in-play covers the £100 outlay.

But yes - whatever risky endeavour people are feeling...

If everyone is putting their predictions down too... its Liverpool 2-0 all day long with Lallana and Sterling on the scoresheet (if Lallana starts)

Otherwise - its Gerrard.
#39
i would be vary about doing over 0.5 goals and 0 0 because they say it cant be used for guarenteed profit and all outcomes are covered on bet365 you want something like 50 on liverpool then 50 on draw in play and 20 on another website for swansea so its not all on one website
#40
KL88
£5 ish on 0-0 on a different site, pre match

0-0 is pretty much 12/1 across every site - so you'd win £65 on the £5 bet, +£10

I cant seem to see O/U 0.5 Goals anywhere - can someone post the odds on that please.

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