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Risk Free In Play Bet On Bayern Munich vs Arsenal @ Bet365 (Free Money!)

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For new and existing customers! One of the best bookie offers is here again. All you need to do is place a bet of up to £50 on any market pre match. Then place a bet of equal value while the match … Read More
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For new and existing customers!

One of the best bookie offers is here again. All you need to do is place a bet of up to £50 on any market pre match. Then place a bet of equal value while the match is in play and if your in play bet loses then your stake will be refunded after the game. (as cash so it can be withdrawn, not as a free bet)

An example of how to guarentee money:
Bet "no" on both teams to score in the first have pre match at 1/5. Returns £60.
As soon as the game starts bet "yes" at 10/3. Returns £166.
You will therefore either make £10 profit, or £110 profit.
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1 Like #1
If you dont want to do that method then place a bet of over 0.5 goals pre match (almost certain to come in) then bet your free bet on anything you like. e.g correct score at something like 10/1.
#2
BurnToasT333
Terrible advice, and a sure why to get your account gubbed.
Do not use the bookie as your exchange market.

Me and all my mates do this every time. Had some decent wins too. None of us have ever had an issue.
#3
BurnToasT333
Terrible advice, and a sure why to get your account gubbed.
Do not use the bookie as your exchange market.

I know loads of people who have been doing this for ages, never had any problem with it.
#4
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.

Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.

Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.
#5
BurnToasT333
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.
Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.
Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.

Never heard of anyone having their account restricted.
#6
CoeK
BurnToasT333
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.
Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.
Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.
Never heard of anyone having their account restricted.


https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+gubbed&oq=bet365+account+gubbed&aqs=chrome..69i57.4107j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8


https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+restricted&oq=bet365+account+restricted&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.6165j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Edited By: BurnToasT333 on Feb 13, 2017 12:15
1 Like #7
BurnToasT333
CoeK
BurnToasT333
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.
Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.
Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.
Never heard of anyone having their account restricted.
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+gubbed&oq=bet365+account+gubbed&aqs=chrome..69i57.4107j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+restricted&oq=bet365+account+restricted&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.6165j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
The majority of members on here probably haven't even got a bet365 account let alone care whether it's blocked. As said above it is extremely rare this even happens. People who care about gambling as much as you either are addicts or are professional gamblers. So as the post suggests it's free money for a quick outlay just don't gamble the profits/stake.
#8
BurnToasT333
CoeK
BurnToasT333
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.
Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.
Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.
Never heard of anyone having their account restricted.
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+gubbed&oq=bet365+account+gubbed&aqs=chrome..69i57.4107j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+restricted&oq=bet365+account+restricted&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.6165j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Links to google searches. You could have just said google it.
#9
CoeK
BurnToasT333
CoeK
BurnToasT333
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.
Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.
Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.
Never heard of anyone having their account restricted.
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+gubbed&oq=bet365+account+gubbed&aqs=chrome..69i57.4107j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+restricted&oq=bet365+account+restricted&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.6165j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
Links to google searches. You could have just said google it.


Thought I'd be helpful.
#10
JohnnyRoller
BurnToasT333
CoeK
BurnToasT333
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.
Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.
Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.
Never heard of anyone having their account restricted.
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+gubbed&oq=bet365+account+gubbed&aqs=chrome..69i57.4107j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+restricted&oq=bet365+account+restricted&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.6165j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
The majority of members on here probably haven't even got a bet365 account let alone care whether it's blocked. As said above it is extremely rare this even happens. People who care about gambling as much as you either are addicts or are professional gamblers. So as the post suggests it's free money for a quick outlay just don't gamble the profits/stake.

They may they may not but rather advise people on the better solutions on how to do it.

If they aware that there is better ways to do it they may search and discover that there is a wealth of money to be made if you do it correctly and neither due to addiction nor professionally.

These 365 offers are nowhere as frequent as they used to be but they still do come around so rather not risk loosing the account for a quick buck.
#11
BurnToasT333
JohnnyRoller
BurnToasT333
CoeK
BurnToasT333
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.
Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.
Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.
Never heard of anyone having their account restricted.
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+gubbed&oq=bet365+account+gubbed&aqs=chrome..69i57.4107j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+restricted&oq=bet365+account+restricted&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.6165j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
The majority of members on here probably haven't even got a bet365 account let alone care whether it's blocked. As said above it is extremely rare this even happens. People who care about gambling as much as you either are addicts or are professional gamblers. So as the post suggests it's free money for a quick outlay just don't gamble the profits/stake.
They may they may not but rather advise people on the better solutions on how to do it.
If they aware that there is better ways to do it they may search and discover that there is a wealth of money to be made if you do it correctly and neither due to addiction nor professionally.
These 365 offers are nowhere as frequent as they used to be but they still do come around so rather not risk loosing the account for a quick buck.
Bad weekend? Chelsea let you down?
#12
jaylovesit
BurnToasT333
JohnnyRoller
BurnToasT333
CoeK
BurnToasT333
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.
Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.
Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.
Never heard of anyone having their account restricted.
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+gubbed&oq=bet365+account+gubbed&aqs=chrome..69i57.4107j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+restricted&oq=bet365+account+restricted&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.6165j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
The majority of members on here probably haven't even got a bet365 account let alone care whether it's blocked. As said above it is extremely rare this even happens. People who care about gambling as much as you either are addicts or are professional gamblers. So as the post suggests it's free money for a quick outlay just don't gamble the profits/stake.
They may they may not but rather advise people on the better solutions on how to do it.
If they aware that there is better ways to do it they may search and discover that there is a wealth of money to be made if you do it correctly and neither due to addiction nor professionally.
These 365 offers are nowhere as frequent as they used to be but they still do come around so rather not risk loosing the account for a quick buck.
Bad weekend? Chelsea let you down?


For simply providing advise?
#13
BurnToasT333
jaylovesit
BurnToasT333
JohnnyRoller
BurnToasT333
CoeK
BurnToasT333
There are a lot better ways to be doing this whilst still being risk free and still guaranteeing yourself a profit.
Your first theory is a good one but do not do it at the same bookie as you will be using them as an "exchange" and risk your account being restricted and you will no longer be eligible for bonuses like this and likely have your max stake restriction. Rather use an exchange and use a proper calculator to work out how much you need to lay off the bet there by minimizing your qualifying loss.
Your second idea is just betting and therefore do not guarantee any profit as nothing is for certain.
Never heard of anyone having their account restricted.
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+gubbed&oq=bet365+account+gubbed&aqs=chrome..69i57.4107j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=bet365+account+restricted&oq=bet365+account+restricted&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.6165j1j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
The majority of members on here probably haven't even got a bet365 account let alone care whether it's blocked. As said above it is extremely rare this even happens. People who care about gambling as much as you either are addicts or are professional gamblers. So as the post suggests it's free money for a quick outlay just don't gamble the profits/stake.
They may they may not but rather advise people on the better solutions on how to do it.
If they aware that there is better ways to do it they may search and discover that there is a wealth of money to be made if you do it correctly and neither due to addiction nor professionally.
These 365 offers are nowhere as frequent as they used to be but they still do come around so rather not risk loosing the account for a quick buck.
Bad weekend? Chelsea let you down?
For simply providing advise?
Ahhhhh, West Ham n Brom. Ruined my bet too. But that's gambling eh?
#14
Brilliant, thanks!
#15
Some explanation on here might make it a little less cold
#16
there's always a long discussion when this offer comes along, and so many ways to play it,
read http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/risk-free-play-bet-bet365-for-barcelona-v-man-city-2529808 comments when it was on before
2 Likes #17
Should be a cricket score over the two legs, can't wait to see the rants on Arsenal Fan TV.
#18
Been waiting for the come back of this
#19
Come on the draw
#20
Easiest risk free bet you'll ever get
#21
so how does this work don't have much idea about betting as don't believe in gambling but if there's no risk then it's not a gamble is it. so do u just put 2 opposite bets and a garunteed to get more than u put down. or its more complex than that.
#22
MynameisM
so how does this work don't have much idea about betting as don't believe in gambling but if there's no risk then it's not a gamble is it. so do u just put 2 opposite bets and a garunteed to get more than u put down. or its more complex than that.


There is always a risk. By placing the bets to guarantee a greater return with Bet365 you are going against their t&cs and they have every right not to pay up. Having said that if done right the very least you could get is a risk free £50 bet.
#23
jdrob123
MynameisM
so how does this work don't have much idea about betting as don't believe in gambling but if there's no risk then it's not a gamble is it. so do u just put 2 opposite bets and a garunteed to get more than u put down. or its more complex than that.


There is always a risk. By placing the bets to guarantee a greater return with Bet365 you are going against their t&cs and they have every right not to pay up. Having said that if done right the very least you could get is a risk free £50 bet.


Could you elaborate on that last sentence please?
1 Like #24
Peew971
jdrob123
MynameisM
so how does this work don't have much idea about betting as don't believe in gambling but if there's no risk then it's not a gamble is it. so do u just put 2 opposite bets and a garunteed to get more than u put down. or its more complex than that.
There is always a risk. By placing the bets to guarantee a greater return with Bet365 you are going against their t&cs and they have every right not to pay up. Having said that if done right the very least you could get is a risk free £50 bet.
Could you elaborate on that last sentence please?

Place one part of the bet an another bookmaker so as not to 100% guarantee a win at Bet365.
1 Like #25
Peew971
Could you elaborate on that last sentence please?

If you play 2 bets with Bet365 which will GUARANTEE you a win whatever the outcome of the match, you are breaking their T&Cs and Bet365 MAY refuse to pay out (and may even terminate your account).

Having said this, you will always get loads of people who will pipe up and say they always do this and get away with it. But equally, Bet365 DO regularly ban people every time this promo is run.

However, it is EASY to GUARANTEE a win (or get a free £50 bet) WITHOUT breaking Bet365's T&C's - but you will need to place one bet with another DIFFERENT bookie.

Here's one way to guarantee some free money whatever the outcome without breaking any T&C's:

1. Place a £50 PRE-MATCH bet on Bayern to win @ odds of 1.50 with Bet365
2. Place a £10 PRE-MATCH bet on Arsenal to win @ odds of 7.00 with any OTHER bookie
3. Place a £50 IN-PLAY bet on a draw @ odds of 4.50 with Bet365

Outcomes:
If Arsenal win - Profit: £70 - £10 - £50 = £10
If it's a Draw - Profit: £225 - £10 - £50 - £50 = £115 (so this is the outcome you are really hoping for!)
If Bayern win - Profit: £75 - £10 - £50 = £15

Remember that the odds may fluctuate before the match - so I usually put the pre-match bets on a couple of hours before the game starts.

HTH ;)


Edited By: cb-uk on Feb 13, 2017 23:47
#26
julieallen
Peew971
jdrob123
MynameisM
so how does this work don't have much idea about betting as don't believe in gambling but if there's no risk then it's not a gamble is it. so do u just put 2 opposite bets and a garunteed to get more than u put down. or its more complex than that.
There is always a risk. By placing the bets to guarantee a greater return with Bet365 you are going against their t&cs and they have every right not to pay up. Having said that if done right the very least you could get is a risk free £50 bet.
Could you elaborate on that last sentence please?

Place one part of the bet an another bookmaker so as not to 100% guarantee a win at Bet365.


So £50 on Bayern to win, then £50 on Arsenal to win and bet the draw with someone else, that's correct?
#27
Peew971
So £50 on Bayern to win, then £50 on Arsenal to win and bet the draw with someone else, that's correct?

No, not if you want to end up with a profit.

You need to factor in the actual odds, as per the example I gave. The lowest odds will be your pre-match Bet365 bet. The highest odds is the bet you place elsewhere, but with a lower stake. The middle odds bet is your Bet365 inplay.
#28
Got it. Thank you very much.
#29
anyone unsure about the offer and gambling in general stay away,
i told a mate exactly how to do it after i'd won a few ££ several times on this offer, he came into work the next day £50 down complaining they never credited the risk free £50 and didn't place an in-play bet!
#30
free money, click here to see how!

lel
1 Like #31
korky69
anyone unsure about the offer and gambling in general stay away,
i told a mate exactly how to do it after i'd won a few ££ several times on this offer, he came into work the next day £50 down complaining they never credited the risk free £50 and didn't place an in-play bet!

Ouch!
#32
They ban you on taking part in offers even if you abide by their terms and conditions. Happened to my wifes account as all she used it for was this offer.
#33
These offers are great. I love free money.
No risk, just free money :-)
#34
did this last time can end up wining lots or not much...usally alot of messing for a tenna
#35
5Rivers79
They ban you on taking part in offers even if you abide by their terms and conditions. Happened to my wifes account as all she used it for was this offer.
I got banned last season too - if you only use the account for promotions and/or under evens bets, the banhammer awaits.
#36
Check this out if you are unsure how it works and what to put your money on.
http://www.inplayman.com/single-post/2016/05/26/Bet365-Inplay-Bet-Offer-Real-Madrid-vs-Atletico-Madrid-1
#37
His method 1 and 2 seem to be against terms and conditions? Can you place bets that gaurantee a win on bet 365?
#38
cb-uk
Peew971
Could you elaborate on that last sentence please?
If you play 2 bets with Bet365 which will GUARANTEE you a win whatever the outcome of the match, you are breaking their T&Cs and Bet365 MAY refuse to pay out (and may even terminate your account).
Having said this, you will always get loads of people who will pipe up and say they always do this and get away with it. But equally, Bet365 DO regularly ban people every time this promo is run.
However, it is EASY to GUARANTEE a win (or get a free £50 bet) WITHOUT breaking Bet365's T&C's - but you will need to place one bet with another DIFFERENT bookie.
Here's one way to guarantee some free money whatever the outcome without breaking any T&C's:
1. Place a £50 PRE-MATCH bet on Bayern to win @ odds of 1.50 with Bet365
2. Place a £10 PRE-MATCH bet on Arsenal to win @ odds of 7.00 with any OTHER bookie
3. Place a £50 IN-PLAY bet on a draw @ odds of 4.50 with Bet365
Outcomes:
If Arsenal win - Profit: £70 - £10 - £50 = £10
If it's a Draw - Profit: £225 - £10 - £50 - £50 = £115 (so this is the outcome you are really hoping for!)
If Bayern win - Profit: £75 - £10 - £50 = £15
Remember that the odds may fluctuate before the match - so I usually put the pre-match bets on a couple of hours before the game starts.
HTH ;)

The only oversight with this approach is that the odds on a draw will likely drop a bit as soon as the game kicks off. I'm hoping they don't drop below 4.
1 Like #39
uksparky
The only oversight with this approach is that the odds on a draw will likely drop a bit as soon as the game kicks off. I'm hoping they don't drop below 4.

This is exactly why I leave my pre-match bets until a couple of hours before the match - and place my in-play draw bet on in the first 5 minutes of play.

Remember that all in-play prices are extremely dynamic based on play. Unless Arsenal scores in the first few minutes (or looks unexpectedly strong), you may find the draw odds will drop from (say) 4.5 to 4.4 - but it's unlikely they will immediately plummet.

I have always made money using this strategy - although a fair few people always manage to stuff it up by not following basic maths.

HTH ;)
#40
cb-uk
uksparky
The only oversight with this approach is that the odds on a draw will likely drop a bit as soon as the game kicks off. I'm hoping they don't drop below 4.
This is exactly why I leave my pre-match bets until a couple of hours before the match - and place my in-play draw bet on in the first 5 minutes of play.
Remember that all in-play prices are extremely dynamic based on play. Unless Arsenal scores in the first few minutes (or looks unexpectedly strong), you may find the draw odds will drop from (say) 4.5 to 4.4 - but it's unlikely they will immediately plummet.
I have always made money using this strategy - although a fair few people always manage to stuff it up by not following basic maths.
HTH ;)
Credit for explanation.

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