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Got a "Torres" or "Carroll" adult football top? We’ll give you a £50 bet for it – and send it on to someone who really needs it!

It's really simple. All you have to do is:
1. Send your shirt to Paddy Power Silver Lining, Unit 4, Capel Close, Fairwood Industrial Park, Leacon Road, Ashford, Kent, TN23 4GY
2. Include a short note with your NAME, PHONE NUMBER, email address (if you have one) and Paddy Power Username. (If you don’t have a Paddy Power account – open one at http://www.paddypower.com, it’s easy.)

- Shirts must be received by the 1st of March
- All shirts must be ADULT sizes with Carroll or Torres plus relevant number on the back

We'll do the rest, and let you know when your free bet has been credited to your account! All the shirts collected will be distributed to those who need them around the world.

- Please remember to be careful to give us your exact username.
- Over 18s only!.
- One official replica adult shirt per household.
- Free bet stake is not returned in winnings.

SportsDirect are sellling Torres Adult shirts for £20, nice profit to be made.

http://www.sportsdirect.com/adidas-liverpool-home-shirt-2010-2012-prem-badges-torres-9-379052


- Ashamuk

N.B Sports Direct charge £3.99 P+P
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#1
So basically send them toilet paper? HOT!
#2
Looks like a good offer .where did you see it promoted ?
#3
Isnt sports direct doing the torres shirt for £20?
1 Like #4
Nuff Said
Looks like a good offer .where did you see it promoted ?


Saw it mentioned on twitter (_;) ... link above is taking me to casino, actual link is:

http://paddypower.com/popup/torres-caroll-freebet.html
#5
cool...ill just go pop a name and number on my mates scouse shirt n send it in
1 Like #6
farhadmaster
So basically send them toilet paper? HOT!

Shame you cant! lol
#7
What about my 9 year olds top? He's gutted.

I'm off to steam of the 'TORRES' and number '9' from his Chrimbo pressie.
2 Likes #8
farhadmaster
So basically send them toilet paper? HOT!

You could even sent them "pre-owned" toilet paper and get an even better deal...

http://cdn.tribesportsshopping.co.uk/products/images/000/497/807/show/2010-11-man-utd-nike-home-shirt-g-neville-2.jpg

Edited By: Liverpool_Bear on Feb 04, 2011 20:41
2 Likes #9
Gary Neville is a red, he...hates...scousers!

:)
2 Likes #10
mamboboy
Liverpool_Bear
farhadmaster
So basically send them toilet paper? HOT!
You could even sent them "pre-owned" toilet paper and get an even better deal...http://cdn.tribesportsshopping.co.uk/products/images/000/497/807/show/2010-11-man-utd-nike-home-shirt-g-neville-2.jpg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QubF5Afcuek

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMbeyQlVI2g
8 Likes #11
Should do it for old Sunderland shirts as well, though not sure how many blokes actually had Bent on the back of their shirts mind......

:D
3 Likes #12
tefg
Should do it for old Sunderland shirts as well, though not sure how many blokes actually had Bent on the back of their shirts mind......:D

Elton John became a Villa fan upon hearing they had Young & Bent upfront...
#13
Have they got this 'sewn up' up in the small print with 'official' shirt, don't know a lot about this stuff but I smell a copout by PP
#14
Liverpool_Bear
farhadmaster
So basically send them toilet paper? HOT!


You could even sent them "pre-owned" toilet paper and get an even better deal...

http://cdn.tribesportsshopping.co.uk/products/images/000/497/807/show/2010-11-man-utd-nike-home-shirt-g-neville-2.jpg


Hahaha! Liverpool fans really are jealous of Man Utd aren't they?! It's a bit sad really
5 Likes #15
Looks OK - apart from this bit that might surprise some people when they go to cash out:

Free bet stake is not returned in winnings.


So you bet on Chelsea to beat Liverpool (currently at 8/13) - using your £50 bet.

Normally you'd expect your stake back (of £50) plus your £30.77 winnings - making £80.77 - in this case you'd only get £30.77.

Still a good deal if your bet comes in. Otherwise you've just lost a shirt and paid p&p to get it to them - I'd feel a bit short-changed if this happened.

I suppose you could always bet on something that's almost guaranteed, but then you'll win even less and by the time you consider the p&p and the hassle and the risk of not winning - may not be worth it.

If your a gambler anyway and you happen to have a shirt knocking around - a good deal, but probably not worth going out and buying one just for this purpose.
1 Like #16
Just lay the best off at close odds, could easily make a guaranteed £40
#17
mobbsy9
Just lay the best off at close odds, could easily make a guaranteed £40


How does this work then, is there a hard way to make a guaranteed £40 ?
#18
Liverpool_Bear
mamboboy
Liverpool_Bear
farhadmaster
So basically send them toilet paper? HOT!
You could even sent them "pre-owned" toilet paper and get an even better deal...http://cdn.tribesportsshopping.co.uk/products/images/000/497/807/show/2010-11-man-utd-nike-home-shirt-g-neville-2.jpg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QubF5Afcuek



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMbeyQlVI2g


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jn0HAvbAPDg
#19
americanonpurpose
Liverpool_Bear
farhadmaster
So basically send them toilet paper? HOT!


You could even sent them "pre-owned" toilet paper and get an even better deal...

http://cdn.tribesportsshopping.co.uk/products/images/000/497/807/show/2010-11-man-utd-nike-home-shirt-g-neville-2.jpg


Hahaha! Liverpool fans really are jealous of Man Utd aren't they?! It's a bit sad really


That must be why we sing songs about Scousers when we are playing the likes of Stoke or Fulham...

Irony alert in meltdown.
#20
Liverpool_Bear
mamboboy
Liverpool_Bear
farhadmaster
So basically send them toilet paper? HOT!
You could even sent them "pre-owned" toilet paper and get an even better deal...http://cdn.tribesportsshopping.co.uk/products/images/000/497/807/show/2010-11-man-utd-nike-home-shirt-g-neville-2.jpg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QubF5Afcuek



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMbeyQlVI2g


Oh well done. We are being invited to mock what appears to be a quite sick child at 0:32! Grow up.
1 Like #21
Liverpool_Bear
tefg
Should do it for old Sunderland shirts as well, though not sure how many blokes actually had Bent on the back of their shirts mind......:D

Elton John became a Villa fan upon hearing they had Young & Bent upfront...

hear Gary Glitter is a fan, too;)
#22
SportsDirect are sellling Torres Adult shirts for £20, nice profit to be made.

http://www.sportsdirect.com/adidas-liverpool-home-shirt-2010-2012-prem-badges-torres-9-379052
#23
gazw
mobbsy9
Just lay the best off at close odds, could easily make a guaranteed £40


How does this work then, is there a hard way to make a guaranteed £40 ?

I'm interested as well. Perhaps mobbsy9 could give an example to make the "easy" £40?
#24
great promotion

mind you just saw this: Free bet stake is not returned in winnings.....

Edited By: roryk83 on Feb 05, 2011 10:07
#25
Bet those scousers that burnt their torres shirts are annoyed now, thats a months worth of wages down the drain
#26
lolamont
gazw
mobbsy9
Just lay the best off at close odds, could easily make a guaranteed £40


How does this work then, is there a hard way to make a guaranteed £40 ?

I'm interested as well. Perhaps mobbsy9 could give an example to make the "easy" £40?


Have a read up on matched betting, maybe this isn't the best bet to start with though as a £50 bet would require a lot of money on the lay side.

The telegraph have a decent article on it - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/consumertips/8185280/Is-this-a-bet-you-cant-lose.html

Basically a back bet (a normal bet on a bookie) bets for the team to win and a lay bet (can be done on betfair.com) bets against the team to win, as you're using a free bet you're using there money so you win no matter the outcome, essentially the closer odds you find means the more profit you make.
3 Likes #27
Here's an example:

FC Koln @ 7 - bet your £50 at Paddy Power
LAY FC Koln @ 7.6 at Betfair for £40 (your liability here is 6.6 x 40 = 264)

(remember you can also claim a betfair sign up bonus)

If FC Koln win
Paddy Power Winnings £300
Betfair loss -£264
Total Profit/Loss: £36

If FC Koln lose
Paddy Power winnings £0
Betfair Winnings £38 (after 5% commission)
Total Profit/Loss £38

Above does not take into account p&p

You need to have a fair float in betfair to make a bigger profit - its best to find odds that match quite closely and are around 10.0 or upwards.For example 10/10.5 would give a profit of £40.90 either way, but need a bigger float of £410 in betfair to cover liability.

If you need to work out stakes/potential profits, use the Ultimatcher tool from MSE, quality spreadsheet.

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=2222859

Edited By: russthewomble on Feb 05, 2011 10:35
#28
russthewomble
Here's an example:FC Koln @ 7 - bet your £50 at Paddy PowerLAY FC Koln @ 7.6 at Betfair for £40 (your liability here is 6.6 x 40 = 264)(remember you can also claim a betfair sign up bonus)If FC Koln winPaddy Power Winnings £300Betfair loss -£264Total Profit/Loss: £36If FC Koln losePaddy Power winnings £0Betfair Winnings £38 (after 5% commission)Total Profit/Loss £38Above does not take into account p&pYou need to have a fair float in betfair to make a bigger profit - its best to find odds that match quite closely and are around 10.0 or upwards.For example 10/10.5 would give a profit of £40.90 either way, but need a bigger float of £410 in betfair to cover liability.If you need to work out stakes/potential profits, use the Ultimatcher tool from MSE, quality spreadsheet.http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=2222859


You need to open a betfair account and deposit £410 if you want to do that. If you're a novice to arbing and you make a small mistake somewhere you could easily end up losing money. It takes a little bit of knowhow and experience to pull it off cleanly. Certainly wouldn't be recommending risking those sums of money. Make it easy and back and lay something at even money for a £25 profit on the free bet would be better advice. For anyone interested in making some free money just google free bets, there are large numbers of bookmakers offering them to new customers. You can easily make hundreds of pounds risk free. Just be careful to read the terms and conditons because they vary a lot. Thing is once you've splashed out £20 on the shirt and paid the postage and packaging you're only a few quid up. Maybe you can pick one up cheaper on ebay.



Edited By: NUMBER8GAMESTER on Feb 05, 2011 11:11: Adding more information.
#29
HA At the people that were burning them before!
1 Like #30
NUMBER8GAMESTER
russthewomble
Here's an example:FC Koln @ 7 - bet your £50 at Paddy PowerLAY FC Koln @ 7.6 at Betfair for £40 (your liability here is 6.6 x 40 = 264)(remember you can also claim a betfair sign up bonus)If FC Koln winPaddy Power Winnings £300Betfair loss -£264Total Profit/Loss: £36If FC Koln losePaddy Power winnings £0Betfair Winnings £38 (after 5% commission)Total Profit/Loss £38Above does not take into account p&pYou need to have a fair float in betfair to make a bigger profit - its best to find odds that match quite closely and are around 10.0 or upwards.For example 10/10.5 would give a profit of £40.90 either way, but need a bigger float of £410 in betfair to cover liability.If you need to work out stakes/potential profits, use the Ultimatcher tool from MSE, quality spreadsheet.http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=2222859



You need to open a betfair account and deposit £410 if you want to do that. If you're a novice to arbing and you make a small mistake somewhere you could easily end up losing money. It takes a little bit of knowhow and experience to pull it off cleanly. Certainly wouldn't be recommending risking those sums of money. Make it easy and back and lay something at even money for a £25 profit on the free bet would be better advice. For anyone interested in making some free money just google free bets, there are large numbers of bookmakers offering them to new customers. You can easily make hundreds of pounds risk free. Just be careful to read the terms and conditons because they vary a lot. Thing is once you've splashed out £20 on the shirt and paid the postage and packaging you're only a few quid up. Maybe you can pick one up cheaper on ebay.


well - easy enough to do some practice runs first on smaller free bets. It was purely to illustrate how matched betting works and how you could make £40ish from this offer.

I agree with you though, only try it once you've learnt what you're doing. I earnt £800 from matched betting over a few months but a)can take a fair sized float b)need to be careful when you're betting and always read the T&Cs for any turnover requirements, minimum odds, etc, so you know what you're getting into.
#31
lolamont
gazw
mobbsy9
Just lay the best off at close odds, could easily make a guaranteed £40
How does this work then, is there a hard way to make a guaranteed £40 ?
I'm interested as well. Perhaps mobbsy9 could give an example to make the "easy" £40?

Have a look here:

http://www.beatbookies.info/stratmatch.html
#32
#33
Yeah I understand. I know you weren't advising people really, just expanding on the previous comment in the thread. I have friends that know what they're doing and still manage to make silly mistakes like accidently backing something instead of laying it, so if you're at all visually impaired at all do take precautions. Humans are prone to error. I know people that work in the industry, my mate from school is an odds compiler and has made well over £100k over the last few years backing and laying in sports betting.

Edited By: NUMBER8GAMESTER on Feb 05, 2011 11:31
#34
Would an 'El Nino "9"' shirt count ?

also, what's the point in just going for £40? You got a £50 bet out of nothing, you might as well put it on an accumalator @ 4/1 or something and try and get something worthwhile otu of it. I personally wouldn't buy a shirt just to this as you could end up wasting money.

Edited By: montecarlos on Feb 05, 2011 13:04
#36
Using gambling as an easy way to make money, and genuinely thinking it is a good idea is a clear sign someone has a problem. :| there a no guaranteed ways to win and you're a fool if you think there is.
#37
russthewomble
Here's an example:

FC Koln @ 7 - bet your £50 at Paddy Power
LAY FC Koln @ 7.6 at Betfair for £40 (your liability here is 6.6 x 40 = 264)

(remember you can also claim a betfair sign up bonus)

If FC Koln win
Paddy Power Winnings £300
Betfair loss -£264
Total Profit/Loss: £36

If FC Koln lose
Paddy Power winnings £0
Betfair Winnings £38 (after 5% commission)
Total Profit/Loss £38

Above does not take into account p&p

You need to have a fair float in betfair to make a bigger profit - its best to find odds that match quite closely and are around 10.0 or upwards.For example 10/10.5 would give a profit of £40.90 either way, but need a bigger float of £410 in betfair to cover liability.

If you need to work out stakes/potential profits, use the Ultimatcher tool from MSE, quality spreadsheet.

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=2222859



What if it's a draw?
#38
David18
russthewomble
Here's an example:

FC Koln @ 7 - bet your £50 at Paddy Power
LAY FC Koln @ 7.6 at Betfair for £40 (your liability here is 6.6 x 40 = 264)

(remember you can also claim a betfair sign up bonus)

If FC Koln win
Paddy Power Winnings £300
Betfair loss -£264
Total Profit/Loss: £36

If FC Koln lose
Paddy Power winnings £0
Betfair Winnings £38 (after 5% commission)
Total Profit/Loss £38

Above does not take into account p&p

You need to have a fair float in betfair to make a bigger profit - its best to find odds that match quite closely and are around 10.0 or upwards.For example 10/10.5 would give a profit of £40.90 either way, but need a bigger float of £410 in betfair to cover liability.

If you need to work out stakes/potential profits, use the Ultimatcher tool from MSE, quality spreadsheet.
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http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=2222859[/url]" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=2222859



What if it's a draw?


Plan = ruined ;)
1 Like #39
SirNat
Liverpool_Bear
mamboboy
Liverpool_Bear
farhadmaster
So basically send them toilet paper? HOT!
You could even sent them "pre-owned" toilet paper and get an even better deal...http://cdn.tribesportsshopping.co.uk/products/images/000/497/807/show/2010-11-man-utd-nike-home-shirt-g-neville-2.jpg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QubF5Afcuek
[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMbeyQlVI2g
Oh well done. We are being invited to mock what appears to be a quite sick child at 0:32! Grow up.

Bit harsh on Gary that.
#40
David18
russthewomble
Here's an example:

FC Koln @ 7 - bet your £50 at Paddy Power
LAY FC Koln @ 7.6 at Betfair for £40 (your liability here is 6.6 x 40 = 264)

(remember you can also claim a betfair sign up bonus)

If FC Koln win
Paddy Power Winnings £300
Betfair loss -£264
Total Profit/Loss: £36

If FC Koln lose
Paddy Power winnings £0
Betfair Winnings £38 (after 5% commission)
Total Profit/Loss £38

Above does not take into account p&p

You need to have a fair float in betfair to make a bigger profit - its best to find odds that match quite closely and are around 10.0 or upwards.For example 10/10.5 would give a profit of £40.90 either way, but need a bigger float of £410 in betfair to cover liability.

If you need to work out stakes/potential profits, use the Ultimatcher tool from MSE, quality spreadsheet.
[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=2222859



What if it's a draw?


You lose lol :D

As I say anyone who thinks there is a Guranteed way to win with gambling is a fool, and if you gamble to try and make easy cash then you have a problem.

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