Bet365 Wales v Belgium Free In-Play Bet Offer
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Bet365 Wales v Belgium Free In-Play Bet Offer

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Found 30th Jun 2016
Bet365 are offering one of their famous "Free In-Play Bet" offers, on the Wales v Belgium match. Bet up to £50 before the match, and then the same during the match, and they will refund the In-play bet if it doesn't win.

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always a winner ;-)

Good odds on this match

What's the best way to go about doing this?

5Rivers79

What's the best way to go about doing this?


I would like to know as well

Sweet, bonus pay time.

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There are three possible outcomes: Wales, Belgium or Draw. Back one option before the match, another during the match, and cover the third option with another bookie. Back the option with the least chance if winning (highest odds) as the in-play bet, as you will get that refunded if it loses.

nervejam

There are three possible outcomes: Wales, Belgium or Draw. Back one … There are three possible outcomes: Wales, Belgium or Draw. Back one option before the match, another during the match, and cover the third option with another bookie. Back the option with the least chance if winning (highest odds) as the in-play bet, as you will get that refunded if it loses.



there are loads of bets and loads of outcomes depending on the bet.

one good bet if you do this each time is. Bet your £50 on over 0.5 goals in the match and use your free in play bet to bet £50 on 0-0. Do this every time the offer comes up, you'll break even evertime its not nil-nil and get a good return on the nil-nil games.

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ibblackberry1

there are loads of bets and loads of outcomes depending on the bet.one … there are loads of bets and loads of outcomes depending on the bet.one good bet if you do this each time is. Bet your £50 on over 0.5 goals in the match and use your free in play bet to bet £50 on 0-0. Do this every time the offer comes up, you'll break even evertime its not nil-nil and get a good return on the nil-nil games.


Good point! I always focus on the match result, but as you say there are lots of other outcomes..

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ibblackberry1

there are loads of bets and loads of outcomes depending on the bet.one … there are loads of bets and loads of outcomes depending on the bet.one good bet if you do this each time is. Bet your £50 on over 0.5 goals in the match and use your free in play bet to bet £50 on 0-0. Do this every time the offer comes up, you'll break even evertime its not nil-nil and get a good return on the nil-nil games.


However, you are breaking the terms of the offer. You risk losing stake, a fine and/ or ban. Is it worth the risk?

nervejam

However, you are breaking the terms of the offer. You risk losing stake, … However, you are breaking the terms of the offer. You risk losing stake, a fine and/ or ban. Is it worth the risk?



I have a friend that does this each time with no issue, what the terms he is breaking. I know he has been paid a couple of times. (id look up the terms but on a works computer)

nervejam

GGood point! I always focus on the match result, but as you say there are … GGood point! I always focus on the match result, but as you say there are lots of other outcomes..



just read the terms on my phone, cant initially see any that it is breaking

Then I suppose you could bet 50 for Belgium to qualify and 50 in play for Wales to qualify?

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You are not allowed to cover all outcomes to guarantee a profit.

Do pre match bets have to be the same amount as the inplay bet?

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5Rivers79

Do pre match bets have to be the same amount as the inplay bet?


No. But if the in-play bet loses, you only get back what you staked on the pre-match bet.

ahh I get that now

nervejam

Correct me if I have messed this up!


I may be wrong, but a draw seems unlikely in the quarter-final stages.

The draw is based on result after normal time

What would be the best way if I wanted my inplay to be a score prediction such as 2-1?

nervejam

Right. Here's my take on this:£50 pre-match on Belgium with bet365£20 P … Right. Here's my take on this:£50 pre-match on Belgium with bet365£20 Pre-match on Wales with PaddyPower£50 In-play with bet365So I would get £37ish if Belgium win, £80 if it's a draw, and £10 plus freebets if Wales win.(due to Paddypower deal..) If you increase the PP bet, you get more IF Wales win.CLICK HERE for a full explanation of this..



I'm doing it this way. Think you have got it wrong

£17.50 if Belgium win
£60 draw
£40 wales

So, we have to deposit £100, betting £50 pre-match and betting £50 in-play and if our in-play loses, we get a full £50 CASH refund? Or is it a free-bet refund?

Is it worth combining this with £100 new customer bonus and £50 on-the-move bonus too? Or will that mess up withdrawing?

There are 2 ways of playing this promo, the Safeway, covering all outcomes using 2 bookies, or use your in play bet against a big odds outcome, I'd first goalscorer/ final result, if you predict it right you win big, if you lose, you get your 50.00 back, and hope your pre match bet wins.

This is how I work out a no lose option
£50 pre game Belgium @ 3/4 = £90 return
£50 in play Draw @ 12/5 = £180 return
£25 wales Stan James @5/1 = £150 return

Outcomes based on £125.00 outlay

Belgium win 90.00+ 50.00 in play bet refund = 15.00 profit

Draw after 90 mins = wins £180 minus pre match bet of £50 & 25 Wales bet = £55 profit

Wales win in play bet refunded 50.00 plus £150 return from Stan James = £75 profit.

You are not going to make loads if Belgium win and you can increase or decrease stake on Wales if you want to reduce your outlay , some people choose to go for goals pre match rather than a team if you get the right combination you can win big eg predicting winner& final score with your in play bet

Hope this helps

hamish66

There are 2 ways of playing this promo, the Safeway, covering all … There are 2 ways of playing this promo, the Safeway, covering all outcomes using 2 bookies, or use your in play bet against a big odds outcome, I'd first goalscorer/ final result, if you predict it right you win big, if you lose, you get your 50.00 back, and hope your pre match bet wins.This is how I work out a no lose option£50 pre game Belgium @ 3/4 = £90 return£50 in play Draw @ 12/5 = £180 return£25 wales Stan James @5/1 = £150 returnOutcomes based on £125.00 outlayBelgium win 90.00+ 50.00 in play bet refund = 15.00 profitDraw after 90 mins = wins £180 minus pre match bet of £50 & 25 Wales bet = £55 profitWales win in play bet refunded 50.00 plus £150 return from Stan James = £75 profit.You are not going to make loads if Belgium win and you can increase or decrease stake on Wales if you want to reduce your outlay , some people choose to go for goals pre match rather than a team if you get the right combination you can win big eg predicting winner& final score with your in play betHope this helps



I was slightly confused but is the £50 refund from bet365 withdraw able real cash?

Im going 70 on belg, 50 in play draw and 20 on paddy Wales. Profits of 32, 40, 25 respectively.

titchyyyyy

I was slightly confused but is the £50 refund from bet365 withdraw able … I was slightly confused but is the £50 refund from bet365 withdraw able real cash?



Yes its all real withdrawable money.

Will be doing the same as usual: £50 on over 0.5 goals then cover any potential losses with a 0-0 bet at another bookies. This leaves me with a £50 no worry in-play bet that I can put on anything that catches my eye come match time.

Gotta say though I do like the look of either 2 minutes injury time in 1st half @ 6/1 or 3+ minutes @ a whopping 20/1. All it takes is a couple of delays or an injury and you could be a £300-£1,000 up. However I think this bet is not available in-play so it kinda messes with how you can play it risk-free

titchyyyyy

I was slightly confused but is the £50 refund from bet365 withdraw able … I was slightly confused but is the £50 refund from bet365 withdraw able real cash?



Yes.

You bet with your own £50 and you get your £50 back if it loses (on the in-play bet)

onebelo

Will be doing the same as usual: £50 on over 0.5 goals then cover any … Will be doing the same as usual: £50 on over 0.5 goals then cover any potential losses with a 0-0 bet at another bookies. This leaves me with a £50 no worry in-play bet that I can put on anything that catches my eye come match time.Gotta say though I do like the look of either 2 minutes injury time in 1st half @ 6/1 or 3+ minutes @ a whopping 20/1. All it takes is a couple of delays or an injury and you could be a £300-£1,000 up. However I think this bet is not available in-play so it kinda messes with how you can play it risk-freeYes.You bet with your own £50 and you get your £50 back if it loses (on the in-play bet)




Thanks. Gives me more of a bonus with bet365 if I have to deposit £100 I guess.

How does your bet guarantee profits?

£50 on over 0.5 goals = £55 return
£20 on 0-0 draw at another bookies = £150 return
(Lets say the £50 in-play loses and you get it refunded)

You lose £15 if it's not a 0-0 if I'm not mistaken?

titchyyyyy

Thanks. Gives me more of a bonus with bet365 if I have to deposit £100 I … Thanks. Gives me more of a bonus with bet365 if I have to deposit £100 I guess.How does your bet guarantee profits?£50 on over 0.5 goals = £55 return£20 on 0-0 draw at another bookies = £150 return(Lets say the £50 in-play loses and you get it refunded)You lose £15 if it's not a 0-0 if I'm not mistaken?



£50 on over 0.5 goals = £55 return
£7 on 0-0 draw at another bookies = £57 return

You either break even or lose £2, then you get your £50 risk free in-play to bet on whatever you want.

Also at ladbrokes they give you a free bet on correct score markets if the match ends in a draw. so if the match is a draw youll also get that £7 bet back as a free bet
Edited by: "onebelo" 30th Jun 2016

onebelo

£50 on over 0.5 goals = £55 return£7 on 0-0 draw at another bookies = £57 … £50 on over 0.5 goals = £55 return£7 on 0-0 draw at another bookies = £57 returnYou either break even or lose £2, then you get your £50 risk free in-play to bet on whatever you want. Also at ladbrokes they give you a free bet on correct score markets if the match ends in a draw. so if the match is a draw youll also get that £7 bet back as a free bet




Ahh, that makes more sense with betting £7, I have no idea why I was going for £20.

So you'll bet £107 of your own money, if it's a 0-0 draw you'll get £107 back and if it's not, you'll get £105 back. At the same time, you'll get a risk free chance to try and turn your £50 into more, so whilst not guaranteeing a profit, you're either paying £2 or getting a £50 risk free bet with no way of losing, smart.

I might do the exact same, I'm not sure I'm quite interested in a guaranteed £10-40 profit, considering it's very likely that it will be a Belgium win for £20 profit.

easy money!

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cb-uk

Note their T&Cs VERY carefully:- You must bet the amount of your … Note their T&Cs VERY carefully:- You must bet the amount of your qualifying deposit once before being able to bet with your bonus.- You must have settled bets (excluding bets that have been Cashed Out) to the value of three times your qualifying deposit and bonus before making a withdrawal.- Bets which do not contain at least one selection at odds of 1/2 (1.50) or greater do not count towards any turnover requirements.- You will not be able to withdraw your bonus and/or winnings generated from your bonus if you have not completed the turnover requirement within 90 days of entering your bonus Offer Code.



Thanks for the reply, still think it's worth doing as looking at the comments on here, they tend to repeat this offer quite regularly and I reckon I can turn the winning over pretty quick just using the offers.

Deposited £200 and my account now shows £400! Happy days!

onebelo

£50 on over 0.5 goals = £55 return£7 on 0-0 draw at another bookies = £57 … £50 on over 0.5 goals = £55 return£7 on 0-0 draw at another bookies = £57 returnYou either break even or lose £2, then you get your £50 risk free in-play to bet on whatever you want. Also at ladbrokes they give you a free bet on correct score markets if the match ends in a draw. so if the match is a draw youll also get that £7 bet back as a free bet



​will the injury time bet be available in play?

TigerTom1969

Thanks for the reply, still think it's worth doing as looking at the … Thanks for the reply, still think it's worth doing as looking at the comments on here, they tend to repeat this offer quite regularly and I reckon I can turn the winning over pretty quick just using the offers.Deposited £200 and my account now shows £400! Happy days!


You do realise you have to bet £1200 to get the bonus out?.

bigdaddie

You do realise you have to bet £1200 to get the bonus out?.



Plus, all bets must be made at odds of 1/2 or more to qualify.

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bigdaddie

You do realise you have to bet £1200 to get the bonus out?.


It all depends on whether you are serious about making money betting, or you just want to make a one-off quick buck with no strings. If you are the second type, then WAKE UP and smell the coffee..

Nice

With this offer I take it you could do £50 pre match on double chance Wales or Belgium - potential return at moment around £15 and then £50 in play on a draw which would return around £180 making around £130 profit if that comes in!
That way it's a win win with one scenario obviously more profitable.

Am I right in thinking you bet before kick off and bet in play. If your inplay bet loses you will be refunded in cash?

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jbunce12

Am I right in thinking you bet before kick off and bet in play. If your … Am I right in thinking you bet before kick off and bet in play. If your inplay bet loses you will be refunded in cash?


Yes, that's exactly it.
Full details here..
Edited by: "nervejam" 1st Jul 2016

It's easy. Bet on Belgium to win, and then use your free in play bet to bet on Belgium to win.

Wales think they're it but they're really not. Half of their goals scored have been down to keeper error or own goal, they beat a very poor Russia side, lost to a terrible England team and were unconvincing against Northern Ireland. Belgium are finding form, they'll def win tonight.
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