Place a £10 bet on Betfair and get £26 Quidco cashback! - make £16 profit!
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Place a £10 bet on Betfair and get £26 Quidco cashback! - make £16 profit!

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Found 9th Jun 2014
Place a £10 bet on Betfair and get £26 cashback

Perfect for a bet on Brazil at the World cup!

Also please read - "We have had a few members report problems with tracking when using PayPal for the deposit, so we recommend using a credit card or bank account".

Cashback is only available to new Betfair players, if you are a member to a Betfair product already, cashback will not be eligible

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Talk of a £50 free bet also? So if I bet £50, they put £50 back in my account if I lose?

Just trying to work out if that's worth doing (I'm not a betting man) or better just to spend £10 and make £16 profit at least

Original Poster

I was wondering that aswell, from what it says, I think that by betting £10 you get a £50 freebet as well, when you sign up.

tanked

Talk of a £50 free bet also? So if I bet £50, they put £50 back in my ac … Talk of a £50 free bet also? So if I bet £50, they put £50 back in my account if I lose?Just trying to work out if that's worth doing (I'm not a betting man) or better just to spend £10 and make £16 profit at least




They match whatever your first bet is but i wouldn't bother putting £50 in as you have to spend something like 36x that amount before you can withdraw it.
Edited by: "LiamVK7" 9th Jun 2014

cwhincup

I was wondering that aswell, from what it says, I think that by betting … I was wondering that aswell, from what it says, I think that by betting £10 you get a £50 freebet as well, when you sign up.



I thought it was "match your bet up to £50" so if I bet £10, I only get a £10 free bet?

With regards to the £50 free bet:
You deposit £50 in to your account then bet it on the sports book on anything with odds over 1.5. Regardless of whether that bet wins or loses, you get a £50 free bet. This must be used in one go on the sports book. There are no rollover requirements, but the free bet is stake not returned, so if you bet on something at odds of 1.5 and you win, you'll only get £25 back.

LiamVK7

They match whatever your first bet is but i wouldn't bother putting £50 … They match whatever your first bet is but i wouldn't bother putting £50 in as you have to spend something like 36x that amount before you can withdraw it.



Your getting the Casino section mixed up with SportBook.

All SportBook free bets are usually with required odds - and 'Stake not returned'

I.e. £50 free bet on a minimum of 'Even' money would return £50 cash if won (rather than a usual £50 bet on 'Even' money which would return £50 + £50 Stake = £100 winnings)

Do i have to spend the £10 on a single bet or can it be split ?

William Hill are offering £27.30 cashback for a £10 bet on TopCashback
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/deposit-bet-10-william-hill-receive-27-30-cashback-17-30-profit-1925808
Edited by: "coolboy101" 9th Jun 2014

Check if using a credit card I recall it being considered a cash transaction so you may be charged.
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Edited by: "delphinid" 9th Jun 2014

Original Poster

From Quidco - "If you do use a credit card, please make sure you deposit enough to cover the credit card fee as well as the £10 deposit. Last we checked, the fee was 0.25p, but please check your balance after depositing, as this may have changed."

Any good sign up offers for betfair for first time bet? Eg, 3/1 on ...

cool thanks

Read the matched betting introduction section of the MSE forums if you want to make some proper money from Bookies free bet offers.

delphinid

Check if using a credit card I recall it being considered a cash … Check if using a credit card I recall it being considered a cash transaction so you may be charged.http://www.choose.net/money/guide/faqs/online-gambling-charges-credit-card.html



also, if your Paypal account is liked to credit card to withdraw funds for transaction, they will still charge you cash transaction fees. I wasnt aware, happened to me recently:(.

iAmLegendFam

Any good sign up offers for betfair for first time bet? Eg, 3/1 on ...

CONMEBOL to win WC is 2.0 (evens)

Cold.

They DO not pay out cashback at all and it's not faster paying either, some guy was waiting over 6 months for his payout and they never did it.

William Hill on the other hand pay within 3 weeks.

I have just joined quidco and done the Betfair offer, how long does it take to track?

Banned

iAmLegendFam

Any good sign up offers for betfair for first time bet? Eg, 3/1 on ...


Yes bet England to win World Cup. The odds are much higher then 3/1. It must be 100/1 or so

Cashback at Topcashback better - £26.25.

Hmm

alisonrd

Yes bet England to win World Cup. The odds are much higher then 3/1. It … Yes bet England to win World Cup. The odds are much higher then 3/1. It must be 100/1 or so


I'd like a chance in winning the bet

Cashback already pending on TCB!

Still waiting on £25 cash back through Quidco from beginning of April...

Bet 10 and won 25, let's see how long this takes to track eh

Still waiting for £30 cashback from my £10 bet 3-4 months ago. Initially it didn't track, so I had to raise a claim. They've accepted the claim but haven't confirmed the cashback amount yet. Be wary.

Still a bit of a gamble this as there's no guarantee your cashback will be honoured. I have already been there myself about 5 years ago when they were first offering cashback via Quidco.

Fairly certain it was never paid...although I seem to recall I lost nothing by betting either.

Therefore can't give this any heat.

iAmLegendFam

I'd like a chance in winning the bet



England Exact Tournament Goals 0 37/1
betfair.com/exc…141

new customers or include existing customers?

Too many variables for this to be a fair transaction so I'm out and voted this cold!

Ice cold, for the same reason I would vote down a deal on free samples of heroin.


P.S. no, not because I'm a drug dealer.

P.P.S. I'm not a drug dealer, just to be clear.


Edited by: "HedgyHoggy" 10th Jun 2014

I would be careful about doing these just on a whim. Last time I did an offer like this it left a mark with the credit agencies. So if you are thinking about applying for a mortgage or needing a credit card soon think long and hard as to whether it is worth it.

Bob.

This is a standard offer and is only hot because of the WC.

Banned

im putting my money on engerrrrrrrrlandddd

I have a thread for an extra £25.15 profit if anybody fancies making any more cash

hotukdeals.com/dea…952

bob_regis

I would be careful about doing these just on a whim. Last time I did an … I would be careful about doing these just on a whim. Last time I did an offer like this it left a mark with the credit agencies. So if you are thinking about applying for a mortgage or needing a credit card soon think long and hard as to whether it is worth it. Bob.



Bs the lenders cant see soft checks

Just dont do it 6 minths before you take out a mortgage

Or pay cash in hand if your a pro gambler

Since signing up after seeing one of these offers on HUKD 5 years ago I have now spent over £200,000 on betfair and made back about £175,000 so £25,000 down!

Brilliant strategy for getting profitable customers... tempt them in and then watch them start with £2 bets initially but over time that £2 becomes £800 a time from the never never! Have to applaud Betfair for knowing how to get people hocked and loyal to them!





There are ways to guarantee a profit using the free bets these bookies offer. See the many web sites such as bet72.com. You can make about £600 or more risk-free without too much trouble.

Can't see why it's going to affect anyone's credit rating. Credit checks don't reveal what money is spent on – only the repayment record, including defaults. It's probably worth using a separate bank account, though, so as not to worry the bank manager of your main account.

You get £50 back as a free bet if you pleace a bet up to £50 and it loses you won't be able to withdraw it unless the free bet comes in.

Hmmm, it's tracked but now Quidco have asked me to provide proof of this and that or they'll suspend my account

Can anyone tell me if I am much better off going for the quidco premium or doesn't it really matter? Thanks
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