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Risk Free In-play Bet on Bet365 for Liverpool vs Arsenal
Risk Free In-play Bet on Bet365 for Liverpool vs Arsenal

Risk Free In-play Bet on Bet365 for Liverpool vs Arsenal

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Bet a max of £50 pre match and you will be able to bet an amount equal to that of the pre match bet risk free(if you lose then you get the money back) Check the offers section in the app.
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This offer applies to bets placed on the Arsenal v Liverpool Premier League match, played on Sunday 14th August 2016.

Risk free bet value will be equal to the stake of your largest pre-match single bet placed on the Arsenal v Liverpool Premier League match, played on Sunday 14th August 2016, up to a maximum of £50*. Pre-match bets that are fully or partly Cashed Out will not qualify for the offer, whether Cashed Out pre-match or In-Play. The largest pre-match bet that has not been fully or partly Cashed Out will qualify (up to £50*).

Risk free bet will be deemed your first single bet placed In-Play on the Arsenal v Liverpool Premier League match, played on Sunday 14th August 2016. If your first single In-Play bet is fully or partly Cashed Out, you will no longer be eligible to receive this offer.

Note that 'pre-match' is defined as bets placed prior to kick-off of the Arsenal v Liverpool Premier League match, played on Sunday 14th August 2016 and 'In-Play' is defined as any bet struck after the game has kicked off.

Both your pre-match and In-Play bets must be paid for in the usual way. If your risk free bet loses, we will aim to refund your stake to your account within three hours of the end of the game. Maximum risk free bet per customer is £50*.

Where more than one In-Play selection is placed on the same bet slip, the risk free bet will be deemed to be the one which is first on the bet slip.

This offer only applies to bets placed via desktop, mobile or tablet. Bets placed using our Telephone Betting service will not qualify for this offer.

Where any term of the offer or promotion is breached or there is any evidence of a series of bets placed by a customer or group of customers, which due to a deposit bonus, enhanced payments, free bets, risk free bets or any other promotional offer results in guaranteed customer profits irrespective of the outcome, whether individually or as part of a group, bet365 reserves the right to reclaim the bonus element of such offers and in their absolute discretion either settle bets at the correct odds, void the free and risk free bets or void any bet funded by the deposit bonus. In addition bet365 reserve the right to levy an administration charge on the customer up to the value of the deposit bonus, free bet, risk free bet or additional payment to cover administrative costs. We further reserve the right to ask any customer to provide sufficient documentation for us to be satisfied in our absolute discretion as to the customer's identity prior to us crediting any bonus, free bet, risk free bet or offer to their account.

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61 Comments

Only problem i see is the high likelihood of a 0-0 but here's hoping for some profit

Edited by: "dermotto" 12th Aug 2016

Ooh this deals back again.

there's always a risk of gambling addiction

Never understand or have the time in my life to read the t&cs so I avoid. Must do this must do that, do it wrong you lose. Many do it wrong.

iibdii

there's always a risk of gambling addiction




I bet there isn't.

zx636r

I bet there isn't.



​i agreeed if you leaen this bet you will always break even or more than likely make money

dermotto

Only problem i see is the high likelihood of a 0-0 but here's hoping for … Only problem i see is the high likelihood of a 0-0 but here's hoping for some profit



Im playing for *exactly* that.

Pre Bet on >0.5 Goals and the Risk Free on 0-0. If theres a goal, its a fiver free money. If there isnt, its payday!

Note: Yes, I know im covering all the bases - but due to the huge volumes of 'p' that I give these people each week, im sure im one of the accounts 'protected' that they wouldnt dare ban

(Or ill go 1.5+ and they cover off "Exactly 1 Goal" at Paddy or something)

Might have to give this a go

easy way I do it people is-£50 pre match bet on under 2.5 1st half goals at odds of usually 1-16 then in play of over 2.5 1st half goals odds usually 9-1.So profit guaranteed either about £3.00 or £450.Simples

Free £££. Nice heads up....

nice up 600 from doing this last season

Best deal on HUKD this! HOT

DBoniface

​i agreeed if you leaen this bet you will always break even or more than l … ​i agreeed if you leaen this bet you will always break even or more than likely make money



I think my little pun went over your head.

Bet365 did this offer for this exact same fixture on 24th August last year. The match finished 0-0 and won me a few quid.

Im fancying the draw again but 1-1 this time.

The majority of these b365 £50 offers seem to end up in a draw funny enough.

Roughly i would say 7 out of 10 of the last offers have been a draw.


Edited by: "Kevo2k7" 12th Aug 2016

gerry7230

easy way I do it people is-£50 pre match bet on under 2.5 1st half goals … easy way I do it people is-£50 pre match bet on under 2.5 1st half goals at odds of usually 1-16 then in play of over 2.5 1st half goals odds usually 9-1.So profit guaranteed either about £3.00 or £450.Simples



We cant have the same chat everytime these deals are posted - but if you're not a Bet365 regular and only use your account for these offers *and* "Cover All The Bases" you will be banned and they have no obligation to return either the stake or the winnings. (They keep it as an "Administration Fee").

Lay off the outside chance somewhere else, but dont "Guarantee A Profit"

honeymonster86

What do you all think of this:



£50 prematch on Draw returns £175 (Draw is 5/2 so £50 returns £175)
£50 in play on Liverpool returns £175 (Liverpool are 21/10 so £50 returns £155)
£50 (other bookie) on Arenal returns £122.50 (Arsenal are 7/5 so £50 returns £120)

So the winnings are slightly lower/different

honeymonster86

DRAW: £175 -£100 lost stake +£50 refund = £125 profitLPOOL: £175 - £150 lo … DRAW: £175 -£100 lost stake +£50 refund = £125 profitLPOOL: £175 - £150 lost stake = £25 profitARSEN: £122.50 - £100 lost stake + £50 refund = £72.50 profit



Draw is £150 stake. £75 profit.
Arsenal is £150 stake. £22.50 profit.

Id be tempted to go "Score Draw" at 10/3 to increase the odds.

Looks like this can also be used in conjunction with the "up to £200 matched deposit" if you don't have a Bet365 account.

cb-uk

Looks like this can also be used in conjunction with the "up to £200 … Looks like this can also be used in conjunction with the "up to £200 matched deposit" if you don't have a Bet365 account.


Or they've a sent a 25% extra reload bonus around for a lot of people. I don't fancy getting £400 tied up to max the bonus, but the £100 I'll be betting on this could release me a handy £25 bonus.

Silhouette

Draw is £150 stake. £75 profit.Arsenal is £150 stake. £22.50 profit.



Hi Silhouette, thanks for your comments... I'm sure you're right but I just can't quite get my head around it...

If for example its a draw, then would not my in-play bet of £50 be refunded, therefore i've only lost £100 stake?

THANKS

honeymonster86

What do you all think of this:£50 prematch on Draw returns £175£50 in pl … What do you all think of this:£50 prematch on Draw returns £175£50 in play on Liverpool returns £175£50 (other bookie) on Arenal returns £122.50DRAW: £175 -£100 lost stake +£50 refund = £125 profitLPOOL: £175 - £150 lost stake = £25 profitARSEN: £122.50 - £100 lost stake + £50 refund = £72.50 profit




I will go ahead with this but Liverpool winning won't result to 150 loss because it will only be 50 from the pre bet and 50 from the other betting site therefore profit will be £75

honeymonster86

If for example its a draw, then would not my in-play bet of £50 be … If for example its a draw, then would not my in-play bet of £50 be refunded, therefore i've only lost £100 stake?



In your example you stated;
DRAW: £175 -£100 lost stake +£50 refund = £125 profit

But you're stake is £150 (because thats physically the amount of money you're spending) and *then* you're getting the £50 refund. So you're stake is £50 at Bet365 and £50 elsewhere on Arsenal.

So £150 - £50 refund = £100.
Winnings £175 = £75 profit, not £125.

hanish95

I will go ahead with this but Liverpool winning won't result to 150 loss … I will go ahead with this but Liverpool winning won't result to 150 loss because it will only be 50 from the pre bet and 50 from the other betting site therefore profit will be £75



Incorrect im afraid. Its the Risk Free bet, so you're original stake(s) are £150. You wont get a refund, so you are £150 out of pocket.

Liverpool being the longest odds (21/10) means - yes - they should be the Risk Free bet, but the £50 only returns £155.

So you'd make £5 profit.

Silhouette

In your example you stated;DRAW: £175 -£100 lost stake +£50 refund = £125 pr … In your example you stated;DRAW: £175 -£100 lost stake +£50 refund = £125 profitBut you're stake is £150 (because thats physically the amount of money you're spending) and *then* you're getting the £50 refund. So you're stake is £50 at Bet365 and £50 elsewhere on Arsenal.So £150 - £50 refund = £100.Winnings £175 = £75 profit, not £125.



That was so simple, I knew I was staring it right in the face! Thanks for clearing up


What would be the best way to go about it if I wanted to play the risk free bet as a predicting a score?

So the best bet to go for is over 0.5 goals pre match bet, 0-0 as risk free bet

5Rivers79

What would be the best way to go about it if I wanted to play the risk … What would be the best way to go about it if I wanted to play the risk free bet as a predicting a score?



​Bet something "Guaranteed" like 0.5 Goals at 1/6ish

Then as long as there's a goal, youre quids in. Then you're free to sling £50 on a flyer of a score (or a scorer).

teecey09

So the best bet to go for is over 0.5 goals pre match bet, 0-0 as risk … So the best bet to go for is over 0.5 goals pre match bet, 0-0 as risk free bet



​Yes, if you think it'll finish 0-0. But you *are* guaranteeing profit there. So I'd hate for you to get the win, then they hold back the £550

nice, got my email earlier.

going to do the usual £50 pre-match on Over 0.5 Goals & then 0-0 at another bookies to break even no matter what.

for my in-play bet this time i'm going to wait a bit and see how the match plays out. before i've beenplacing my bet at minute 1, and that didnt quite work out well enough

An easy way to do this is £50 pre match on Liverpool, £50 in play on draw and cover (your) Arsenal with another bookies.

loop

An easy way to do this is £50 pre match on Liverpool, £50 in play on draw … An easy way to do this is £50 pre match on Liverpool, £50 in play on draw and cover (your) Arsenal with another bookies.


Yes, this has already been said, would be useful to give examples.

Ars win £50 @ 6/4 william hills. Draw £50 @ 5/2 bet365. Lpool £50 @ 2.1 bet365. Returns £25,£25,£55 respectively.

onebelo

nice, got my email earlier.going to do the usual £50 pre-match on Over … nice, got my email earlier.going to do the usual £50 pre-match on Over 0.5 Goals & then 0-0 at another bookies to break even no matter what.for my in-play bet this time i'm going to wait a bit and see how the match plays out. before i've beenplacing my bet at minute 1, and that didnt quite work out well enough



​How much do you place at another bookies? Asking because over 0.5 goals only wins £2.50.

hutcha53

Ars win £50 @ 6/4 william hills. Draw £50 @ 5/2 bet365. Lpool £50 @ 2.1 be … Ars win £50 @ 6/4 william hills. Draw £50 @ 5/2 bet365. Lpool £50 @ 2.1 bet365. Returns £25,£25,£55 respectively.



​I can't get my head around this..if Loool win and you get £155..Won't that be £5 profit because you originally spent £150?

Original Poster

5Rivers79

​I can't get my head around this..if Loool win and you get £155..Won't th … ​I can't get my head around this..if Loool win and you get £155..Won't that be £5 profit because you originally spent £150?



​you get £50 back from the in play that didnt happen ie. liverpool will means no draw and you get your risk free bet back

randomiser2kz

​you get £50 back from the in play that didnt happen ie. liverpool will me … ​you get £50 back from the in play that didnt happen ie. liverpool will means no draw and you get your risk free bet back



​So the draw is the in play bet?

5Rivers79

​So the draw is the in play bet?



Correct, for peace of mind see below:

Pre-Match - Bet £50 on Liverpool on Bet365 & £50 on Arsenal on William Hill
In-Play - Bet £50 on a Draw few seconds after kick-off.

As above, you will win £55 on Liverpool win or £25 on a draw / Arsenal Win.

5Rivers79

​How much do you place at another bookies? Asking because over 0.5 goals o … ​How much do you place at another bookies? Asking because over 0.5 goals only wins £2.50.


okay so i had a look at the odds:

Ladbrokes 0-0 @ 11/1: £5 stake = £60 total return
Bet365 Over 0.5 goals @ 1/20: £50 stake = £52.50 total return

Total stake = £55
Total possible returns: Either £5 profit or £2.50 loss

And then you are free to do whatever you want with the £50 in-play bet.

At worst you are paying £2.50 for a £50 bet, at best you are getting £5 and a free £50 bet







Edited by: "onebelo" 13th Aug 2016

onebelo

okay so i had a look at the odds:0-0 is 11/1 at ladbrokes, so ill stick a … okay so i had a look at the odds:0-0 is 11/1 at ladbrokes, so ill stick a fiver on that for a possible £55 return.then the bets365 bet is either lose £50 or gain £2.50, like you said.so overall you either lose £2.50 or breakeven, then can do as you wish with your £50 inplay betessentialy you are paying either £0 or £2.50 for a £50 bet.



I have been looking doing this as well, is their anywhere in the terms that odds got be evens + etc will bet go through even if its 1/20 odds
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