Your First Matched Bet
Follow These 3 Simple Steps to Make Some Easy Money
Step 1 – Fund Your Accounts
Deposit a total of £35 that will turn into about £50 🙂
* Sign up for accounts using the links above to get the best deals and help me to keep these updates available for free.
Step 2 – Place Your £5 Bets on the Match Below
Newport County vs Tranmere (English League 2)
3pm – Saturday, 25 May 2019
* Above – You place this first set of bets so we can get access to the £20 free bets from Coral. Whatever the outcome, one of our bet wins and we only lose a small amount (About £0.30) known as the “Acceptable Loss” to get these free bets that make us a much bigger profit in our next set of bets below. Aim to place your bets on Friday or Saturday.
Congratulations on placing your first bets!
As soon as the match finishes, you will have won 1 out of the 2 bets that you placed. To see which bet won, you can check the results of the game by searching on Google or alternatively you can simply log back into each of your betting accounts and see which one has money in.
Note that you can genuinely make over £10,000 tax-free each year by doing matched betting in your spare time, but at this stage, we do this bet so that you can prove to yourself and friends that matched betting is a genuine opportunity.
As soon as you have your free bets in your account, after the match has taken place then place the bets below to turn them into money:
Step 3 – Place Your £20 Worth of Free Bets on the Match Below
Charlton vs Sunderland (English League 1)
3pm – Sunday, 26 May 2019
* Above – By covering all possible outcomes of this football match with Smarkets and Coral’s Free Bets, we make around £10 profit. Plus if your Smarkets bet loses then you get £10 from them, making a total of about £20 profit. Overall you would have started with £35 and you’ll end up with about £45 to £55. Much more importantly, you have proved to yourself that matched betting is a real thing that gets easier the more you do it and people really are making £10,000 tax-free from this. Why not join them?