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Author Topic: Finding extra income for punting?  (Read 3172 times)

Offline ramrodronnie

:lol: Depends when the horn takes me.  Last night I had a two hour session and I was asleep in he cab!  Getting old, maybe I should take a page out your book!


You don't do so bad Nagilum.  :thumbsup:
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Offline ramrodronnie

Thank you  :drinks:



I can't keep up with your sexual exploits/activities Nagilum. Even if I could afford it, I couldn't keep up with you. :cry:
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I can't keep up with your sexual exploits/activities Nagilum. Even if I could afford it, I couldn't keep up with you. :cry:

Get a shop-mobility skooter, its quicker than a zimmer !

Offline ramrodronnie

Get a shop-mobility skooter, its quicker than a zimmer !


I've got both mate, but I still can't keep up with Nagilum!!!!!  :cry: :cry: :cry:
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Offline DannyJames

Not sure if this topic has been covered or should be moved to the off-topic section  :unknown:

How do you guys find the extra cash to go punting? Odd jobs here and there, bonuses, life savings, pension, etc...

Been looking at ways to supplement extra income for my hobby. Came across "Matched Betting". Read a little about it. You basically take advantage of the free bets the bookies give you to sign up with them. Has anyone tried it and does it work?

Matched betting works and doesn't involve gambling at all since you are covering all outcomes, you are simply trying to extract the value of the free bet offered.

There is still money to be made but sadly nothing like the profits that could be had in the past. Four figures per month was achievable with a bit of work a couple of years ago but the change in gambling legislation whereby bookies now require a licence and the ring fencing of funds means that the number of competitors in the sector has dropped and as a consequence there are far fewer bonuses on offer. In addition, so many people do it that bookies are making the terms of free bets much more onerous to the player and reducing the mathematical value.

There's a few quid to be made but do your research and make sure you understand it or else you will lose cash.

Offline bfl

I do a bit of matched betting. Make about 500 quid a month from it when I have time. You need a fair bit to lay down though and takes 3 days to cash out from most bookies. Profit accumulater is good when 1st starting. It's very boring and fair time consuming. To get 500 a month I do at least an hour a day but the returns are very small, 10-15 quid a time mainly.

Offline ramrodronnie

Back the favourite to lose in every horse race. You can only do it online. Statistical fact, 70% of favourites in horse racing lose!
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Offline DannyJames

Back the favourite to lose in every horse race. You can only do it online. Statistical fact, 70% of favourites in horse racing lose!

And what happens if the 30% who win are all long odds faves? You end up in the poor house.

I have 3 days off in each week and i always do overtime during one of these days. So in my case overtime is an extra income for punting (and photography which is my another hobby).

Offline ramrodronnie

And what happens if the 30% who win are all long odds faves? You end up in the poor house.


Read, and take in what I said properly DannyJames
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Back the favourite to lose in every horse race. You can only do it online. Statistical fact, 70% of favourites in horse racing lose!

Lose as come in last or not win.

Think your being a doughnut !

And recommending the betting equivalent of bareback anal if your saying all last !

Offline rockstar

Gamblers are always quick to tell you about their wins but never ever speak about their losses. I do ok buying and selling down auctions, I also go to jumble sales, charity shops, use ebay and those local facebook groups but you have to have a knowledge of a particular area.

Been doing it for years as a side line.

Also I cant see Chelsea beating Newcastle thats a draw for me ;)

my feb punting is being supplemented by predicting... bournemouth 0-2 arsenal & chelsea 1-1 man u double  for £250 and denver broncos 13+ win for £130

dont ever expect big wins. treat your bets as a hobby on it own....rather than a way to fund punts. i just put the proceeds into long and more numerous "dates" if i get lucky

Offline arthur

I do a bit of matched betting. Make about 500 quid a month from it when I have time. You need a fair bit to lay down though and takes 3 days to cash out from most bookies. Profit accumulater is good when 1st starting. It's very boring and fair time consuming. To get 500 a month I do at least an hour a day but the returns are very small, 10-15 quid a time mainly.

How do you get 500 a month from this? from my experience theres only about 10-15 decent bookies that have sign up offers, each maybe about 30-50 pound each. Once you've got through all of them and signed up once you cant continue making money from it?

Offline ramrodronnie

Lose as come in last or not win.

Think your being a doughnut !

And recommending the betting equivalent of bareback anal if your saying all last !


I've just given you numb nuts a trade secret. Makes no odds to me what you do with it. No pun intended,  :D
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Offline DannyJames


Read, and take in what I said properly DannyJames

I did, thankyou.

You suggest that 7 out of 10 faves lose. I'm not disagreeing with that.

If you lay a horse at 1/2 for a tenner stake then it costs you £5 to cover the bet. If you lay a horse at 8/1 then it costs you £80 to cover the bet. Imagine that there are 10 races, three of which have faves at 1/2 and 7 races with faves of 8/1. Imagine then that the three horses which won their races are those 8/1 shots and the 7 which lose (where you win money) are 1/2 shots.

7 wins at £5 profit a race is £35 up
3 losses at £80 loss a race is £240 down



Net loss is £205


Offline purple_t

Overtime at work for me. £30 an hour on a Saturday, for 4 hours. Get taxed on that but still a nice little earner and I'm finished by 1:30pm

Think I will have to start washing cars or mow neighbours lawns to earn some extra cash.

Any fellow punters need cars washed or lawns mowed £10 a piece  :sarcastic:

Offline DannyJames

I did, thankyou.

You suggest that 7 out of 10 faves lose. I'm not disagreeing with that.

If you lay a horse at 1/2 for a tenner stake then it costs you £5 to cover the bet. If you lay a horse at 8/1 then it costs you £80 to cover the bet. Imagine that there are 10 races, three of which have faves at 1/2 and 7 races with faves of 8/1. Imagine then that the three horses which won their races are those 8/1 shots and the 7 which lose (where you win money) are 1/2 shots.

7 wins at £5 profit a race is £35 up
3 losses at £80 loss a race is £240 down



Net loss is £205

In my rush to post I entered the odds the wrong way round in the first line beginning 'imagine'.
It should read:

 Imagine that there are 10 races, three of which have faves at 8/1 and 7 races with faves of 1/2

The point being that just because 70% of faves lose it doesn't mean guaranteed profit.

Profit accumulater is good when 1st starting. Returns are very small, 10-15 quid a time mainly.

Have looked into profit accumulator, need to sign up and pay a subscription fee though. The returns you make 10-15 quid, is that from one single bet or collectively from all bets? If making 10 quid return from each single bet and placed 10 bets. That's 10x10=100 quid, right?

Offline Malvolio

Rather than gambling, my tactic is to take on overtime when offered and punt with the net earnings from it.

Offline DannyJames

Have looked into profit accumulator, need to sign up and pay a subscription fee though. The returns you make 10-15 quid, is that from one single bet or collectively from all bets? If making 10 quid return from each single bet and placed 10 bets. That's 10x10=100 quid, right?

Looked at the matched betting part of money saving expert, won't cost you a penny.

Offline Bluefin

Not sure if this topic has been covered or should be moved to the off-topic section  :unknown:

How do you guys find the extra cash to go punting? Odd jobs here and there, bonuses, life savings, pension, etc...

Been looking at ways to supplement extra income for my hobby. Came across "Matched Betting". Read a little about it. You basically take advantage of the free bets the bookies give you to sign up with them. Has anyone tried it and does it work?

If you have self discipline there is a website called topcashback.
At the moment they will give you £52 cashback if you sign up for a new betfair casino account, but you must deposit and wager £30 to qualify.
So sign up, do one evens bet of £30 on roulette ie red or black and thats it.
If you win you are £82 up, which will give a h/h punt for free,  :yahoo: if you lose the bet you are still £22 up, you can't lose. Dont accept any sign up bonuses though as this affects withdrawing your winnings and stick to one bet only!
There are seversl other similar offers from other Ladbrokes, William Hill etc.
I have had several free punts this way, but you need patience as it can take several weeks to receive your dosh  :hi:


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