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20Cogs- One time payment of £150-£300 for website sign ups -A comprehensive guide

20Cogs is a website which allows you to make some money for several hours of work that anybody in the UK with access to the internet can do. You can get a £150-300 one-off payment (bacs or paypal) for your efforts. What it involves is it that you simply sign up to about 20 websites and make an account (with each website/signup referred to as ‘cogs’), and in some cases interact with that website a little, thus completing the cog. That’s essentially the main part of it. Once you fulfil the conditions of the cog it will turn amber and after a period of time waiting (up to 30 days) it will turn green-so you have completed that cog.

Here is the link (though I'd recommend you read on to see if its for you):
Referral Link
Non-Referral Link

The slight caveat is that for some you have to put a small amount of your own money in to complete the cog and earn the profit. However you will always receive more money than you put in. For example, for a gambling website like Ladbrokes you will put in £5 and provided you gamble that money you will be given £10- a £5 profit (I will explain more about how you can use the money you put in for your own additional benefit later). Additionally you will sign up to some month trials of various services such as Amazon but you never ever should let it re-charge you after a month as it’s not necessary to complete the cogs. It will require a little bit of simple record keeping on your part so you remember to cancel a subscription. All of the 20Cogs have alternative offers so choose the one you feel most comfortable with.
If you are considering doing it I took the time to write this rough guide which you’re reading now. It should contain some useful information (and a couple of things I wish I’d thought about prior). It should also speed up the time it takes you complete the cogs and get your money.
You must complete all 20Cogs before you have the option to collect your earnings (which takes up to 5 working days). I was initially concerned about the legitimacy of the company (20Cogs) but hey the money was paid after 3 working days after all the cogs went ‘green’ indicating the conditions had been met to give me the money. It seems that various companies pay 20Cogs for this service in an effort to artificially inflate their membership and interactivity of their user-base. That said whatever floats their boat as the money was paid promptly and there was no fuss about it. I personally made £160 doing the minimum number of offers possible.
Before I go on I would say it’s worth it if you have several hours to kill and nothing to do in that time which would be more valuable. This also may be a reasonably productive time killer if you are stuck at home due to the Corona virus. I would suggest trying to complete all the cogs in a few days so that you only have to wait up to 30 days for them all to turn green.
Make sure you make a note after completing each cog of when you will be re -billed for a subscription and then make sure you cancel before that date no matter what. If in doubt cancel! The cogs should still go green. I made a note of everything I subscribed or signed up to (even ones with no recurring costs/subscriptions) so I could delete my account from these places after I got all the cogs green, including removing me from email lists. Ideally you could set up a unique email for this and use PayPal for all the transactions as I feel this would have been a bit more secure and resulted in less spam that way, but I had no problems using debit.
Make sure you save all the passwords and user data for every website you make an account on including 20 cogs. Also I’d take screenshots of any of the stuff you do on websites so that in case the cog doesn’t go green (or perhaps more importantly amber) you can send a ticket to 20 cogs from the help desk. They’re pretty responsive (about a day or 2) and issue rarely happened anyway. You can always go back and retroactively screenshot stuff like email receipts to prove you did the stuff they wanted you to. Make sure you use the same email for everything you do including the 20 cogs website.
For me nearly all the websites were reasonably reputable bar 1 or 2 of the lottery ones so just choose an alternate cog for the ones you don’t feel comfortable with.
For the gambling websites feel free to tactically use the money you spend (and receive from sign-up bonuses). For example making a £5 relatively safe bet on the football or online blackjack-as long as you spend the original money you put in, you can profit from any successful bets and just withdraw that money (you may need to deposit a little more money in order to withdraw any winnings as some of these websites have minimum withdrawals values around £20). Also beware that some credit cards charge a fee (like £3 per deposit!) for spending any money on gambling websites so don’t use a credit card or check for those fees first.
Also make sure you read the terms information 20 cogs puts on each cogs little page. It will tell you about conditions and charges. For example I didn’t read one and was surprised when I got an extra charge from a lotto website, it was annoying in that it meant the cog wasn’t profitable and so I lost money on that one. That was the only one that was like that though for me. In retrospect I may have chosen a different offer, but it might have been easier to just complete that cog just so it was one less to complete of the whole 20 (and thus get the payment).
One of the cogs has you refer a friend, but in the absence of reaching out to someone you can just spend 2 minutes and make a free email on a multitude of email services (e.g. yandex.com) and claim the bonus without needing anyone else.
Again just to be clear make sure you unsubscribe to these websites with month long trials followed by re-billing as it’s never necessary to renew a subscription to complete the cog. Never.
If you found this guide in any way useful and you are going to do it, I’d really appreciate you using my referral code:
https://20cogs.co.uk/validate/refer_a_friend/welcome/2251246?keyword=referred
Here is the non-referral link if you’d prefer: https://20cogs.co.uk/

Finally, I will just say I recommend seeing it through if you start it. While I was a little worried about having to contest every cog and that 20Cogs would be picky about making them green, I found this wasn’t an issue and the cogs went all green pretty suddenly one day after waiting the expected time.
If you have any further questions please feel free to ask. Thanks for reading if you made it this far and stay safe!
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Make at Least £60 Guaranteed Profit from Casino Offers on TopCashback + £10 Referral Bonus

With casino offers and gambling in general, there is always a risk you will lose money. However, there are many offers on TopCashback which will guarantee you a profit as long as you don't wager more than you need to for the cashback.
You can earn a minimum of £51 in guaranteed profit by signing up to offers which I have listed below and if you sign up to my referral link below, you will earn an additional £10. I definitely earned a lot of profit from doing these on both Quidco and TopCashback and I would argue the ones which offer slightly less cashback than the amount you have to wager are still really good deals too.
Referral Link: https://www.topcashback.co.uk/ref/jellery909
Non- Ref Link (No £10 Bonus): https://www.topcashback.co.uk/

Here are a list of all the guaranteed profit offers below:

Retailer Activity Cashback Amount
Betfair Casino Deposit and bet £70 £100 (£30 Guaranteed Profit)
Paddy Power Games Deposit and bet £10 £20 (£10 Guaranteed Profit)
Ladbrokes £10 minimum wager £31.50 (£20 Guaranteed Profit)
BingoPort Completed registration (No deposit needed) £3.15 Guaranteed Profit
LottoLand IE Spend 5 euros or over £12.60 (£7.60 Guaranteed profit at least)
I have also done the other ones which offer slightly less cashback than the initial deposit and wagering which I would argue are very lucrative offers due to Estimated Value. However, they do involve a risk which is why I haven't listed them above.

ADDITIONAL NOTE: If you feel you don't have self-control when it comes to these types of offers or gambling in general, I would advise against doing them.
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My MASSIVE Beermoney guide for the UK, Europe (and most of the world)

With the new year arriving, I decided to have a good look at and re-evaluate all of the beer money sites that I use, with the hope of having a running start to the new year, so without further a due; here goes

TLDR:

Best Survey Site is Prolific Academic | Non
Best GPT Site is: Swagbucks | Non
Best Work at Home site is: ClickworkeUHRS | non (but please read my ClickworkeUHRS Guide
Best Match Betting Site: Profit Accumulator | Non
Best New(ish) site: PrizeRebel | Non

Surveys:

Survey sites are probably the most common type of beermoney site you'll encounter, but not all of them were created equally, here's my pick of the bunch:

Prolific Academic | Non
 
Yougov | Non
 
Survey Network | Non
 
Opinium Research | Non
 
Ipsos i-SAY
 
Pinecone Research
 
AnswerPoints
 
NewVistaLive
 
Valued Opinions
 
Vivantic | non
 
Survey Bees
 
Branded Surveys | Non
 

Smartphone apps:

Most Smartphone apps are a combination of mystery shopping and tasks to do at home (downloading apps etc.). The mystery shopping gigs can pay really well, but it's obviously very location dependent. Downloading apps also pays very well, but it's a one shot deal (meaning once you've downloaded an app you can't get paid for doing it again)

StreetSpotr Apple | Android | Website
 
Field Agent Apple | Website
 
Roamler - Apple | Android | Website
 
Clic and Walk - Apple | Android | Website
 
Spare5 - Apple | Website
 
Task360 - Apple | Website
 
Yoobic - Apple | Android | Webiste
 
Voxpopme - Apple | Android | Website | Non
 

Get paid to websites (GPT):

Probably the 2nd most common type of beermoney site on the web, do various tasks and get paid for it; hence the name Get Paid To

Swagbucks | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Gift Cards
  • Minimum Payout: £5
  • Available In: US, UK, Canada, Australia, Ireland
 
PrizeRebel | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Gift Cards, Prepaid visa/mastercard
  • Minimum Payout: $5
  • Available In: US, UK, Canada, Australia, Ireland
 
Clixsense | Non
  • Payout Method: Check, Paypal, PayToo, Payza
  • Minimum Payout: $8
  • Available In: Worldwide, but studies are targeted to specific demographics
 
InstaGC | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Cheque, Bank Transfer, Gift Cards
  • Minimum Payout: $1
  • Available In: all countries and regions that are supported by PayPal, excluding China and Vietnam (Heres the List)
 
Inbox pounds | Non
  • Payout Method: Cheque
  • Minimum Payout: £20
  • Available In: UK
 
Global Test Market
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Dwolla, Tango Cards, Giftcards
  • Minimum Payout: $10
  • Available In: USA, UK, Canada
 

Work from home jobs:

Sometimes companies needs lot of repetetive work done, when they do they'll use sites like these, You can occasionally come across a job (or HIT as they're sometimes called) which you enjoy and when that happens you can make huge profits very quickly.

ClickworkeUHRS | non
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: €5
  • Available In: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Vietnam
  • Notes:It's a bit of work to get into UHRS (where the most money is) so i wrote a ClickworkeUHRS Guide
 
Amazon MTurk
  • Payout Method: Amazon US giftcard (frustratingly it's only for the US store)
  • Minimum Payout:
  • Available In: Over 190 countries
  • Notes: Best work at home type job if you're in the US, but payment isn't great outside the US. They also seem to be allow some people from some countries to sign up and not others.
 
TakeNote
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: None, whatever you have earned is paid to Paypal within the first 14 days of each month
  • Available In: UK (But it looks like there's nothing to stop you from being paid as long as you have good English)
  • Notes: Good for picking up transcription work, pay is decent, requires you to do a few tests before starting
 
LeapForce
  • Payout Method: Cheque, Bank Deposit
  • Minimum Payout: None, You get paid whatever you've earned every 30 days
  • Available In: UK, US, Canada, Brazil, Egypt, Germany, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Japan, Italy, France, Mexico, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Phillipines, Turkey
  • Notes: Pays really REALLY well, but it's like a proper job, you have a quite difficult entrance exam and they can deny your application. Mostly search engineer evaluation work
 
Lionbridge
  • Payout Method: Cheque, Bank Deposit
  • Minimum Payout: None, You you get paid whatever you've earned as part of their monthly payment schedule
  • Available In: Worldwide, but they only hire when they need someone from a specific area, you'll need to check regularly
  • Notes: Pays really REALLY well, but it's like a proper job, you have a quite difficult entrance exam and they can deny your application.
 
63336/AQA
  • Payout Method: Cheque, Bank Deposit
    • Minimum Payout: None? (I think)
    • Available In: UK
    • Notes: Answer questions for money, I still haven't personally managed to sign up for this service yet
 

Free daily cash prize draws:

These are simply free prize draws that I (try) to check every day.

The Selfie Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: Worldwide
  • Notes: Simply Upload a picture to win. You need to manually check it daily, If you don't check and you win, you lose your £10 prize
 
Lucky Phone | Non
  • Payout Method: Bank Transfer
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: UK only (I think?)
  • Notes: Sign up for their daily prize draw. give them your phone number to be entered into the larger prize draws (I've not had any junk phone calls so far, so it seems like they don't sell your number) Once again you need to manually check everyday to see if you've won or you lose the prize
 
Free Postcode Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Bank Transfer
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: UK Only
  • Notes: Sign up, give them your postcode and if your postcode is the one drawn you share the prize with everyone who played from your postcode. Another which needs to be checked in order to claim the prize
 
Ashleigh Money Saver's £50 daily draw | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal? I've not won yet
  • Minimum Payout: £50
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Sign up via facebook and if your name is drawn you win £50 - once against if you don't claim the prize within 24 hrs then you don't win the prize
 
The Street Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Once again you need to manually check every day. For everyday you check and don’t win you are given an additional entry into the next draw. So if you go two weeks without a win you will have 14 entries into the draw.
 
Free Birthday Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, BACS or PAYM
  • Minimum Payout: £5
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Another one you need to manually check every day
 
FreeMojiLottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Unknown
  • Minimum Payout: $20
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Check every day to see if your emoji "combo" has won the prize. Failure to check means you lose it, so you need to check it every day.
 
*Emoji Lottery *
  • Payout Method: Unknown
  • Minimum Payout: based on their add revenue
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Check every day to see if your emoji "combo" has won the prize. Failure to check means you lose it, so you need to check it every day.
 

Earn using cashback websites

I don't see it mentioned very often in here, but I assume most users will already know about using cashback websites to earn some extra beer money.

For those who don't, cashback websites are a simple idea. Companies pay cashback sites a certain amount of money for each genuine and new customer they bring in, the cashback sites then offer the user a set amount of money for going through them to sign up to the company in question. You can also use cashback sites to claim money from real stores, although I've never really did this myself. There are lots of cashback sites out there, but I use the 2 most trusted and largest for UK users, these are:
TopCashBack | Non
  • Payout Method: BACS, PayPal, Gift Cards
  • Minimum Payout: 1p
  • Available In: UK, US
  • Notes: There is a free and premium option, use the free option
 
Quidco | Non
  • Payout Method: BACS, PayPal, Amazon
  • Minimum Payout: £1 (you have to set this)
  • Available In: UK only (I think?)
  • Notes: There is a free and premium option, use the free option
I've collated the best offers for these 2 sites.
For Best results with Cashback offers you should:
  • Clear your cookies (or better yet, use another browser)
  • Turn off any adblockers you may have on
  • Always read the offer thoroughly
The first group of offers are free offers which require you to sign up to a website, or get a quote, or sign up to a free trial. By using all of these offers at the time of writing you can earn an easy £30!

Free offers

Website Quidco Profit Website Top Cashback Profit Notes
Confused.com Car Insurance £2.20 Confused.com Car Insurance £2.32 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Pet Insurance £0.50 Confused.com Pet Insurance £0.60 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Travel Insurance £0.55 Confused.com Travel Insurance £0.55 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Home Insurance £2.20 Confused.com Home Insurance £2.32 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Motorbike Insurance £2.00 Confused.com Motorbike Insurance £2.32 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Van Insurance Confused.com Van Insurance £2.02 For a Genuine New Quote
Resident Review £1.00 Resident Review £1.01 Leave a review of your landlord or estate agent
Graze.com £1.50 Graze.com £1.51 Sign up for a free box & cashback
Western Union £1.00 Western Union £1.01 For a new signup
The People's Operator £1.00 The People's Operator - For activating a free PayAsYouGo sim card
QuoteSearcher £3.50 QuoteSearcher £3.53 For generating a genuine insurance quote (various cashback amounts for different quotes)
ValueMyCV £0.60 ValueMyCV
Get me a Ticket £1.00 Get me a ticket £1.01 For registering an account
Search Lotto £0.50 Search Lotto £0.50 Make 25 searches for cashback and a free ticket
Quotezone £3.50 QuoteZone £3.55 For generating a genuine insurance quote (various cashback amounts for different quotes)
MySurvey UK - MySurvey UK £1.81 must complete a double opt in and at least one survey
FreeStuff.eu - FreeStuff.eu £0.70 For a new signup
Property Moose £2.00 Property Moose £2.02 For a new signup
Match.com £1.00 Match.com £1.01 For a new signup
MyOffers - MyOffers £0.50 For a new signup
Readly £0.30 Readly £0.30 Completion of 30 day free trial
 
Another way to continue your earning is to hit the deposit offers. These are offers you can sign up to through TopCashBack | Non and Quidco | Non which pay you more in cashback than you need to deposit to claim the cashback. So for example if you sign up to Gala Bingo through Quidco and wager £10 on their site you will receive £30 cashback through Quidco, giving you a £20 profit (and you'd be surprised how often you acctually win at these bingo sites too!) At the time of writing there is just over £130 to be earned using these methods! *(Please note, these offers are correct at the time of writing but do change fairly frequently) *

Deposit Offers

Quidco Top Cashback
Website Deposit Cashback Profit Website Deposit Cashback Profit
Gala Bingo £10.00 £30.00 £20.00 Gala Bingo - - -
Ladbrokes Bingo £10.00 £30.00 £20.00 Ladbrokes Bingo £10.00 £30.30 £20.30
William Hill Bingo £10.00 £30.00 £20.00 William Hill Bingo £20.00 £25.25 £5.25
Betfair Bingo £10.00 £20.00 £10.00 Betfair Bingo £10.00 £15.15 £5.15
32 Red Bingo £20.00 £25.00 £5.00 32 Red Bingo £20.00 £25.25 £5.25
Betway Bingo £20.00 £25.00 £5.00 Betway Bingo £20.00 £25.25 £5.25
Dream Bingo £20.00 £25.00 £5.00 Dream Bingo £20.00 £25.25 £5.25
Lucky Pants Bingo - - - Lucky Pants Bingo £10.00 £15.15 £5.15
The National Lottery - - - The National Lottery £10.00 £15.15 £5.15
Bingo Extra - - - Bingo Extra £10.00 £15.15 £5.15
Bgo Bingo £20.00 £25.00 £5.00 Bgo Bingo - - -
Bingocams £10.00 £15.00 £5.00 BingoCams £10.00 £12.12 £2.12
Glossy Bingo - - - Glossy Bingo £10.00 £13.13 £3.13
Dotty Bingo - - - Dotty Bingo £10.00 £13.13 £3.13
Bingo on the Box £10.00 £13.00 £3.00 Bingo on the Box - - -
Butlers Bingo £10.00 £13.00 £3.00 Butlers Bingo - - -
Winner Bingo £10.00 £13.00 £3.00 Winner Bingo - - -
Deal or no deal Bingo £10.00 £12.00 £2.00 Deal or no Deal Bingo - - -
Mecca Bingo £10.00 £11.50 £1.50 Mecca Bingo £10.00 £11.61 £1.61
So, there you go. Easy money and you can work through most of these offers in a day (although tracking them will normally take a week or so) If you have any questions then fire away, I'll try my best to answer
TL:DR: Sign up to TopCashBack | Non and Quidco | Non and use the offers above to make a cool £160
 

Other things worth checking out:

What Users Do
  • Payout Method: PayPal.
  • Minimum Payout: They pay on the 25th of each month
  • Available In: Worldwide (if you speak English)
  • Notes: Test websites with your microphone and/or camera on, payment is great (£8 per test) and most tests last around 10-20 minutes
 
Match Betting | Non
Alternative Match Betting | Non
What is Match Betting?
Match betting is a LEGAL, RISK FREE & TAX FREE way of earning Money. You earn by taking advantage of the various sign up and "reload" offers that bookies provide new and existing customers. For example, when you sign up to William Hill they have an offer of "Deposit £10, get a £20 free bet" You can use this bet and then lay against it at a betting exchange
For example:
Bookie: Bet Chelsea to WIN
Exchange: Bet Chelsea to NOT WIN (It should be noted than when you make a lay at a betting exchange you're covering all other options, so by saying you think Chelsea will NOT win you're saying they will either lose or draw, anything except win)
So now that you've placed them, these two bets will cancel each other out, resulting in you breaking even (or losing a little bit of cash) after this initial bet you will be credited with your free bet. Now, repeat this process again - except this time it's not your own money being used to place the bet! So you get to keep the profits.
How to get started
The best way (I believe) to get started is to sign up for the free trial on Profit Accumulator | Non and follow their step by step instructions. Using their site you can claim two of the offers and earn £45. During the trial you will have the basics of match betting explained to you and once you have earned from your free trial you can use the profit to upgrade to a Platinum account(£22.99/month or £150/year). If you become a platinum member you will have access to hundreds of offers and dozens of extra guides to help you on your journey. When I started doing this a few years back I only used £50 (That I earned doing surveys) as my starting float, however a bigger pot of £100 is advised to help you work through offers quicker.
If you're going to get started with match betting, I recommend you take a photo of the following: Passport or Driving License, bank card used to deposit money, and a recent utility bill - As the bookies fraud prevention teams occasionally ask for these (I've only had it happen once, but it does happen)
Being gubbed & mug bets
Mug bets - Ok, so match betting is completely legal, however, Most bookies aren't too keen on you only using them for offers. So it's highly recommended to place occasional "mug bets" - What's a mug bet? It's basically a normal (small) bet which is nothing to do with your match betting. A mug bet is simply a small bet to make you look like a regular customer, once again Profit Accumulator | Non has got you covered on the best ways to place mug bets. They advise following a cycle: Qualifying bet, free bet, mug bet, withdraw profits.
Being gubbed - This is when a bookie has figured out that you're only match betting and using their offers, the bookie can limit your account to only making small bets, or not getting any offers. You can get back in good stead with them by placing non-offer bets but this could take time and still never amount to anything.
TL:DR: Use the free trial from Profit Accumulator | Non to make your first £45 from the bookies (Risk Free). Alternatively try Odds Monkey | Non
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On the sick gambling culture of English Football

Cigarette advertisements have been cracked down on and squashed in the UK, both in public and on TV, for the good of public health. The FA has taken a stand on alcohol, and Everton were no longer allowed to use their long standing brewery sponsor, Chang.
But the insidious addiction of gambling has replaced physical vices, and instead of blowing a hundred quid on a night out or thirty on a few packs of cigarettes, those who don't have the money to burn have been coerced into dropping thousands on betting. In towns like Stoke-on-Trent, Burnley, and Bolton, where the economy is stagnant and the people forgotten, gambling companies systematically mine the vulnerable for what money they have. How do the football teams representing these places respond?
Stoke City FC - Sponsored by Bet365
Burnley FC - Sponsored by Dafabet, and naming a stand after Ladbrokes
Bolton Wanderers FC - Sponsored by Betfred
Broadcast coverage bombards the viewer with betting ads.

BET IN PLEH WITH REH

Sideboards, stands, and shirts mean every shot includes a gambling advertisement. It's impossible to get away from. Betting companies have monopolised the "advertising vice" in football now alcohol is gone, and so the big offers are from gambling corporations. Hell, they've even managed to convince fans to walk around advertising their companies on matchdays - you can't get a shirt without the ad, but you have to pay extra for the league badges!
Below is a list of all teams in the Football League that don't use betting sponsors on their shirts. I implore you NOT to buy shirts with gambling sponsors on them.

Premier League

Arsenal - Fly Emirates
Brighton - American Express
Chelsea - Yokohoma Tires
Leicester - King Power
Liverpool - Standard Chartered
Man City - Etihad Airways
Man United - Chevrolet
Southampton - Virgin Mobile
Spurs - AIA Insurance
Watford - FxPro
West Brom - Palm Development
Total teams without gambling sponsors: 11/20

EFL Championship

Barnsley - C.K. Beckett
Bristol City - Lancer Scott
Cardiff City - Visit Malaysia
Derby County - Avon Tires
Ipswich - Marcus Evans
Middlesbrough - Ramsdens Currency
Millwall - DCS Roofing
Edit: Reading are also gambling free
Sheffield United - Teletext Holidays
Sheffield Wednesday - Chansiri
Wolves - The Money Shop - Payday loans, another scummy way of screwing the poor, so they can get lumped in with the scummy gambling sponsors
Total teams without gambling (or payday loans) sponsors: 10/24

EFL League One

Blackpool - TP
Bradford - JCT Cars
Bristol Rovers - Two Non-Gambling Sponsors
Bury - Two Non-Gambling Sponsors
Doncaster - Virgin Trains
Fleetwood Town - BES Gas
Gillingham - MEMS Power
MK Dons - Suzuki
Northampton - University of Northampton
Oldham - PFE Express
Oxford United - Liontrust
Peterborough United - Mick George
Plymouth Argyle - Ginsters Pasties
Portsmouth - Jobsite
Rochdale - Crown Oil
Rotherham United - Two Non-Gambling Sponsors
Scunthorpe United - British Steel
Shrewsbury - Two Non-Gambling Sponsors
Southend - Martin Dawn
Walsall - Homeserve
Wigan - Inter Sport
AFC Wimbledon - Football Manager (Love this one)
Total teams without betting sponsors - 22/24

EFL League 2

No betting sponsors, 24/24. Cheltenham have a shower company, which is cool. Notts County have a total of 8 sponsors, one each month - that's a pain.
Please don't encourage gambling, in the same way you wouldn't encourage cocaine or heroin addiction. Gambling destroys lives in the exact same way, and a person should be able to watch sport without having gambling corporations shoved into their face.
Thank you for reading.
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My MASSIVE beermoney guide for 2017 (UK, Europe & most of the world)

With the new year coming up, I decided to have a good look at and re-evaluate all of the beer money sites that I use, with the hope of having a running start to the new year, so without further a due; here goes

Surveys:

Survey sites are probably the most common type of beermoney site you'll encounter, but not all of them were created equally, here's my pick of the bunch:

Prolific Academic | Non
 
Yougov | Non
 
Survey Network | Non
 
Ipsos i-SAY | non
 
Pinecone Research
 
Populus Live | Non
 
JustTheAnswer
 
NewVistaLive
 
Opinium Research
 
Valued Opinions
 
Vivantic | non
 
Survey Bees
 
MintVine | Non
 

Smartphone apps:

Most Smartphone apps are a combination of mystery shopping and tasks to do at home (downloading apps etc.). The mystery shopping gigs can pay really well, but it's obviously very location dependent. Downloading apps also pays very well, but it's a one shot deal (meaning once you've downloaded an app you can't get paid for doing it again)

StreetSpotr Apple | Android | Website
 
Field Agent Apple | Website
 
Roamler - Apple | Android | Website
 
Clic and Walk - Apple | Android | Website
 
Spare5 - Apple | Website
 
Task360 - Apple | Website
 
Yoobic - Apple | Android | Webiste
 
Voxpopme - Apple | Android | Website | Non
 

Get paid to websites (GPT):

Probably the 2nd most common type of beermoney site on the web, do various tasks and get paid for it; hence the name Get Paid To

Swagbucks | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Gift Cards
  • Minimum Payout: £5
  • Available In: US, UK, Canada, Australia, Ireland
 
Clixsense | Non
  • Payout Method: Check, Paypal, PayToo, Payza
  • Minimum Payout: $8
  • Available In: Worldwide, but studies are targeted to specific demographics
 
InstaGC | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Cheque, Bank Transfer, Gift Cards
  • Minimum Payout: $1
  • Available In: all countries and regions that are supported by PayPal, excluding China and Vietnam (Heres the List)
 
Inbox pounds | Non
  • Payout Method: Cheque
  • Minimum Payout: £20
  • Available In: UK
 
Global Test Market
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Dwolla, Tango Cards, Giftcards
  • Minimum Payout: $10
  • Available In: USA, UK, Canada
 

Work from home jobs:

Sometimes companies needs lot of repetetive work done, when they do they'll use sites like these, You can occasionally come across a job (or HIT as they're sometimes called) which you enjoy and when that happens you can make huge profits very quickly.

ClickworkeUHRS | non
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: €5
  • Available In: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Vietnam
  • Notes:It's a bit of work to get into UHRS (where the most money is) so i wrote a ClickworkeUHRS Guide
 
Amazon MTurk
  • Payout Method: Amazon US giftcard (frustratingly it's only for the US store)
  • Minimum Payout:
  • Available In: Over 190 countries
  • Notes: Best work at home type job if you're in the US, but payment isn't great outside the US. They also seem to be allow some people from some countries to sign up and not others.
 
TakeNote
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: None, whatever you have earned is paid to Paypal within the first 14 days of each month
  • Available In: UK (But it looks like there's nothing to stop you from being paid as long as you have good English)
  • Notes: Good for picking up transcription work, pay is decent, requires you to do a few tests before starting
 
LeapForce
  • Payout Method: Cheque, Bank Deposit
  • Minimum Payout: None, You get paid whatever you've earned every 30 days
  • Available In: UK, US, Canada, Brazil, Egypt, Germany, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Japan, Italy, France, Mexico, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Phillipines, Turkey
  • Notes: Pays really REALLY well, but it's like a proper job, you have a quite difficult entrance exam and they can deny your application. Mostly search engineer evaluation work
 
Lionbridge
  • Payout Method: Cheque, Bank Deposit
  • Minimum Payout: None, You you get paid whatever you've earned as part of their monthly payment schedule
  • Available In: Worldwide, but they only hire when they need someone from a specific area, you'll need to check regularly
  • Notes: Pays really REALLY well, but it's like a proper job, you have a quite difficult entrance exam and they can deny your application.
 
63336/AQA
  • Payout Method: Cheque, Bank Deposit
    • Minimum Payout: None? (I think)
    • Available In: UK
    • Notes: Answer questions for money, I still haven't personally managed to sign up for this service yet
 

Free daily cash prize draws:

These are simply free prize draws that I (try) to check every day.

The Selfie Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: Worldwide
  • Notes: Simply Upload a picture to win. You need to manually check it daily, If you don't check and you win, you lose your £10 prize
 
Lucky Phone | Non
  • Payout Method: Bank Transfer
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: UK only (I think?)
  • Notes: Sign up for their daily prize draw. give them your phone number to be entered into the larger prize draws (I've not had any junk phone calls so far, so it seems like they don't sell your number) Once again you need to manually check everyday to see if you've won or you lose the prize
 
Free Postcode Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Bank Transfer
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: UK Only
  • Notes: Sign up, give them your postcode and if your postcode is the one drawn you share the prize with everyone who played from your postcode. Another which needs to be checked in order to claim the prize
 
Ashleigh Money Saver's £50 daily draw | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal? I've not won yet
  • Minimum Payout: £50
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Sign up via facebook and if your name is drawn you win £50 - once against if you don't claim the prize within 24 hrs then you don't win the prize
 
The Street Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Once again you need to manually check every day. For everyday you check and don’t win you are given an additional entry into the next draw. So if you go two weeks without a win you will have 14 entries into the draw.
 
Free Birthday Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, BACS or PAYM
  • Minimum Payout: £5
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Another one you need to manually check every day
 
FreeMojiLottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Unknown
  • Minimum Payout: $20
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Check every day to see if your emoji "combo" has won the prize. Failure to check means you lose it, so you need to check it every day.
 
**Emoji Lottery
  • Payout Method: Unknown
  • Minimum Payout: based on their add revenue
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Check every day to see if your emoji "combo" has won the prize. Failure to check means you lose it, so you need to check it every day.
 

Earn using cashback websites

I don't see it mentioned very often in here, but I assume most users will already know about using cashback websites to earn some extra beer money.

For those who don't, cashback websites are a simple idea. Companies pay cashback sites a certain amount of money for each genuine and new customer they bring in, the cashback sites then offer the user a set amount of money for going through them to sign up to the company in question. You can also use cashback sites to claim money from real stores, although I've never really did this myself. There are lots of cashback sites out there, but I use the 2 most trusted and largest for UK users, these are:
TopCashBack | Non
  • Payout Method: BACS, PayPal, Gift Cards
  • Minimum Payout: 1p
  • Available In: UK, US
  • Notes: There is a free and premium option, use the free option
 
Quidco | Non
  • Payout Method: BACS, PayPal, Amazon
  • Minimum Payout: £1 (you have to set this)
  • Available In: UK only (I think?)
  • Notes: There is a free and premium option, use the free option
I've collated the best offers for these 2 sites.
For Best results with Cashback offers you should:
  • Clear your cookies (or better yet, use another browser)
  • Turn off any adblockers you may have on
  • Always read the offer thoroughly
The first group of offers are free offers which require you to sign up to a website, or get a quote, or sign up to a free trial. By using all of these offers at the time of writing you can earn an easy £30!

Free offers

Website Quidco Profit Website Top Cashback Profit Notes
Confused.com Car Insurance £2.20 Confused.com Car Insurance £2.32 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Pet Insurance £0.50 Confused.com Pet Insurance £0.60 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Travel Insurance £0.55 Confused.com Travel Insurance £0.55 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Home Insurance £2.20 Confused.com Home Insurance £2.32 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Motorbike Insurance £2.00 Confused.com Motorbike Insurance £2.32 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Van Insurance Confused.com Van Insurance £2.02 For a Genuine New Quote
Resident Review £1.00 Resident Review £1.01 Leave a review of your landlord or estate agent
Graze.com £1.50 Graze.com £1.51 Sign up for a free box & cashback
Western Union £1.00 Western Union £1.01 For a new signup
The People's Operator £1.00 The People's Operator - For activating a free PayAsYouGo sim card
QuoteSearcher £3.50 QuoteSearcher £3.53 For generating a genuine insurance quote (various cashback amounts for different quotes)
ValueMyCV £0.60 ValueMyCV
Get me a Ticket £1.00 Get me a ticket £1.01 For registering an account
Search Lotto £0.50 Search Lotto £0.50 Make 25 searches for cashback and a free ticket
Quotezone £3.50 QuoteZone £3.55 For generating a genuine insurance quote (various cashback amounts for different quotes)
MySurvey UK - MySurvey UK £1.81 must complete a double opt in and at least one survey
FreeStuff.eu - FreeStuff.eu £0.70 For a new signup
Property Moose £2.00 Property Moose £2.02 For a new signup
Match.com £1.00 Match.com £1.01 For a new signup
MyOffers - MyOffers £0.50 For a new signup
Readly £0.30 Readly £0.30 Completion of 30 day free trial
 
Another way to continue your earning is to hit the deposit offers. These are offers you can sign up to through TopCashBack | Non and Quidco | Non which pay you more in cashback than you need to deposit to claim the cashback. So for example if you sign up to Gala Bingo through Quidco and wager £10 on their site you will receive £30 cashback through Quidco, giving you a £20 profit (and you'd be surprised how often you acctually win at these bingo sites too!) At the time of writing there is just over £130 to be earned using these methods! *(Please note, these offers are correct at the time of writing but do change fairly frequently) *

Deposit Offers

Quidco Top Cashback
Website Deposit Cashback Profit Website Deposit Cashback Profit
Gala Bingo £10.00 £30.00 £20.00 Gala Bingo - - -
Ladbrokes Bingo £10.00 £30.00 £20.00 Ladbrokes Bingo £10.00 £30.30 £20.30
William Hill Bingo £10.00 £30.00 £20.00 William Hill Bingo £20.00 £25.25 £5.25
Betfair Bingo £10.00 £20.00 £10.00 Betfair Bingo £10.00 £15.15 £5.15
32 Red Bingo £20.00 £25.00 £5.00 32 Red Bingo £20.00 £25.25 £5.25
Betway Bingo £20.00 £25.00 £5.00 Betway Bingo £20.00 £25.25 £5.25
Dream Bingo £20.00 £25.00 £5.00 Dream Bingo £20.00 £25.25 £5.25
Lucky Pants Bingo - - - Lucky Pants Bingo £10.00 £15.15 £5.15
The National Lottery - - - The National Lottery £10.00 £15.15 £5.15
Bingo Extra - - - Bingo Extra £10.00 £15.15 £5.15
Bgo Bingo £20.00 £25.00 £5.00 Bgo Bingo - - -
Bingocams £10.00 £15.00 £5.00 BingoCams £10.00 £12.12 £2.12
Glossy Bingo - - - Glossy Bingo £10.00 £13.13 £3.13
Dotty Bingo - - - Dotty Bingo £10.00 £13.13 £3.13
Bingo on the Box £10.00 £13.00 £3.00 Bingo on the Box - - -
Butlers Bingo £10.00 £13.00 £3.00 Butlers Bingo - - -
Winner Bingo £10.00 £13.00 £3.00 Winner Bingo - - -
Deal or no deal Bingo £10.00 £12.00 £2.00 Deal or no Deal Bingo - - -
Mecca Bingo £10.00 £11.50 £1.50 Mecca Bingo £10.00 £11.61 £1.61
So, there you go. Easy money and you can work through most of these offers in a day (although tracking them will normally take a week or so) If you have any questions then fire away, I'll try my best to answer
TL:DR: Sign up to TopCashBack | Non and Quidco | Non and use the offers above to make a cool £160
 

Other things worth checking out:

What Users Do
  • Payout Method: PayPal.
  • Minimum Payout: They pay on the 25th of each month
  • Available In: Worldwide (if you speak English)
  • Notes: Test websites with your microphone and/or camera on, payment is great (£8 per test) and most tests last around 10-20 minutes
 
Match Betting | Non
What is Match Betting?
Match betting is a LEGAL, RISK FREE & TAX FREE way of earning Money. You earn by taking advantage of the various sign up and "reload" offers that bookies provide new and existing customers. For example, when you sign up to William Hill they have an offer of "Deposit £10, get a £20 free bet" You can use this bet and then lay against it at a betting exchange
For example:
Bookie: Bet Chelsea to WIN
Exchange: Bet Chelsea to NOT WIN (It should be noted than when you make a lay at a betting exchange you're covering all other options, so by saying you think Chelsea will NOT win you're saying they will either lose or draw, anything except win)
So now that you've placed them, these two bets will cancel each other out, resulting in you breaking even (or losing a little bit of cash) after this initial bet you will be credited with your free bet. Now, repeat this process again - except this time it's not your own money being used to place the bet! So you get to keep the profits.
How to get started
The best way (I believe) to get started is to sign up for the free trial on Profit Accumulator | Non and follow their step by step instructions. Using their site you can claim two of the offers and earn £45. During the trial you will have the basics of match betting explained to you and once you have earned from your free trial you can use the profit to upgrade to a Platinum account(£22.99/month or £150/year). If you become a platinum member you will have access to hundreds of offers and dozens of extra guides to help you on your journey. When I started doing this a few years back I only used £50 (That I earned doing surveys) as my starting float, however a bigger pot of £100 is advised to help you work through offers quicker.
If you're going to get started with match betting, I recommend you take a photo of the following: Passport or Driving License, bank card used to deposit money, and a recent utility bill - As the bookies fraud prevention teams occasionally ask for these (I've only had it happen once, but it does happen)
Being gubbed & mug bets
Mug bets - Ok, so match betting is completely legal, however, Most bookies aren't too keen on you only using them for offers. So it's highly recommended to place occasional "mug bets" - What's a mug bet? It's basically a normal (small) bet which is nothing to do with your match betting. A mug bet is simply a small bet to make you look like a regular customer, once again Profit Accumulator | Non has got you covered on the best ways to place mug bets. They advise following a cycle: Qualifying bet, free bet, mug bet, withdraw profits.
Being gubbed - This is when a bookie has figured out that you're only match betting and using their offers, the bookie can limit your account to only making small bets, or not getting any offers. You can get back in good stead with them by placing non-offer bets but this could take time and still never amount to anything.
Slot Offers
These offers aren't required to make a healthy profit, but they can be a good earner for you. Slot offers come in many different flavours, and you have to take each one for its merits, some are simply a few free spins and sometimes you have large wagers involved for your free spins. People are often put off by slots because a lot of the time they’re not completely risk-free. It is up to you to weigh up the value of doing them as you have the chance to win big from doing these, you have the potential to make upwards of £100 from a single offer, but like I said... not for everyone. Profit Accumulator | Non will advise you about the risk factor for each slot offer. It will either be no risk (so for examples and offers where the bookies will give you your money back – wager £5 and be credited £5 if you lose it all) or a low risk offer (which is what most slot offers are) where you have to wager a larger amount but the potential earnings are a lot higher. They will also tell you which slots you are best using, unless the offer is for a selected slot only
TL:DR: Use the free trial from Profit Accumulator | Non to make your first £45 from the bookies (Risk Free).
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my MASSIVE beermoney guide for 2017 (UK, Europe & most of the world)

With the new year coming up, I decided to have a good look at and re-evaluate all of the beer money sites that I use, with the hope of having a running start to the new year, so without further a due; here goes

Surveys:

Survey sites are probably the most common type of beermoney site you'll encounter, but not all of them were created equally, here's my pick of the bunch:

Prolific Academic | Non
 
Yougov | Non
 
Survey Network | Non
 
Ipsos i-SAY | non
 
Pinecone Research
 
Populus Live | Non
 
JustTheAnswer
 
NewVistaLive
 
Opinium Research
 
Valued Opinions
 
Vivantic | non
 
Survey Bees
 
MintVine | Non
 

Smartphone apps:

Most Smartphone apps are a combination of mystery shopping and tasks to do at home (downloading apps etc.). The mystery shopping gigs can pay really well, but it's obviously very location dependent. Downloading apps also pays very well, but it's a one shot deal (meaning once you've downloaded an app you can't get paid for doing it again)

StreetSpotr Apple | Android | Website
 
Field Agent Apple | Website
 
Roamler - Apple | Android | Website
 
Clic and Walk - Apple | Android | Website
 
Spare5 - Apple | Website
 
Task360 - Apple | Website
 
Yoobic - Apple | Android | Webiste
 
Geotask - Apple | Android | Webiste
 
Voxpopme - Apple | Android | Website | Non
 

Get paid to websites (GPT):

Probably the 2nd most common type of beermoney site on the web, do various tasks and get paid for it; hence the name Get Paid To

Swagbucks | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Gift Cards
  • Minimum Payout: £5
  • Available In: US, UK, Canada, Australia, Ireland
 
Clixsense | Non
  • Payout Method: Check, Paypal, PayToo, Payza
  • Minimum Payout: $8
  • Available In: Worldwide, but studies are targeted to specific demographics
 
InstaGC | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Cheque, Bank Transfer, Gift Cards
  • Minimum Payout: $1
  • Available In: all countries and regions that are supported by PayPal, excluding China and Vietnam (Heres the List)
 
Inbox pounds | Non
  • Payout Method: Cheque
  • Minimum Payout: £20
  • Available In: UK
 
Global Test Market
  • Payout Method: Paypal, Dwolla, Tango Cards, Giftcards
  • Minimum Payout: $10
  • Available In: USA, UK, Canada
 

Work from home jobs:

Sometimes companies needs lot of repetetive work done, when they do they'll use sites like these, You can occasionally come across a job (or HIT as they're sometimes called) which you enjoy and when that happens you can make huge profits very quickly.

ClickworkeUHRS | non
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: €5
  • Available In: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Vietnam
  • Notes:It's a bit of work to get into UHRS (where the most money is) so i wrote a ClickworkeUHRS Guide
 
Amazon MTurk
  • Payout Method: Amazon US giftcard (frustratingly it's only for the US store)
  • Minimum Payout:
  • Available In: Over 190 countries
  • Notes: Best work at home type job if you're in the US, but payment isn't great outside the US. They also seem to be allow some people from some countries to sign up and not others.
 
TakeNote
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: None, whatever you have earned is paid to Paypal within the first 14 days of each month
  • Available In: UK (But it looks like there's nothing to stop you from being paid as long as you have good English)
  • Notes: Good for picking up transcription work, pay is decent, requires you to do a few tests before starting
 
LeapForce
  • Payout Method: Cheque, Bank Deposit
  • Minimum Payout: None, You get paid whatever you've earned every 30 days
  • Available In: UK, US, Canada, Brazil, Egypt, Germany, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Japan, Italy, France, Mexico, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Phillipines, Turkey
  • Notes: Pays really REALLY well, but it's like a proper job, you have a quite difficult entrance exam and they can deny your application. Mostly search engineer evaluation work
 
Lionbridge
  • Payout Method: Cheque, Bank Deposit
  • Minimum Payout: None, You you get paid whatever you've earned as part of their monthly payment schedule
  • Available In: Worldwide, but they only hire when they need someone from a specific area, you'll need to check regularly
  • Notes: Pays really REALLY well, but it's like a proper job, you have a quite difficult entrance exam and they can deny your application.
 
63336/AQA
  • Payout Method: Cheque, Bank Deposit
    • Minimum Payout: None? (I think)
    • Available In: UK
    • Notes: Answer questions for money, I still haven't personally managed to sign up for this service yet
 

Free daily cash prize draws:

These are simply free prize draws that I (try) to check every day.

The Selfie Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: Worldwide
  • Notes: Simply Upload a picture to win. You need to manually check it daily, If you don't check and you win, you lose your £10 prize
 
Lucky Phone | Non
  • Payout Method: Bank Transfer
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: UK only (I think?)
  • Notes: Sign up for their daily prize draw. give them your phone number to be entered into the larger prize draws (I've not had any junk phone calls so far, so it seems like they don't sell your number) Once again you need to manually check everyday to see if you've won or you lose the prize
 
Free Postcode Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Bank Transfer
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: UK Only
  • Notes: Sign up, give them your postcode and if your postcode is the one drawn you share the prize with everyone who played from your postcode. Another which needs to be checked in order to claim the prize
 
Ashleigh Money Saver's £50 daily draw | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal? I've not won yet
  • Minimum Payout: £50
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Sign up via facebook and if your name is drawn you win £50 - once against if you don't claim the prize within 24 hrs then you don't win the prize
 
The Street Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal
  • Minimum Payout: £10
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Once again you need to manually check every day. For everyday you check and don’t win you are given an additional entry into the next draw. So if you go two weeks without a win you will have 14 entries into the draw.
 
Free Birthday Lottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Paypal, BACS or PAYM
  • Minimum Payout: £5
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Another one you need to manually check every day
 
FreeMojiLottery | Non
  • Payout Method: Unknown
  • Minimum Payout: $20
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Check every day to see if your emoji "combo" has won the prize. Failure to check means you lose it, so you need to check it every day.
 
**Emoji Lottery
  • Payout Method: Unknown
  • Minimum Payout: based on their add revenue
  • Available In: UK only
  • Notes: Check every day to see if your emoji "combo" has won the prize. Failure to check means you lose it, so you need to check it every day.
 

Earn using cashback websites

I don't see it mentioned very often in here, but I assume most users will already know about using cashback websites to earn some extra beer money.

For those who don't, cashback websites are a simple idea. Companies pay cashback sites a certain amount of money for each genuine and new customer they bring in, the cashback sites then offer the user a set amount of money for going through them to sign up to the company in question. You can also use cashback sites to claim money from real stores, although I've never really did this myself. There are lots of cashback sites out there, but I use the 2 most trusted and largest for UK users, these are:
TopCashBack | Non
  • Payout Method: BACS, PayPal, Gift Cards
  • Minimum Payout: 1p
  • Available In: UK, US
  • Notes: There is a free and premium option, use the free option
 
Quidco | Non
  • Payout Method: BACS, PayPal, Amazon
  • Minimum Payout: £1 (you have to set this)
  • Available In: UK only (I think?)
  • Notes: There is a free and premium option, use the free option
I've collated the best offers for these 2 sites.
For Best results with Cashback offers you should:
  • Clear your cookies (or better yet, use another browser)
  • Turn off any adblockers you may have on
  • Always read the offer thoroughly
The first group of offers are free offers which require you to sign up to a website, or get a quote, or sign up to a free trial. By using all of these offers at the time of writing you can earn an easy £30!

Free offers

Website Quidco Profit Website Top Cashback Profit Notes
Confused.com Car Insurance £2.20 Confused.com Car Insurance £2.32 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Pet Insurance £0.50 Confused.com Pet Insurance £0.60 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Travel Insurance £0.55 Confused.com Travel Insurance £0.55 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Home Insurance £2.20 Confused.com Home Insurance £2.32 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Motorbike Insurance £2.00 Confused.com Motorbike Insurance £2.32 For a Genuine New Quote
Confused.com Van Insurance Confused.com Van Insurance £2.02 For a Genuine New Quote
Resident Review £1.00 Resident Review £1.01 Leave a review of your landlord or estate agent
Graze.com £1.50 Graze.com £1.51 Sign up for a free box & cashback
Western Union £1.00 Western Union £1.01 For a new signup
The People's Operator £1.00 The People's Operator - For activating a free PayAsYouGo sim card
QuoteSearcher £3.50 QuoteSearcher £3.53 For generating a genuine insurance quote (various cashback amounts for different quotes)
ValueMyCV £0.60 ValueMyCV
Get me a Ticket £1.00 Get me a ticket £1.01 For registering an account
Search Lotto £0.50 Search Lotto £0.50 Make 25 searches for cashback and a free ticket
Quotezone £3.50 QuoteZone £3.55 For generating a genuine insurance quote (various cashback amounts for different quotes)
MySurvey UK - MySurvey UK £1.81 must complete a double opt in and at least one survey
FreeStuff.eu - FreeStuff.eu £0.70 For a new signup
Property Moose £2.00 Property Moose £2.02 For a new signup
Match.com £1.00 Match.com £1.01 For a new signup
MyOffers - MyOffers £0.50 For a new signup
Readly £0.30 Readly £0.30 Completion of 30 day free trial
 
Another way to continue your earning is to hit the deposit offers. These are offers you can sign up to through TopCashBack | Non and Quidco | Non which pay you more in cashback than you need to deposit to claim the cashback. So for example if you sign up to Gala Bingo through Quidco and wager £10 on their site you will receive £30 cashback through Quidco, giving you a £20 profit (and you'd be surprised how often you acctually win at these bingo sites too!) At the time of writing there is just over £130 to be earned using these methods! *(Please note, these offers are correct at the time of writing but do change fairly frequently) *

Deposit Offers

Quidco Top Cashback
Website Deposit Cashback Profit Website Deposit Cashback Profit
Gala Bingo £10.00 £30.00 £20.00 Gala Bingo - - -
Ladbrokes Bingo £10.00 £30.00 £20.00 Ladbrokes Bingo £10.00 £30.30 £20.30
William Hill Bingo £10.00 £30.00 £20.00 William Hill Bingo £20.00 £25.25 £5.25
Betfair Bingo £10.00 £20.00 £10.00 Betfair Bingo £10.00 £15.15 £5.15
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So, there you go. Easy money and you can work through most of these offers in a day (although tracking them will normally take a week or so) If you have any questions then fire away, I'll try my best to answer
TL:DR: Sign up to TopCashBack | Non and Quidco | Non and use the offers above to make a cool £160
 

Other things worth checking out:

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Match Betting | Non
What is Match Betting?
Match betting is a LEGAL, RISK FREE & TAX FREE way of earning Money. You earn by taking advantage of the various sign up and "reload" offers that bookies provide new and existing customers. For example, when you sign up to William Hill they have an offer of "Deposit £10, get a £20 free bet" You can use this bet and then lay against it at a betting exchange
For example:
Bookie: Bet Chelsea to WIN
Exchange: Bet Chelsea to NOT WIN (It should be noted than when you make a lay at a betting exchange you're covering all other options, so by saying you think Chelsea will NOT win you're saying they will either lose or draw, anything except win)
So now that you've placed them, these two bets will cancel each other out, resulting in you breaking even (or losing a little bit of cash) after this initial bet you will be credited with your free bet. Now, repeat this process again - except this time it's not your own money being used to place the bet! So you get to keep the profits.
How to get started
The best way (I believe) to get started is to sign up for the free trial on Profit Accumulator | Non and follow their step by step instructions. Using their site you can claim two of the offers and earn £45. During the trial you will have the basics of match betting explained to you and once you have earned from your free trial you can use the profit to upgrade to a Platinum account(£22.99/month or £150/year). If you become a platinum member you will have access to hundreds of offers and dozens of extra guides to help you on your journey. When I started doing this a few years back I only used £50 (That I earned doing surveys) as my starting float, however a bigger pot of £100 is advised to help you work through offers quicker.
If you're going to get started with match betting, I recommend you take a photo of the following: Passport or Driving License, bank card used to deposit money, and a recent utility bill - As the bookies fraud prevention teams occasionally ask for these (I've only had it happen once, but it does happen)
Being gubbed & mug bets
Mug bets - Ok, so match betting is completely legal, however, Most bookies aren't too keen on you only using them for offers. So it's highly recommended to place occasional "mug bets" - What's a mug bet? It's basically a normal (small) bet which is nothing to do with your match betting. A mug bet is simply a small bet to make you look like a regular customer, once again Profit Accumulator | Non has got you covered on the best ways to place mug bets. They advise following a cycle: Qualifying bet, free bet, mug bet, withdraw profits.
Being gubbed - This is when a bookie has figured out that you're only match betting and using their offers, the bookie can limit your account to only making small bets, or not getting any offers. You can get back in good stead with them by placing non-offer bets but this could take time and still never amount to anything.
Slot Offers
These offers aren't required to make a healthy profit, but they can be a good earner for you. Slot offers come in many different flavours, and you have to take each one for its merits, some are simply a few free spins and sometimes you have large wagers involved for your free spins. People are often put off by slots because a lot of the time they’re not completely risk-free. It is up to you to weigh up the value of doing them as you have the chance to win big from doing these, you have the potential to make upwards of £100 from a single offer, but like I said... not for everyone. Profit Accumulator | Non will advise you about the risk factor for each slot offer. It will either be no risk (so for examples and offers where the bookies will give you your money back – wager £5 and be credited £5 if you lose it all) or a low risk offer (which is what most slot offers are) where you have to wager a larger amount but the potential earnings are a lot higher. They will also tell you which slots you are best using, unless the offer is for a selected slot only
TL:DR: Use the free trial from Profit Accumulator | Non to make your first £45 from the bookies (Risk Free).
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FAO Devs: Concerns about FUNFAIR

I've been provided the following summary by a guy who is contemplating investing in FF. He has a lot of experience in the area, and his thoughts raise a few questions which I'd like to see addressed by the FunFair development team, so if you guys are around, would be good to get your take on the following (apologies for formatting, paragraphs not showing up for some reason):
"Funfair at that price is still a good buy. Look people love gambling online, the concept is fantastic and ultimately could be a huge winner but I have some concerns.
The people running it are still a limited corporation right with the ultimate aim being to make money, they don't pretend otherwise and thats to their credit.
The potential risks are, in this order, user experience and adoption. You can't get supreme user experience without adoption and ultimately historical user data and you can't get adoption without ongoing usage.
I'll list what I feel their - huge - challenges are:
There are some serious players in the online gambling space that offer b2b platforms. Playtech essentially provides the software for all the casino, bingo, slots and poker platforms of the likes of Paddy Power, William, Coral, Mansion, Bet365, Gala, 888, Titan, Ladbroke, Betfred and a shit ton of others.
Microgaming would be their closest competitors - they have Unibet, Nordicbet, BetVictor and a ton of others.
There are others that have been before, and been very good but closed down due to being unable to keep market share of were simply bought out. It's an incredibly competitive space.
Playtech and Microgaming develop and maintain solutions that are then licensed to their clients on multi year, multi million dollar contracts. That's the space Funfair wants to operate in. They will not offer live services, their business model is to license their platform to others.
The question here is, who do they license to? All the big players are already tied up with the two noted service providers above - or run their own proprietary software like Stars/Tilt/Party.
The noted above essentially rules out the top 15 online gambling operators that account for well over 95% of the market. The others feed on their scraps, and ultimately profit out of regulation dodging.
I worked in online gaming for many years, in marketing then development then operations and localisation and back to marketing. I started in 2002 and spent a lot of time going back and forth to Costa Rica and other mental locations working with the likes of Titan, CD, Bodog, Absolute, UB and Microgaming before moving to Full Tilt full time in LA, Vancouver and Dublin from 2005 to 2011.
I seen online gambling come out of nowhere in a completely unregulated space and explode, I was there when compliance and regulatory bodies were Indian reservations in Canada and also saw and lived through the real regulation slowly creep in and one swoop wipe 40%+ value off companies overnight or even cripple companies along the way, all for the good of the Vegas casinos btw, absolute scumbags.
The one thing that I had a lot of insight to was user numbers, user experience and player behaviour and retention across a very very large period of time so the sample data is huge. Full Tilt and Stars were trading blows in late 08 to late 09 in what was an insane period of traffic potentially hitting 125,000 users online at any given time on both networks, that was just poker.
On casino, slots and bingo, the peak network numbers were approximately 60,000 at any given time on the big sites. But that wasn't consistent wagering. I believe it's dropped significantly since I vacated the industry. Skinned sites could make their owners a comfortable living on <1000 users, again though a lot of skins still get their licensing certification from fake regulatory bodies in Kahnawake, or Panama.
The "legit" businesses are all regulated by either Isle Of Man, UK, Malta or Alderney gaming commissions.
If they're a multi country facing operation, and are not regulated by one of the above - chances are they're operating illegally with no proof of customer funds being held in escrow.
There are of course country specific regulations such as in France and Italy where you can only operate online gambling legally by offering it as a separate player pool as your main offering so that only players in that geographical location can play on the country specific platform, no one from the outside can play in it and no one in the country can play on non country specific networks. They audit the software, as much as they're allowed to, and sign off on changes before it goes live. That regulation model is spreading at a huge rate.
The regulation is crazy. I worked a lot on the license applications at Tilt in France and Italy and it was absolutely insane the hoops that had to be jumped through just to get a sub par product on the market.
The reason I bring up regulation in so much depth is because all the b2b suppliers specified above will not offer the software to anyone without the correct licensing in place, and that needs to be provided in advance pre any agreement being signed. So all the "big boys" have licenses to operate in all their jurisdictions legally.
What happens then is because the b2b suppliers have the comfort that these operators have invested all the time, money and effort into obtaining legal licensing on all these markets, they know they're serious and have subsequently got them tied up to long term deals which makes them ultimately unavailable for the likes of funfair to market to.
Don't forget it's not also just about the technology, it has to be a great visual user experience.
That's a big problem because it only leaves rogue or lightly regulated operators as the people funfair could realistically license to, which is never going to encourage widespread adoption.
Its with that in mind that I feel the only potential for the funfair technology to really take off as a main player is to be absorbed by Playtech or Microgaming (or Stars) to introduce the technology into their own offerings OR they come out with a serious marketing budget and play the " how do you know you're not being cheated" card and create such a worldwide buzz in the industry with technology of total transparency that they create a 2.0 bubble, but in my conversations with them directly and with the research I've done, they're holding back on complete transparency - at least for now.
It's interesting for sure, I'll invest in the upcoming - primarily because I do believe in Ethereum significantly as a framework, but not sure for how much."
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I have been a matched betting enthusiast for years and now I am teaching it for free to everyone.

Hey beermoneyukers!
After years working in my 9-5 job as a website developer for a large corporation I decided I could not face selling my soul any longer lols and packed in my job.
Since then, I had a stint working as a freelancer whilst also making a healthy side income via matched betting. And over the past 9 months I’ve been building a website that teaches people how to do the same.
There are a lot of websites out there that teach matched betting, but most require a monthly subscription and most have long articles that can be a bit dry and hard to follow.
So instead, I built a website, Team Profit, that:
  Is completely free
  Uses animated video guides to teach people (link)
  Has infographics to accompany all video guides
  Provides step by step guides for 25+ bookmaker offer which will make you £600+ risk free (link)
I have amended the video script over 50 times to try to make it as concise and helpful as possible, hopefully they are a good watch!
Any feedback on the videos, guides, blog or anything else, please let me know, I spend every day adding new content and improving existing content.
If you are thinking of learning matched betting and making £600+ risk free, please check it out!
www.teamprofit.com
 
MEGA FAQs GUIDE TO MATCHED BETTING
 
The video guides I posted above will teach you everything about matched betting.
However, I figure no harm in me writing down everything I know about matched betting in an FAQ style layout. Hopefully this will be useful to you.
I have tried to answer every question as concise as possible / no rambling :D
I have split the FAQs into the following sections:
 
INTRODUCTION
1) What exactly is matched betting and how I do make money risk free?
2) How popular is matched betting?
3) Does it involve gambling?
4) How much money will I need to start?
5) How much time will it take me to learn matched betting?
 
OFFERS & YOUR PROFIT
1) How much money can I make matched betting from the welcome offers (new customer only)?
2) How much is a free bet worth in actual cash profit?
3) After I have finished the Welcome Offers, how much money can I make matched betting each month from Daily Offers (existing customer offers)?
4) What type of Daily Offers are available?
 
BOOKMAKERS AND BETTING EXCHANGES
1) Which bookmakers have the best welcome offers?
2) Which bookmakers have the best offers for existing customers?
3) What is mug betting?
4) What is a betting exchange?
5) How do we use a betting exchange?
 
ADDRESSING COMMON CONCERNS
1) How sustainable is matched betting?
2) Will it impact my credit rating?
3) Do the bookmakers have terms to stop customers from withdrawing?
4) Do I need to know about sports?
 
WHICH WEBSITES TEACH MATCHED BETTING - YOUR OPTIONS
1) Where can you learn matched betting?
 
ADDITIONAL FAQS
1) Depositing and withdrawing
2) Sending identification documents
Any questions that haven’t been answered please add a comment and I’ll add the FAQ and answer.
 
INTRODUCTION
 
1) What exactly is matched betting and how I do make money risk free?
There are more than 25 online bookmakers in the UK. In order to attract new customers, they each offer free bets, known as ‘Welcome Offers’.
In total they offer over £800 in free bets to new customers.
In order to receive the free bet, bookmakers require you to place your first bet. An example offer is ‘Bet £5, Get £20 free bet’.
The risk is that you could lose both the £5 bet (your own cash) and the £20 free bet.
By using a technique called matched betting, we remove this risk.
This is because we match our first £5 bet on the bookmaker with a £5 bet on a betting exchange on the opposite outcome (this is known as a ‘lay bet’).
For example, we bet £5 on Man Utd to win on the bookmaker, and £5 on Man Utd not to win on the betting exchange.
As we have now bet on all outcomes, regardless of whether Man Utd win, draw or lose, we will neither win nor lose money. However, we have received the £20 free bet!
With the £20 free bet, we can now repeat this process by betting on say Liverpool to win on the bookmaker and Liverpool not to win.
This time, because we are using a £20 free bet but our winnings are paid out in cash, we will always make a profit.
We repeat this process for 25+ bookmakers, one by one. In total we can convert the £800+ in free bets to over £600+ in actual cash profit, in very little time at all.
 
2) How popular is matched betting?
Matched betting isn’t new and has been around since at least 2005.
However, it is only since 2015 that it has really increased in popularity due to the rise of websites teaching matched betting. You can see this trend here: Google Trends Link
By looking at the various matched betting sites popularity, a reasonable estimate is at least 25,000 people in the UK are matched betters. You can see a review of sites that teach matched betting in the ‘Which websites teach matched betting?’ section below.
 
3) Does it involving gambling?
This is the most common assumption with matched betting. You’d be forgiven for thinking that it did involve gambling simply because the name ‘matched betting’ would suggest it did.
However, matched betting does not involve gambling, you will never be risking a penny.
Because we are always covering the opposite outcome occurring, there is never any risk we will lose money. Furthermore, we still receive the free bets which we will where we make our profit.
The profitability and risk free nature of matched betting has been reviewed in the Daily Telegraph and the Guardian
 
4) How much will I need to start?
You can start with as little as you want, however the lowest I would recommend starting with would be £25.
With £25, you can start your first bookmaker welcome offer and make a deposit into your first betting exchange, meaning you can start making a profit.
For more details, see this Starting with £25 guide.
The downside, with only £25 you are restricted by having to wait for withdrawals before you can move onto the next offer.
Therefore, I would say an optimal amount to have available for your cash flow would be in the region of £200 as this allows you to complete multiple welcome offers simultaneously.
 
5) How long will it take me to learn matched betting?
To learn the principles of matched betting, it will take up to 20 minutes.
To become familiar with completing your first offer, I would set aside another 30-60 minutes so you can take your time and ensure you are completing it correctly.
For example, the video guides on Team Profit last a total of 21 minutes (8 minutes for the explainers videos and 13 minutes to watch the step-by-step real time example). Although they last just 21 minutes, some users watch certain parts of the video again to become comfortable with the process.
It is very much recommended to avoid trying to learn matched betting by yourself. There are thousands of experienced matched betters who can help you. For more details on this, see the ‘Which Websites Teach Matched Betting’ section.
If you need any help anytime, please do comment in this Reddit thread and I’ll help you out.
 
OFFERS
 
1)How much money can I make matched betting from the welcome offers (new customer only)?
From the welcome offer, you can make approximately £1,000 cash profit.
There are 25+ bookmaker offers available on sports for at least £600 profit. These are relatively straightforward offers and good value in terms of time to complete. It would take around 12 hours to complete these offers, which works around £40 / hour tax free. You can complete them over any time period you like.
There are at least another 5 bookmaker offers, such as Bet365 and BetVictor, though these require more time, you could make around £100 to £200. They require more time because the bookmaker requires you to bet many more times before you can withdraw.
Plus 20+ offers across casino and bingo, though some are not risk free and typically take more time to complete, but you should be able to make at least £200 profit from these offers.
So overall, there is an easy £600 profit risk free, then up to another £400 if it’s worth your time to do them.
 
2) How much is a free bet worth in actual cash profit?
A £10 free bet is worth between £5 to £8 in actual cash profit.
The reason for the range is because the higher odds you choose for your free bet, the more actual cash profit you will make.
For example, if you bet on a football team with odds of 2.0, the £10 free bet will convert to around £5 cash profit. Whereas if you bet on a football team that is unlikely to win, with odds of say 6.0, the £10 free bet will convert to around £8 cash profit.
Note though, the higher odds you choose, the more you will need in your betting exchange account in case the bet wins. For a detailed explanation with examples, read this free bet profit article.
 
3) After I have finished the Welcome Offers, how much money can I make matched betting each month (from existing customer offers)?
Anywhere from £100 to £1,000+ per month.
Bookmakers continue to run free bet offers to retain their customers, I refer to these as Daily Offers.
Daily Offers are typically less valuable than the welcome offers but still worth completing.
For example, rather than ‘Bet £5 Get £20’ that they offer to new customers, they may instead run ‘Bet £20 Get £10’ and on a particular football match.
I would say for people with a day job, aiming for between £300 to £500 a month is realistic. In terms of time required, for every hour you spend, you should make around £30 tax free.
So to make £300 a month, expect to spend around 2-3 hours a week. I’d say to earn more than this, you will likely need to accept a lower hourly rate and do some of the low value offers too.
If you are looking to make £1,000+, I’d expect you would have to be near full time and also be fortunate to keep your enough of your bookmaker accounts open for 12+ month period (what is mugging bet FAQ below).
 
4) What type of offers are available for existing customers?
 
Easy offers:
The most common easy offer on football matches is Bet £20 Get £10 free bet. Many bookmakers run this offer, though it will usually be on a particular football match.
The most common easy offer on horse racing is usually on SkyBet, who will run simple offers such as ‘Get £25 free bet if your horse comes 2nd or 3rd’.
There are also easy casino offers, such as ‘£5 risk free’, where you spin on slots and hope to win, if you don’t they’ll refund up to £5 of losses.
These offers can make you up to £300 per month (or £500 on a good month with European football) and are easy for those with a day job.
 
Harder offers:
If you are looking to make more than £300 to £500 a month, then you will need to spend time on Saturday’s completing horse racing offers on Channel 4 racing and during the week too, though Saturday’s are the most profitable.
Plus you will need to do more advanced offers such as football accumulator refunds, each way offers, though I will leave these aside given they could have their own separate thread :p
If you’d like to understand where you can learn more about these offers, see ‘Which sites teach matched betting?’ FAQ below.
 
BOOKMAKERS AND BETTING EXCHANGE
 
1) Which bookmakers have the best welcome offers?
 
There are 3 formats of bookmakers welcome offers.
 
‘Bet £X Get £Y free bet’ - these are the most straightforward. Simply place your first bet and receive a free bet.
This format of welcome offer, ranging from Bet £5 Get £20 to Bet £50 Get £50, is available on Coral, SkyBet, BetBright, Betfred, Paddy Power, BetStars, William Hill, Stan James, Betway, Ladbrokes, TitanBet, 32Red and MarathonBet.
 
‘Refunds’ (also known as Risk Free offers) - these are similar to Bet £X Get £Y free bet. The only difference is you only receive your free bet if your first bet loses, hence I refer to these offers are refund offers.
This format of welcome offer is, ranging from £10 to £50 refunds, is available on Bwin, Dafabet, UniBet, Totesport, 188Bet, SuperLenny, Genting and 888Sport.
 
‘Multi Bets’ - these welcome offers require multiple bets to be placed before receiving your reward. It can take form of a bonus which requires to bet £X amount until you can withdraw any winnings, or the form of a cash reward once you have bet £X amount.
This format of welcome offer is available on Bet365, BetVictor and some other bookmakers, however they often require such a large amount of betting that I haven’t included them in this list.
The quickest to complete are the Bet £X Get £Y due to their simplicity, then the next best are the ‘Refunds’ offers.
The Multi Bet offers can be very valuable (e.g. Bet£365’s offer is worth over £150 profit risk free) but can also require much larger deposits in order to place the bookmaker bets and lay these bets in your Exchange.
 
For details of each bookmaker offer, see this Welcome Offer List & Guides
 
2) Which bookmakers have the best offers for existing customers?
 
Bookmakers vary in their level of generosity to existing customers. This is a little subjective, but in my opinion, this is the ranking of bookmakers for existing customers:
 
Best: Bet365
Bet365 run a £50 Risk Free offer most months (sometimes twice a month during popular football months) which is worth £35. It is very quick to complete (less than 10 minutes) so for £35 to £70, or around £500 a year, it is a great offer.
Plus they have one of the best horse racing offers, up to a £50 risk free bet if your pick a winning horse with high odds. This is a profitable offer worth around £20-£30 a week, or up to £1,000 to £1,500 a year.
 
Second Best: SkyBet
SkyBet run regular £5 to £25 free bet offers on horse racing and football, plus regular £5 risk free offers in SkyVegas.
 
Third & Fourth Best: Coral and Paddy Power
Both these sites run regular horse racing, price boosts and football offers (Bet £20 Get £10 in particular), at least £20 to to be made on every week from these two sites.
 
Good: William Hill, Ladbrokes, BetStars, Stan James, Betway, Bwin, Betfred, Totesport, 188Bet, 888, BetVictor
All these bookmakers run offer(s) each week so it’s worth ensuring you have completed the welcome offer for each of these sites so you can take advantage of their daily offers for existing customers.
 
3) What is mug betting?
If you are only ever betting when you receive an offer, the bookmaker will no longer allow your account to receive free bet offers (this is known as being ‘gubbed’).
To get around this, you should place ‘mug’ bets. ‘Mug’ bets are simply bets that a ‘mug’ punter would place. Mug bets include £1 accumulators (betting on several teams to win) and betting on favourites without an offer.
Most advice suggests that for every offer you receive, you should place 2-3 mug bets.
If you are gubbed, it does kinda suck when you receive the email, as you can no longer profit from the bookmaker’s offers.
It is also becoming increasingly common as bookmakers are noticing more suspected matched bettors, due to its increasing popularity. My advice is to make money whilst you can and take sensible precautions to try to keep your account active.
For more details, see this Mug Betting article
 
4) What is a betting exchange?
A betting exchange is a marketplace for customers to bet between each other on the outcome of particular events. This differs from a traditional bookmaker because an exchange also gives you the ability to be the bookmaker yourself and take bets from other exchange users.
Standard bookmakers generate profit by offering odds that are in their favour. Betting exchanges explained in terms of how they generate revenue is they charge a commission on any winnings a player receives.
The two market leading betting exchanges are, Betfair and Smarkets.
For more details, Betting Exchanges Comparison.
 
5) How we use betting exchanges?
When matched betting, a betting exchange is used to place our lay bets (the opposite bet to our trigger bet). So when we place the trigger bet with the bookmaker on one outcome to release the initial free bet, we must also cover the opposite outcome so that if the bookmaker bet does lose we still win on the lay bet - making it risk free!
Similarly when we are placing the free bet bet with the bookmaker we then lay off that bet using the exchange and because we’re using a free bet but being paid out in cash, this is how we turn free bets into withdrawable cash.
We only ever use betting exchanges for lay bets.
 
ADDRESSING COMMON CONCERNS
 
1) How sustainable is matched betting?
Matched betting over the past 6-9 months has become harder. Most bookmakers have realised they are thousands of matched betters taking advantage of their offers and so have either reduced the generosity of their offers or have made the daily offers more complicated.
However, there is still intense competition between the bookmakers, meaning they will always run special offers to an extent.
By spending a few hours a week, you can still make £300 to £500 a month, whereas in past year(s) this figure could have been £500 to £800.
The biggest issue matched betters face is being ‘gubbed’. As explained in the mug betting FAQ, this is when a bookmaker restricts you from receiving free bets and bonuses.
There are various theories as to how a particular bookmaker decides to to gub a customer. Reasons include taking up too many offers, winning a high % of bets, withdrawing regularly, placing bets far in advance or at irregular times.
The truth is nobody really knows precisely why people gubbed. However, you can expect to get gubbed at some point from a particular bookmaker, it may be 2 months, it may be 2 years, it is hard to know.
I really think though that everyone can make up to £1,000 from the Welcome Offers and at least £300 to £500 a month without any problems. I think the issues comes when you are making £1,000+ every month which sooner or later bookmakers will catch up that you are taking up a lot of offers.
Having said this, some people say they have been making £1,000+ every month for years, so maybe it is possible if you are using a wide variety of bookmakers and consistently placing mug bets.
 
2) Will it impact my credit rating?
Having betting activity on your bank statement does not impact your credit rating.
The only thing to be wary of when making betting deposits and withdrawals is that it can affect your application for a mortgage. So if you’re planning on applying for a mortgage in the near future then I’d recommend using a separate bank account to that which you’ll be applying for the mortgage with.
 
3) Do the bookmakers have terms to stop customers from withdrawing?
The vast majority of welcome offers do not have any withdrawal restrictions.
A handful of welcome offers do but this will be state in the terms and conditions. It is much easier though to use a matched betting website as they will clearly highlight the key terms of each offer (see ‘Which websites teach matched betting’ section below).
Casino offers will almost always have withdrawal restrictions, however for the matched betting welcome offers we are focusing on sports betting.
 
4) Do I need to know about sports?
Not at all! You do not need a sports background or have any sort of betting knowledge, many matched betters do not know anything about sport or betting before learning matched betting.
You may learn matched betting a little faster if you have sports betting experience but it really isn't important at all.
 
WHICH WEBSITE TEACH MATCHED BETTING - YOUR OPTIONS
 
There are 30+ websites that three key stages to matched betting:
Stage 1) Learning matched betting
Stage 2) Completing the Welcome Offers (for new customers)
Stage 3) Profiting in the long term from Daily Offers (for existing customers)
Below I have tried to cover the main sites that will help you with each of these stages.
 
In summary, I may be biased :p but I think the:
Stage 1) and Stage 2) best approach is to use TeamProfit.com
Stage 3) Join a paid membership site, either OddsMonkey.com, ProfitAccumulator.co.uk or ProfitMaximiser.co.uk to continue to make money from the Daily Offers.
 
FREE SITES:
 
TeamProfit.com (link)
I really believe Team Profit is the best site to learn matched betting and complete the welcome offers, but compare us to the other sites and see what you think!
Learn matched betting with animated videos (link)
25+ Welcome Offers using the step by step guides (link)
A free Facebook group to provide help to you anytime you need (link).
 
MoneySavingExpert.com (link)
The advantage of MoneySavingExpert is the sheer volume of content, covering all aspects of matched betting.
The disadvantage of MoneySavingExpert it is not well structured as it is just one forum with a long lists of posts so it takes quite a while to find relevant threads and miss key information.
 
MatchedBettingBlog.com (link)
The advantage of MatchedBettingBlog is the clear layout of the daily offers posted each day for with step by step instructions. It’s a good site to check to avoid missing the best and easier daily offers. The forum community also helps to post additional offers on top of those listed on the homepage, and also provides general advice on completing daily offers.
The disadvantage of MatchedBettingBlog is it is relatively limited in terms of teaching matched betting and does not provide a clear list of welcome offers. Also, for those looking to make £500+ every month, it doesn’t provide any software to help with the more advanced types of matched betting with daily offers, such as horse racing refunds and accumulator refunds, that the paid member sites offer.
Additional free matched betting sites include:
Matchedbettingfree.co.uk (link) (Reddit thread link)
Freebets4all.com (link)
 
PAID SITES:
 
Paid sites usually charge £15 to £25 a month.
In return, they will teach matched betting, provide list of welcome offers and provide daily offers too. Additionally, most paid sites will also provide software that helps to make you more money plus save you time.
 
OddsMonkey.com (link | non)
OddsMonkey charge £15 per month or £150 per year.
They are the most well known provider of matched betting software. Earlier this year, they added the full range of matched betting services, so now they provide all of the below:
Tutorial articles
Welcome offer step by step guides
Daily offers calendar
Software: OddsMatcher, Horse Racing Refunds, Tennis Refunds, range of calculators and spreadsheet
Forum
The advantage of OddsMonkey is the exceptional value. They have the best range of software and tools for matched betters to maximise their profits, are consistently bringing up new tools at no added cost. At only £15 per month it is one of the best options to consider.
The only disadvantage is the forum is not as busy as the next two options, ProfitAccumulator and Profit Maximiser. Though the forum is still a sufficiently active to ensure any questions have you are answered quickly.
 
Profit Accumulator (Link - Chazmer87's I don't have one | non)
Profit Accumulator charge £23 per month or £150 per year
Profit Accumulator helped to bring matched betting to the main stream with a highly active community. There are clear similarities between OddsMonkey and Profit Accumulator in terms of their high standard of software and offers.
The advantage of Profit Accumulator is their very active community. There is a great deal of advice in virtually every aspect of matched betting and the information is all well structured. Plus they have a very good offers coverage.
The only disadvantage to Profit Accumulator is the higher cost. The membership itself is £23 per month, plus their version of the Horse Racing Refunds software is £10 per month, or £115 a year. So in total you are paying £33 per month versus OddsMonkey’s £15 per month.
 
Profit Maximiser (Link | non)
Profit Maximiser is run by the original matched betting guru Mike Cruickshank.
Mike has been building software for matched betters for many years and has a very active Facebook Group.
Each piece of software is sold separately, I believe the below is accurate, each have their own £1 free trials:
Bonus Bagging £27 plus VAT - provides a list of all welcome offers and teaching (Link | non)
Profit Maximiser £97 plus VAT - provides all daily offers (Link | non)
Each Way Sniper £47 plus VAT - provides a horse racing betting system (Link)
Accumulator Generator £149 plus VAT - provides a football betting system (Link)
I believe Mike may have a couple more tools, if so I’ll edit this post if you could please comment / send me a message.
The advantage of Mike’s products is that there is no monthly recurring fee, so if you intend to do this for many months, it may work out profitable to do so. Plus from what I understand their Facebook Group finds some lucrative casino loophole offers faster than other matched betting providers.
The disadvantage of Mike’s products is that you have to buy each product separately rather than having it all within one simple account. Additionally, the total cost if you were to buy all 4 above listed products is £320 + VAT (total cost £384) whereas you could receive all these tools for £15 per month from Oddsmonkey. Having said that, Mike’s products do come with a £1 free trial, just be careful to cancel before the trial ends if you don’t want to continue.
Additional free matched betting sites include: Yes Bets link
Pure Profit link
 
ADDITIONAL
 
1) Depositing and withdrawing
To ensure you qualify for the Welcome Offer, use a bank card to deposit into your newly set up bookmaker account. Most sites will allow Paypal too though check the terms and conditions.
If you use Skrill or Neteller, typically you will not qualify for the Welcome Offer (bookmakers have this rule to prevent fraud) but you can check the terms and conditions.
Withdrawing is easy, you should receive your funds within 1-3 working days depending on the bookmaker.
 
2) Sending identification documents
Occasionally, bookmakers may require to send in identification documents (passport or drivers licence for example) and a copy of your bank card. This is to prevent fraud. This usually happens if you are not listed on the Electoral Roll or there is a difference between your home address and billing address. Simply take a photo of the documents they ask for and email them back.
 
THAT COMPLETES THE MEGA FAQ GUIDE TO MATCHED BETTING!
 
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please do post a comment thanks!
 
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