What is matched betting?
Matched betting is a guaranteed method of making money from bookmakers. It is proven to work and anyone can do it.
Although it involves placing bets or ‘wagers’ it is NOT gambling. The definition of gambling is “the activity of placing stakes on a contest of chance in exchange for a value”. So, gambling requires three elements to be present: consideration (the amount wagered), risk and a prize. As there is no risk involved in matched betting, it cannot be considered gambling.
Matched betting is a system that takes advantage of bookmaker sign-up offers, free bets and price boosts and many other types of incentives offered by bookmakers from which a profit can be made.
What matched betting is not
Matched betting is not a ‘get rich quick’ scheme. It is not going to make you wealthy regardless of what you may hear or read elsewhere. It will not enable you to buy a brand-new Ferrari or super yacht any time soon. Claims of being able to earn £250k a year are not dubious; they are outright lies. But what matched betting will do is allow you to make an easy, tax-free second income in your spare time. And who doesn’t want that?
The tax-free side hustle
When I learned how to start matched betting it was with just a £200 ‘bank’. Without having to think too much, do any calculations or make any real decisions I doubled my ‘bank’ in the first week. That’s 100% profit in 7 days. And all I had to do was follow the simple instructions I’d learned. I just placed my bets and waited for my profits. I didn’t even care about the results as I knew I would win regardless.
But, that’s not even the best bit. In the UK and Ireland (and a few others including Australia, New Zealand, and some EU nations) your winnings from betting are not taxable. There’s no tax to pay when you place your bets and none to pay when you collect your winnings. And it doesn’t matter how much you win. The biggest Euromillions win in the UK is over £180 million and not one penny in tax was payable! Instead of taxing the bettors, the government tax the bookies and gambling operators. How great is that?
In the few years since my first matched bet, I’ve profited to the tune of tens of thousands of pounds. And you can too! It’s really easy, it only takes a few hours each week and you can start with as little as £20.
You can do it from anywhere, as long as you have an internet connected device with you. So, whether you’re at home, at work, at university or even at the beach you’re always able to make a profit.
What Can Matched Betting Do For You?
The cost of living is at a 40-year high. The cost of energy is at an all-time high and we’re expecting another massive jump in prices in the Autumn. Petrol and diesel nearly hit £2 per litre not so long ago. The price of milk has risen by 26% over the last few months. Supermarkets are putting security tags on butter, cheese and coffee because shoplifting is at an all-time high. It’s not something that any of us want to spend too much time thinking about. So, how does an extra £500-£1,000 per month sound? That’s an extra £6,000 to £12,000 per year. Every year. And remember, all profits are 100% TAX-FREE. An extra tax-free £6,000 a year is pretty much equivalent to a £7,500 pay rise (at basic tax rate).
What could you do with an extra £6k – £12k a year?
We all know STUDENTS are poor (I know I was) and leave university with mountains of debt. But it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way. You could enjoy your university years AND pay off your student loans in under 30 years! Or you could take a gap year and travel the world.
SAVERS, if you put that £6-12K in a savings account, ISA or other investment vehicle every year how much would it be worth when you come to retire? As investing guru and multi-billionaire Warren Buffet said, “My wealth has come from a combination of living in America, some lucky genes, and compound interest.” That extra cash could allow you to retire earlier than you might otherwise. Or it may allow RETIREES to spend more time and money with the grandchildren.
If you like to travel, imagine how many short breaks £6-12K would pay for. Or you could go on a once-in-a-lifetime holiday EVERY YEAR. Go on safari, lay on a beach in the Maldives, visit Disneyland. Travel in luxury and stay in 5 Star hotels. Your options would be virtually endless.
Still living with your parents, struggling to save enough for a deposit on your first house? If you want to be a HOMEOWNER, that extra £6-12K a year would really get that deposit together in double quick time.
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