Vernons In-Play Offer – Premier League £10.00 Free Bets

August 21, 2015 / Football / 12 Comments

Kick-off time (GMT): 22/08/2015 : 12:45

Guaranteed profit
£31.50

Get a load of this Vernons in-play offer! It’s great to see some of the smaller bookies being so competitive and running some really great offers. Simply place a single bet of £20.00 or more pre-match on any Premier League game and Vernons will give us a £10.00 free bet to be used in-play. Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a guaranteed profit of £31.50 and here’s how…

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Qualifying Bet:

If you’re unfamiliar with qualifying bets, please see my Qualifying Bet Strategy page for a walk-through guide on how they should be done.

According to the terms of the offer, once we have placed an eligible qualifying bet, a free bet token of £10.00 will be credited to be used in-play on any English Premier League match. We are able to claim a maximum of 5 x £10.00 free bets. It’s entirely up to you what you place your qualifying bets on, as long as you place them at the minimum odds of 1.50 (1/2) or above.

I like to place my exchange lay bets with Smarkets as they have great liquidity, the site is really easy to use and they only charge 2% commission in comparison to the 5% charged by other betting exchanges. We can calculate our lay stakes using the matched betting calculator.

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Aim to lose no more than £1.20 on each of your qualifying bets

So we will lose approximately £6.00 in qualifying for our 5 x £10.00 in-play free bets.

 

Free Bet:

It’s impossible to know what odds will be available until the matches have kicked off but by using straightforward matched betting, we should be able to extract 75% out of the 5 x £10.00 free bets as cash, so £37.50. If we take into account our qualifying loss of £6.00, this gives us a guaranteed profit of £31.50!

Extracting profit from our free bets can be a little tricky when betting in-play. My advice is to wait until half-time to place your free bets and then lay them at the betting exchange. This is simply because the odds don’t fluctuate as much as when the game is live. There’s nothing worse than placing a free bet on a market and then something happens in the game that changes the odds before you have chance to get your lay bet on! I tend to look at the correct score markets first and then if I can’t find anything suitable I move onto goal scorer markets.

If you’re not sure how to extract 75% of the 5 x £10.00 in-play free bets, please see my Free Bet Strategy page for a walk-through guide on how it should be done.

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12 Comments

  1. Perry

    August 22, 2015
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    Hi What games are the free bets available on? All the live games? Thanks

  2. Mark C

    August 22, 2015
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    Gotta be quick on this one but if you enter William Hills Premier Prediction League (£2) then they will send you offers throughout the season. Todays offer is Wayne Rooney to score anytime at 3.0 - he's trading at 2.32 on Betfair. £10 max stake but if they offer that every week, we'll be quids in.

    Prediction League entries ends at 3pm today.

  3. Andrew Wu

    August 23, 2015
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    Found this in the T&C.
    "Pre-match bets for First Goalscorer, Anytime Goalscorer and Half/Full time markets not included in this offer."

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 23, 2015
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      From a matched betting perspective, we would just stick to match odds markets anyway Andrew.

      • Andrew Wu

        August 23, 2015
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        Oh hang on, does "Half/Full time" mean the score? I thought it meant who wins by half/full time.

        • Matt

          Matt

          August 24, 2015
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          Half/Full Time means the result of the first half and then the full-time result. So if you go for Arsenal/Draw, you're saying you think Arsenal will be winning at half-time but Liverpool will come back to draw the match.

          • Andrew Wu

            August 24, 2015
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            Oh I see! Thought it meant Half time OR full time results, not the actual half/full time market. Thanks!

  4. RyanB

    Ryan

    August 24, 2015
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    Is this offer weekly do you know?

    • Matt

      Matt

      August 24, 2015
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      I don't know whether we'll see it again or not mate. They'll review how well it's gone for them and make a decision I guess.

  5. Trader BetFair

    August 24, 2015
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    When you do sign up offer the Qualifying bet should be done as a Stake Not Returned This will calculate underlay so you can make profit on Sign up Bet
    Use the calculator to work out your bets.

    Select "Free Bet (SNR)" at the top. This calculates the underlay on the bet.
    The bookmaker stake is £25.
    Enter the Vernon's back odds.
    Enter the exchange lay odds.
    Enter the lay commission.
    Press enter on your keyboard.
    The lay stake and the liability will be shown to you. The "liability" is the amount you need to deposit into the exchange. Deposit that amount. Then place your £25 Vernons bet, and then your exchange lay be

  6. RichardO

    August 24, 2015
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    Looks like the Vernons offer has been dropped/suspended. Can't access it. Yesterday it was registering the free bonus tokens immediately. :(

  7. Not impressed with Vernons

    August 24, 2015
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    Looks like it, not good. A guaranteed ( £1.3 ). Will withdraw and ignore if that is the case.


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