Extra Place Offers

Sunday 20th October 2019

There’s a big day of horse racing today and the bookies are getting in on the action. They’re paying an extra place on selected races at Cork, Naas and Kempton. If I’ve missed any other extra place offers, please add them in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

If you’re unsure how to profit from these each way boosts, please see my Extra Place Strategy page for a walk-through guide on how it should be done!

* My Each Way Calculator makes things easy with its ‘Extra Place’ function. *

15:10 Cork

(4 places, 1/5 odds)

Betfair (11+ runners required)
Betfred (12+ runners required)
BetVictor
Betway (12+ runners required)
BoyleSports (12+ runners required)
Coral (12+ runners required)
Ladbrokes (12+ runners required)
Paddy Power (11+ runners required)
Sky Bet (10+ runners required)
Totesport (12+ runners required)
William Hill (12+ runners required)

15:30 Naas

(4 places, 1/5 odds)

Betfair (11+ runners required)
Betfred (12+ runners required)
Betway (12+ runners required)
BoyleSports (12+ runners required)
Coral (12+ runners required)
Ladbrokes (12+ runners required)
Paddy Power (11+ runners required)
Sky Bet (10+ runners required)
Totesport (12+ runners required)

16:35 Naas

(5 places, 1/5 odds)

Betfair (16+ runners required)
Betfred (16+ runners required)
BoyleSports (16+ runners required)
Paddy Power (16+ runners required)
Totesport (16+ runners required)
William Hill (16+ runners required)

17:00 Kempton

(3 places, 1/5 odds)

William Hill (6+ runners required)

 

* See my Horse Racing Offers page for a full list of money back offers available today! *

Extra Place Matcher

Just to let you guys know, OddsMonkey have a great Extra Place Matcher tool that you may find useful…

OddsMonkey's Extra Place Matcher

The Extra Place Matcher scans live odds and flags up any profitable opportunities that are available. As you can see from the above screenshot, the tool can flag up some huge potential profits for minimal qualifying losses.

There’s nothing wrong with manually searching for selections if that’s your preference, but this really is a great tool and can save you a lot of time.

 

Comments


  1. John

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    Do you make any money from these? The odds matches always seem terrible?

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    1. Matt

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      It varies from day to day John. There are more opportunities on a weekend or during big festivals than there are midweek. That’s not to say there aren’t any opportunities midweek though, they’re just a bit trickier to find.

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  2. sam

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    How do I access reload offers on the forum or is it possible to follow a blog of someone doing the daily offers?

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  3. Matthew S

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    What rating would you commonly use as your minimum to place a bet, is it worth doing anything below 95%?

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    1. Matt

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      Possibly not Matthew. It’s best to look at the ‘Implied Odds‘ column to see if the bet you are placing is going to be profitable long-term.

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  4. sleepless

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    What is the situation with minimum number of places if bookies don’t specify?

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    1. Matt

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      It’s a little tricky with those as non-runners could mean the extra place is no longer being paid and therefore no potential profit for the extra place.

      There’s a table at the top of my Extra Place Strategy page that shows the standard place terms, which we can use as a guide.

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  5. Chria

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    Are these in shop and online?

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    1. Matt

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      These are available online Chria. I’m not sure about extra places in shop.

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  6. Joel

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    Hi Matt,

    Is there a limit to the number of horses per race you can back at each bookmaker? If I were to back 3/4 at one bookmaker would they restrict my account?

    What is the maximum amount you can back for each horse? Or a better way of asking would be what is the maximum payout per horse that the bookmaker would allow?

    Thanks

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    1. Matt

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      Hi Joel,

      There’s no limit on the number of horses you can back in any one race, but backing 3-4 horses with the same bookmaker may act as a red flag eventually.

      In terms of maximum stakes, it depends on the bookmaker and any restrictions they may have placed on your account.

      I hope that helps.

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  7. Dave

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    Hi, how can you work out your profit if the odds increase? The calculator doesn’t let you change the price but keep the lay amounts

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    1. Matt

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      Hi Dave. Do you mean if you hit Best Odds Guaranteed? If so, you would need to do that manually. You can see your potential profit figures at the bottom of the extra place calculator, so it would just be a case of adjusting the figures on the bookie side (left).

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  8. Jeremy

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    Hi Matt,

    Am to assume that the 5th Favourite in odds would be the best horses to back here if only backing the one horse in a race, as it makes logical sense that they would place 5th more times than the other horses, what that % is l don’t know but l would imagine it could be as high the times a favourite comes first as that also makes sense, if dutching l guess if you back the top five horses in the race you’re strike rate will be extremely high.

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    1. Matt

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      I wouldn’t pay too much attention to their pre-race ranking Jeremy, though I understand what you’re saying.

      Just focus on keeping your qualifying losses low and you’ll hit the extra places over time.

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  9. Jen

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    Hi, I’m going to try extra places for the first time today. With limited funds to cover as many races as possible are you more likely to win the extra place on 6 places rather than 4 places would you lay 3 or 4 places on the exchange?

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    1. Matt

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      Hi Jen,

      Put simply, you’re looking to lay less places at the exchange than you’re backing at the bookmaker. For example, if the bookmaker is paying 4 places, you’ll want to lay 3 places. In that instance, you should be looking at a big profit if your horse finishes exactly 4th (the extra place).

      If a bookmaker is paying 6 places, chances are you’ll be laying 4 places at the exchange, which gives you two places to hit (5th and 6th) instead of just the usual one place.

      I hope that helps.

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  10. Michael C

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    I had a bet on the 4.00 at York today with Unibet and the selection came 5th. However my bet lost because there were non-runners. When the bet was placed it stated 5 places, oddscheckers stated 5 places and your website doesn’t indicate a number of runners restriction. When I contacted Unibet they sent me a link to their terms and conditions which does state that for 5 places to apply there must be 16 runners. These T&Cs are difficult to find on their normal website.

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    1. Matt

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      Yes they don’t make their runner requirements very clear Michael.

      I’ve had a look at their T&C’s though and I’ll start adding those from today.

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  11. Michael C

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    Why are the Dundalk races on here? They are all 16+ runner handicaps where the standard terms are 4 places at 1/4 odds.

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    1. Matt

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      They’re listed as extra place races on the bookmaker sites Michael and we can lay 3 places at the exchanges.

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