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Super Odds Treble – William Hill

Posted by Matt (administrator) Matt
Start Time: 15/09/2018 15:00

Premier League football returns this weekend and you don’t want to miss this William Hill Super Odds Treble! They’ve enhanced Man City, Arsenal and Bournemouth all to win from 4/1 to a tasty 6/1. Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a risk-free potential profit of £10.00 and here’s how…

Banner showing the William Hill Super Odds Treble

Super Odds Treble:

The maximum stake for this price boost is £10.00.

At the time of writing, laying our bet with Betfair gives us the biggest risk-free potential profit. Until 26th November 2018, Betfair are offering 0% commission on all football ACCA markets.

We can find the acca market via the following link trail…

Betfair > Exchange > Football > English Premier League > Acca Saturday 15 September

We can calculate our underlay stake using my matched betting calculator. We just need to open up the ‘SHOW ADVANCED’ section and click the ‘UNDERLAY’ tab…

Select bet type

Back Bet (Bookie)


Lay Bet (Betting Exchange)

Min £
Max £
Lay stake required: £
If back (bookie) bet wins
= £
If lay (exchange) bet wins
= £

Total profit: £

As you can see, the calculator tells us that our lay stake should be £10.00…

William Hill logo

Place £10.00 on Man City, Arsenal & Bournemouth to win @ 7.00 = Potential profit of £60.00

Betfair logo

Lay £10.00 on Man City/Arsenal/Bournemouth @ 6.00 = Potential liability of £50.00

Let’s have a look at our profit/loss for the two potential outcomes…

Treble wins+ £60.00 – £50.00 = £10.00 profit
Treble doesn't win- £10.00 + £10.00 (£10.00 minus 0% commission) = £0.00

So, if our treble doesn’t win, we’ll break even and there’s no harm done. However, if our treble does win, we’ll make a nice risk-free profit of £10.00 on this William Hill Super Odds Treble!

* All three teams won their respective fixtures, resulting in a profit of £10.00 on this William Hill price boost. *


  1. Tipsy Turner

    Guest user

    I cant seem to see this on their website. Have they pulled it?.

    1. Matt


      Price boosts are sometimes pulled as an event(s) gets closer if the bookmaker has taken a certain amount of bets at the boosted price.


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