£120.66
Potential Profit
£4.87
Guaranteed Profit
£5.03
Actual Profit

US Open 2020 Offers – Unibet


Posted by Matt (administrator) Matt
Start Time: 17/09/2020 11:20

The US Open 2020 tees off on Thursday morning and Unibet are getting in on the action! They’re giving customers a 25% profit boost to use on an outright winner bet, plus a £5.00 free bet when we bet £10.00! Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a guaranteed profit of £4.87 and here’s how…

Key Terms:

  • Profit boost must be used on the U.S. Open 2020 – Winner market.
  • Profit boost will appear once we have added a player to our betslip.
  • Maximum stake of £25.00 and maximum winnings of £1,000.00.
  • Profit boost will be available until 11:50 (first tee-off) on Thursday 17th September 2020.
  • Once the action gets underway, if we bet £10.00, Unibet will give us a £5.00 free in play bet.

Profit Boost:

Unibet are paying 7 places on the US Open 2020, so we can also treat this as an extra place offer.

Once we’ve added a player to our betslip, the profit boost should appear. We just need to check the ‘Each Way’ box and select the profit boost, which should boost our odds by 25%.

It’s entirely up to you which player you go for. Having looked at the odds available, we could place our bet on Patrick Cantlay.

At the time of writing, the back odds are 34.00 (33/1), so we need to work out what our new odds will be once the 25% profit boost has been applied…

34.00 – 1.00 (stake) = 33.00
33.00 * 1.25 (25%) = 41.25
41.25 + 1.00 (stake) = 42.25

At the time of writing, laying our bet at Smarkets gives us the biggest guaranteed profit.

If you’re not yet signed up, Smarkets are currently offering a £10.00 welcome bonus for new customers.

Banner showing the £10 welcome bonus offer from Smarkets

Banner showing the £10 welcome bonus offer from Smarkets

We can calculate our lay stakes using the ‘Extra Place‘ setting on my Each Way Calculator.

Select bet type

Back Bet (Bookie)

1 /

Lay the Win (Exchange)

%
Lay stake required (To Win): £

Lay the Place (Exchange)

%
Lay stake required (To Place): £
Bookie
Exchange
Total
First place
£ + £
£ + £
= £
Standard place
£ + £
£ + £
= £
Extra place
£ + £
£ + £
= £
Doesn't place
£ + £
£ + £
= £

As you can see, the calculator tells us that our ‘Win‘ and ‘Place‘ lay stakes should be £13.91 and £13.17 respectively…

Unibet logo

Place £12.50 each way on Patrick Cantlay @ 42.25 = Potential profit of £618.76

Smarkets logo

Lay £13.91 on Patrick Cantlay ‘Winner’ @ 38.00 = Potential liability of £514.67

Lay £13.17 on Patrick Cantlay ‘Top 5’ @ 8.80 = Potential liability of £102.72

Outcomes:

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

Outcome Bookie Win Bookie Place Exchange Win Exchange Place Profit/Loss
Cantlay wins + £515.63 + £103.13 – £514.67 – £102.72 £1.37 profit
Cantlay places 2nd 3rd 4th or 5th – £12.50 + £103.13 + £13.63 – £102.72 £1.54 profit
Cantlay places 6th or 7th – £12.50 + £103.13 + £13.63 + £12.90 £117.16 profit
Cantlay finishes outside top 7 – £12.50 – £12.50 + £13.63 + £12.90 £1.53 profit

So, we stand to make a potential profit of £117.16 if Patrick Cantlay finishes 6th or 7th. Any other outcome and we’ll make a guaranteed profit of £1.37 on the first part of this Unibet offer!

Free Bet:

Once the US Open gets underway at 11:50 on Thursday 17th September 2020, if we bet £10.00, Unibet will give us a £5.00 free bet. Our free bet will be credited upon settlement of our qualifying bet and can be used in play on any golf market.

Using straightforward matched betting, we should be able to convert our £5.00 free bet into 80% cash, so £4.00. If we can restrict our qualifying loss to no more than £0.50, this gives us a guaranteed profit of £3.50 on the second part of this Unibet offer!

* Patrick Cantlay finished outside the top 7, resulting in an overall profit of £5.03 on this Unibet offer. *

Comments


  1. Rob

    Guest user

    Can we just use the free bet offer or do you have to do the first part also?

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    Reply
    1. Matt A

      Guest user

      You don’t have to do the first part, they’re separate offers.

      +1
      Reply

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