Greyhound Offers

The daily greyhound offers are a great way of topping up your matched betting profits. There are plenty of opportunities available each day and you’ll find them listed in the table below. Just keep your qualifying losses to a minimum and hope to hit the bonus/refund triggers.

If you’re unsure how these money back offers should be tackled, please see my Money Back Offers page for a walk-through guide on how it should be done.

Friday 24th January 2020

NOTE: The liquidity at Betfair for greyhound racing does not improve until approximately 5-10 minutes before the race starts. You should therefore only get involved if you’re comfortable with that. If you’ve not done greyhound offers before, you may want to just observe the changing odds or at least use lower stakes until you get the hang of things.

Betfair are currently running a great sign up offer where you pay 0% commission up to £500 for the first 30 days…

Banner showing the zero commission sign up offer from Betfair

Banner showing the zero commission sign up offer from Betfair

If you already have a Betfair account, you can opt to pay just 2% commission by selecting the Basic package.

Betfred – Bet £30 & get a £10 free bet

Offer: Place a bet on 3 greyhound races across Thursday and Friday at odds of 1.50 (1/2) or greater, and Betfred will give you a free bet to your average stake, up to £10.00, to use on Thursday.
Eligible races: All races on Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th January 2020.

BetMcLean – SP Next Price Up

Offer: Place a bet on any UK race today and if your greyhound wins, BetMcLean will pay it out at the next price up. For example, 6/4 paid out at 13/8, 10/1 paid out at 11/1 etc.
Eligible races: All UK races.

Paddy Power – Money back if 2nd to the SP Fav

Offer: Money back as a free bet, up to £25.00, if your greyhound finishes 2nd to the SP Favourite at Crayford today.
Eligible races: All races at Crayford (14:12 to 18:19).


  1. Adrian

    Guest user

    Can you just clarify that the strategy for the free bet if second to the sp fave offer, is to calculate the dog to match off with the least liability and the hope you hit enough free bets to make it worthwhile, thanks.

    1. Matt


      Not necessarily the least liability in exchange terms, but the dog that gives you the smallest qualifying loss. Then, like you say, it’s a case of hoping you hit the refund trigger. You should be able to gauge from your qualifying loss and potential profit whether each particular race is worth doing. If you don’t feel it’s profitable, you can just move on to the next race.


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