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Paddy Power Offers – Green Thursday

Posted by Matt (administrator) Thu, Nov 24, 2016 12:11pm Matt
Start Time: 24/11/2016 14:00

It’s Black Friday tomorrow but Paddy Power are ahead of the game with Green Thursday. Paddy Power will be enhancing prices up to 60% every hour between 14:00 and 19:00 today. Prices are limited so we’ll need to be quick!


WARNING: Following the merger between Paddy Power and Betfair, to become Paddy Power Betfair, it’s no longer a good idea to place our lay bets with Betfair as this will surely increase our chances of getting restricted. Therefore, when doing Paddy Power offers, we need to place our lay bets with Smarkets. They have great liquidity, the site is really easy to use and they only charge 2% commission!


The maximum stake for these enhancements is £10.00.

It’s unknown what the enhanced prices will be or whether they will be profitable, but I’ll update the following table as and when they are released…

Time Offer Potential Profit
11am 5 free spins on PP Gold -
2pm 9/2 on Liverpool/Arsenal/Chelsea/Man Utd all to win (games don't overlap so we can lay each leg sequentially for a risk-free potential profit) -
3pm 9/4 on Fenerbahce/Roma/Donetsk all to win (games don't overlap so we can lay each leg sequentially for a risk-free potential profit) £3.96
4pm 2/1 on Detroit Lions & Dallas Cowboys both to win (games don't overlap so we can lay each leg sequentially for a risk-free potential profit) £2.76
5pm 9/4 on Cue Card to win the King George Chase (lay on Smarkets once it becomes available. Lay odds are currently 2.68 on Betfair) -
6pm 7/2 on Wales/Ireland/England/Scotland all to win -
7pm 7/2 on Man Utd to beat Feyenoord and Pogba to score anytime -

The prices will be available until the Paddy Power traders decide to pull the plug, so be quick!


  1. Tony

    Be prepared for lots of sequential lays and whole-season offers methinks… we shall see.

  2. David

    Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Man U – assume it’s EPL? Decent boost from 3.5 to 5.5. Might stick £10 on and wait for the Acca to appear on Betfair? This seem like a good idea, Matt?

  3. Harry Rickards

    I was wondering how you lay an accumulator?

  4. Luke

    Wouldn’t lay off on BF as PaddyPower and BF has merged now. Good way to get your accounts gubbed fast,

  5. Ben

    Hmmm bit weary of this one as betfair now own Paddypower (or the other way around?) don’t want to lose anymore accounts!

      1. Bob47474

        Sorry if I’m being stupid Matt but what league are we talking about?

  6. orlandosteve

    If memory serves, BF only do 3 fold accas?

    @harrry the same as a normal qualifying bet, use the calculator as you would normally.

  7. orlandosteve

    Sorry harry you mean where I guess. Betfair exchange search acca

  8. orlandosteve

    Good spot Matt, @bobb must be the English premier

    1. Bob47474

      In that case two of the games do overlap, one starts 15 minutes after the other?

      1. Matt

        I think you’re mistaken there Bob.

  9. Ben

    These first 2 offers haven’t actually been that good. Can’t they just make it easy for us? Boost an underdog by 60% and a nice simple arb?? :-))

  10. Ian

    Well this promotion is a complete waste of time. What rubbish “enhancements”

  11. Emily

    How do you lay a bet for two teams to win on smarkets ?

  12. Bob47474

    Just a note guys, I only ever bet on horses and football so I’m sticking to these markets. Don’t arise suspicion over a few pounds! Watch me be gubbed tomorrow! ahaha

  13. Bob

    Unless you have a lot of free time, these seem way too much effort!

  14. biscuit1966

    Cue Card to win King George chase on Boxing Day 3.25,current lay price 2.66

  15. orlandosteve

    @Emily you can sequential lay If the events don’t overlap. You place Your first bet on the first outcome, staking an amount that sees you break even if the bet at the bookies loses. If your bookie bet is still live you then place your lay bet on the second outcome, this time you lay enough to cover your stake at the bookies plus the amount you lost on the first lay at Smarkets, and so on until your bet at the bookies wins and you make a profit or the bookie bet loses and you break even. See Matts post above for a more detailed explanation.


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