£3.36
Guaranteed Profit
£3.38
Actual Profit

Dolphins @ Jaguars Offer – Unibet


Posted by Matt (administrator) Matt
Start Time: 25/09/2020 01:20

It’s Miami Dolphins @ Jacksonville Jaguars in the early hours of Friday morning and you don’t want to miss this Unibet free bet offer! Simply bet £10.00+ on Dolphins @ Jaguars and Unibet will give us a £5.00 free bet to use in play on Sunday’s matches. Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a guaranteed profit of £3.36 and here’s how…

Key Terms:

  • Minimum stake of £10.00.
  • Applies to bets placed on Miami Dolphins @ Jacksonville Jaguars before 01:20 (kick-off) on Friday 25th September 2020.
  • Minimum odds of 3.00 (2/1).

NOTE: Unibet appear to have moved the goalposts for this offer, increasing the minimum odds from 1.80 (4/5) to 3.00 (2/1). If you placed your qualifying bet before the terms changed, you may or may not be eligible for the free bet.

Qualifying Bet:

If you’d like more information about qualifying bets and how they work, please see my Qualifying Bets Guide.

It’s entirely up to you what you place your qualifying bet on. Having looked at the odds available, we could place our qualifying bet on Miami Dolphins in the Including Overtime market.

At the time of writing, laying our bet at Betfair gives us the smallest qualifying loss.

Betfair are currently offering new customers 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’re an existing Betfair customer, you can opt in to pay just 2% commission by selecting their Basic reward plan.

For more information about My Betfair Rewards and how to opt in, please see my Betfair 2% Commission page.

We can calculate our lay stakes using my matched betting calculator…

Back Bet (Bookie)

%

Lay Bet (Betting Exchange)

%

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

Total profit: £

Optimal Underlay

Lay stake required: £
Exchange liability: £

If back (bookie) bet wins: £
If lay (exchange) bet wins: £

Optimal Overlay

Lay stake required: £
Exchange liability: £

If back (bookie) bet wins: £
If lay (exchange) bet wins: £

As you can see, the calculator tells us that our lay stake should be £9.81…

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Place £10.00 on Miami Dolphins @ 2.375 = Potential profit of £13.75

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Lay £9.81 on Miami Dolphins @ 2.44 = Potential liability of £14.12

Outcomes:

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

Outcome Bookie Exchange Profit/Loss
Miami Dolphins win +£13.75 -£14.12 £0.37 loss
Miami Dolphins don't win -£10.00 +£9.61 £0.39 loss

So, regardless of the outcome, we’ll lose a maximum of £0.39 in qualifying for our free bet.

Free Bet:

Our £5.00 free bet will be credited upon placement of our qualifying bet and will be valid on any in play NFL market. Free bet stakes are not included in any returns.

Using straightforward matched betting, we should be able to convert our £5.00 free bet into 75% cash, so £3.75. If we take into account our maximum qualifying loss of £0.39, this gives us a guaranteed profit of £3.36 on this Unibet offer!

* Miami Dolphins beat Jacksonville Jaguars 31-13, resulting in a profit of £3.38 on this Unibet offer. If you placed your qualifying bet before Unibet changed the minimum odds requirement from 1.80 (4/5) to 3.00 (2/1), you should be able to claim your free bet via live chat. *

Comments


  1. James

    Guest user

    You’ve listed min odds as 1.8 but on the promo page it says 3.0 which makes it quite tricky!

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    1. Matt

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      Yes they’ve changed the terms James, which is a little disappointing. Poor of them to change the terms part way through a gameweek.

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  2. Jimmy G

    Guest user

    Looks like they may have hastily changed the T&Cs today. I looked earlier today and the promo wasn’t showing. Now it is but with min. odds of 3.0 rather than 1.8. Also in the summary terms it says opt-in is not required, but in the full terms it says opt-in is required.

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    1. Matt

      337

      It looks that way Jimmy. I don’t see a button for opting in so it looks like no opt in is required.

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