Bet365 4/1 offers – Monday 4.00 and 4.20
Wolverhampton 4.00 and Kempton 4.40 are in the Bet365 4/1 offer tomorrow. Back a winner and get up to £50 risk free in the next race.
Remember they have to have odds of 5.0 or higher.
You can see which races are in the offer by clicking on the ‘top coupons’ feature: https://www.bet365.com/home/FlashGen4/WebConsoleApp.asp?deeplink=1&bet=1&cid=2&cb=1032659698+03January 10, 2016 at 8:42 pm
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Learning the fundamentals takes 10-15 minutes and you’ll make £15 in the process.chris.t 0 January 10, 2016 at 9:07 pm
Thanks. Yesterday I finally “won” one of these offers but didn’t have time to sort out the free bet for the next qualifying race…. gutted! Unless the day’s clear I’ll only dabble with this offer for the last race of the day.+0rcw86 0 January 10, 2016 at 9:13 pm
I havent tried one of these yet but ill be in work so itll be difficult. Do you back and lay the first race as normal or do you under or over lay it to guarantee profit?
If someone can dumb it down a bit for me and give an example that would be awesome cheers…
no trolls+0Ice Magic 3 January 10, 2016 at 9:20 pm
Rcw. You need to back and lay fairly close to the race start to try and get the smallest qualifying loss you can. Then if the horse wins use the risk free calculator on this blog to back a horse on the next race. Use £50 as your cash back value. You will guarantee a profit of £35-40 easy but if you pick a 2nd winner you can go ahead and do the same on the next race+0Pavlon 3 January 10, 2016 at 9:22 pm
I just back and lay the first bet as I would a qualifying bet. If you overlay then as it’s high odds you’ll be taking a big chunk out of any risk free bet winnings, but you can do it that way. Use the oddsmonkey calculator and do £50 with odds of 5.0/5.2 as an example.+0rcw86 0 January 10, 2016 at 9:23 pm
Wow so these can be extremely profitable. When you say next race is that at that particular meeting?+0Pavlon 3 January 10, 2016 at 9:28 pm
No, they jump from one racetrack to another, but the risk free bet only applies to the very next chosen race. The promotions on the right side of the page will tell you which races are covered. I got two winners on the bounce on Saturday, before losing on the third race. £50 was refunded within an hour.
Maybe best to wait until next Saturday. They’ll have the offer on for all of the races on Channel 4:
That’s 7 races.+0Smarty72 0 January 10, 2016 at 9:42 pm
Would the best way be to ignore the 1st race and attempt the 2nd race which if successful would mean that the next race would be the following day?+0Pavlon 3 January 10, 2016 at 9:48 pm
I’ll be in work, so I might just do the second race – which is at 4.40 as per my OP not 4.20 as per the thread name.
That said, this offer is f**king good, particularly as Bet365 are also checking their channel 4 race odds against other bookmakers, and guaranteeing to match or give better odds than the other bookmakers. Offer runs to end of January, so I want as many of these as possible over the next few weeks.+0Pavlon 3 January 10, 2016 at 11:00 pm
Nope, need to be after final declarations. I tend to bet about 5-10 mins before the event, owing to tightening odds.+0Mark 1 January 11, 2016 at 12:30 am
If this offer ends at the end of the month ill be gutted, had a lot of these come off since I started. I usually do both every day and all of the channel 4 ones.
If you’re at work just plan a loo break 5 mins before the off, get your bet on and slyly check the result. When I work Saturdays people think I’ve got the runs as I’m in and out so often!
@Chris.T if that happens again mate just stick a bet on whatever you think, if it loses you get your stake back, may be a shot at nothing but at least you wont waste the bet if you don’t have time to work out the lay, and if it comes off you’ll be at least £200 better off!
While we are on the subject I’ve backed a few horses with this offer where the SP eventually fell below 4/1 but still got refunds after losing the next race, anyone else noticed this?+0peck1996 0 January 11, 2016 at 2:58 pm
Am I right in thinking, if u bet and win on the 4.40 at Kempton today, you will get a risk free bet on the 3.10 at Lingfield tomorrow?+0Pavlon 3 January 11, 2016 at 4:55 pm
Peck – that’s correct. And that’s what I’ll be doing, as Invectus Hero was my hero. Got him at 5.0 before his odds tightened. £4.70 qualifying loss, which is larger than I like. So I might just massively underlay it to cover the £4.70 if tomorrow’s doesn’t win. 14 horses though…+0
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