Exchange websites

  • What exchange website’s do people use to lay there bets. I only use smarkets but was wondering if there was any other better ones out there that maybe give you free bets or charge less commission.

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    elenasdad 0

    Don’t think you’ll find a cheaper exchange. I use both Smarkets and Betfair to see which has best lay odds

    Mark 1

    I have Smarkets, Betfair, betdaq and Ladbrokes exchange accounts. It’s worth noting that Betdaq and ladbrokes are exactly the same.

    If I’m dead set on finding the absolute best match for something I will check them all. But I use smarkets the most because even of the odds aren’t always the best the 2% commission often a makes it the cheaper option.

    Plus smarkets offer 0% commission on QPR matches and so I always make sure to have a “mug bet” on them as you can often find an arb and make a profit plus it apparently makes your profile look better!

    mooser 0

    i use too, they charge 1% commission. i have had no problems withdrawing from them

    Shaun46 1

    I have started using BetDaq to release my 2 £25 free bets from

    Matchbook also have free bets to release 2 x £10 I believe a £10 free lay and a £10 free back

    Tony 12

    @jamiestansbie Smarkets are great in terms of commission but they have a limited number of markets and I find that I am often back on Betfair (e.g. Anytime scorer, BTTS & Match result…) I also WISH they had an iOS app as their mobile site is a little clunky and often loses connection with their servers – not ideal when trying to get a horse laid seconds before the off! haha!

    617dosh 0

    I was about to sign for BetDaq and Matchbook to get the joining bonus and the arb opportunities that sometimes show up but I decided to check TrustPilot and they both have poor feedback so will stick with Smarkets and Betfair.

    Pickle 58

    Anyone wanting to keep in bet365 good books may want to look at the price of a QPR draw tonight seeing as their games are 0% commision on smarkets.

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