Sky Cash Out Offer
Tried these a couple of times and get free bets most of the times. If your bet lose, just lose a small qualifying loss.
Try to choose a team that likely to win and lay the bet in exchange, and watch the in play closely and as soon as your chosen team score and when the cash out amount is positive and more than your initial bet by £10, cash it out for a free bet next day.
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Place a bet on Saturday’s football and Cash Out for a profit on Saturday
Sky’ll match your profit as a free bet, up to £10!
Your free bet will be credited by 5pm Sunday 10th January.+00January 8, 2016 at 9:11 pm
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Learning the fundamentals takes 10-15 minutes and you’ll make £15 in the process.Drogs 0 January 8, 2016 at 9:20 pm
How much do you stake? Surely by cashing out, you are going to lose a lot more in the exchange and only recoup some of it instead of a small qualifiying loss? I cant see this being much more than the money you will make from your £10 free bet unless it was right at the end of the game you cashed out?+0Drogs 0 January 8, 2016 at 9:26 pm
I actually think that is what I am going to do, put £20 on a favourite and wait until around 80th minute where hopefully they are winning, and I should be able to cash out for most of the total winnings. Has the added bonus of winning the lay as well as the cash out amount if the result were to change in the last 10 minutes.
Anyone have thoughts on this technique?+0Rose88 0 January 8, 2016 at 9:33 pm
Depend how the match goes, last time I cashed out around 85th min to guarantee a £10 free bet. For this promo, ideally should lay in Bet_fair as when you cash out in Sky, you will need to close out your lay bet in the exchange. Smarket do not have cash out function, so you might have to wait till almost the end of the match to cash out in sky to avoid the possibility of you losing in the exchange if the match result go the other way after you cash out in Sky.+0Tony 11 January 8, 2016 at 9:37 pm
you want a favourite, but that means low odds, which in turn will mean a (relatively) low cash out unless your selection is well clear (i.e. 2+ goals up with minutes to go)
Interested to see how you get on, be sure to let us know+0Drogs 0 January 8, 2016 at 9:38 pm
Ahhhh I see, thanks. I forgot you could cash out a lay in Betfair as I have never done it. However, If the match went the other way after cashing out, that would be a good thing. You would then win your lay and your back bet.
But I think that would be very rare and I will be using Betfair and cashing out, so thanks 🙂+0Drogs 0 January 8, 2016 at 9:41 pm
Thats what I was thinking, but if we were to cash out in the exchange also, by staking a larger amount (maybe £30 because I dont want the q loss to be too high if they lose) you would be able to hit the £10 cashback a lot sooner+0beesty2016 3 January 8, 2016 at 10:11 pm
One way I’ve done it in the past is place it on the soccer Saturday enhanced Acca. If it goes my way and I’m a tenner up I cash it out to make the extra 10. Usually this can be done if the first goal goes in your favour and looking at tomorrow’s games I will be trying this on that!+0Drogs 0 January 8, 2016 at 11:09 pm
One goal in your favour on an acca and you can cash out for a profit of £10?? I dont see how that is possible, How much are you staking? Also, would you be laying the acca or not?+0RyanB 11 January 8, 2016 at 11:38 pm
All you do is pick the most likely event, make sure you calculate how much profit it would make it if won so say £20 bet returns £35, then if they are winning in the 93rd minute cash out for like £32 or whatever it is. Therefore you are £3 down but then you have a £10 free bet to extract 80% from…done it a few times pretty easy!+0RyanB 11 January 8, 2016 at 11:43 pm
You don’t need to cash out of the exchange at all guys…you back and lay a favourite that you think will win, cash out last minute your bookie bet wins (your returns is slightly less as you cashed out) and you betfair bet loses. No need to cash out at all. There is also a slim chance you cash out at Sky and then someone scores which means your betfair lay could win also..unlikely but possible!+0beesty2016 3 January 9, 2016 at 10:44 am
I’m putting 30 quid on it to return 105 profit. As it is an enhancement I have even seen the cash out higher Than my stake when the games start. If a goal goes in my favour it will boost it to at least 40 quid and I cash out. If it goes wrong I lose 30 but the enhancements are still way above the industry average so I can treat this like a punt.+0RyanB 11 January 9, 2016 at 10:48 am
Why are you guys making this more complicated that it needs to be? don’t cash out at the start etc and punting it. Just do as I said Cash out at the very end of the game (providing your bet is winning) and then your guaranteed profit, its really not that hard! If your chosen bet is losing do another one until one game is winning in the final seconds of the game. Risking £30 for a £10 cash out bonus isn’t exactly great matched betting…+0Drogs 0 January 9, 2016 at 11:07 am
You’re right, this was my first thoughts on how to tackle it and then I started to over think it.+0patrickBlocked6 January 9, 2016 at 11:22 am
Dont leave it too late to cash out
I did this offer last time on Derby to win and being greedy I left it to the last minute of normal time to cashout,but it wouldnt let me cashout.+0
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