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Matched Betting Saturday


A typical matched betting Saturday. With details of the major horse racing and football reload offers.

What matched betting offers are available on a Saturday? This is usually the busiest day of the week for matched bettors. Let’s look at the best sports and casino profit opportunities.

Matched betting reload offers

Saturday is generally the busiest day in the matched betting week.

Horse racing reload offers

Betfred – Betfred Pushes from 0930-1100hrs with industry best prices on horse racing.

Bet365 – 4/1 horse refund offer

Paddy Power – horse racing refund offers

William Hill – refund if 2nd (to £10) on a selected meeting

Betfair Sportsbook – ITV racing offer. Back a winner at SP odds of 3/1 or higher, get a free bet

Jenningsbet – refund if 2nd by a length or less (to £10) on a selected race

Also, extra place races and Best Odds Guaranteed.

Football reload offers

Enhanced multiples – Betfair Sportsbook, Betsafe, Betway, Bwin, Dafabet, LVbet, Matchbook, Mr.Green, Netbet, SportNation, Sportpesa, Starsports, Unibet, William Hill.

Bet3652up offer on selected top leagues.

Betfred and Totesport – pre-match and in-play Double Delight Hat-trick Heaven on selected matches.

Betsafe – Football price boosts.

Betstars – Bet & Spin on a closely matched back/lay selection. You might also find the occasional arb bet. You’re hoping to get an odds boost, which can anything from 1.2 to 10 times the original odds taken.

Grosvenor – VAR insurance: refund on losing first goalscorer and anytime goalscorer bets. Max refund £50. Premier League matches only.

JoeJennings Telebet – Enhanced offers.

Paddy Power – 2up offer on football online and in shops. Also, Power Prices enhance odds specials.

Other offers

Well, I hope you enjoyed this insight into a typical matched betting Saturday.

I will be researching new offers with less well-known bookmakers such as Vbet, Karamba Sports, Quinnbet, and Guts Sports. Look out for a future post on alternative matched betting offers away from the mainstream firms.

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