The Wedding challenge.
I am due to get married later this year and combined with some debt I need to make £3000 by the end of May. Due to getting easily distracted and being too laid back i seem to be struggling to kick on past the current £1700 I have already made. What I am looking to do is what others have done before me and produce a diary of my exploits in the hope that this will motivate me to get the job done. Hopefully I will also pick up some tips from people choosing to read my diary and also give tips to these same people.
So without further ado here it is my diary, I intend to produce weekly updates, although this may vary from time to time. (Message to MODs - If this is in the wrong place please feel free to move)
Tebs what float are you working with?
Books I have done so far are as follows:
Bet365 - gubbed
Bet at home
Originally Posted by snoopy
I'm working with around 2000 at the moment so am still looking for low hanging fruit to start the year with!
£20 refund on loss SUB at GetWin which is immediatly withdrawable.
Has the "OH" signed up to the partner friendly sites - plenty in your list?
Also if they are at a different address with different name get them to sign up to all sites whilst you still can (legitimately).
Obviously you'll need to make sure they know what they are doing......
Originally Posted by 9822aracs
Thanks for the heads up. At the moment the OH has Corals, Sky and Betfair accounts. I will have to look into what other ones on my list are partner friendly as i thought these were the only ones.
We live together so that will knock a few on the head unfortunately. She will also be opening a Ladbrokes account soon as i already have one, from a previous life as a mug punter!
Congratulations!! I got married in December and the MB profits allowed us to have a great wedding and honeymoon.
Have you thought of doing any of the spreadbetting offers?
You already have an Extrabet account so you could do Sporting Index and Spreadex and Sportspreads and match off against Extrabet or against each other.
Sporting Index offer a £200 free bet plus there is a £200 referral freebet
Spreadex offer 2 x £100 freebets, plus a £200 refund on financial losses plus a £50 referral fee.
Free spread bets tend to be on specific markets and will realise approx 60% of their value.
Sportspreads offer £100 credit plus a referral of €100
So you could get £120 plus half referral at SPIN (£180), £145 at Spreadex and £140 at Sportspreads and then do the same for the OH. I don't think you can refer someone from your own household but the SUB's are PF. Always worth checking this direct with the company before you pile in.
Sporting Index and Spreadex are both PF.
If you go down the referral route then you could get help from someone here on how to do it and spreadsheets etc or search the board.
Other ones my OH has (at same address) are betdaq, totesport, will hill, ladbrokes (not on your list - big sign ups sometimes for big race meetings), gamebookers, and paddy power. Partybets as well (she just hasn't signed up there yet) - family referrals used to be allowed as well (also gamebookers)....merger with Bwin?!.
Rules may have changed for any of these so check first.
My OH was told a while ago that she could also sign up for B365, but not have the opening account bonus...not followed that up yet. Again needs checking especially if you are gubbed.
Cheers Ascot Ed,
Originally Posted by Ascot_Ed
Spreadbetting is not something i have looked into yet but looking at those figures it looks well worth doing. i will have a read up and then get cracking.