Newbie FFF (Fantastic First Five)
I am new to casino bagging, but all that is about to change!
Can anyone give me a few good examples of first casino offers to start with,
in terms of bonus size, wagering requirement etc. I'm thinking of the 32red £32 offer with european black jack?
I would prefer to use neteller, blackjack and autoplay but am happy to go with whatever the pro's suggest.
cheers in advance.
I'm struggling to find decent matches for my Betinternet free bet. Can anyone recommend a good market for me to be searching? I don't do AH/under-over or anything complicated like that yet. I have been tackling horses this week but am finding that a bit scary too. I prefer a slow-moving market, I guess.
Thanks for any pointers.
Betinternet freebet? That is SNR right, so you should be looking at long odds, something above 7.0 if possible.
Originally Posted by Fifigrace
Try looking at the correct score market on big leagues. For instance I used mine (from the rugby special) on a correct score that was 26.0 at betinternet and 27.0 at Betfair. That returns 88% or about £17.66 from a £20 SNR.
However you would need to have at least £485 in Betfair to cover the liability. If you need smaller liability try to find a match like 7.0 at Betinternet and 8.0 at betfair. It only returns £14.37 from a £20 SNR, but it only requires about £100 in betfair.
Just play with the spreadsheet and the odds you CAN find and try to get at least 75% from a bet that you can cover at Betfair. Good Luck!
Yes, it is SNR but to complicate it more it's also £50 (a lucky sign-up . . .) so my Betfair balance won't really really allow me to go much above 7.0.
Unless they'd let me do it in two bets of £25? Would they?
Anyway, I'll get right on to the correct score market now.
Also, as a quick find, if you want to keep your betfair liability down
Sparta Rotterdam V Twente
Sparta is 5.2 at Betinternet and 5.5 at Betfair, returns only 73% but only needs £175 in Betfair. Looks like there is just enough in Betfair right now to cover it. You might find better though, that was a quick look.
How did you get a £50 free bet out of interest?
Originally Posted by Fifigrace
Have a look through the thread above, there should be something you can get stuck into... vegassky is a freebie that KasinoKing is offering up (although I didn't qualify for some reason )... worth a look anyway. Other than that have a look at Littlewoods casino, Coral's roulette deal and generally just browse this forum.
Originally Posted by jonnybgood
See my signature for info on searching the forum using tags, it's easier that way (search for threads tagged with 'littlewoods' for example).
S009, I'm in exactly the same boat as you. Have done MB for a few months I guess and am running out of easy SUBs so my eye has been drawn towards casino SUBs. I'm also holding out and hoping for a few big Cheltenham offers from the major bookies.
Originally Posted by s0095063
Have no online casino experience, but have played the popular games in B&M casinos. Have read a lot of the threads re. different casinos but haven't yet taken the plunge.
Would be interested in hearing the experiences of someone as 'green' as myself in this area.
Im guessing it was using the Hereford racecard promotion (basically you just said you saw a £50 offer there, chose it from the drop down "where did you hear about us" box, and got £50 rather than £25. I dont think its still available.
Originally Posted by munk
Fifigrace = If you only have a relatively small float you can still chose longer odds just underlay it to take that into account. You will get a smaller return if you win to betfair but a much bigger one should you win at the bookmaker. You should always do that anyway really to an extent but you have a reason to be more extreme with it if your betfair float is limitied.
Have a plan and stick to it
Firstly the £50 - yes, it was the Hereford option. It reappeared after the Hereford meeting last Sunday, when Betinternet sponsored five races I believe. Just checked and it is still showing now on the sign-up offer. Of course that doesn't guarantee a 100 per cent match, but historically it's a good indication.
RE underlaying - this is something I don't really understand yet. Will attempt to get my head around it soon so thanks for the reminder. I'll bump it up my to-do list.
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