So, just how much money can you make from Matched Betting?
We are living in strange times. COVID19 has changed the world and many people have lost their jobs. Undoubtedly, there will be some who turn to Matched Betting for an income with the free bets available. Pinning all your hopes and dreams on Matched Betting might not be a good idea in the long-term, but there’s a lot of money available if it’s done right for now.
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Which is why I made this video below, to explain the finer details. Check it out…
If you don’t have time to watch the whole video the question times are:
- 1:16 – How much money can you make from matched betting?
- 2:51 – Is it possible to matched bet for a living?
- 3:44 – What’s a good part-time income with matched betting?
How Much Money Can You Make From Matched Betting?
The answer to this question is quite simple: you get back what you put in. Matched Betting is like dieting or the gym – the more you do, the better. The less you do, the worse. For anyone that wants to spend ten minutes per day, you might make a nice little side income but it will never go past £300 a month. For anyone that is professional about their matched betting and spends upwards or an hour each day then they can make £1,000 or more a month. There’s a lot of people making a lot more than that from the likes of 2 up offers and early payout offers.
Another big factor to how much you can make when matched betting is the size of your bank. The bigger the bank, the more offers you can do and that equals more profit. For example, on an average Saturday you could have ten or more offers worth doing that could make you £10 each – but the liability of placing those bets might be on average £100. For anyone with a bank of only £500; they couldn’t do all those offers – but for anyone with a bank of £2,000 or more, they could easily do them all and more too. The more offers you do, the bigger the income – once you do everything correctly! Of course, everyone can start small and build their way up to a nice betting bank.
And lastly, a huge factor to how much you can make is the number of bookmaker accounts you have. To make the most amount of money, you will need a sizable amount of bookmaker accounts to exploit their offers. For example, if you don’t have a Bet365 or Paddy Power account, then you can’t do 2 Up offers. Betfred, SkyBet, etc will have weekly offers, and they are always good accounts to have. If your accounts get closed or restricted then your profit falls down.
I would suggest the average amount made by a dedicated matched bettor per month – someone who spends at least seven hours a week – would be between £1,000 and £2,000 depending on the accounts they have. I would suggest the amount is closer to £2,000 too for those that have an average amount of accounts available to them.
Is It Possible To Matched Bet For A Living?
The answer to this question depends on how much you need to live. In the above question, I suggested the average matched bettor makes close to £2,000 a month. If that’s an amount you can live off where you live; then clearly it is an option for you! If you lived in the expensive part of London, then £2,000 a month might not be big enough for you to live off. That being said, it’s still quite a considerable side income. Especially given how much time people waste watching Netflix and on social media; they could easily just cut down a little on that and make £10,000 a year matched betting!
If you’re thinking about matched betting for a living, I would suggest that this is a very risky road to go down. That is because you can have your accounts closed or restricted and then your “wage” falls down. For anyone who works part-time or has lost their job and is looking for a stop-gap; then matched betting is an excellent resource. I think it’s wise to view matched betting as a big side income rather than a career.
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What’s A Good Part-Time Income With Matched Betting?
This is an excellent question. I think a lot of people do matched betting as a side income when they get home from work and at the weekends. I firmly believe if you’re picking the best offers each evening from the Profit Rush Calendar then you can make £500 a month quite easily.
For some people, £500 extra a month can be life-changing. Actually when you think about it; £6,000 a year tax-free income is life-changing for most people. Even for people with a high income from their job; an extra £6,000 a year is a fancy holiday or two – perhaps a down payment on a brand new car with the monthly repayments easily covered with their normal income from their job. That’s what is available when matched betting is done correctly. A side income to make life better!
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