Bet365 Bet Credits

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Bet365 are the largest gambling company in the world. They boast over 45 million customers and employ over 4300 people worldwide. You have probably seen Bet365 advertised heavily, especially during half-time breaks in football matches promoted by actor Ray Winstone. They have come a long way since they were founded in a Portakabin in Stoke-on-Trent in 2000 by Denise Coates, registering revenue of £2.7 billion in 2018. They have an award-winning online platform that not only supply sports betting but also casino, live casino, games, poker, Vegas and bingo options.

Bet365 have a huge variety of markets, in-play options, cash-out features and offer some of the best value odds among all the bookies out there. Bet365 have a range of regular promotions that they offer out to existing, eligible customers:

Unlimited Refund: Arguably Bet365's flagship offer is their flagship football promotion. This offer involves betting on a team to win a football match in an eligible fixture. If the team that you back goes two goals ahead at any point in the match, so 2-0 or 3-1, Bet365 will pay the bet out as winning regardless of the final result.

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Taking the above example, if you have placed a bet on Ajax to win, Bet365 will have paid out the bet as a winning bet even though Ajax actually lost the game. This is because Ajax went 2-0 up against Tottenham Hotspur. This offer is only available on specific competitions which, at the time of writing, are:  English Premier League, English Championship Play-offs, English FA Cup, English EFL Cup, Spanish Primera Liga, Italian Serie A, German Bundesliga UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League. The unlimited refund offer is also available on other sports including tennis, Rugby Union and NFL.

4/1 Feature Race (Horse Racing): This is one of the most popular horse racing promotions available on Bet365. If you back a winner in a feature race at odds of 4/1 (5.0) or higher then Bet365 will credit you with a risk-free bet on the next feature race up to a maximum of £50. If this second bet loses then Bet365 will refund your stake as cash, up to £50. This is only available on specific races which are the daily feature races, and also all ITV races. With this offer if the starting price drops below 4/1 (5.0), as long as you backed at 4/1 (5.0) or higher when you placed your bet then your bet will still be eligible for the promotion.

Bet365 In-Play: Available via invite-only, the in-play offer is a football promotion regularly offered on big matches. It involves placing a bet pre-match which is then value matched 100% as an in-play free bet. The amount values from person to person but there is a maximum value of £50. You will normally see this offer attached to Premier League and Champions League games.

Bore Draw Money Back: Another popular football promotion from Bet365 is their "Bore Draw Money Back" offer. For this offer all you need to do is place a bet on one of the following markets; correct score, half time/full time or scorecast and if the match finishes 0-0 Bet365 will refund you your stake back as cash. There is no maximum stake refund on this and it applies to any football match.

Euro Soccer Bonus: If you have a winning accumulator bet with 3 or more selections then you could get a percentage winnings bonus ranging between 5% and 100%. The bonus amount you receive is dependent on the number of selections that you have, to get the full 100% bonus you will need an acca with 14+ selections in. The acca must be made up from selections from the full-time results or both teams to score markets for the English Premier League, Italian Serie A, Spanish Primera Liga, German Bundesliga 1 or UEFA Champions League (Group Stage and Knockout Stage from the Round of 16 only).

They also have a fantastic welcome offer for new customers with a 100% matched deposit which can give you up £100 in bet credits. Bet credits are Bet365’s term for free bets. In the remainder of this article, we will look at how you can access and qualify for Bet365’s latest signup offer.


How To Claim Your Bet Credits

As mentioned you can claim up to £100 worth of bet credits when you open a new account with Bet365.

To claim this offer:

  1. Select the link here which will take you directly through to the Bet365 promotion page.
  2. Select Join Now.
  3. Fill in your personal details and register your account.
  4. In order to get the full £100 worth of bet credits, you must deposit £100, do this using a bank card.
  5. Place a total of £100 worth of bets on a selection with minimum odds of 1/5 (1.2).
  6. Once your bets have settled Bet365 will credit your bet credits within 1-2 hours of your qualifying bets settling.
  7. Place your bet credits selecting them in the betslip once you have chosen your selection/s.

Alternative Ways To Use The Bet Credits

If you are lucky with the previous way of placing your bets you may win some money from the bets that you have placed. You may also lose and therefore be £100 down. There is a way though that you can make around £70-80 from these bet credits regardless of whether your bets win or lose. This can be achieved through the technique of Matched Betting.


What is Matched Betting?

Matched Betting is a way of taking advantage of the hundreds of free bet offers dished out by bookies. Although it has betting in the name there is no real gambling involved as, unlike normal betting, we cover all possible outcomes of an event. This means regardless of the result we can make profit and turn those free bets into real cash!


Keen to Get Involved?

The great news is you don’t need to be a sports fan or betting fanatic to sign up and use Profit Accumulator. Many of our members are not sports fans and had never placed a bet in their lives but that doesn’t stop them from making some tax-free cash.

Sign up here to our 14 day trial for just £1 (usually £17.99) and you could earn over £45 or more. Be sure to check out our £300 and £1000 per month threads.

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