Just over one week to go until the start of the Premier League and we have some awesome news – our partner’s Matchbook are back and with 0% commission!
Why is Matchbook being back such awesome news?
Another betting exchange means there’s now even more options for us to get the best prices possible on our lay odds.
Best prices = more profits.
It’s that simple!
Remember small savings on Qualifying Loses and slight increases in profits with better lay odd prices can soon add up in Matched Betting – no matter if you’re a beginner just starting to hit the signup offers or a pro blasting out Extra Place Offers and 2Ups.
Do Matchbook have a signup offer?
Their signup offer for our members is 0% commission on all sports (until 31st October 2020).
Please note that only residents of the United Kingdom, Ireland and several other countries are eligible to receive this offer. (See full T&Cs here). You must also not deposit using e-wallets such as Skrill, Neteller or Paysafe if you wish to access the promotion.
How do I get the 0% commission?
Firstly, you must be a PA Platinum member (upgrade here). Then signup to Matchbook through our special link, in our Platinum members area (if you're already a member, you can find that here). Deposit (with a debit card) and start using their exchange!
Why is 0% commission at Matchbook a must have?
We already mentioned above that adding an extra exchange to your collection is well worth doing to ensure you always get the best price odds.
Having an extra exchange with 0% commission available is even more beneficial because for every £10 Qualifying Bet or Mug Bet you do you save around 10p in Qualifying Losses on average. Then for every £10 Free Bet (SNR) you do you make around 10p more in profit on average.
10p may not sound like much but boy can these 10p’s add up quickly and make a substantial difference to the overall profits you end up taking home.
Even if you do Matched Betting very part-time and follow the £300 a month thread in the forum – the gains in your profits will be very worthwhile.
How does Matchbook work in comparison to Betfair and Smarkets?
Matchbook works in pretty much the same exact way as Betfair Exchange and Smarkets do. In fact Matchbook’s interface is kind of a cross between the two, which makes it super easy for us to use.
What are the pros of using Matchbook?
A big upside to using Matchbook is that they are going to be offering pre-made football accumulators (when the Premier League starts), which will be really useful for those of doing any Bet & Get accumulator offers and Sky Bet’s Saturday Soccer Special Price Boost.
If there’s an accumulator you need to lay and it’s not showing all you need to do is send a request to the Matchbook team and they’ll try and set the acca up for you.
Where have Matchbook been?
They took a break to work with the UK Gambling Commission to enhance their compliance practices for dealing with problem gamblers. They now have some of best practices in the industry.
Even though Matched Betting, when done correctly, doesn’t involve gambling we support the improvements Matchbook have made with their compliance practices and are happy they’re back and offering our members 0% commission again.
Bring on the Premier League 2020/2021 season!
Want to know more about Matched Betting?
Why not ask our members yourself?
Our Facebook Group, which currently has over 9000 members is a great place to get answers and ask for help, especially if you are completely new to Matched Betting.
Interested in Getting Started Matched Betting?
Alternatively, upgrade to our Platinum Membership here. It’s only £19.99 a month and you can easily make this back within an hour or so once you get the hang of things. Talk about value for money!