The Primera Divison got under way in Spain this weekend, and Monday night sees the final two matches of the opening weekend, with Valencia and Las Palmas completing the first round of fixtures.
Valencia are just a shade under Even money, coming in at a best price of 4/5 to win their season’s opener at the Mestalla.
That is unless you are prepared to open a new account with Coral, who are offering new customers a massive 8/1 on Valencia to beat Las Palmas (match kicks off at 9pm).
The maximum bet at 8/1 is £5, and you will also get a free bet of £5 from Coral, should you use the offer, and Valencia not win.
This offer also gives us the chance to implement a football betting system that works, namely matched betting.
You start by opening a new Coral account. You then place a £5 bet on Valencia to win under the terms of the offer. Once you have done that, you need to cover your bet so you don’t lose your fiver with Coral.
How you do that, is to lay Valencia for £5 on a betting exchange, such as Betfair.
That way should Valencia not win, you would lose £5 with Coral, but win £5 on Betfair, and you would also get a £5 free bet from Coral. So the worse that can happen using this offer, is you get a £5 free bet.
If you follow these instructions and Valencia win, you would get £45 back in a combination of cash and free bets from Coral. And you would lose just under £5 on the betting exchange.
Your Coral winnings would break down like this. You would get £9 back in cash, and £36 in free bets. Your £9 cash would be £5 stake and £4 winnings at 4/5. The additional winnings from the enhanced price (£36) would be make up in free bets.
Using Matched Betting techniques, you can turn £36 into around £23 to £25 in cash quite easily.
These are the sort of methods used by arbitrage betting systems such as Bonus Bagging, Accumulator Generator, and Profit Maximiser.
The latter of the three, Profit Maximiser, currently has an excellent offer running if you wish to try it out. Using the Profit Maximiser Trial, you can now give the system a go for just £1 + Vat, for 14 days.
With the trial you have two options. If you like what you see, simply do nothing and you will be billed the remainder of the subscription price (£86 + Vat) at the end of 14 days.
Or if you decide it’s not for you, simply phone the customer services helpline, and cancel the service inside the 14 days, this will avoid you paying the remainder of the subscription, meaning the trial has cost you a mere £1 + Vat.