Matched Betting Profit Update: £759 in 2 Months 2017 - My Matched Betting Experience
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Matched Betting Profit Update: £759 in 2 Months 2017

It's been a while since I published a Matched Betting profit update, but despite this, I've definitely still been able to earn a monthly income online since my last update.

The aim of this matched betting income report, and future reports is to show you that earning with Matched Betting is possible, and anyone can earn with this method. 

In this update I will be sharing how much I made and how I was able to earn that amount. I will also share some of my matched betting goals for the future.


How Much did i make?


Here's a quick look at the money I was able to make in March and April:

£ 303.26 March Earnings
£ 456.09 April Earnings
£ 759.35 TOTAL


What Offers Did i bet on?


I was able to earn this income using different offers and various methods such as Accas, Horse Refunds, Free Spins and Miscellaneous Sports Offers.

Below is a brief breakdown of the offers I did and methods I used:

Cheltenham Festival

Cheltenham Festival is one of the most popular horse racing events, and this year it ran from 14th March to 17th March. You may or may not know, Cheltenham Festival is one of the most profitable sporting events, especially for Matched Betttors. ​

There were a combination of Horse Refunds and Extra Place offers available, and definitely a lot of earning potential.

Although I wasn't able to commit to the full 4 days of the festival, I was still able to earn £200+, which is double the income I earned during the festival last year. ​

Day 1: - 3.31

Day 2: +87.33

Day 3: +44.25

Day 4: +100.24

​Total: +228.51

(Note: On Day 1 my earnings were minus because I was placing mostly qualifying bets, and I didn't receive the free bets until the next day, which you can tell by the earnings on Day 2. I was working on Day 3, so wasn't able to make as much as I would have liked, but I made up for it on Day 4.)

Grand National

The Grand National is another popular horse racing event. It may not be as popular as Cheltenham, but for Matched Bettors it's another great way to earn some good risk free income. 

During the Grand National, Bet365 were doing a really good risk free offer which had the earning potential of £80.

I had a lot of my money tied up with bookmakers at the time so wasn't able to take full advantage of the offer.

However, I was still able to earn £33.48 profit.

In addition to this, many bookmakers were doing Extra Place offers on The Grand National race.

Thanks to the Profit Accumulator Each Way calculator, along with their Match Catcher, I was able to place my each way bets much faster than I did before the tools were available. So it' definitely helped me feel more comfortable with extra place offers. 

I bet on a number of horses, but unfortunately none of my horses hit the 5th or 6th extra place. However, I was able to keep my qualifying loses to a minimum.

As I'm still getting used to each way bets and extra place offers, I only do them when there are big races/events such as this, and when lots of bookmakers are offering extra places. 

Acca Insurance Offers

Over the last few months I've been working on Acca offers quite regularly, and they've been a good source of income for me. Along with horse refund offers, these offers make up a good chunk of my monthly income.

For these offers I like to use the Profit Accumulator Acca Catcher. It makes finding good accas much easier, and I can choose which type of acca I want to do (e.g Lay all, No lay, Lay sequentially, Lay sequentially lock in).

Misc. Sport Offers

There were a number of sports offers available from different bookmakers. Most of the   ones I did were reload offers, but I also did some new sign up offers. 

Even after 1 year there are still new sign up offers popping up from time to time for me to complete. 

Free Spins

There were quite a few offers with free spins available. Overall, I was able to make almost £50 with the free spins over 2 months. Most offers had only  5 - 10 free spins, so overall I'm quite happy with this amount.

Most of the free spin offers were totally risk free, so they're always worth a shot.

A few were tied to football offers such as "Bet £10 on Man U v Arsenal, get free spins for every goal scored"

Overall, it all adds up!

Matched Betting Isn't Just Limited To Big Sporting Events

Big sporting events can be a good way to increase your earnings, but the great thing with Matched Betting is there's always the opportunity to earn an income month after month. 

Due to sporting events, some months may have more offers than others, but there's always an earning opportunity. 


My Goals for the next few months


I'm very happy with my profits these last 2 months, and I look forward to continuously earning a monthly income. 

However, there are still things I want to learn and improve on over the next few months to maximise my earning potential

    • Lately I've been noticing a lot of Rugby, Tennis and Golf offers on Profit Accumulator, so over the next few months I would like to start venturing into these offers and allowing myself to benefit from even more offers.
    • I'll need to make sure my bookmaker accounts are in good health first, and I should aim to start "mug betting" those sports soon too.
    • I've heard a lot about Oddsmonkey and their EachWay Matcher, and it's something I would be interested in, in the near future
    • I've had a chance to use it for some time, and have made a few profits here and there, but over time I would like to incorporate this tool into my Matched Betting, alongside Profit Accumulator
    • In order to use it you would need to be a premium member of OddsMonkey (£15/month), but I'm sure the profits earned from the Each Way Matcher tool every month will more than over it.
    • However, I'm hoping in the mean time that Profit Accumulator will introduce an Each Way Tool instead.

Final words


​There you have it, my profit update for March and April 2017. I hope this update has given you some more insight into the earning potential with Matched Betting.

I know there will be others out there earning a lot more than me, but I try not to compare myself to others.

Remember, Matched Betting isn't a race. If you're new to it all, it's best to take your time, learn the skills and build your balance. 

Everyone is in a different situation, and not everyone will have the same income goals. I started with a low balance, and over time I've built my balance up to allow me to earn up to £300-600 a month.

Over a year ago I never would have thought I'd be able to make £300-600 a month online...especially with Matched Betting. But thanks for Profit Accumulator, this is all possible.

If you'd like to earn an extra income online, then I'd encourage you to give Matched Betting a go with Profit Accumulator. 

I believe it's the best platform for beginners, and I don't think I'd be where I am without them. 

Take a look at my Profit Accumulator Review if you'd like to find out more

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Are you already Matched Betting? If so, how did you do in March and April?

What was your biggest earner? Cheltenham; Accas; Horse Refunds; Casinos...?

Are you still unsure about Matched Betting? Feel free to ask any questions in the comments section below. 


I'm taking part in the Money Making Madness Linky hosted by Charlotte Burns from Lotty Earns, Emma Bradley from Mum's Savvy Savings, Emma Drew from EmmaDrew.Info and Lynn from Mrs Mummy Penny.

About the Author Steph

I'm Steph and I created this blog to share my experiences of Matched Betting. My goal is to also share the methods and tools I use to earn a monthly income online with Matched Betting. I was a total skeptic before I started, but now I've been transformed. So now I want to help others understand what Matched Betting is really about, and why it's a GREAT option for anyone interested in earning an income online from home.

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