What Financial Meltdown?

Posted on March 16, 2012 by  

With the current financial rollercoaster that is hitting the world’s economies you would have thought that the last thing that we would be looking at here at bet72.com would be some financial market trading.

Good News: This one has been extended until 31st March!

Well think again. How would fancy playing the Financial markets and collecting a free bet at the same time?

Yes you can thanks to a brilliant offer from, well 2 bookmakers, sister sites, Partybets and Gamebookers

Simply stake upto €15 on your first financial trading session and win or lose they will refund your stake up to €15, as a free bonus to be used either in the financial area again or in their brilliant sportsbook area.

So you really cannot lose on this.

We just tested this making 3 x €5 trades on very low odds, actually made £3 in the process.

Here’s how we played it out……..

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Next we are off to Gamebookers to do the same, lovely!

Update….

Here we are, confirmation that €15 = £12.89 on a GBP account and also no problems getting the bonus via both sites and both credited with 24 hours of playing, marvelous!

Fig 1 – Bonus Credited to Partybets Ready to Be Unlocked

Fig 2 – Bonus Unlocked at Partybets

Fig 3 – Same again at Gamebookers

So if you already have an account then dive in, as this offer is open to everyone old and new.

If not then you can collect a free €20 sign up bonus too, via our exclusive links below.

And of course we have done all the hard work for you, thanks to Oddsmatcher and Partybets

Here is your invitation to the party. Just click!



and for Gamebookers……..

Here’s some Oddsmatcher selections for you



Terms and conditions (the same on both sites)

* This promotion is only valid for new players on Financial betting and runs until 31st March 2012.
* To qualify for this promotion players must place a bet on any financial market.
* Only bets made during the first day of trying Financial betting qualify for this promotion.
* An active day is between 00:01 CET and 22:00 CET between Monday to Friday.
* Stake will be matched in the form of a bonus.
1. Total daily stake of €5 – €9.99 will get a €5 Bonus
2. Total daily stake of €10 – €14.99 will get a €10 Bonus
3. Total daily stake of €15 and above will get a €15 Bonus
* The bonus will be placed in your account 48 to 72 hours after your first day activity.
* Players have 10 days to claim their bonus
* The bonus must be wagered five times at odds of 2.00 or above on our sportsbook before a player can withdraw it.
* Bonus will have a 30 day expiry period.
* The bonus may be wagered on our sportsbook or on Financial betting and is limited to one per player per individual promotion.

Comments

6 Comments on "What Financial Meltdown?"

  1. Aidan on Wed, 23rd Nov 2011 4:58 pm 

    Hello, good job I love the site, watched you video and seen it said that you need to wager this out 5 times at odds of 2.0 and above? You made it sounds like that was very easy? Can you please explain how you use the bonus to make money as I’m guessing by the times you’ve wagered it 5 times at those odds you will have lost it, thanks

  2. Darren Hall on Wed, 23rd Nov 2011 5:01 pm 

    Thanks for your comments and glad you like the site. Just backed / laid (slightly underlaid actually in case it won) the bonus money on the football, picked a loser first time so all the profit was over into my Betfair account in one hit!

  3. Aidan on Thu, 24th Nov 2011 10:49 am 

    Hi Darren thanks a lot for the reply, sorry to be a nuisance. I understand that you are betting for one team to win, and then on betfair betting for that outcome not to happen, but can you give me examples on what teams to use? As I dont see how that works, what would of happened if you won on partybets.. Wouldn’t that mean you lost actual money on betfair and then you still have to wager 15 euros another 4 times, so if you actually won 5 times on partybets you would of lost more money on betfair? Thanks

  4. Aidan on Thu, 24th Nov 2011 11:24 am 

    Just been on betfair, the odds for FC Nurnberg to win Kaiserslautern (bundesliga) is 2.04. If I put £15 on them thats a return of £30.60
    If I lay a backers stake of 6.95 on FC Nurnberg at odd’s of 2.16 (not really sure how they work out your liability on betfair) then I will win £15.01 (covering the costs of my original bet) or I’d be liable to lose £8.06. So I either win 30.60-8.06=£22.52
    or 15.01-15=0.01?
    Doesn’t that mean even without any promotions you can make a guaranteed profit every time?

  5. Darren Hall on Thu, 24th Nov 2011 12:44 pm 

    Just goto the Oddsmatcher tab at the top of the page, it even finds the matches for you! Usually with a bonus like this (multiple x wagering) I would underlay the bet a little (say knock a couple of quid of the lay amount so that if the bet won at the bookies the whole value of the bonus is retained so I can wager again. This keeps the bonus intact and pays for my time in finding and placing the bet. If the bet lost, then I am all done and dusted without the need to bet again for the cost of a couple of quid (which was free anyway) then move onto the next deal!

  6. Darren Hall on Thu, 24th Nov 2011 12:52 pm 

    No if the bet lost then you would only get paid out your lay stake = £6.95 (less commission). Still a profit if the stake money is free but you should be looking to lay a bit more if the idea is to equalise the profit. If you think Nurnberg will win of course then this is fine but you would have to carry on wagering before you could withdraw if they did. For that reason some people prefer to pick likely losers to get all the bonus profit into the exchange asap.

    Of course this is only PROFIT because the bookmaker has given us the £15 to stake with as a free bet bonus because of the offer. If that was your own money, i.e. without a promotional amount then that would be a loss.

    For all the calculations you can use the online calculator here – http://bet72.com/resources/bet72-calculator/ or sign up to our mailing list and you can download a free spreadsheet version too.

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