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August 16, 2019 at 10:37 pm #8636pnr8ukMember
Are the ones almost hidden if plain sight and a lot of new Match Bettors totally miss them.
It’s the ultimate free money earner,.
If you refer from Betfair you can earn £100 totally free, no qualifying loss, no calculator required, just free money.
I had 5 referrals to give out when I joined, each of them being worth £20.
Just think when you lay off your match bets you are doing it with money Betfair gave you, the ultimate ‘double bubble!’ Smarkets also offer a referral of £10 each! £10 for you and £10 for your ahem ‘friend’
Now then a word of caution with Smarkets, You are probably aware of the restrictions on opening your bookmaker accounts with Neteller, Skill, PayPal etc., and the need to separate your bookie/exchange money from your current account, you also need to be mindful of opening a Smarkets account with a pre-paid card.
Whilst this is fine for Smarkets to deposit and use for funding the account, it is not for the referals. If you have opened your account with a pre-paid card or any of the usual suspects as above (NetTeller, Skrill… etc.) then you will not get the £10 your referral will though.
Betfair are fine with the pre-paid cards etc., Betfair are also fine with family, partners, household members.
Also don’t forget to check TopCashBack, Quidco when you move onto the Casino offers, often there you will get err Cashback as well as your sign-up offers.August 21, 2019 at 8:16 pm #9173RoxMember
Thanks for this Paul what is better out of Quidco and Topcash in your view?August 21, 2019 at 10:42 pm #9228pnr8ukMember
I have always preferred Quidco for general cash back, but for sign up offers for Bookies and Casinos, Top Cash Back seems to have the better offers.August 25, 2019 at 11:55 pm #9986RoxMember
Thank you pnr. I only seen the response now!
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