Matched Betting Question Funds needed to try Matched Betting

Iain

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Hi all,

Myself and my partner have had a tough time to say the least during lockdown and, like everyone else, we are looking at ways to up our income.

I have previously looked at matched betting but never took the plunge. It is something that I am considering again, but just wondered, realistically what funds are needed to get going? I have read of people starting with £40-£50 whereas others are saying you need a few hundred. I'm assuming that the more that you have then the quicker you can get going but is it worth it if you just have a little to get started?

Looking for ways to raise funds to start this - so far we are on Prolific and Qmee - keen for some other ways to raise some quick funds so we can start MB properly.

Thanks in advance for any pointers/advice
 

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@Iain

£50-£60 should be enough to get going - that would soon turn into a few hundred and then you will be off to the races

in terms of other ways to earn take a Look at the blog post links to the side (or bottom if you are on mobile) and as they cover a few thousand pounds worth of additional income you can do
 

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You can get a free £5 bet for just signing up and depositing £10. You can read my thread here on Paddy Power.

You can withdraw the £10 after you deposit it or you can use the £10 to get the £5 free bet and use a new customer offer.
 

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