The spins offer could be a winner though. Bet twenty on home nations games and get fiver worth of spins. Dont know too much about the slot or what the rtp is but if it's anything like as good as their giddy up feature itll be a winner because I've taken 2.50-6 profit every day for 2 weeks (bar one non-runner)I see Ladbrokes have been splashing out again this week with their £1 free bets....think I have had three so far...pushing the boat out.
As far as the Rugby World Cup is concerned I think there might be more offers as the competition progresses. It lasts for six weeks in total!
Is it worth doing it across a couple of bookies?They are VERY easy once you get into the swing of it.
Absolutely, as long as the q/l is lowIs it worth doing it across a couple of bookies?
I did 3 races at one bookie and 1 at another. So for one of the races I have 2 horses (one at each bookie)...I know it's another small qualifying loss but it's 2 chances in the one race
well done on hitting a refund.One out of my 4 of my horses came in 2nd so I'm happy with that! All placed at a fiver so I'll up it next time
No harm in mugging on midweek championship football or somethingI'm getting paranoid about my Bet365 account - the last 4 bets I had there all won on the bookie side...two were mug bets and two were 2UPs. But it looks like I'm on a streak there...should I do another mug bet and just keep my fingers crossed it loses?!
nice one, thanks JonNo harm in mugging on midweek championship football or something
haha - my mind was boggling watching the odds flying all over the place before and duringwell done on hitting a refund.
It is FAR easier to hit them during the flat season than it is with jumps as honestly, at times it can feel like the odds just don't mean anything with how easy it is for the house to fall at a jump!!!
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