As a matched better, I was recently asked to review and give it a try. Here’s how I got on. Review

I’ve been matched betting for around 6 months now, I feel like I’ve pretty much got my head around it all and have made a decent amount of money doing it. I’d not heard of MatchedBets before so was happy to give their website a try and see if its one I’d prefer to use in future.


First Impressions

My first thoughts of this site were really good. It was very clear and easy to use. I think this is important when it comes to matched betting. The whole concept of it can be quite tricky to get your head around so you want the tools you use to be as straight forward as possible.


Straight away I could see there were lots of offers available for new customers. This is perfect when just starting out, there is over £1000 worth of guaranteed profit to be made from these start up offers. Just what you want if you’re looking for a new profitable side hustle.


There are also lots of reload offers available. If you haven’t tried matched betting yet, you might be wondering what these are! These are the offers for existing customers and  it means you can continue matched betting long term and still make a good amount of money from it.

A great feature on MatchedBets is the offer calendar. I think this is really useful as you can see what offers will be available each day. This is perfect if you are fitting in matched betting around kids or your full time job. You can check when the offers you want to do will be available and log in on those days rather than have to check every day.


This site offers lots of other helpful tools which will make your matched betting journey a lot easier.

The odds matcher is very clear and easy to use. You can easily see what matches are on and the odds of each event. The filter is really useful as you can narrow down your search by event, bookmaker, exchange and lots more. It saves time when looking for what bet you will place. These odds are updated in real time too which saves time having to check for any changes.

MatchedBets has a good forum which you will have access to. I think these are great. Its always good to know there are other people in the same situation as you and going through the same list of offers as you. If there is anything that confuses you (and believe me there will be, especially when you first start out), you can find answers to your questions on any of the offers and so much more. It’s great to have support from other members right there at your fingertips.

I am still learning about accumulator bets. I haven’t put any bets on these yet as I just need to do a bit more research in to them. I feel like I will make a mistake and lose out. Looking on the website, they have a good acca tool (acca backers) which will be really useful when I finally build up the courage to give them a go.

And finally…the cost

If you’ve got this far, you are probably ready to give it a try and start earning lots of money. After lots of research on matched betting, in the end I just went for it and learnt as I went along. Sometimes its the best way!

MatchedBets offers a FREE trial and you can make up to £50 from the trial offers available! That’s free money so you’ve got nothing to lose. You will also get a taste for it and see if you will like doing it long term.

If you decide matched betting is for you, MatchedBets offer two different packages;

  • Premium Pay Monthly – £14 a month
  • Premium Pay Annually – £99 for the year (a saving of £69 so the better option if you think you will keep it up long term)


This is cheaper than other sites offering similar tools. I would highly recommend either of these packages to start your matched betting journey.

So what do you think, if you give it a try, let me know. I’d love to hear how you get on with your first few bets.

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