If you haven’t played the bet365 risk free inplay bet offer before the premise is simple.
All you have to do is place a pre-match bet on the Man Utd v Liverpool match and you will get a bet365 risk free inplay bet to the same value up to £50 to be used once the match has kicked off.
Different people will approach this in different ways with some people taking a risk on a big score and others trying to eek some guaranteed profit.
How you play the Man Utd v Liverpool bet365 risk free inplay bet is up to you but it is important that you minimise the risk involved.
On this occasion we are looking to take a little risk and then use the free bet to try and get a decent return. Read on to find out how.
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How to play the bet365 risk free inplay bet offer.
The first thing you need to take advantage of the bet365 risk free inplay bet offer is a bet365 account so if you haven’t got one, and there really is no excuse not to get one, click on the link and open one now.
You will benefit from a matched deposit up to £200 which is the best account opening offer out there. To make the most of this offer you will need to deposit at least £100 and you will need to play with it but it is risk free.
Place a pre-match bet of £50 on +0.5 match goals at a price of 1.071. So long as there is a goal in the game your bet will return £53.55 meaning a profit of £3.55. But you also get the £50 bet365 Risk Free Inplay Bet to play with.
Once the game has started you can take your pick on any number of bets. You can go wild and place a first goalscorer bet at large odds.
I like to look for something between the 2/1 and 3/1 marks meaning the bet should come in once in every 2/3 times. Of course it’s risk free so is £100 to £150 pure profit so long as there is a goal.
Bear in mind that there are other means to negate loss with the Man Utd v Liverpool bet365 risk free inplay bet offer but many contravene the t&c re:’guaranteeing profit’.
Good luck everyone.
Prices are correct at time of writing although they may be subject to change.