As you may know if you have read my Profit Accumulator Review, I have been doing matched betting to try to earn some extra money. I just wanted to write an update to say that I’ve nearly complete the sportsbook signup offers.
What are sportsbook signup offers?
These are offers that the bookmakers have where they give you a free bet after signing up and placing your first bet. You can make money from these by offsetting this first bet and then the free bet by betting on the opposite results at a betting exchange.
Why have I not yet completed them all?
At the time of writing this I have completed 66 of 81 signup offers. For the remaining offers, some of them involve spending more money than I have available, and some of them involve betting on accumulators which I’m not so familiar with yet. So, there is a chance I will complete the remaining offers in the not-too-distant future, but I decided to leave them for the moment.
What’s next for me?
I already progressed onto the Casino Offers, but I haven’t done all of those yet. I will probably write another blog post about Casino Offers soon.
I have also recently started on the Reload Offers, and I will probably write another blog post about that too.
I’m not quite sure how to end this blog post. I have decided to do so by mentioning some totally unrelated facts about bridges.
Some totally unrelated facts about bridges
Although many people regard the Severn Bridge as a bridge that connects England to Wales, the bridge is actually entirely within England. You don’t cross over into Wales until you pass over the River Wye; whereas the Second Severn Crossing (recently renamed the Prince of Wales Bridge) is partly in Wales because it is further downstream after the River Wye has joined the River Severn.
But while we’re on the topic of the Second Severn Crossing, that name was a lie. There’s no way it was the second crossing over the River Severn. The River Severn is the longest river in Britain and has many crossings. It’s not even the second motorway over the River Severn. The first was the M50, which was completed in 1960, 6 years before the “first” Severn Bridge.
You may think I’m being too pedantic and it that doesn’t matter, but it does. Facts matter. If we’re going to call a bridge the second crossing over a river when it’s absolutely not the second crossing over that river, just because it’s the second one that most people paid any attention to, where will all this madness end? Do we call Donald Trump the first American President because he’s the first one that seems to be genuinely insane? If I was to go to the Moon, could I declare myself the first man on the Moon because I was the first one that went there wearing purple socks?
I’m not going to the Moon, though. I just wanted to make that clear. I mean, I may be eccentric but I’m not insane. I’ve been tested.
And they all lived happily ever after.