Matched Betting For A Living

Matched Betting For A Living

Is It Possible To Make A Living From Matched Betting?

The holy grail for the – so called – easy live is to work from home, and matched betting does give us an option to work from home. But can it earn us enough money to make a living from?

I believe that you can, but it depends on how much work you put in, the size of your family, how much money you need to live off every month.

The general rule of thumb when it comes to matched betting is that you can make around £500.00 a month. This is tax free income as well, so bear that in mind if you are planning on giving this a try.

£500.00 a month isn’t going to earn too many people a living in this day and age, but it makes a hell of a second income.

Now it is possible to make far more than £500.00 a month from matched betting, but it would involve a decent amount of work. Probably far more than you can do in your spare time.

I believe the true answer to this question to be, it depends. As I stated earlier, it’s down to your outgoings, family size, expenditure, etc, etc.

So for example, if you are single with no dependants, and think you could live off a thousand pounds a month, then I would say it is very possible you could make a living from matched betting.

With a few extra hours a week, you could easily turn £500.00 a month into a grand a month, and if that’s all you need, then bingo.

I wouldn’t quit my job just yet though. I would really go hard at it for a good 6 months to see if you can regularly make £1000.00 a month before I even considered doing it for a living.

If on the other hand you have a wife and two children (like me), and would need something like £20,000 to £25,000 a year to live off, then you would find it hard to make a living from matched betting.

There probably would’t be enough hours in the week to find the time to make that sort of money. Again, I wouldn’t say it’s impossible, but you would have to be very dedicated and be prepared to put in a hell of a lot of hours to achieve this.

Not to mention the aggro you might have trying to persuade your wife/husband/partner that it would be a good idea – I’m not speaking from experience there, honestly!!

Life’s circumstances could dictate whether you could do matched betting for a living. For example. you might have the proverbial wife and two kids. You may also have a few quid in the bank (I know, not likely if you’ve a missus and two kids), and have just been made redundant, and hence have a few more quid coming your way, and a lot of spare time on your hands.

In that eventuality why not give it a go?. You already have rainy day money tucked away in the bank, and you also have your redundancy money to back you up for a few months, and you could be on the look out for a new job while trying it out. If you find you’re making a living from it, then happy days, scrap the job hunting!

It purely depends on your lifestyle and expenditure. Above I’ve tried to post a few diffing examples of how I believe matched betting for a living could work, or might not work. There is no definitive yes or no to this question, it is purely down to the individual and his/her circumstances.


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