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The Sure Bets Tools

Sure bets, also known as arbitrage betting, is the one truly risk-free way to make money in the sportsbooks.

Rather than handicapping and making a bet on one side, sure bets let you see the profitable difference between two sportsbooks. Then, you can place a bet on each side and guarantee yourself a profit.

What is Arbitrage Betting?

Arbitrage betting, commonly known as “arbing,” is a betting strategy where you place bets on all possible outcomes of an event across different sportsbooks to guarantee a profit regardless of the result. This opportunity arises when there are differences in odds offered by various bookmakers. Here’s how it works:

  1. Finding Discrepancies in Odds: The key to arbitrage betting is using our Sure Bets tool to find where different bookmakers offer divergent odds on the same event. These discrepancies mean that you can bet on all outcomes and still come out ahead.
  2. Betting on All Outcomes: You spread your bets across all possible outcomes of an event. For instance, in a tennis match, you would bet on both players to win, but with different bookmakers offering the best odds for each player.
  3. Guaranteed Profit: The idea is that the combined odds ensure a profit. The difference in odds across bookmakers allows you to make money regardless of who wins.

Is Using the Sure Bets Tool Legal?

Using Sure Bets or arbitrage betting is 100% legal. Since you are merely identifying and taking advantage of the different odds across two sportsbooks, there is nothing illegal about arbitrage betting.

However, making a guaranteed profit is not something that the sportsbooks like from their clients. So while not illegal or something you can get in trouble for, you may see your account limited by sports betting sites after successfully arbitraging.

Can a Sportsbooks Refuse to Pay Out an Arbitrage Bet?

Absolutely not. A sportsbook is legally obliged to pay out the winnings of any bet, unless there is a major error that goes against their terms and conditions.

Since arbitrage betting is simply identifying a good opportunity across different betting sites, the sportsbooks can and will pay when you use our Sure Bets tool to find your next bet!

How Much Money Can I Make on Sure Bets?

Sure bets are always profitable, but the difference in the spread and the amount of capital you are working with factor into your profit.

We typically see a difference between 5% and 10% between the sportsbooks. That means if you bet $1000 on each side, you can guarantee yourself a profit of $50 to $100.

However, in some cases we see much larger spreads due to significant odds movement. That means you can make up to 25% of your wager amount, which can be thousands of dollars depending on your bankrool.