Arbitrage Betting Tools



Arbitrage betting is the only way to make constant profits from sports betting. You don't even need to have interest in sports or betting to take advantage of an arbitrage bet and make extra money online. Arbitrage is a trading technique that uses the difference in the price (odds) to make instant profit. It has been used for a long time in financial markets, which can be difficult for non-professionals to access.

What is sports arbitrage betting?

Arbitrage bet in sports betting is an activity where you simultaneously place bets on all possible outcomes of an event at odds that guarantee profit, whatever the result of the event will be. These bets are also known as surebets, miraclebets, surewins or just arbs.

How it works?

Normally, placing bets on all outcomes of an event at single bookie would result in guaranteed loss. However, if you take the best odds from different bookies, it is possible to make guaranteed profit.

Why arbitrage opportunities occur?

There are many different reasons why arbitrage opportunities occur but the most frequent are discrepancies between online bookmakers and bookie's necessity to maintain balanced book. The first reason, discrepancy between bookmakers, happens when bookmakers open the market or start accepting bets for particular sports event. Usually only several leading bookmakers lay or offer odds, while other bookmakers, who do not have the necessary knowledge or resources to carefully follow particular sports event, wait for the leaders to open the market before setting up their own odds. Leading bookmakers often disagree on the chances of the outcome of a particular sports event. Their discrepancy is expressed in betting odds, so when the market opens you will have the opportunity for an arbitrage bet.

The second reason that leads to arbitrage opportunities is bookie's necessity to maintain balanced book (bookmaker's book is a record of accepted bets). By maintaining balanced book bookie makes a safe profit and protects himself against a potential loss. But people don't bet proportionally on all possible outcomes of an event. Furthermore, the bookmaker sometimes accepts extremely large bets on one of the outcomes of an event, thus creating an unbalanced book. In order to restore balanced book the bookie must change the odds. This is achieved by lowering the odds on the outcome that has received more bets and raising the odds on the outcome that has received less bets. Since there is no reason for the rest of the market to change, the bookmaker just created an arbitrage opportunity. So bookmakers necessity to maintain balanced book is another frequent reason why arbitrage opportunities occur.

Do bookmakers (sportsbooks) know about arbitrage?

The sportsbooks create arbitrage opportunities because they need to balance their book. Remember that you can't go to a single sportsbook and bet on all outcomes of an event without losing money. The sportsbooks are only interested in profit they make when they have balanced book. Their profit, so called margin, is amounts wagered minus the winnings and is between 2% and 8% of total stakes. Furthermore, sports arbitrage betting doesn't infringe any bookmakers terms of use and is completely legal method to make money online.

How often opportunities for surebets occur?

You can find hundreds of arbitrage opportunities every day. However, you will have to go through some learning before you will be able to find surebets easily. Most arbs are small profit, around 5%, and there is a couple of big ones every day, over 15%. Even with small profit arbs you will be able to make great extra money.


How much money can I make with sports arbitrage?

Our experience has shown that the range of your monthly profit can be between $10,000 and $15,000. It primarily depends on the amount of time you invest into conducting arbitrage bets and the amount of money you start with. If you want to make $15,000 a month, you will have to turn arbing into a full-time job but you can also do it in your spare time as a part time trader to make decent extra cash. Even with minimal capital you can expect to make something between $15,000 and $30,000 in first year. If you will use more advanced techniques, like arbitrage alert services or arbitrage trading software, you will be able to double this amount.

How much money do I need to start trading?

Although it has been very much speculated about the start capital you need for arbitrage trading, our experience has shown that the bare minimum would be $100, while the upper limit is $10,000. The minimum capital can be doubled or even tripled simply by scalping sportsbook's bonuses. If you have around $10,000 capital you can expect difficulties in using all of the capital efficiently. Check our arbitrage guide to find out what else you need to start arbitrage betting, besides capital and willingness to learn.

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