Beginner Tips For Starting Casino Offers


4 Jun 2021

Updated: 1 Apr 2023

So you’ve got the gist of how Matched Betting casino offers work, and are ready to start making your first profits? Great!

In this article, we’ve brought together some great tips to help you get started in the best way possible.

  • Stick To The Plan
  • Remember The Big Picture
  • Be Disciplined
  • Use Minimum Stakes
  • Ask Questions

Stick To The Plan

At Outplayed, we can’t emphasize enough how important it is for beginners to work through the list of casino offers in the correct order.

Our experts have spent a lot of time carefully putting the offers into a specific order. You'll start with the lowest risk offers first, giving you the best chance of starting off with a positive upward trend in profits.

So on our Casino Sign-Ups page, all you need to do is start with the offers at the top of the list and gradually work your way down.

As an added benefit, by following this order you’ll have the opportunity to learn how to play casino games with little or no risk. This will prevent you from making any silly mistakes, and prepare you gradually for the more advanced offers. This is why you’ll find the “Warming Up: Risk-Free Offers” at the top of the list.

Useful reading: Are Casino Offers Right For You?

Further reading: Mindset For Casino Offers

Remember The Big Picture, Prepare For Dips

Whilst doing casino offers, you should EXPECT some ‘dips’ in profits along the way. Dips are the period of time where the offers you are doing either don’t make you any profit or even cost you a bit of money.

Dips can be really frustrating and you might feel like you’re never going to get out of it. But, the casino offer strategy works over time. So, if you remember the big picture, stick to our guidance, trust the positive expected value (+EV) and keep going, over time the more offers you complete the more profitable you will be.

No one avoids having a few dips – so get in the mindset now that dips will happen sometimes. It’s completely normal, but they won’t stop you from making a profit over time.

I find it helps when I look at an example like this:

Over the course of 30 offers, I experience a dip, and my casino profit drops from £300 down to £200.

At the time, that could feel a bit disheartening.

But, if during such dips I remember to take a step back and look at the bigger picture, I’ll see that the dip doesn’t actually matter.

By consistently completing +EV offers, the overall trend should always be rising profits, with lots of small dips along the way.

If you're starting to Matched Bet Casino Offers, we recommend that you set a specific starting bankroll aside just for casino offers. Track this separately to your sports offers.

Useful reading: Bankroll for Casino Offers

Useful Resource for Platinum & Diamond Members: Simon's Casino Profit and +EV Tracking Spreadsheet

Be Disciplined

Aside from how quick and profitable casino offers can be, another benefit is that they can be fun.

The element of uncertainty, and potential for big wins, means they can be quite fun and even exhilarating. This is especially the case when you hit a bonus spin.

But, this is what could make them addictive.

Don’t fall into the trap of ‘oh if I just do one more spin I might hit a bonus’.

Likewise, if you make a loss on an offer, don’t ever be tempted to ‘chase the loss’. This is where you keep on a casino game to try and win back your losses. But, most of the time you’ll just end up losing more.

So be disciplined. Don’t use your own money after completing an offer. Stick to the strategy and only ever use casino games when you’re completing an offer.

If you think there’s a possibility you can’t be disciplined, or you ever find yourself chasing a loss, then you should step away and reconsider whether casino offers are suitable for you.

Relevant reading: Responsible Gambling: Support & Advice

Use Minimum Stakes

When completing casino offers, you might be tempted to increase your spin sizes, to try and hit bigger wins.

Whilst bigger spins could mean a bigger profit if an offer goes well, it will also mean bigger losses if it goes badly.

By using big spins, you’ll be taking a high variance approach, which means the potential for bigger, more regular losses.

Bigger spin sizes should only be considered by more advanced casino members, who have built up a bigger bankroll and plenty of experience with +EV casino offers.

You will usually see in the Outplayed guides that we recommend using minimum stakes. That means using the smallest stakes allowed on a slot (usually 10p-25p per spin). When using blackjack or roulette we would recommend opting for a £1 hand/spin size.

By doing this, you’ll minimise the potential losses from casino offers. This will allow you to take a much more steady approach, with consistently rising profits, and less chance of big dips.

Ask Questions, Ask For Support And Advice!

As a Diamond Member, you'll have access to all of the tools and guides that you might need to achieve amazing results.

But, we know that you'll probably have questions along the way.

Our team of experts are on hand to help. So, if you ever have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us via one of the below methods:

Email Us:

Phone Us: 0115 824 3730

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A member of the team will be happy to help!

Also don't forget to watch out for live events in the Facebook Group. Casino Offers are often featured and these events are a fantastic opportunity to ask questions about casino offers.

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If you're a completely new member, then all you need to do is grab your Diamond Level Membership here to start profiting today! Don't forget our Diamond Level Membership also includes ALL the sports signups and reload offers too.