Matched Betting Cheltenham 2022 - How Much Could You Make?


25 Feb 2022

Updated: 19 Nov 2023

The average amount made per person was £733.86 over the last 3 Cheltenham Festivals

(based on a total of 243 members' reported profits in the Profit Accumulator Community Forum)

The 2022 Cheltenham Festival is just around the corner (Tuesday 15th March 2022).

All our members are currently focusing on preparing for Cheltenham and on pumping up their Matched Betting bankrolls. The bigger bankroll you have, the more offers you can do on each day and the more profit you can make.

Even if you're new to Matched Betting Cheltenham, or have a smaller bankroll, you can still make a very decent profit for relatively little effort over the 4 days of the festival.

How do we know this?

From all the profits our newer members reported in our free Matched Betting Support Group on Facebook during last year's festival.

Here's a quick selection of how they did:

This is true even if you're working full time!

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How Much Profit Could You Make Matched Betting Cheltenham This Year?

A member’s earnings over the 2022 Cheltenham Festival will depend on a number of key factors including (among other things):

  • Size of bankroll available;
  • Level of experience and knowledge;
  • Time spare to do Matched Betting;
  • How generous the bookies are feeling!

We can get an extremely good gauge of what will be possible this year based on members' reported profits in the community Forum from previous years.

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Matched Betting Cheltenham – Past Years' Profit Records


Average amount made per person (based on 99 responses) was £703.08

Our newer members made around £200 - £400 profit during the festival.

Members with more time and a larger bankroll, recorded some exceptional 4-figure profits!


Average amount made per person (based on 50 responses) was £748.51.

Members with limited time and/or experience and/or available bankroll tended to hit profits anywhere between £265 to £500 over the 4 day festival.

While members with much more time and/or experience and/or available bankroll hit profits over £1,000 and some even over £2,000. (Extra Places and Dutching often having a part to play in this.)

2019 wasn’t much different from this as well...


Average amount made per person (based on 94 responses) was £749.98

Again, newer members or those with less time and smaller/medium sized bankrolls usually hit £300-£600 in profit.

Those experienced members hitting the EPs and with hefty bankrolls again hit £1K or more...

How Much Can You Make If You're Working Full-Time During Cheltenham?

As our member Sam stated during last year's Cheltenham Festival - it's very possible to make decent profits even if you're working full-time.

You can read Sam's full post here for more inspiration - but our key tips would be keeping organized, jumping on every opportunity you can and not comparing yourself to others! You won't be able to make as much as those who aren't working at the same time as the races are on - but you can still give yourself a really top boost to your income for relatively little effort.

Want to know more about Matched Betting Cheltenham?

Why not ask our members yourself?

Our Facebook Group, which currently has nearly 40,000 members is a great place to get answers and ask for help, especially if you are completely new to Matched Betting.

Interested in Getting Started Matched Betting?

You can start learning for free with our free trial and make your first profits.

Alternatively, upgrade to our Platinum Membership here.
You can easily make the cost of your membership back within an hour or so once you get the hang of things. Talk about value for money!

We're legally required to state that there is no guarantee of specific results. The amount of money that you earn can vary dependant on various factors.