In this Oddsmonkey review, I will take a look at how useful Oddsmonkey is to a matched better. Ask if it’s worth the money, and compare it to its competition.
Oddsmonkey has always been a big name in the matched betting community. It is almost 10 years old I have been using it since the day it first turned on.
Originally it was just an online oddsmatcher which was used to find close matches to make the most out the free bonuses.
Well, since then the oddsmatcher is still going strong, but Oddsmonkey has grown into a fully inclusive matched betting one-stop-shop.
For the price of £15 a month, you get access to:
- 47 guides of different training.
- Tutorials for 127 different sign-up offers.
- A daily updated calendar of reload offers.
- The Oddsmatcher.
- A collection of proprietary calculators.
- A buzzing forum with over 250,000 posts.
The Website Layout
Gif courtesy of The Arbing Blog.
As you can see from the above image, the website is set out in a very easy to understand and use way.
It takes quite a while to click through and find out where everything is, but it is worth the time.
I have been matched betting for 10 years and I’ve had an account at Oddsmonkey for about 9. But they keep adding features so when I was looking around for this Oddsmonkey review I was surprised to find a few tips I didn’t know.
How Are the Specific Offer Tutorials?
Oddsmonkey has detailed, multi-thousand-word guides on how to do five different offers.
Then for the other 122 offers, it keeps it short and succinct. With the main points highlighted.
The screenshot below contains all the steps to complete the Ladbrokes sign-up bonus. It is pretty typical.
My Favourite Features
But my favourite feature is the daily offers calendar.
I have had to cut that screenshot short, because there was literally hundreds of offers for that one day!
One of the hardest part of matched betting, is finding offers to do after you have accounts at all of the bookies. Well, Oddsmonkey has the answer. Dozens of daily reload offers you can burn your way through.
What About The Competition?
If Oddsmonkey was the only option on the market, I would say that it is no brainer. But no Oddsmonkey review would be complete without a look at the competition.
I have accounts at all of the big matched betting subscriptions services. Oddsmonkey, Profit Squad, Matched Bets and Profit Accumulator.
And I can say that Oddsmonkey is my favourite. It has the most features and the biggest community. But to be honest they are all very good, and apart from Profit Accumulator, which is a bit more expensive, they are all the same price.
All the matched betting one-stop-shops copy each other. So when comparing it is often down to personal taste.
Summary Of My Oddsmonkey Review
I would rate Oddsmonkey 5 out of 5. I would even go as far as saying that it is a necessary subscription for any matched better.
For the amount it costs (£15 a month), you get an awful lot for your money.
Still not convinced? Well, Oddsmonkey has a 30-day no questions asked moneyback guarantee. If you don’t like it you can always get your money back.