Thursday 23rd August
It's the second day of the Ebor festival at York today and the bookmakers are offering a few juicy promotions that you can quickly complete on your lunch! I've ranked them in order of priority to save you time too. Firstly you should definitely do the Betway offer as it's a guaranteed £7. Secondly there's the Skybet offer that's repeated from yesterday, however has a much larger chance of landing today so definitely give that a go! Then there's an easy couple of quid from both Sportingbet and Paddypower that are guaranteed profit!
If you still have some time left, Bwin and Skybet are still running freebies which you could potentially win a decent amount from, risk free!
2 Clear is on every race at York, and because it's televised you will receive 1 extra boost for each of the first 4 races. That means you have 5 boosts to use today! Remember your first boost will always use the "normal daily" boost, and so use that on one of the last races if possible, and then use the next boost on race #1.
If you haven't signed up to Oddsmonkey yet then we've provided a link where you can get a 7 day trial for just £1. There are so many advantages to using Oddsmonkey, and if you're looking to make constant profit each month then a membership is a necessity. You can visit the trial here.
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Check out today's pick below.
And for those with a larger bankroll....
William Hill have 2Clear on one meeting today: York. The boost has been reduced to £40 from £200 now, however you can stack bets. What we mean by this is that if you were normally going to bet £100 on a horse, you can now bet £40 with the boost and another £60 without as two separate bets, and these will both count for 2 Clear on the horse.
You will have one boost to use today and so can attempt one of these races risk free. You can also set up Oddsmonkey's Oddsmatcher for alerts on close matches.
Please note: Today is ITV racing so you will have 4 extra boosts, 1 for each of the first 4 races at York.