Bonus Bagging Review

I came across Bonus Bagging late in 2011, I am usually a bit sceptical about paying for gambling services or systems but as this one only cost £27.00 and offered a 100% refund through Clickbank, I decided to give it a go.

The first thing that struck me about Bonus Bagging is that it is not a gambling system, it is more of a gambling service. I find it is informative and helpful, a reminder service, and basically something that does a lot of donkey work for me- allowing me to use my own time more productively.

Anyway, I’ll try not to bore people rigid with my review, I’ve tried to keep it short and sweet and to the relevant points, so here goes…..

What do I get with Bonus Bagging?


The main feature of the service (in my eyes anyway) is the Bookmakers list. Here you will find hundreds of pounds of free bets you can match up on a betting exchange (Betfair or Betdaq) to guarantee yourself a risk free profit.

To help you with this, you get access to Bonus Bagging‘s free bets calculator to assist you in what amounts of money you need to lay on the exchanges to maximize the return on hedging your free bets.

Most of the online bookmakers listed are household names, although there are one or two obscure ones. I don’t believe that Mike Cruickshank, the creator and owner of the service, would have any online bookmakers listed who’s credibility couldn’t be upheld.

You get a Reload service, where Bonus Bagging alerts you to bookmakers (whom you already have accounts with) offering free bets to existing customers. These are bets that you could miss out on if you don’t regularly check your bookmakers accounts or twitter, etc. Bonus Bagging’s reload service ensures this doesn’t happen as it acts as a reminder service for you.

You get information where to find free goes in Casinos and also information on how to cash out hundreds of pounds of casino sign up bonuses.

There is an in depth guide how to make money using Refund Offers, such as cash backs when a game ends 0-0, etc. There is a step by step guide showing you how to lock in a profit pre match.

And there is also an Odds Checker service which has software that hunts out arbitrages.

So is it worth the money?

£27.00 isn’t a lot of money when you put it up against other betting systems. But this isn’t a betting system – it’s a service.

By purchasing this service you are actually paying for something that you can do yourself. With this in mind you have to ask yourself why the hell would you buy this service?

You can hunt around for all these free bet offers, you can keep checking back through all your online bookmaker’s accounts every day for reload offers, you can sift through all the casinos for their offers and you can check through hundreds and thousands of markets every day for arbitrages.

To do all this, you are going to need to have a hell of a lot of spare time. If you have all this spare time, then fine, buying this service probably isn’t for you.

Personally, I haven’t got all this spare time, so from my point of view this service is a bargain at £27.00.

What you are paying for, is for someone to do all these things for you. You are effectively buying back your own time and purchasing the expertise in how to do it properly. £27.00 isn’t a massive amount of money for that and the best part is you should be able to get your money back with one transaction, I did.  
For me, Bonus Bagging paid for itself by alerting me to a reload £50.00 free bet offer from Bet365, whom I already had an account with (at the time). I got an email from the Bonus Bagging service a couple of days prior to the offer, me being the person I am didn’t check my emails until the morning of the offer, but it still gave me time (and explained how) to cash in the £50.00 free bet and earn (not win) myself a risk free £32.00.

As the ‘£50.00 free bet reload offer from Bet365’ example shows, it worked for me as a reminder service – and by the way, the Bet365 £50 Free Bet offer is a regular one, I’ve done 4 or 5 of these bets over the last 3 to 4 months with nice profits.

In Conclusion

I’m not going to say whether to buy this service, or not, that’s up to the individual. All I am doing is giving you the benefit of my experiences of using the service. As I pointed out above, you can do all this yourself with a bit of know how and a lot of spare time.

My own experience is that I haven’t got all that spare time, so the fact that Bonus Bagging effectively does all my work homework for me is the most valuable aspect of the service.

It has also helped me with the Casino offers – something I am no expert in, and it has served as a reminder service to me with regard to bookmaker reload offers, from that perspective it paid for itself with that one e-mail (Bet365, £50.00 reload offer) I referred to above.

And it is for those reasons that I wouldn’t be without this service. For more information or to purchase Bonus Bagging, please click here…….

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