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The Grid login Ladbrokes
« on: January 27, 2021, 07:56:50 PM »
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I am sure UK members know what The Grid card is. I am wondering to what extend I could use that card as a side profit to win their free bets, cashbacks and all other benefits. I am asking this because if I calculate correctly then we are talking about a very decent amount of money each month/year. Just wondering if I could use this card with value betting and arbing to maximise profits. Do you think they will block the card if my action is really sharp?
The Grid Card pretty much works like a loyalty card, allowing the owner to accumulate points and rewards each time he places a bet online, or in-shop. Basically you earn points each time you bet in a Ladbrokes shop, or when you play slots or roulette. You get 1 point for every £4 you bet
Also they offer a weekly £5 free bet when betting in-store and this is for every week of the year. That makes a total of £260 free bets per year. If you use them correctly, then we are talking about a profit of £240 per Grid card, per year. In addition, I see people in FB and telegram rooms saying that if you bet more than 2000 per week, Ladbrokes will phone you each week and offer a much bigger free bet. Could someone from this community confirm the above?
On the negative side, you must have opted-in to receive their marketing emails to be eligible for the offer. Anyone used the Grid card massively? Is this system working?
Many thanks, this community is lovely.
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Re: The Grid login Ladbrokes
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2021, 11:53:07 AM »
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If you are betting in shops then i would suspect that use of this card means you lose your 'anonymity' by enabling the bookmaker to collate your bets and allow them to assess whether they want your business (ie are you generally winning or losing).

Without using the card then they cannot tie your bets to a single individual.




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Re: The Grid login Ladbrokes
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2021, 05:45:59 AM »
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This is a clever way from Ladbrokes to collect even more data and profile their offline clients. They need an active email address to offer you the card and this address is confirmed again and again. Yes they give away free bets every week and if you bet more than the average they will give you even more. But have no doubt you are being profiled and when they understand you are not the average Joe, they will stop offering these freebies to you.
I find it silly to bet like this for pizzas and beer in Papa John's. Unless you are thinking about something massive I wouldn't use the Grid for smart betting.
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Re: The Grid login Ladbrokes
« Reply #3 on: February 16, 2021, 11:57:08 AM »
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Thank you both for the excellent answers. I could never figure out they are wiling to lose some money from bonuses and promos just to profile you better. On the other hand, maybe it is more expensive to pay a 3rd party to check me on big data and search for my FB profile. I am always surprised by their inventiveness.
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Re: The Grid login Ladbrokes
« Reply #4 on: March 01, 2021, 07:25:28 PM »
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maybe it is more expensive to pay a 3rd party to check me on big data and search for my FB profile.

Your assumption is correct. Big data and the fusion of information are both very expensive and only a small number of bookmakers are able to pay for the complete range of services. By offering you a card in the shops, they avoid these costs.
Worths reading some more here: https://arbusers.com/portal/psd2-and-open-banking/
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