What are ‘Pay-As-You-Win’ Bets? Pay-As-You-Win bets are bets that warrant very special consideration. These are horses that are trained for the day… and the day has arrived. These are horses that find themselves well handicapped and primed for a big race. It is time to put the money down.
How Does PAYW work? Once you have signed up for the Pay-As-You-Win service you will then be included in email and text notifications on the days we have bets. Notifications are sent to all active PAYW members on days when we have a qualifying bet with details of the bet including the odds available. The email sent includes a link to confirm you wish to receive the information – all bets are entirely optional. You choose to accept the bet! SIMPLES!
The email sent includes a summary of the betting opportunity (including odds available and why the horse is expected to win). When you click the link and confirm you want the bet you are instantly sent the selection by email. After the race we send an email to all those who requested the bet for you to send the profits based on a £40 stake. For example: If our selection is 5/1 and wins, you would need to send a payment of £200 as payment for the information provided. Obviously for this to happen it means your bet has also won at 5/1 at whatever stake you have placed for your own personal gain.
Accepting a PAYW Bet On accepting a PAYW Bet, there is a fixed fee of £40 per bet, and this is to be placed as a win bet on the selection as payment for the information. Winnings from the bet at the odds available will then need to be made through the PAYW payment page as payment after the horse has won.
Why It Works The PAYW service allows you to receive horse racing information that is normally reserved for owners like me and trainers. These are positions that owners like myself pay tens of thousands of pounds to buy and train race horses, and wait patiently for the day to come. You can get into the same position – with no patience or substantial investment required – for just £9.99 Joining Fee and £40 stake. Considering the strength of the information it is unbelievable value.