I recommend when you take up a weekly offer with a bookmaker, simply place a couple of mugs bets at the same time.
Mug Bets include:
Bigger first deposits
One of the best ways to disguise yourself from looking like a matched bettor is to deposit more than the trigger bet amount. E.g. for a "bet £10 get £30" account, you might deposit £30 instead of just £10. Mug depositing as it's called, is becoming increasingly important - for a full guide on this see here.
Bet on the Premier League - mostly on the favourites
Look for any Premier League matches that have 1.7 or lower back odds.
Bet on football accumulators (accas)
Place a 25p - £1 football accumulator on 3-4 matches. Given the small size of the bet, there is no need to lay off the bet. Over the long term these will only cost 5p - 20p given accas have an average payout of 80%.
Bet on major sporting events
Euro 2016, British Open Golf, Wimbledon, these are major sporting events that mugs will bet on so if you spot these in the betFinder, you can include these as mug bets.
Bets will vary in size
When placing these mug bets, place them between £5 to £20.
We all know that playing casino without any offers is a real mugs game. So this is obviously perfect! You don't need to wager loads, but say you make £15 from a reload offer it would be very helpful to sometimes wager until you lose £10 of that (or win loads from it!).