Betting £500 in 30 Days Guarantee - Mike Cruickshank

Published on April 21st, 2012 | by Tom Wake


Review: The £500 in 30 Days Guarantee – Mike Cruickshank

£500 in 30 Days Guarantee - Mike CruickshankJust a few weeks after I reviewed Mike Cruickshank’s excellent Bonus Bagging Agora Lifestyles have white labelled it! Bonus Bagging has been given a new name… ‘The £500 in 30 Days Guarantee’. Could prove tricky to fit on a business card.

I have to say, hats off to them. This is a really fantastic product – you can see my review of it here.

Hopefully it will bring Bonus Bagging to a wider audience which can only be a good thing. This is an example of smart marketing – taking a great product giving it a fresh promotion. It’s a good lesson for any budding online entrepreneurs, internet marketers or copywriters.

So what’s the difference between ‘The £500 in 30 Days Guarantee’ and ‘Bonus Bagging’? There isn’t one (which is a good thing), it’s the same product and Agora Lifestyles are just taking the payment on it. If you’ve dealt with Agora Lifestyles you’ll know that they honour their refunds, so if you do choose to buy it through them your trial period is safe.

You still buy this product on ClickBank here if you’re more comfortable dealing with their payment system. As I said it’s exactly the same product and of course you’re covered by ClickBank’s ironclad guarantee. It’s also a tad cheaper because depending on which country you select in the checkout section you won’t be liable for VAT, which saves 20%. Obviously I only endorse doing this if you’re genuinely ordering from abroad!

Can you really make ‘£500 in 30 days’… guaranteed?

To be honest it always makes me wince a bit when marketers use the ‘guaranteed money’ slogan. However there’s a whisper of truth in this. Mike Cruickshank’s Bonus Bagging system is a form of arbitrage with a clever twist and so in that sense yes, you can make guaranteed money from this. He shows you how to take advantage of the vast array of online bookmaker bonuses on offer. I’m sure you will have come across them before: Betfair offering £25 for your first bet, William Hill offering the same.

Mike has figured out the best way to place secure bets which release that money risk-free. Now whether you can say that you will absolutely, unequivocally make £500 in 30 days ‘guaranteed’ is another matter as everyone will have different time schedules. I made just over £400 in my first month as I mentioned in my review, others might make more, or less. As I said it depends how much time you’ve got to dedicate to it.

To sum up, I highly, highly rate Mike Cruickshank’s Bonus Bagging (or ‘The £500 in 30 Days Guarantee’ as it’s called here). His customer service is second to none and I think you would struggle not to make money using his brilliant system. You can pick up a trial copy here:

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22 Responses to Review: The £500 in 30 Days Guarantee – Mike Cruickshank

  1. Emily says:

    OMG I thought I was getting a bit of deja vu! Thanks Tom!

  2. BERNARD says:

    Every good comment that I have read about Bonus Bagging is correct.Mike’s support service is second to none-fast and comprehensive everything you need to bet safely and very profitably.As someone with little gambling experience I cannot praise the service highly enough.

  3. Brian says:

    Tom you forgot to mention that you do not get any free bets, if you already have an account with a bookmaker – canbe quite restrictive.

    • Tom Wake says:

      Hi Brian, thanks for the comment. Actually even if you’ve got accounts with 2 or 3 bookmakers this is still well worth doing (and I’m not counting Betfair in that). Mike accounts for this when you first start out. I do mention this in my Bonus Bagging review (this is the same product) which I point to above but it’s worth raising the point again.

  4. Lee says:

    Like every system I read about and feel like trying I googled around this first (avoiding all the agora linked ones to avoid any bias) and couldn’t find a single negative post, so I tried it. Started on 15th May and I’m up just over £100 so far (covering the £29 cost). It would be more if I did it every day, I do it about every 3. It works. Its a no risk system to make money from the free bets available. The couple of emails I have sent to Mike were responded to within 12 hours. You won’t get rich, but £100 a week is achievable if you spend about 10 mins a day. Mike sends you an email when you request it online showing you exactly what bet to place and how much. I don’t think I’ll hit the target £500 in 30 days but I certainly wont be asking for my money back. I’ve made money and I can see how I’ll continue to make it for quite a while yet.

  5. john says:

    well went for this one the only problem with this one is you need to know about horse racing which i dont so no good for me

    • Tom Wake says:

      Hi John,

      I think you might be thinking of a different system or service. Mike sends you through the link and the exact event to bet on (at what stake etc) so you don’t actually need to know a jot about any of the sports themselves. I’ve never actually had a horse racing one come through, it’s usually been football matches. My missus hates sports and been successfully doing this for 3 weeks now.

  6. vlad says:

    i’ve signed up as well but I’m yet to make any meaningful money…i don’t think this is all it’s cracked up to be, you won’t be making more than £20 every so often from a bonus

  7. Dan says:

    What about this £75 deposit for a betfair account??? That wasnt mentioned in the beginning… A bit sneaky really.

    • Tom Wake says:

      Hi Dan, that’s just how it works. You have to cover bets in Betfair – but that deposit is not at risk if you follow the rules. It’s crucial to the success of the system! You will have to place deposits in a number of the bookmakers to qualify for the free bets – the whole point is Mike shows you how to do that and then claim all the money back plus the free bonus money back. You should easily be able to cover that money in bagged bonuses in your first week.

  8. Dan says:

    Ok, I understand… Although, just tried my first bet, and was very confused… I’ve never done any horse race betting before or gambling at all for that matter. It was quite difficult to determine which boxes to enter the amounts in in the betfair part where you Lay bets.. Not sure if it worked or not…. A bit confused at the moment to say the least. Out of my depth and feeling vulnerable.

    • Tom Wake says:

      Hi Dan, please don’t panic. If you’re unsure about anything at all don’t bet and email Mike. He’s a great guy, very patient and he’ll answer any question and put your mind at rest.

  9. Dan says:

    OK, feel silly now. Its working out ok now… Got my head around it… its just the first couple that go through, theres a falling sensation before you get the first couple of bags to see that ur at least making ur money back. I have already covered the cost of everything so far and am a little in profit, so panic over. Didnt mean to sound like a little girl there hehe. The thing is Im back from abroad after 12 years traveling and working and am now working a waiter job with very bad pay…. The little money I have seems like a huge amount right now and is scary to loose when you have rent to pay etc… Just want to say thanks for your support Tom 😉

    • Tom Wake says:

      Hi Dan, it’s totally understandable and normal, especially if it’s your first time placing a bet! Really glad to hear it’s working for you now. After the first couple of bets it gets routine. That said I always re-read Mike’s email two or three times to make sure I know exactly what I’m doing and if there’s any doubt just drop him a quick line – he can always set up a new bet. Better safe than sorry! 12 years traveling? Amazing.

  10. Dirty Donkey says:

    Hats off to Mike.
    I’ve never placed a bet before and still £250 up in less than a month. Mike has the patience of a saint, and answers indevidual E-mails with advice and answers as quickly as possible.
    (I visualise his head hitting the keyboard when he sees my name in the inbox, again!)
    Bit scary at first for non betters but as said above READ THE EMAIL a few times! I’ve made a few minor errors, but actually saved them through limited knowledge gained. Totally risk free. Top Man!

  11. Badger says:

    Hey, hey!

    Right, I’m seriously considering taking this plunge…
    Got to totally agree with Dan on this one. First I’ve heard of having to pay in money before you can use the casino’s/betsites and why am I learning about this here and not from the horse’s mouth? I don’t have £75 to put forward anywhere! I would expect to make that back first after paying £27 I don’t have!!
    Totally fair enough if that’s just how these things work, but this should be stated first. VERY important information and I’m glad I stumbled across this first. Thank you Dan!!!

    • Kat says:

      Hi Badger, to be fair on Mike you will make the initial £75 needed upfront back in a couple of days. Also you can’t expect the bookmakers to give you the free bets without having some money in the pot first. I’ve made money with this product and would definately recommend it.

      • Ralph says:

        Hi, i understand about having to put a deposit with the bookmakers. What im trying to find out is how much i need to start making money from arbitrage. As if i need to open up with a lot of book makers at the same time, this will amount to quite a lot of money.The amounts i have been told vary greatly. If anyone could tell me the truth about what kind of starting capital im looking at, i would be very gratefull, Thanks

        • Stan says:

          Hi Ralph.
          I’ve used the system for a couple of weeks now. First, you will need to open Betfair account and deposit £75. Then, you can request up to 3 new bets (1 bet with each new bookmaker) per day through the member area. This will be up to you, you just need to ensure you have enough money in your Betfair account to cover any liability in case the bet loses.
          The system works in a way that each new bet is with a new bookmaker. So that means you will need to register and deposit money. Mike’s email will tell you every time which bookmaker to register with and what bet to place (how much to deposit). It could be anything from £5 to £50 and up. On these bookmakers websites you will be backing the bets. On Betfair you will be laying the bets. With these qualifying bets you normally lose a pound or so, but you gain a free bet (you request it from the member website after the qualifying bet has been settled with the bookmaker and you get an email from Mike with full instructions) which makes you money regardless of the outcome. This is normally around £15/30+ depending on stake. So, after you deposit £75 with Betfair, you request the 1st bet and you will be asked which bookmaker to open account with and how much to deposit for the qualifying bet. So really, you could start with £75 plus approximately another £60-80 for your first couple of bets with 2/3 new bookmakers depending on the bet amount to be placed. If I were I would put aside £150-200 to start with basically. After placing your qualifying bets you will be given bonus with each bookmaker (one time only) – this is the free bet that makes you some money. You can withdraw from Betfair anytime, and most bookmakers allow withdrawals anytime, just some need a number of bets placed before being able to withdraw. Mike will give you full instructions in every email so don’t worry.

        • Stan says:

          Hi Ralph, just to add – you don’t get any bonuses/free bets if you already have account with the given bookmaker. These bonuses/free bets are only for new customers.

  12. Lizelna says:

    Hi, I would like to find out if I’m aloud to participate in Bonus Bagging I’m living in South Africa. No ware on the sites can I find a disclaimer or sentence that advised only for people living in UK or Ireland.

    Please advise asap


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