Euro 2016 is a Gold Mine

Oooooh yeah! Euro 2016 baby!! International football on tap for a solid month. I’ve not been as excited for a Euro’s since I was a kid back at school. I think it’s because now I’m able to watch more games than when I was working a 9 – 5 job, and because I’m matched betting, I know how much potential there is to make a load of extra guaranteed cash. The biggest motivator for me this month, however, is I know how much we as a company are going to help make all of our community more money. That’s the real thing that is getting me.

In three days time, bookies are going to be paying out an extortionate amount of free bets, which we are going to be able to sweep up, all the way until the 10th July. SkyBet, Totesport, Betfred, Unibet, Stan James, Coral, BetStars, are only a fraction of the bookies that have Euro’s bonus offers on. Not only this, we have teamed up with an expert tipster who is going to help all of our Money Pigz take full advantage of all offers involved, meaning we will be able to maximise profit. Of course, all the money we make here at Money Pigz is risk-free. We don’t advocate gambling.

As well as being one of the most exciting sports competitions on this earth, the Euro’s is simply a gold mine for guaranteed cash, and we want to help you take advantage of it! Come and join the club and let’s tackle the Euro’s together

Have an awesome day.


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Wealth Hack: Dream Big, Focus Small

I’ve been setting myself goals for as long as I can remember. In my earlier days, I’d take out a bit of paper, write down what I wanted to achieve and by when, and then set out to get them accomplished. Did I get to where I wanted to get? Sometimes I did, I think, but most of the time, I didn’t. In fact, more often than not, I’d find that piece of paper laying at the bottom of my tray of “things to do” on my desk after having my bi-monthly clear out. Many of the goals just perished away, out of sight, out of mind.

Over the years however, through plenty of trial and error, and reading dozens of articles on productivity, my goal setting techniques have changed vastly, and for the better. As a matter of fact, now, I hardly even think about goals anymore. I focus on the systems and habits that are required to bring that goal to reality. Two people that have really helped me on the road to more efficient output are Tim Ferriss of the best-selling book, The 4-Hour Workweek, and James Clear of jamesclear.com. Their teachings have steered me away from setting big goals far into the future to focusing more on processes and small wins in the present.

Clear talks about how goals can set you in a specific direction, but it’s a well thought out system comprising of many smaller habits that actually get you to your goal.

In his podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show, he delves into the world of successful people, and the topic of productivity comes up on almost every occasion. The thing that seems to be universal among these people is that they focus on smaller, tangible goals rather than big, unspecific goals. Ferriss himself advocates the idea of setting small realistic tasks to attain i.e. small wins.

So, what’s the best way to reach your goal?

After much experimentation, I’m currently using a daily system which is proving to be the most effective for me right now. This may even change a few months down the line, but for now, I’m managing to accomplish the tasks I set for myself, which are ultimately pushing me towards my bigger goals. Of course, this won’t be the best system for everyone, since we’re all different and have varying commitments, but take a look below:

Daily Schedule


Matched Betting – 30 – 45 minutes in the morning, as many Refill Offers that there are to do, and schedule bets to be placed throughout the day.

Daytime – Three Tasks

Task 1 – e.g. write a blog post

Task 2 – e.g. send out email newsletters

Task 3 – e.g. work on building new product features

Rest of the day

If all tasks are completed, work on other personal projects.

I don’t give myself any more than three essential tasks to do in one day. I find that if I do, I usually don’t complete the list, and it demotivates me. Many people put plenty of tasks to do in one day, which I find too overwhelming. Keep it simple and achievable.

The key to accomplishing your goals is to focus more on your systems and habits in the present rather than focusing on the actual goal itself. I do dream a lot, and I want my dreams to become a reality, as I’m sure many people do. But the way to go about it is to concentrate on the small things you do on a relentless basis, not the big ambitious goal you have written down on a piece of paper that’s lost somewhere in your bedroom.

Have a productive day.



Wealth Hack: Are You Doing What You Love To Do?

When you fall in love with someone for the first time, that person can occupy the mind for extraordinary periods of time. It’s the most powerful of human emotions that has the ability to bend space-time and cause complete disorientation. We don’t just love other people, though. We love the things we do from time to time, but you may not realise it. So, how do you know what you LOVE to do in life? Well, the same principles apply when you fall in love with someone – time and space begin to drift. If you can answer the following three questions, then I believe you have truly found something you love to do:

  1. Has there been a time when you’re doing something where you think only an hour has gone by, but actually six hours has? Sleep doesn’t count.
  2. Has there been a time when you’ve been so focused and involved, mentally or physically, that the whole outside world becomes non-existent?
  3. What is it that excites you constantly?

Now, can you imagine doing that thing you love to do, and making money out of it? Your work would become your love, and through the laws of physics, wealth is inevitable, not only in the form of money but general life satisfaction.

You might say that you love playing video games, losing hours in the day playing Halo 5. Well, if you REALLY love doing that, why don’t you take a leaf out of PewDiePie’s book and become a millionaire YouTuber?

You might love to cook, regularly hosting people for dinner, and spending hours experimenting in the kitchen. This love could be monetised heavily. Look at Deliciously Ella for example.

For me, one thing I really love to do is make films and videos. I can literally sit in front of the computer for 10 hours straight building and editing a video, and not feel any hunger in the process. It drives me to be in the “zone”, and is one of the reasons I loved creating Money Pigz. Video production is and will be a huge part of my life.

Of course, in order to do the things we love to do, we need more time to do them. This is why things like building an income through matched betting is really good because it does free up more time for you. Check out the review from one of our Gold Members, Iain Watertson. He decided to take the leap and follow his love of photography, supplementing his finances with Money Pigz. He is able to make money on the move, which allows him to build his photography business and spend more time with his kids.

Whatever your real love is, I urge you to follow it more and get creative about it. The things you might accomplish could exceed your wildest expectations. Why would you spend more time doing something that you don’t love doing when we don’t live forever?

Have an awesome start to the week.


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Wealth Hack: Multiple Income Streams

It’s a fact. Those who receive an income from more than one source are generally better off financially. Why? Well, it makes a lot of sense. When you have multiple streams of income, if one of those fails to bring the cash in, then you’re protected by the other streams – life can go on unaffected too much. However, if you only had that one failing stream of income, then you’re gonna find yourself in a bit of a pickle. Most people only have one stream of income, which is usually their job.

A five-year study conducted by Thomas C. Corley confirmed that most self-made millionaires generated their income from many different baskets:

  •  65% had three streams of income
  • 45% had four streams of income
  • 29% had five or more streams of income

So, how do you create multiple streams of income? 

Well, one option for you, of course, is to start building a side-income with us by joining Money Pigz. We have a growing community of people all creating a matched betting income stream – which is the start of their own income streams, hence financial improvement.

Although I hate this guys voice, the video below does explain this well and is produced by a YouTube channel that I tune into quite a lot – Entrepreneur.

Have a great Bank Holiday.


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Money vs Time. Which is more important to you?

Money vs Time. We all want more of both, but usually, to make more money, you’ll need to invest more time and to free time up, it usually costs you more money. So, the question begs, which is more important? Time or Money? If your boss came up to you and said: “Right then son, we want to increase your contract from 30 to 40 hours per week, and we’ll bump up your salary from £30K to £40K.” What would you do?

Back in the day, when I was immersed in the corporate world, I would’ve said “yes” to this offer, no questions asked. I didn’t care that I was going to be working more hours. As long as I had a paycheque that was going to be bigger at the end of the month, I was happy. Money was my driving factor, and in my head, money was more important.

However, as I write this article today, I think differently, and now firmly value my time over money. Of course, I still value having and earning money, but in situations like the above, time will always be the influencing factor, at least for me, from now on.

Why do I think in such a way now? What has changed for me over the years? Well, it really has come down to the experiences I’ve been through. People are unique with their own histories, and a lot of the population probably won’t agree with me, but below, I explain why I think time is more valuable than money.

1) We simply don’t have much time.

Not to put a downer on anyone, but our time is limited. In fact, we could fall down and drop dead tomorrow, we just don’t know. This realisation that we don’t live long is why I treat time very preciously, and actively use it to seek new experiences. You may love going to work, and that’s fine, but do you really want to spend more and more time there, when you could be doing something else that you enjoy just as much? Would you rather have more free time as an elderly, less mobile person, or when you’re young and fighting fit?

2) Having more time means you can learn new things.

Life is a continuous learning process in itself, but don’t you wish you had more time to learn something new? For example, learn a new language, learn how to breakdance, learn how to build a website or learn how to take amazing photographs. There are millions of learning opportunities in this world right now and most of these can be learned by yourself for free, or as part of a small community through things like Meetups that happen all over the country. Having less time means you’re impeding new learning opportunities, which you never know what could lead to!

3) You don’t need as much money as you think you need.

Three years ago, I was earning five times as much as I’m earning right now, and as a result was spending five times as much. The highest spec TV, new watches, eating out three times a week, a constantly expanding wardrobe…in fact, I had more clothes than I could possibly think of. However, after deciding to quit the 10hr per day corporate life and go off on my own, I soon realised how valuable having more time was. Although I took a massive pay cut, having less money and less “things” made me understand that they were not as important to me, because I could still live comfortably. In my new found time, I have learned, travelled and experienced so much more, and with much less money.

So, there you have it. This is just a short evaluation of why I value having more time over having more money. And this is why I’m such an advocate for matched betting, since I can make a significant sum of money in such a small amount of time, something that totally corresponds with my values. Alongside my work in running Money Pigz, I’m making enough money on the side from matched betting to pay my rent and bills every month, and the beauty of it is that I don’t need to be in a specific place at one time to do so – I can travel!

What’s more important to you? Time or Money? I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Have an awesome rest of the week!

Saam Ali

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The Money Pigz £1K Challenge

Yes! I love challenges! That’s what life is about right? Otherwise, we’d all be a bit bored, never growing, never achieving. Well, Money Pigz has a new challenge for you. That is:

“We challenge you to make £1000 in your first 30 days of signing up with us”

Cue role play between your conscious and subconscious mind:

Subconscious: Get in! An extra £1000 would be amazing next month. I’m signing up!

Conscious: Hold on a second Sub. How long is this gonna take us, eh? What is this Money Pigz? Is this even real? I’m dubious pal.

Fair enough conscious mind, we don’t blame you. It is a bold statement, and making £1K online from something you may not be familiar with will raise doubts. However, what if we added to this statement and said:

“To achieve this, you’ll need to find only one spare hour every day, and a willingness to commit to that hour”

Conscious: Right Sub, they’re crackers. Let’s just play it safe and hit some more overtime at work. 

Understandable, conscious, but let’s put your mind at ease. Making £1K in your first month with us is highly achievable, and some of our Gold Members are smashing it already!

Check out Alex, who has made £800 in the first 3 weeks of signing up with us:


Check out Graham, who, if he hadn’t made a human error last month, would have made over £1000 in less than two weeks of signing up with us! Slow down Graham! It’s not the £2000 challenge!


If that’s not enough to persuade your conscious, then how about reading our growing number of reviews on TrustPilot and Facebook.

Matched betting is a supported and proven way to make money online. If you’re serious about making more money, then we challenge you to make £1000 in your first month with us. You won’t be alone because you’ll be involved in a community of Money Pigz all making money and helping each other, guided by our 24/7 online support.

What are you waiting for? Click here to join us today and let’s smash £1K! When you do achieve it, we want your conscious to go a bit crazy and post your earnings in our Facebook forum so we can show you off!

Have an awesome and profitable week ahead.


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The Grand National = Grand Profits

Beginning in the early 1800’s, the Grand National is without a doubt the most prestigious horse race in British history. From Lottery winning the first Grand Liverpool Steeplechase in 1839, to Red Rum achieving an unmatched historic treble by winning the Grand National three times in the 1970’s, the three-day festival of which it is now part of at Aintree is filled with excitement, drama and class.

Horses run every day of the festival, and this year, Grand National day is being held on Saturday 9th April. Seven horse races will happen on this day, which will equate to an astonishing £1,450,000 worth of prize money for the winning jockeys, £1M of that coming from one race alone; the 4 mile Grand National Steeple Chase.

As you can imagine, the Grand National is a breeding ground for gambling. Bookies will come out of the festival sweeping up millions in profit, leaving thousands of peoples’ waistcoat pockets empty. However, for the matched betting Money Pig, this won’t be the case.

Bookies hand out an enormous amount of free bonuses too, which means we can sweep up plenty of profit, and if we get lucky, could hit a big win. All the big bookies such as Bet365, Betfred, SkyBet,PaddyPower and Betfair currently have great offers associated with them, and they are there waiting to be converted!

So, if you want to know how you can, and make, profit while watching the Grand National this weekend, join us today and we’ll show you the way. Let’s get the champers out!

Have a Grand weekend


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Are You Breaking Enough Rules In Your Life?

In one of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s famous speeches, he explains that the third rule of his “Six Rules to Success” is:

“Break the rules, not the law, but the rules”

When I’m matched betting, it kind of feels like I’m “breaking the rules” of the bookmaker, although I’m doing nothing illegal in the slightest and never risking my own money. I’m successfully increasing the amount of money in my bank account while successfully getting the gambling industry back at its own game. Damn that feels good!

I fully resonate with the Austrian Oak on this rule, about success in life. I see breaking the rules as doing things “out of the norm”, indulging in activities you’ve never tried before, differentiating yourself from the crowd, and actively trying to push your personal boundaries. If we, including myself, rule-broke more often instead of staying on the straight and narrow, life would become more exciting, more fulfilling, more dream-orientated, which will inevitably lead to more success. For example:

  • When you go to work tomorrow, go up to your boss and say: “Hey Boss, how are you doing? I’ve been thinking, since I’ve been slogging my guts out for you for the last year, I reckon I deserve a pay rise. When do you want to sit down and talk about this?”
  • When you’re in Tesco’s and you see a girl or guy you like, pluck up the courage to walk up to them and say: “Excuse me, I was wondering if you could advise me on which chilli sauce to buy, since your so daym hot!”
  • Sit down in the busiest part of town and meditate for one minute.
  • Start learning a how to speak Swahili.
  • Take three months off work to go and learn how to become a Ninja from a Master Of Ninja’s in rural Japan.
  • Start matched betting and build up an extra income online, which will help fund your Ninja dream.

Breaking rules as such, going off the beaten track will ultimately broaden your skills, confidence and competence. Where’s the room for growth if you’ve already mastered the things you’re doing and not trying anything new? Isn’t life about continuous learning, and following those things that excite and scare you?

Go become a rule-breaker and live a life more extraordinary.


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6 Ways To Make Money While You Sleep

Ahh, the dream. Earning money while you do nothing, waking up to an extra £200 in the bank account, generating an income passively. Hold on, is this even possible?? Well, first of all, we really need to define the term “passive income”, since there isn’t really anything in life that requires absolutely zero effort to make money. I like Wikipedia’s definition:

Passive income is an income received on a regular basis, with little effort required to maintain it.”

So, is it really achievable to make money by hardly doing anything at all? The answer is yes, of course it is but there are varying degrees of passive income. Is matched betting with Money Pigz passive income? Well, I class it as mid-passive income, since you have to do a bit of work on a regular basis yourself to find and place your bets. However, if you’re looking for true ways to make money over a lengthy period of time while not doing much in the slightest to maintain it, then start some of the following.

1) Build A Course Online

Building an up-to-date course online, whether in digital or written format, although tough work initially, once complete and marketed correctly, you’ll be earning money while you’re kipping. What’s more common currently is the video course, on platforms such as Udemy and Openlearning. Build a course consisting of a number of videos tutorials teaching something you know (really, anything you have sound knowledge of, and you don’t need the qualification of a professor), stick a price on it, and let the money roll in. Udemy even walks you through everything you need to do.

2) Write An eBook

Writing and then selling a book, I believe, is one of the most truest forms of passive income there is. Yes, it’s tough to write a book, and not everyone will be able to do so successfully. But if you do nail it, then you’re looking at passive income for potentially years to come. Take Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist. First published in 1988 and is still a best selling book to this day. Writing eBooks have become much more popular and easy to do in the last few years, and you don’t have to be an expert in english literature to produce one. Write a few good eBooks and you could end up living off them very passively for the foreseeable future.

3) Rent Out Your Space On Airbnb

Airbnb have allowed millions of people across the globe to start generating an income relatively passively, particularly if you are able to rent your space out long-term. It’s similar to property investment, however, the initial investment is minute compared to that of a full rental property, and there’s none of the nauseating paperwork involved. If you have a space that isn’t being used, start generating passive income from it.

4) Affiliate Marketing

This used to be predominantly suited for people who have websites and blogs, but because of social media, anyone with a social media account, which is practically everyone on the planet, can get involved and begin making income very passively. Essentially, an affiliate marketer promotes someone else’s product and usually gets a percentage of each sale. Links can be placed on any digital platform, and a sale can be generated in no more than one-click. Easy money. We have our own affiliate programme where you can start promoting Money Pigz, as long as you believe in our product and are committed to market appropriately. Many good affiliate programmes will screen their applicants to make sure that they’re suitable for the brand.

5) Become An Investor

Investing money to make more money is a real form of passive income, and because of the technology we have today, it is becoming much more popular, smooth and easy to do. Unlike matched betting, however, investing isn’t usually 100% guaranteed all the time, but if conducted with care and responsibility, you’re looking at extremely lucrative, long-term gains that require very little effort in maintenance. eToro is a relatively new platform that allows the average person to copy the best traders in the business, which is helping millions of people across the globe generate passive income. If you have a lot of money and experience in investing already, you could become an angel investor, investing in startups and companies that you believe will grow, in exchange for equity of the business. This is how thousands of small businesses each year grow to become very successful and make the investor a lot of money in the process.

6) Make Viral YouTube Videos

If you manage to make a few YouTube videos that each generate a million views, you’ll be rolling in passive income through advertisements, affiliate links and even branding yourself. Can you remember the viral video Charlie bit my finger? The parents have netted something in the region of £100,000 just from that 50-second clip. It has over 800,000,000 views now, and they’ve not really had to do any work apart from upload the video and stick adverts on it. Virility = passive income.

These are just a few of the things you can do which could make you passive income in the long run, and all vary in their degrees of initial time investment. But if you’re committed, determined and motivated to jump some boundaries, it’s totally possible to make lots of money while you sleep.

Please comment below if you want to share other forms of passive income.

Have a great Thursday!


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Stop Working Extra Hours For “The Man”

When I used to work for a big corporation, there was this guy who would complete his 9-hour shift there, and then head over to his evening shift doing the same thing elsewhere across the city to rack up a total of 12 hours of work for the day. On plenty of occasions, he would repeat this cycle weekly without a day off, equating to an astonishing 84-hour work week of pure repetitive labour. Of course, I knew the reason why he was working so many hours, so I avoided that obvious question. Simply, I asked him “Do you have no other option?”

This is a relatively extreme example of a person taking on more hours in their work just for the money, but this is not uncommon in the slightest. I used to do some 12-hour shifts back in the day too, all for that extra £75 which would end up getting taxed 40% anyway, and probably spent on extra coffee’s in Starbucks to keep me in machine mode for the next day. But naturally, when we know how to do something well and we “need” the extra money, it’s easy to say yes, both consciously and subconsciously, when circumstances arise.

It goes without saying that for those growing numbers who are greatly under-employed, those extra working hours are most probably critical. However, for those people who are taking on extra hours at work, working for someone else, on top of their normal 40-hour work week, I challenge you with the question below:

Do you have no other option?

Ok, you want to make more money, that’s fair enough, and I understand that you know how to do what you do. It’s comfortable. But, are you really limited to do nothing else that may result in generating money? Would you not like to learn anything new that will develop your skills in another area of life that you could end up monetising?

My point is, there are so many ways you can make extra money in today’s world, particularly through technology, that working those extra hours seem pointless to me.

Let’s take matched betting with Money Pigz as the first example, naturally  You’re provided with the opportunity to stay at work for the next 2 hours and make yourself some extra money. To the average person:

  • If you say “Yes”, you’ll make around £24 after tax, and arrive home late and hungry.
  • If you say “No”, you’ll go home, eat with your family, open up your laptop in front of the fire, do an offer that Money Pigz have provided for you and generate a guaranteed £24 tax-free in 20 minutes.

Why on earth would you even consider staying at work when you have opportunities to make money like this?

Let’s say you have so much stuff at home that you really didn’t need anymore. Everyone has things that they don’t need that’s probably needed by someone else. So, in these two hours you’ve agreed to stay at work, you could have learned how to sell your stuff on Ebay. Once you’ve sold all your stuff (and have probably made more money than you ever would in your extra working hours), you’ll have gained enough proficiency to begin trading on Ebay and start making some serious cash.

Let’s go back to the guy who works 84 hours a week. He’s essentially overworking 40 hours every week. In those 40 hours, he could have learned how to and invest the extra money he made overworking last week into stocks and probably made 5 x more money.

Or indeed, all those extra hours you’re spending at work could be used to pursue a passion of yours, which in turn may end up making you a lot of money, again, particularly with the use of technology. And everyone knows that when you do something you really love doing, it doesn’t seem like work.

Stop working those extra hours for “the man”, think outside the box and build an income in a different way. You never know what you could achieve.

Have an awesome Wednesday.


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