One Sky Bet customer turned six pence into a staggering £3,864.76 on this weekend's football while Sporting Life's tipsters enjoyed a weekend to remember.
64,000/1 accumulator defies the odds
You may well have read about Justin Langston's remarkable winning accumulator this weekend but if you haven't, please take a deep breath before reading this....
Sky Bet punter, Justin, managed to predict 18 correct results on this weekend's football, earning himself a cool £3,864.76 just in time for the Christmas shopping.
Even more staggering is that he only staked six pence (yes, six pence) to earn himself the huge payout.
Big payouts the order of the day
Justin's big win wasn't the only significant payout Sky Bet made on this weekend's football action.
Another accumulator, this time on the over 2.5 goals market, saw one punter pick up £10,169.88 from a £5 stake after their 12-match accumulator came good.
The over 2.5 goals markets proved a profitable one for punters and another Sky Bet customer won a massive £16,771.60 when their £20 accumulator on 13 games delivered the goods.
Size does matter
Sporting Life's racing desk were toasting their success on Saturday after some fantastic results for the team.
Matt Brocklebank's Antepost Angle column has been the source of some decent winners of late and Sizing Tennessee's impressive success in the Ladbrokes Trophy Chase at Newbury provided another.
Matt tipped Sizing Tennessee at 33/1 for the big race a few weeks back and Simon Holt joined the party by making him his headline selection at 20/1 in his weekend column.
Simon was in sparkling form on the tipping front, rowing in with Lady Buttons and Champ to complete a magnificent 500/1 treble.
Not to be undone, Tom Carnduff managed to find 11/1 and 6/1 winners in his EFL previews whilst the Premier League tips were also comfortably in profit.
There were also winners for Chris Oliver on the boxing and from Richard Mann's UK Championship snooker tips.
Just to dampen the mood ever so slightly, the Sporting Life Accumulator was cruelly denied by a 94th minute goal. It still hurts.
Nevertheless, a fine weekend all round.