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Not Many Money Back Specials (So Far) For This Year’s Wimbledon

Posted: June 29th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Betting Offers

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The World Cup is the dominating sport this summer but Wimbledon should not be forgotten. As we enter into the second week of the tournament, Andy Murray looks to continue the defence of his title in his next game against Kevin Anderson. His form has been good so far but the true test will when he faces one of the higher seed participants. Federer and Nadal (just about) have made it into the fourth round, along with Djokovic. Questions remain about Djokovic’s ability to progress far in this year’s tournament due to injury.

Regular readers hoping to find betting offers specific to Wimbledon 2014 will share our frustration. Generally, bookies just aren’t running specials for it, rather choosing to focus on the football instead. We’ve gone through all of the bookies and found just two who are doing anything – Paddy Power and Ladbrokes. Not the strongest offer from Paddy Power either. If you make five bets of at least £5, PaddyPower.com will give you a free bet of £5. Runs all the way up to the 6th July, but each qualifying bet must be at odds at least 1/5. For punters putting down lots of small bets, this one could appeal.

Ladbrokes.com is a bit more interesting (but ends tonight, doh). Bet on any Mens or Womens outright winner, and if they come second Ladbrokes will refund your bet up to the value of £25. If you’re able to take advantage Murray’s form looks good right now.

EDIT: Betway.com have got in touch to bring it to our attention an offer they have for Wimbledon. Bet on any Men’s single game for outright winner, and if that player loses the game after having a two sets, Betway will refund your bet up to £25.  Best of the bunch now!


England Crash Out Of the World Cup But There Are Still Betting Opportunities

Posted: June 22nd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Betting Offers

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Today the Guardian published research indicating that England’s early exit from the Brazil World Cup would cost the economy hundreds of millions of pounds. Going into the tournament, many of the betting websites offered longer odds on England to win the competition to entice new customers. Paddy Power even offered new customers 100/1 to get players to sign up with them; they must be pretty satisfied with that decision.  Despite this, clever punters bet with their minds and not their hearts so there is still value to be had.

Let’s not forget that there is still one England game to go versus Costa Rica. BetVictor.com have a promotion called ‘penalty payout’. If a penalty is scored at any moment during the game, the bookmaker will refund losing bets on selected markets including correct score, and first/last goalscorer up to the value of £25. There have been some soft penalties in the competition so far, but this special does rely on England being one of the two sides required to put away a penalty.

Across all games Unibet.com are running the promotion ‘injury time insurance’. It’s opt in so you must go their website and enter your username. If a goal is scored in injury time, Unibet are refunding losing bets in selected markets but to a high limit £100. Last night Unibet punters would have their bets refunded as Messi left it until the 91st minute before scoring to sink Iran.

The Brazil World Cup has been full of goals and has lacked draws. Following offering punters long odds on England, PaddyPower.com have gone for the next safest betting offer with refunds on 0-0 draws. Bets must be placed before kick off (understandably) and again there are limited markets that the offer applies to.

That’s about it for specials at the moment. It’s our understanding that bookies haven’t enjoyed the best World Cup. The lack of shock results, and the top players scoring in their respective games have meant punters have a relatively successful tournament so far.


Betting On The 2014 World Cup? This Is What You Need to Know

Posted: May 26th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Betting Offers

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The amount of advertisements for televisions, beer and BBQ food is ramping up which can only mean one thing – the 2014 World Cup is on the way. Something is different in the air this year though. This year there doesn’t seem to be the massive expectation that England will do well. Maybe this will lessen the pressure on the team allowing them to perform better. Despite this, betting sites certainly don’t think England will go far, with most offering odds at around 30/1 that England will win.

But if you’re going to bet on the World Cup this summer, what do you need to know?

Well firstly, if you do fancy England to go all the way then you need to bet with PaddyPower.com. New customers will get odds of 100/1 on Roy Hodgson’s men to win the tournament, where the maximum bet of £10 will return you a cool £1,000.  Great as a novelty bet, but Paddypower do have something also for existing customers too. If you bet £10 on the outright winner, then you’ll score yourself a free £5 bet for the opening game.

A safer bet may be the host nation, Brazil. SkyBet.com have a money back offer for both new and existing players. Place a minimum bet of £5 again in the outright winner market, and if Brazil go onto win the tournament, then they will refund your bet up to the value of £25. SkyBet.com have them down as the favourites at 3/1 so this is a cracking offer and much more likely to pay out than England (sorry!).

If you fancy a bet on the top goal scorer, then Ladbrokes.com will be your friend. You’ll need to get your bet down ahead of June 12th when the offer ends, but Ladbrokes are offering money back on winning team bets if either Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar, or Suarez ends up being top goal scorer. This is available to both new and existing customers, and refunds are up to the value of £25. Unfortunately Suarez remains a doubt, with a knee injury so you’ll probably be relying on the other players to come good. Currently betting sites’ favourites for the goal scorer are Messi (8/1), Neymar (12/1) and Ronaldo (14/1) so this offer from Ladbrokes does look good.

We’re still waiting to hear what other betting sites are going to do for the World Cup. When we hear, we’ll update you. In the mean time, here are some more interesting ways that you can bet on the World Cup

  • Winning kit supplier – Bolyesports are taking bets on what brand of kit supplier will lift the cup. Will it be Adidas (10/11) or Nike (6/4)?
  • Penalties – Betfred are taking bets on England to be knocked out by Germany on penalties. Unlikely at 40/1 but the pain would not overcome the payout.
  • Change of plans - There has been much coverage of Brazil’s woeful preparations, but Paddy Power will take bets at 5/1 that the entire competition doesn’t even happen there!

All The Best 2014 Grand National Betting Offers In One Place!

Posted: April 2nd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Grand National

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It’s time for the biggest betting event of the year, the Grand National. It attracts a lot of new punters, and last year William Hill took 1,500 mobile bets every minute on the morning of the race. It’s speculated that a quarter of all adults in the UK will bet on the race this year, but it can be quite confusing. If you’re new to betting, you should take advantage of the offers bookies run to attract new customers. We have been in touch with each of the bookies to find out what their plans are for the Grand National, as they often change for this race. This is the comprehensive list. If a bookie is not listed here such as Bet 365, it is because are withdrawing their free bet at the weekend.

Bet Victor

* Offer: £25 Free Bet (New Customers Only)
Paying out: 6 Places
* How to claim? Click here to claim

Bet Victor lead the pack, paying out on six places. Their standard free £25 free bet for new customers applies for the day of the Grand National. They will give you a free bet matching your first bet up to value of £25. Because they are retaining the new customer offer, and are the bookie paying out on the most places, they are our recommended bookie for the Grand National.

Betfair

* Offer: £20 Free Bet +  Cashback Specials (New/ Existing Customers)
Paying out: 5 Places
* How to claim? Click here to claim

Next up we have Betfair who are going all guns blazing this year. Not only are they retaining their £20 free bet offer, but they have a couple of specials too, for new customers (registered between 31st March and 4th April). If the favourite wins any of the Aintree races (and there are no non-runners), Betfair will refund your losing bet up to £25 on each and every race. Plus on the big day, if your horse does not finish the race, you’ll receive a £10 refund.

Sky Bet

* Offer: £30 Free Bet + Cashback Specials (New Customers Only )
Paying out: 5 Places
* How to claim? Click here to claim

Sky bet have a few offers running. Firstly, new customers can continue to claim their free £30 matched bet. The other offers they are running at Aintree, not valid for the Grand National however are still good. We’d suggest heading over to their site for full details but in short they include money back on two races if the favourite wins, and bet £50, receive £10.

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It’s Time For The 2014 Cheltenham Festival! Round Up Of Offers

Posted: March 9th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Betting Offers

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The Cheltenham Festival returns on the 11th of March and lasts until the 14th, forming one of the most busy periods for betting sites. Generally all of the bookies have special offers running, ranging from enhanced betting odds to cash back on certain outcomes. We’ve trawled through the Internet to find out what each bookie is doing and put it together in one article to help our visitors out.

Bet 365

* Offer: £200 Free Bet (New Customers Only)  - Free Bet on Horses 4/1 or Greater
* How to claim? Click here to claim

Three key things to cover when discussing what Bet 365 are doing. (1) Generally all of the bookies are boasting of having the best odds for Cheltenham, but Bet 365 is a little more tangible. If you place a bet on any of the races, and later the starting odds are bigger, you’ll be paid out on the bigger odds. (2) The Festival is being broadcasted on Channel 4, so the Bet 365 free bet offer is eligible. Bet on any horse at 4/1 or greater, and Bet 365 will give you a free bet to the same amount for the next race. (3) Finally, Bet 365 are offering ‘No Runner, No Bet’. Quite simply, if you bet on a horse and it doesn’t start the race, you get your bet refunded. May seem obvious but not all bookies are offering it on every race. Three solid reasons here to bet with Bet 365.

Bet 365

* Offer: £25 Free Bet (New Customers Only) – Money Back Special
* How to claim? Click here to claim

William Hill have a cracking offer for mobile users, although we had to ring them up to find the actual terms and conditions. Bet on any of the races, and if your horse doesn’t win but instead finishes second, William Hill will refund your stake as a free bet up to the value of £25. The details we got from them on the phone is that you can only redeem this offer once, and that qualifying race must have five or more runners. As well as this, William Hill too are refunded bets on non-runners, but specifically on the Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, World Hurdle, and the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Paddy Power

* Offer: £20 Free Bet (New Customers Only) - Money Back Special
* How to claim? Click here to claim

Paddy Power are keen to steer conversation away from the controversy surrounding their Oscar Pistorius campaign. For Cheltenham, in addition to running ‘no runner, no bet’, they also offering a money back special. Paddy Power will refund stakes up to the value of £50 on 2nd, 3rd and 4th placed horses. This offer is only for the Supreme Novices Hurdle, which is at 1:30pm on the opening day. A good one-off special from Paddy Power here.

Bet Victor

* Offer: £25 Free Bet (New Customers Only) - No Runner No Bet
* How to claim? Click here to claim

Not too much from Bet Victor for this year’s Cheltenham Festival. Bet Victor are running ‘no runner no bet’ on all races, but beyond that and the usual £25 free bet for new customers, that’s about it.

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Chelsea vs Man Utd – The Fixture Moyes Doesn’t Need Right Now According to Betting Sites

Posted: January 18th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Betting Offers

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It doesn’t get easier for David Moyes. Little chance or no chance of winning any trophies and poor performance in the league. If they lose against Chelsea this weekend, they will be 14 points behind the leaders, leaving almost no chance of catching up. Some are losing faith in the former Everton man to turn things around at Old Trafford, and  so too are the betting sites.

Ladbrokes have Chelsea down as favourites at just 1.73 and are actually offering as high as 3.75 for a Manchester United win. This basically suggests that the bookies are very confident that Manchester Unite will struggle to provide Chelsea with a challenge.

Those betting on the fixture should be aware of a couple betting offers that apply to this game. Ladbrokes.com are reserved whether there will be many goals, offering a refund up to £25 on all markets if both teams score. This would have been paid out six times in the previous ten times the teams have faced each other, although not in the three most recent encounters. Furthermore, Manchester United have never scored at Stamford Bridge while Mourinho has been in charge.

Otherwise Bet Victor are running a ‘Red Card’ Refund offer. Again up to £25, if a red card is shown during the game then Bet Victor will refund losing bets on select markets.


Mackay Sacked! Who Do Betting Sites Think Will Replace Him?

Posted: December 27th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: General

Malky Mackay

It feels like it has been coming for some time now, but it has officially happened. Cardiff has officially announced that Malky Mackay has been sacked on the Premier League website. This follows the 3-0 boxing day defeat against Southampton, maintaining Cardiff’s presence at the wrong end of the table, near the relegation zone. Rumors have been rife of arguments between manager and owner around transfer budgets and opportunities to sign new players in January.

Betting sites have been quick to open markets to allow people to bet on who they think will replace Mackay. Here are the favourites as it stands:

Paddy Power
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Favourite - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – 1/3
Sven Goran Eriksson – 4/1
Yilmaz Vural – 5/1

 

Bet Victor
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Favourite – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – 2/5
Sven Goran Eriksson – 4/1
Yılmaz Vural – 6/1

So Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remains firm favourite right now at time of writing (Friday afternoon). In case you are wondering what he has done since hanging up his boots, he became the Manchester United reserve manager where he won a few trophies. After that gig, Solskajaer decided to return back to the club that Manchester United signed him from, Modle. There he has ranked up some impressive achievements, most notably winning the club’s first league title. With this gained respect, he has become the favourite among betting sites after it is claimed he wants to prove himself on the bigger stave.

Rather interestingly Bet Victor are offering odds of 33/1 for the owner Vincent Tan to take over himself.  It would be remarkable if this did happen and even more interesting to find out to see what would happen in performances did not improve. The next Cardiff manager will be announced when known.


Football Accumulators – Where Should You be Betting Yours?

Posted: November 17th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Betting Offers

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Football accumulators are insanely popular, and media outlets are frequently running stories how someone bet just 50p and turned it into £50,000. At the same time, Facebook newsfeeds are frequently littered with complaints from friends that they were just one result away from a jackpot win. These days, betting websites largely all have their own football accumulator offers which run most weekends. We thought it would be useful (for us too…)  if we trawled through all of those sites, and put together a comprehensive guide.
 
William Hill

* Accumulator Offer: ‘Acca’ insurance
* More Information Click here

Previously this deal was available exclusively on mobile, but desktop users can now enjoy it too. If you bet an accumulator with William Hill, should you lose by just one selection, they will give you your money back as a free bet. Often it feels that it is just one selection that makes accumulators lose, so it is no surprise that they are boasting that they have refunded over half a million bets this football season with this betting offer.  
 
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Suarez Makes His Return to Action – Money Back Special from Paddy Power

Posted: September 24th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Betting Offers

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Suarez makes his return from Liverpool to face Manchester United in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday night. Given Suarez managed to score 30 goals in all competitions last season, he is likely to make a positive impact. However, one bookmaker is questioning whether that impact will be immediate.  Paddy Power have a money back special for the game - if Suarez does manage to scores the first goal in the game, Paddy Power will refund all losing First Goalscorer,  Correct Score, Last Goalscorer, and Scorecast bets on the match. With a striker of Suarez’s magnitude, is this a risky move by the bookmaker.

Brendan Rodgers has said he is excited for the return of the controversial striker, interestingly though Liverpool have actually performed very well without him. In the ten games that he has missed, Liverpool have won seven of them, drawn two and lost just one. Over the summer it became apparent Suarez was unsettled but there seems to be little doubt among his teammates and manager that he is focused on doing a good job for Liverpool.

Kolo Toure was quoted as saying he has been “very difficult to play against in training lately — very, very difficult” whilst Brendan Rodgers said “he just can’t wait to get back into action”. Liverpool  versus Manchester United always is a fiery affair however the return of of Suarez is going to make this fixture just a little bit more special. Paddy Power currently have Manchester United as the favourites for the game (odds of 5/4 versus Liverpool at 23/10) but there is not much in it.

Our hunch is that Suarez’s return is going to lift the Liverpool and build on their already great start to the season.


Betting Sites Gamble an Englishman Won’t Win the 2013 Open Championship

Posted: July 16th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Betting Offers

The Open Championship

On Thursday the oldest major golf competition, the Open Championship kicks off. Tiger Wood’s return to form continues, and he enters the Open as the favourite among betting sites, (currently 9/1). This is despite some concerns held by people regarding his elbow injury, but he is confident it will not impact his game as he aims to win his first major championship in five years. In practice, he has reported it to be absolutely fine.

Tiger Woods will of course be looking to prevent an Englishman winning the championship. Ladbrokes are taking a gamble this will be the case too. They are running a betting offer specially for the Open. Ladbrokes.com will refund losing bets on every losing player if an Englishman wins the championship. As it stands, Justin Rose is their favourite Englishman (20/1 at time of writing) followed by Ian Westwood (33/1). In an interview with the BBC, Justin said he wouldn’t be surprised if an Englishman was to win, citing his US Open as a possible breaker of the curse surrounding English golfers. It will be interesting to see how Ladbroke’s gamble pays off.

Other betting sites are taking a slightly different approach. PaddyPower.com are paying out on seven places for the championship, and are offering ‘acca insurance’. What the latter essentially means is that if you play a 4 fold accumulator on two or three ball markets, and one doesn’t come in, Paddy Power will refund your bet. This is pretty much matches what Williamhill.com are doing too.

BetVictor.com aren’t missing out on the action either. Last year they ran a promotion titled ‘Lost Boys’, however this year they are going with a more conventional pay out on eight places – just edging PaddyPower.

You can catch all of the action on the BBC (and on Radio 5 Live). It does clash with the second Ashes Test Match, so the English are not only being spoilt with a wonderful weather this summer, but also some fantastic sport.