10/1 On Brazil To Win World Cup With Betfair

Betfair have another great value World Cup promo running at the moment, this time on hosts Brazil winning the World Cup outright.

Anybody opening a new Betfair account through this link can now get 10/1 on Brazil winning the World Cup, but you need to be quick as this offer ends on Friday 6th June at 10am.

To claim this offer you will need to use Betfair Promo Code ZSK168 when registering your account, it should already be in the box marked ‘Promo code/Referral code (if applicable)’ – just make sure the code is in there when registering.

As I have already eluded too, this is a time limited offer only, and it runs out at 10am UK time, tomorrow (Friday 6th June). It is a maximum bet of £10.00 per a customer, and all new accounts have to be from the UK or Ireland.

This offer is only valid on the Betfair Sportsbook (fixed odds) website, not the Betfair Betting Exchange.

When you have opened your Betfair account, you will need to go straight to the World Cup ‘Outright’ market and back Brazil – you need to back Brazil at the current odds of 3/1. Don’t worry as this is how they always do these offers – you will still get paid at 10/1 if Brazil win the World Cup.

Also, make sure this is your FIRST bet after you have opened your Betfair account.

As well as this Brazil offer with Betfair, Paddy Power are also offering enhanced prices on either of Brazil, Argentina, Germany or Spain to win the World Cup.

As you have already got 10/1 on Brazil with Betfair, you can choose from one of either Argentina at 12/1, Germany 14/1, or Spain at 16/1 with Paddy Power.

This means that combining the two offers you can back Brazil and one of the other 3 nations to win the World Cup, both at double figures. Although this doesn’t guarantee you a win, it certainly improves your chances of winning a nice tidy sum.

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