The first match of the new season kicks off in the Premier League today (12.45pm) between Manchester United and Swansea, and Betfair have the first of four of their new customer sign up promotions – this weekend – available on the season opener.
Anybody opening a new Betfair account through this link can get 4/1 on Manchester United beating Swansea in today’s match from Old Trafford.
This is a new accounts only offer, and when registering your new account, you will need to do so using Betfair Promo Code ZEP173. The maximum bet is £10.00 per customer, and it has to be the first bet you place after you open your new Betfair account.
You will need to take the current Sportsbook price on United and place your tenner on them at these odds (currently 2/5). If United win, you will get paid out for your tenner at 2/5 immediately in cash, with the remainder of the 4/1 enhanced price paid out within 24 hours, in the form of free bet tokens.
It is possible to cover your tenner on United and ensure you at least get it back if United don’t win.
Simply lay Manchester United on Betdaq for just over £10.00 (there is 2% commission), £10.25 should be enough to lay to ensure a £10.00 return. If you haven’t got a Betdaq account, you can open one here and claim a £50.00 Free Bet in the process.
That way should United not win, you would lose £10.00 to Betfair, but win £10.00 on Betdaq – meaning you would break even.
While if United win, you would lose £4.00 on Betdaq, but you would win £4.00 on Betfair, and have £36.00 worth of Betfair free bets to use. A no lose situation!!
And that’s not the end of the offers today. Paddy Power are also offering new customers an enhanced price of ONE OF Chelsea @ 15/2, Man City @ 9/1, Man Utd @ 16/1, Arsenal @ 20/1 OR Liverpool @ 30/1 to win the Premier League.
While Betvictor are offering new customers an enhanced treble of 5/1 on Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool all winning this weekend, instead of the industry wide 5/4 to 6.4.
All these bets would need to be placed before 12.45pm (UK time).