Germany 3/1 To Beat Gibraltar | 14th November 2014


Here at WeLoveBetting, we see it as our duty to keep you informed of all the best free bet offers. On Friday you can take advantage of this superb offer from Betfair

Germany 3/1 to beat Gibraltar | Friday 19.45

Yes, Betfair are offering new customers the chance to back Germany at 3/1 to beat Gibraltar. That’s nuts, eh? Let’s put that into context:

  • Germany are world champions.
  • Gibraltar are rubbish.

Joachim Low’s side are as short as 1/100 to win this fixture, yet you can get involved at a massive 3/1. Bonkers!

New Customer Offer

Germany v Gibraltar – Germany to win (3/1 Betfair)

  1. Open an account with Betfair using this special link.
  2. Place your FIRST BET of £10 Germany to beat Gibraltar to win at the current price.
  3. Watch Germany trounce the minnows and collect your winnings.
  4. If Germany win, receive your winnings at full-time with your additional winnings credited within 24 hours at odds of 3/1.
  5. If your bet loses, Betfair will refund your losing stake in the form of a free bet within 24 hours.


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After starting his career in newspaper journalism, Mark soon found his way into the online betting world, forging a career in content, social media and marketing production. With a huge passion for stats, the Football League and European football, Mark’s other interests include playing rugby, following his beloved QPR and travel.

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