Bookie Offers | 18th April 2015


LOOKING for the best bookie offers this weekend? Man, you've come to the right place!


3/1 Arsenal to beat Reading (Betfair)

Eight wins in a row? Up against a Championship side? Surely, this is easy for Arsenal?

If you're new to Betfair you can back them at 3/1!


6/1 Chelsea to beat Man Utd (Coral)

Chelsea are unbeaten at Stamford Bridge all season in the league while Manchester United have won just five of their 15 away league games.

If you join Coral before kick off, you'll get 6/1 on Chelsea winning. Fancy it?


Chelsea v Man Utd – £5 Free Bet For Every Goal Scored! (Betfred)

This is very interesting from Betfred. Open an account with them before kick off on Saturday and place a £10 bet on Chelsea v Man Utd.

Every time a goal is scored in the game you'll earn a £5 Free Bet!


8 Each Way Places In Scottish Grand National (Betway)

Wow! 8 each way places? We didn't see that last week in the Grand National.

Join Betway and you'll get eight places on the Scottish Grand National. If you can't make profit from that…


Bet £20 Get £5 (Paddy Power)

Got a Paddy Power account? Fancy a free bet?

Just stake £20 on the Chelsea v Man Utd game before kick off and they'll give you a Free £5 Bet to use in-play.


5/1 Chelsea Or 10/1 Man Utd (Ladbrokes)

Ladbrokes are offering new players this weekend enhanced odds on both sides for the Stamford Bridge showdown.

What do you fancy? 5/1 Chelsea or 10/1 Man Utd?


Back A Winner, Get A Free Bet (Bet 365)

Heard about the Bet 365 Channel 4 Racing Free Bet offer? Anyone can get involved.

Just back a winner at odds of 4/1 or more on any Channel 4 race and they'll give you a free bet. More winners = more free bets.


Place Four Bets, Get a Fifth Free (BetVictor)

BetVictor have their own offer for Channel 4 Racing. And it's available to all players.

Place four or more bets on Saturday's Channel 4 races and you'll get a fifth bet free.

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