Bookie Offers | 22nd-23rd August 2015


LOOKING for the best bookie offers this weekend? We got them here.


If you take any of these offers via the links below please drop us an email at We'll then ask you to nominate three teams to win at the weekend; get them right and we'll give you more free money.

10/1 Man Utd & Man City Double (Coral)

The Manchester clubs have already won both their league fixtures so far this season and both are well fancied this weekend.

Coral are offering a 10/1 double to new customers. Take advantage here.

4/1 Man Utd to beat Newcastle (Betfair)

6 points out of 6 for Manchester United and next up is a Newcastle side that were convincingly beaten by Swansea last week.

Not got a Betfair account? Fancy 4/1 on United? Just join here to qualify.

Man City, Juventus, Barcelona & Real Madrid 16/1 Acca (Paddy Power)

The real price of this acca is 4/1 but new players to Paddy Power are getting massive odds of 16/1.

Open your account here and you'll get even more from us!

15/1 Man Utd, Swansea, Crystal Palace Treble (Betfair)

There's another brilliant enhanced acca here from Betfair.

New customers get a massive 15/1 on Man Utd beating Newcastle, Swansea beating Sunderland and Palace beating Aston Villa.

4/1 Celtic to beat Dundee United (Betfair)

Dundee United were smashed 4-0 by relegation favourites Hamilton last week.

Now they face Celtic and you can back the Bhoys at 4/1 to win the game if you're new to Betfair. Open your account here for much more.

7/1 Man City to beat Everton (Betfair)

Can anyone stop Man City just now?

3-0 winners against Chelsea last weekend and now 7/1 to beat Everton for new Betfair customers. Join up here to qualify for more from us.

100% Bonus When You Cash Out (Bet Victor)

You may have noticed BetVictor have recently introduced Cash Out to their site.

Anyone that cashes out for a Premier League profit up to £25 this weekend will get a 100% bonus.

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