Free £5 bet on ENGLAND v CZECH REPUBLIC is now up on Paddy Power
I think you're right. The first 2 games, Italy and then Switzerland had plenty of corners. Italy had that offside from a corner decision! There seems to have been more matches with a low amount of corners. I'd still fancy a match like England Scotland to be on the higher end of corners.
Use LiveScore and check the stats of each game.
I’m not sure many games so far have had high corners . Any idea where to find these stats ?
England Scotland has corners written all over it. I lost my first bet. I didn't take into account the weather. I had bet on goals in the first match. As soon as I started watching the match I could see my mistake instantly with all that sunshine. School boy error! England Scotland would have been more predictable with sunshine and heat. I'd have backed no goals in the 2nd half or similar. Looks like they're forecasting cloud and rain. The Scots will be in their prime. I may bet on high corners or goals myself.
As an alternative to betting a tenner why not go for smaller amounts on winner/top goal scorer instead . Belgium to win and Lukaku to be top scorer is 33/1 on sky for example . No free bet incentive obviously but you’re not a tenner down
Ah. I totally misread it! Per shot, makes this closer to the Sky Bet deal and much more appealing. If you've got 2 players in mind as the top goalscorer, these 2 deals may well prove to be the insurance for your bets.
You mean per shot, not goal
That's what I was going to say. I was looking at previous top goal scorers. In the last tournament it was Antoine Griezmann with 6 goal. In 2012 it was 3 goals, with 6 players reaching that. Prior to that 4 and 5 goals. With Paddy Power the £1 per goal is purely a nice little top up. You still need to win your initial bet, or Paddy Power are just giving you a small fraction of your £10 back. *edit* It's per shot, so the return should be much higher With Sky you could possibly get an extra £9+ top up, which could be a good insurance for if your striker finishes 2nd. If you're lucky, 2nd best will get 4 goals for a small profit. I'm not voting it cold, it's good. But I'm not sure I'll take up this Paddy Power offer. The Sky Bet offer, I will more than likely make use of. *edit* I expect I probably will take this offer!
William Hill doing bet £10 get £5 When you place a £10 win or £5 each-way bet on the Euro 2020 Tournament Winner market, we'll give you a £5 free bet to use on any sports market, every time your team wins in the Group stages.
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Sounds a bit of a day, Paddy Power free bets can usually be split. Hopefully you'll win a few quid and then take your £30 out. It'll be worth while. (y)
So I did the above. It was a palava indeed as the first Play card given didn’t work and the PP guy behind the counter tried to imply it was me. It was a faulty card. Then issues with my ID, passport, as he told me it didn’t have enough digits (I’ve been using it for travel for 9 years with no issue..). He wasn’t making it easy. Then had to try 3 different shops with Paypoint to take my £30 cash. First two didn’t recognise a PP card, including the Post Office. The wine corner shop was fine in the end (note the card has to be swiped not placed in the machine). Then it was a nervous 15 mins before the balance on my app updated with the £30 (keep your receipt!). But when it did update it also updated with £10 freebet. Now just looking into whether that £10 has to be used on one bet only..... indeed, a palava, decide whether you can be bothered.
Seems complicated. Have to go into a PP shop to get a Play Reward card, link it to my online account and activate it. Then find another shop with a PayPoint that accepts PP (it states not all places will) and present Play card and £30 cash.
I've never done any matched betting. My betfair still has offers
They dropped a football out of a helicopter, 640ft, and he caught it, 3rd attempt. World record or something. Bit of a pr stunt but still a good catch. Still good to know who picks up what in the division, Rams obviously have a good team, gotta keep an eye on who gets what, Seahawks should be interesting.
I'm thinking I'll do a double, Monday-Friday, each day on the two shortest odds favourites. A couple of wins will cover the papers and buy me a coffee and cake, adds a bit of enjoyment to the games too. :)
Got a copy each of the 3, gonna have to get a cheap triple pack of masks xD
If it's the same person, they might say no. Different shops, different staff over the week. Now't they can do. Hence my 5 copies I've just got at Waitrose. :)
Obviously I'd never be so naughty... But how do they stop you making more than one free bet?
https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/food When you're spending your winnings, should fit right in with your red top rag. :)
I guess u have to deposit over a certain period of time to keep the account "active" just live chat em n say oi!
Funnily enough they have locked me out of that too now, I can't do any of their offers. When I log in now I get a big banner taking up the whole page telling me I'm not allowed to any offers as I haven't deposited, yet obviously I did to open the account.
Definitely for everyone lol
Thanks for the info. I think I'm literally never gambling again. A fiver's a fiver, whatever, but the situation you've described is just cynical. "You'll give us money" is how they roll
It's not fair but they do the same even with customers who don't use the free bets and who just win a lot more than they lose. A colleague of mine really researches horse stuff and does accumulators on the racing, just £1-£3 stakes but potential for large returns, especially when he cashes in early. He does very well out of it and some bookies have stake restricted him as a result, so he can only bet a few pennies with them. Purely because he has bet and won. None of it's fair but they can do what they want.
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