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Herring v Frampton Offer – Betfred

It’s Jamel Herring v Carl Frampton on Saturday night and Betfred are getting in on the action! Place a bet of £5.00 or more on any Herring v Frampton PickYourPunt market and if it loses, Betfred will give us a £5.00 free bet. Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a potential profit of £8.75 and here’s how…

Key terms

  • Applies to our first losing £5.00+ PickYourPunt market bet on Jamel Herring v Carl Frampton.
  • Applies to bets that have been placed after 09:00 on Saturday 3rd April 2021.
  • If our bet loses, Betfred will give us a £5.00 free bet.

Qualifying bet

It’s not always possible to lay our PickYourPunt selections, so this should be treated as a speculative offer. If our bet loses, we know that by using straightforward matched betting, we should be able to convert our £5.00 free bet into 80% cash, so £4.00. That means the most we can lose on this offer is £1.00 and we could win big!

It’s entirely up to you which PickYourPunt selection you go for.

Having looked at the options available, we could place our qualifying bet on Frampton To Be Knocked Down at odds of 2.75 (7/4).

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Place £5.00 on a PickYourPunt bet of your choice

Free bet

If Carl Frampton is knocked down, we’ll make a profit of £8.75 on this Betfred offer!

Risking £1.00 to make a potential profit of £8.75 means we would only need to win 1 in every 9 bets to break even. It really is too good an offer to miss!

If our bet loses, our £5.00 free bet will be credited within 24 hours of settlement and will be valid until 09:00 on Thursday 8th April 2021.

* Frampton was knocked down twice, resulting in a profit of £8.75 on this Betfred offer. *

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Matt KirmanMatched Betting Blogger

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