£15.25
Potential Profit
£-1.00
Actual Profit

Tottenham v Chelsea Offer – Betway


Posted by Matt (administrator) Matt
Start Time: 08/01/2019 20:00

It’s Tottenham v Chelsea in the Carabao Cup Semi-Finals on Tuesday night and you don’t want to miss this BetYourWay Special from Betway! Simply place a £5.00+ BetYourWay bet on Tottenham v Chelsea and Betway will give us a £5.00 free bet, plus an additional 50 bonus spins on Rainbrew. Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a potential profit of £15.25 and here’s how…

Key Terms:

  • The minimum qualifying stake for this offer is £5.00.
  • We must placed our qualifying bet on the #betyourway market
  • Qualifying bets must be placed pre-match at odds of 3.00 (2/1) or greater.

Qualifying Bet:

It’s not always possible to lay our BetYourWay selections, so this should be treated as a speculative offer. We know that by using straightforward matched betting, we should be able to extract 80% cash from our £5.00 free bet, so £4.00. That means our qualifying bet is only costing us £1.00 and we could win big!

It’s entirely up to you which BetYourWay bet you go for. Having looked at the selections available, we could place our qualifying bet on Tottenham To Win / Harry Kane To Score / Over 2.5 Goals at odds of 3.25 (9/4).

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Place £5.00 on a BetYourWay bet of your choice

Free Bet:

Regardless of whether our BetYourWay bet wins or loses, we’ll receive a £5.00 free bet within 24 hours of our qualifying bet being placed. Free bets will be valid for 7 days and free bet stakes are not included in any returns. The 50 bonus spins will be credited by 17:00 on Wednesday 9th January 2019 and will be valid on the Rainbrew game for 48 hours.

Using the above selection as an example, our potential profit is £15.25, meaning we would only need to win 1 in 16 times to break even. It really is too good an offer to miss!

* Tottenham won the match 1-0 with Harry Kane scoring the goal, resulting in a loss of £1.00 on this Betway offer. *

Comments


  1. Tony S

    Guest user

    Odds of 2.50 wouldn’t qualify for the offer mate?

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    1. Matt

      131

      Thanks for flagging that up Tony. It’s going to be one of those days! Post updated.

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