Updated: January 2019

Betfair brings a mouthwatering 40/1 offer for ManCity to win

3 January 2019

After the tumultuous tension that gripped the world of soccer as nations looked forward to the World Cup draws last week, the champions league is here again and the top clubs in Europe go to the arena to footballing war. Champions league is always big entertainment, the thrill, clash of guts and boots and the splash of brimming passion.

Yet more than the swell all these, Betfair has bigger entertainment for you, in fact a chance to earn some cash. What would you say to an 40/1 offer for Man City to win Shakhtar Donetsk? Beautiful right? Betfair is giving you that opportunity as a new customer.

1. Register an account with Betfair today with the promotional code of ZFBA44.

2. Place a bet not more than €1 on Man City to win at the enhanced price market at the ‘New Customer’ category.

3. Winnings would be paid in free bets while qualifying wins would be redeemed as cash. This, however, doesn’t include exchange bets.

4. The duration of validity for these free bets is a week with a compulsory requirement that new customers use these free bets on the Sportsbook.

5. Once the bet gets settled, you get credited with your free bets within an interval of 24 hours from there.

Offer is only available to new customers from Republic of Ireland and the UK. Also, only deposits you made via PayPal, credit card or debit cards are qualified for this offer.

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