The Magpies are struggling right now so Chelsea start as short odds on favourites but new customers to Ladbrokes could boost that win price all the way up to 25/1.
Ladbrokes, along with Stan James and SkyBet, are one of a handful of bookies offering the best market price of 1/4 on a Chelsea win. That’s all you could hope for as an existing customer so 25/1 could well be worth aiming for if you don’t already hold an account here.
To complete this result market, the draw comes in at a top price of 57/10 with MarathonBet while victory for Newcastle United is way out at 14/1 with William Hill and Paddy Power.
If you like the sound of that 25/1 price and you qualify for this promotion then here’s what you need to do next. Head across to the Ladbrokes’ website and register for that new account in a fast, safe and simple process that takes around two minutes or possibly less.
Remember to input the Promo Code BLUES when prompted to do so and when this part of the process is complete, you will be taken to the cashier. Deposit at least £5.00 into that new account using a debit or credit card and the money will appear in your account, ready to make the opening bet.
Staking and Payment
With funds at the ready, stake the fixed amount of £1.00 on Chelsea to beat Newcastle United when these two teams meet at Stamford Bridge on Saturday December 2, 2017. If that bet is a success, you will be paid out in two stages.
Initial profits will be at Ladbrokes’ published book price at the time of kick off – currently 1/4 – and these will arrive as cash as soon as the game finishes. The balance, up to that price boosted figure of 25/1, will then hit your account as free bet tokens within 24 hours.
There is a return of stake if the bet doesn’t come in so, if Newcastle win or the game ends in a draw, you will get that £1.00 outlay back as a free bet token. Feel free to check all terms and conditions but those are the main points and please note that those bet tokens have a shelf life of just four days so use them quickly before they expire.
Chelsea were far from convincing as they edged past Swansea but based on comparative strengths it’s easy to see why the Blues are heavily odds on. If you’ve made a choice, those enhanced odds of 25/1 will be tough to beat for Saturday’s encounter.