Wimbledon 2017: A Choice of New Customer Enhanced Offers from Across the Sportsbooks
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The third Grand Slam of the year and one of the most historic sporting events still on the calendar gets underway in SW17 on Monday. The Wimbledon tennis championships have arrived and it’s an event that’s been embraced by spectators and bookmakers alike.
We’ve seen one of the biggest sets of new customer price boosts for this event so let’s get straight underway and review the best of them.
A Choice of Three from 888Sport
All of the offers that have dropped in so far have focused on the Men’s Singles title and with 888Sport, you can pick between three players – Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. The enhanced prices on offer in this respect are 20/1 on Federer, 33/1 on Murray and 36/1 on Nadal so firstly, let’s see how they compare with the standard markets.
Currently, Roger Federer is the marginal favourite with the bookmakers and you can back the Swiss in the standard result betting at best odds of 9/4 with bet365 and Winner Sports. Murray is on offer at a top price of 5/1 with Boylesports while Nadal can also be found at the same best of 5/1 with Winner Sports.
The promotion itself, like all of these deals, is for new customers only so if you don’t already hold an account with 888 you can sign up via the link in a quick and easy process. For all of these offers, we recommend using a debit or credit card for funding as eWallets such as Skrill and Neteller are frequently excluded.
Deposit at least £10.00 here and with funds available you must stake a maximum of £5.00 on your chosen player. If you are a winner, returns at 888Sport’s standard book price will come back into your new account while the balance, up to whichever price boost is applicable, arrives as a free bet token within 72 hours of settlement and you then have 7 days to use it before it expires.
8/1 on Andy Murray with BetBright
BetBright are more selective as to when they get involved with this type of offer but their deals are certainly worth waiting for. The new customer promo here takes Andy Murray’s price up to 8/1 to win Wimbledon but the fixed stake is set at £25.00 so the returns are potentially higher.
The process is essentially the same so sign up first and then deposit at least £25.00 into that new account. Back Murray to win the Wimbledon Men’s Singles title in 2017 at £25.00 – you can stake more than this but only the first £25.00 is applicable to the offer. If you and Andy Murray win, returns at BetBright’s book price – currently 3/1 – come back as cash into your account with the balance issued as free bet tokens.
Murray to Win First Match at 25/1 with Coral
Coral have also focussed on Andy Murray but this time they are giving 25/1 on the Scot to win his first match. At the time of writing, qualifying was continuing and Murray’s opponent had yet to be decided but he will be heavily seeded and therefore a hot favourite to come through.
Once again, this is a new customer offer so sign up is via the link and you then need to deposit at least £5.00 with a debit or credit card. The fixed stake for the bet is £1.00 and if Murray comes through that game, you will be paid into your account at the book price with the balance arriving as free bet tokens.
There is an added bonus with the Coral deals and if Andy Murray were to lose his match, you will receive a £5.00 free bet but please note that with Coral, these tokens have a brief 4 day expiry limit.
Federer or Murray with Paddy Power
Paddy have given us two options for Wimbledon with enhanced odds of 40/1 on Roger Federer or 50/1 on Andy Murray. By now, the process will be very familiar; sign up via the link, register your details and deposit at least £5.00 using a debit or credit card.
Pick your player from those two options and stake the fixed amount of £1.00. Any profits at Paddy Power’s standard book price come back to you as cash with the balance, up to the specific price boost, being issued as free bet tokens.
Please check all terms and conditions of these promos, including those relating to free bets and their expiry dates but here are four bookmakers listing some great price boost options for Wimbledon 2017.