The final takes place this Sunday, November 5, and if any 180 lands during that match, Ladbrokes will pay out at that 25/1 figure.
What are The Chances?
For the very uninitiated, 180 is the maximum score that any player can land with three throws of the dart. Three treble 20s are needed to equal this figure and for the top players, it’s a very easy milestone and it’s so common that bookmakers will not give you a price for this in the open market.
Odds of 25/1 are therefore very generous indeed and if you are new to Ladbrokes, here’s what you would need to do in order to claim the promo.
If you have no dealings with Ladbrokes at the moment then you can sign up via the link and complete a very fast and straightforward registration process. Remember to type in the Promo Code D180 when prompted to do so. This should take no more than a couple of minutes and having input some very basic details, you should find yourself at the cashier’s page.
Ladbrokes will then require you to deposit a minimum amount of £5.00 via a debit or credit card and when that clears – usually immediately – you must stake the fixed amount of £1.00 on this special bet of any 180 to be scored in the final of the PDC World Series of Darts on Sunday November 5, 2017. If that bet comes in, here’s how the payment process works.
Ladbrokes will pay some initial profit at a specially quoted standard book price and this will come straight back into your account upon settlement. The balance, up to that 25/1 price boost will arrive as a series of free bet tokens. These will hit your account within 24 hours and you then have 4 days in which to use these before they expire.
If the two darts players involved have a very bad night and neither of them hits a 180 maximum, you will receive your stake back as a £1.00 free bet token within 24 hours with that same 4 day expiry limit. Feel free to inspect all of the terms and conditions but those are the main points that you need to remember.
The world’s best darts players are in town this weekend and you can watch all the action live on ITV 4 across all three days in the UK, starting on Friday. Michael Van Gerwen, Adrian Lewis, Phil Taylor, Peter Wright, Gary Anderson – all of them are star names that wouldn’t get to the final if they didn’t have a few 180s in them.
We should stress that no bet is ever certain but this is one of the strongest propositions we’ve seen and Ladbrokes have made it simple to get on board and claim great odds of 25/1 if any 180 lands in Sunday’s final.