With less than a month to go until the football season returns around Europe, the top teams have been setting out on a series of friendlies as they complete their preparations for the new campaign. With no major football tournament this summer, it’s been a quiet period in terms of football offers and promotions from around the sportsbooks but Coral have just issued a deal which is worth more than a second look.
Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal take on old foes Bayern Munich in China on Wednesday and if a yellow card is shown in this match, Coral will pay new customers at enhanced odds of 25/1. And, even if the bet doesn’t land, this bookmaker will issue a free bet token worth £5.00 so players can enjoy some form of reward no matter what happens.
If, therefore, you don’t already hold an account over at Coral, here’s what you need to do in order to take this up.
Sign up via the link in a very quick and easy process and in around two minutes you should find yourself at the cashier’s page. Credit a minimum of £5.00 at this point but do not use Skrill, Neteller or paysafecard to do this as these options are excluded and will render the promotion null and void if you try to use them.
We recommend a debit or credit card at this point as either will qualify and your funds should be made available right away. With those funds having cleared, you can stake the fixed amount of £1.00 on this special bet for a yellow card to be issued during the game between Arsenal and Bayern Munich on July 19, 2017 and if you are successful you will be paid in two clear steps.
Profits at Coral’s standard book price on a yellow card will come straight back into your account while the balance, up to that 25/1 figure will be issued as free bet tokens. Remember that you will also get a free bet token worth £5.00 if no yellow card is shown but please note that these tokens have a relatively short shelf life at Coral and they will expire after 4 days.
Sometimes a friendly game can be just – friendly! With teams just warming up ahead of the new campaign these can be entertaining matches but on occasions there is little in the way of fierce tackling and ill-discipline.
Remember, however, that Arsenal and Bayern Munich aren’t exactly the best of friends with the German side having knocked the Gunners out of the Champions League in emphatic fashion last season. This could yet prove to be a very feisty affair and bookings can be dished out for soft tackles these days so check all the terms and conditions of what may be one of the best price boost deals ahead of the 2017/18 campaign.