After a difficult season, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will have been heartened by his side’s FA Cup semi final win over Manchester City but for now, it’s back to the league with Wednesday night’s home tie with Leicester City.
The Gunners will be looking to build on their turnaround in form and while Arsenal are odds-on favourites to take the points at the Emirates, you can turn those prices to odds against with a choice of two, new customer offers.
888 start things off with a boosted price of 6/1 on Arsenal to win the match. Their own standard book price currently sits at 51/100 while in the open market, you can currently get a best price of 8/13 with the likes of Stan James and Betway.
If you don’t hold an account with 888Sport and you haven’t held one in the past then you can sign up via the landing page as the first part of this process. From here, simply fund your account with a minimum of £10.00 via a debit or credit card and it’s now time to make the bet.
Stake between £5.00 and £10.00 on an Arsenal win in this match and if you are a winner, you will get a payment at that 51/100 book price back into your account while the remainder, up to 6/1 comes back as a free bet token within 72 hours, with a 7 day expiry date.
Paddy have a slightly lower boosted price of 5/1 on an Arsenal win but the free bet terms are a little more favourable so these factors balance each other out. Once again, this is a promotion for new customers to the bookmaker so the first step, if you are not an account holder, is to sign up via the landing page.
The rest of the deal works in a very similar way to that of 888Sport so make your deposit of at least £10.00 via a debit or credit card and then back Arsenal to beat Leicester City on the night. Profits at Paddy Power’s book price – currently 4/7 – come straight back into your account while the balance up to 5/1 is by way of a free bet token.
The main difference here is that Paddy Power’s free bets have a usage period of up to 30 days before they run out.
Please check all terms and conditions of these deals but both represent some good value compared to the standard markets. We know that Arsenal have stuttered recently and have suffered unexpected defeats at the hands of Watford and Crystal Palace but two straight wins suggest they are back and they have a tendency to finish the season strongly.
So, if you think that the Gunners can continue that winning run and you qualify for either or both of these deals, these are prices worthy of take up.