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Added Value Football Betting

 Posted by on April 24, 2013 at 9:23 am  Blogs/Media
Apr 242013

Unibet betting on football can be as simple or tough as you want to make it. Straight bets on the winner, accumulators, laying teams and various betting systems are all available, but there’s one way to make money on top of your predictions.

Just as in the online casino world, free bets, bonuses and extra awards are all available in the football betting world. Wagering money at an online sportsbook, such as Unibet, can give you something extra for your money. One of the most common pieces of added value in the football betting world is free bets. Usually offered after making a first deposit at an online sportsbook, these bets are matched to the same value of your bet.

For example, if you open a new online sportsbook account and bet $20 on a Manchester United game, then you can usually earn another $20 free bet. These free bets are usually up to a maximum value and come with certain conditions, but, essentially, you can earn free football betting money by searching for certain offers.

Another example of added value in the football betting world is money back on certain bets. From time-to-time online sportsbooks will run certain promotions, usually when major football tournaments such as the World Cup are running, that offer you money back on bets you make. These conditions can be anything from the underdog winning, to a certain player scoring the first goal, but all are great ways to boost you bottom line.

Football betting isn’t just a quest for positive results, but added value. While making money by correctly predicting results, scorers and winners is great, you can also boost your bankroll with certain free money offers. Online sportsbooks are keen to keep your custom with extra incentives and if you want to become a more profitable football bettor then you should seek out as many of these as you can.

Matthew Martin

Business manager for Global Football Today. I write the occasional article, but mostly stay behind the scenes.

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