Arsenal v Man City – Bet365 Free £50 In-Play Offer
Today sees Arsenal v Man City and with it one of the best bookmaker promotions, the Bet365 Free £50 In-Play Offer…..
New customers can get a deposit matching free bet balance of up to £200 as well as the £50 in-play offer.
Here’s everything you need to know about this fantastic In-Play promotion.
How To Claim Your Free £50 In-Play Bet……
Claiming your free bet of up to £50 really is as easy as 1-2-3:
- Sign in to your Bet365 account New customers can join here
- Place a £50 pre-game bet and this will qualify you for the promotion.
- Once that match has started, place another £50 bet on the match.
- If this bet loses then you will receive a full refund after (usually within two hours) the game has finished.
Key Information Regarding Bet365’s Free £50 In-Play Promotion
There are several things to note about Bet365’s tremendous offer:
- You don’t have to bet £50, this is just the maximum. If you are more comfortable betting £10, then do that.
- You MUST place a pre-game bet to receive a free bet.
- Bet 365 do not give you a free bet but instead refund losing In-Play bets. Therefore, you must have the money in your account to place both bets.
- Refunds are usually credited 2 hours after full-time but could take up to 24 hours.
- Only your first In-Play bet will be refunded. If the pre-game bet loses, then you will not get that money back. Therefore, you should make this first bet the least risky.
Best methods of using the promotion
Every punter can influence how to use this promotion. However, there are various methods that we use to beat the bookies.
To make a guaranteed profit in the Arsenal v Man City fixture, you can consider the following bets:
With this option, you’re looking at £26.60 profit for a BTTS – YES and £18.75 for BTTS – NO!!!!!
Double Your Money
Most people are expecting goals in this fixture with neither defence looking too secure so an option would be place the BTTS – YES bet before Kick off and also as your in-play bet to effectively double the odds of the BTTS bet.
This gives you the chance to shoot for a big payout with the only risk being if it ends 0-0 (which can be covered) and you can have a decent £50 In-play gamble!
The safest method is to back a goal to be scored as your pre-game bet and then place your free bet once the deadlock has been broken. The beauty is that even if your big bets lose, you will pick up a profit – unless the match finishes 0-0.
However, if a game is still goalless after 60 minutes, you can back under 0.5 goals to ensure you break even.
- Pre-Game: £50 on over 0.5 goals @ 1/20 (1.05) then
- In-Play: after the first goal is scored…..£50 on Yaya Toure to score anytime @ 17/2 (9.5)
- or those looking for bigger odds you could look at the match score…..2-2 is one we always like…currently on offer at 12/1 (13.0) or wait until the game is 15 minutes in and the prices have got bigger….
As long as it’s not 0-0, you’ll be making £2.50 profit.
• Man City have failed to score in their last 3 away matches in the Premier League. Man City lose or draw 1.38
• There have been under 2.5 goals scored in 5 of Man City‘s last 6 away games in the Premier League. Under 2.5 goals 2.20
• Arsenal have scored at least 2 goals in 5 of their last 6 matches against Man City in all competitions. Over 2.5 goals 1.65
• Arsenal are undefeated in their last 6 home matches in the Premier League. Arsenal win or draw 1.38
These used to be the fixtures where Arsenal were comprehensively turned over, but that is starting to change now as Arsene Wenger’s men seem to have developed a new found sense of maturity on the pitch. Arsenal are unbeaten in their last three league meetings with City, notably beating them 2-0 in Manchester in January. They have managed to get through their recent matches without dropping points, but this will be the biggest test of their thin squad, particularly with Mathieu Flamini and Aaron Ramsey in the middle.
Manchester City have floundered in recent weeks and required a stoppage time goal to overcome managerless Swansea at the weekend. There are also now off field distractions for Manuel Pellegrini to deal with, amid strong reports suggesting Pep Guardiola has told Bayern Munich he will leave at the end of the season. The City boss needs to get Vincent Kompany back on the pitch and his absence could prove decisive in this match.