The FA Cup returns this week, with the world’s most historic club competition having reached the fourth round stage. With a whole host of clubs dreaming of lifting the trophy at Wembley Stadium on May 18th, the favourites will be looking to avoid surprises against lower league opposition, while there are also some clashes involving top-flight teams that are hugely anticipated by fans across the country. A large number of bets are expected to be placed on forth round clashes, however there is potentially no better platform than Ladbrokes ahead of the first kick-off time.
Their latest new customer offer see’s users offered odds of 50/1 on Manchester City, Middlesbrough, Swansea City and Everton all making it safely through to the next round of the competition, with the quarter taking on Burnley, Newport County, Gillingham and Millwall respectively. For those interested, let’s take a closer look at the terms and conditions surrounding this latest offer from Ladbrokes.
Ladbrokes New Customer Offer: Terms & Conditions
Due to the nature of this offer, only those registering a new account at Ladbrokes are able to take advantage. However, given the constant football offerings on their platform, their sportsbook could well be new platform for you for the remainder of the football season. Odds of 50/1 are well worth taking advantage of, even though a maximum stake of just £1 is allowed, as with similar promotions of this nature.
For those looking to take advantage, register with Ladbrokes between 8:00am (UK Time) on Monday 21st January to 3:00pm (UK Time) on Saturday 26th January, 2019, before making an initial deposit of £5 via mobile or online. Having done so, new customers will be able to utilise odds of 50/1 from Ladbrokes for Man City, Middlesbrough, Swansea City and Everton all to win, with a maximum £1 stake. Should one of the teams slip up on Saturday, punters will receive a £5 free bet as a result.
So what are you waiting for? Register with Ladbrokes today, before backing some of the favourites for this weekend’s FA Cup ties.