Ladbrokes New Customer Offer: Man Utd to Beat Stoke @25/1

Having made an 100% winning start to the new Premier League season, Manchester United travel to Stoke on Saturday evening hoping to consolidate their position at the top of the table. With Jose Mourinhos’s men looking like a new team following the introduction of Nemanja Matic and Romelu Lukaku, a whole host of punters are expected to back the English giants with a bet throughout the week. However, for those looking to do so, there is perhaps no better place than Ladbrokes.

Their latest new customer offer see’s users offered odds of 25/1 on united picking up all three points, substantially better than any other bookmaker in the industry. With the likes of Paul Pogba, Lukaku and Henrik Mkhitaryan having all made fine starts to the season, it is perhaps little surprise that many are predicting an away victory, which will potentially make a whole host of customers a significant amount of money. 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

Ladbrokes offerDue 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 at Ladbrokes, their sportsbook could well be new platform for you at the start of the football season. Odds of 25/1 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, sign up at Ladbrokes before kick-off at 17:30 on Saturday evening, before making an initial deposit of £5 via mobile or online. Having done so, new customers will be able to utilise odds of 25/1 from Ladbrokes for Manchester United to beat Stoke City, with a maximum £1 stake. With Mark Hughes’ men having won just won of their Premier League fixtures to date, success for the visitors at the Ladbrokes Stadium.

So what are you waiting for? Register with Ladbrokes today, before backing Jose Mourinho and Co to head back to Manchester with three points.