The new Premier League season is now just around the corner, with a whole host of teams looking to take over from Chelsea as title winners come the end of the campaign. The likes of Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester rivals City and United will be hoping to outlast the competition over the next ten months, with punters across the country backing their favourites. As a result, many bookmakers are hoping to attract customers through appealing promotions and bonuses.
Paddy Power are no different, with their latest offer undoubtedly one of the best around at present for English football fans. Customers who place a bet on the outright winner of this season’s Premier League, will get a free bet if their selection is sitting at the top of the table at Christmas. So, whether it be Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United or another underdog who you are looking to back, it may well be worth wagering at Paddy Power.
Premier League 17/18 Offer: Terms & Conditions
This latest offer from Paddy Power is valid from 00:01 on the 31st July, right up until the start of the new campaign the end of the first weekend of the season at 23:59 on the 13th August. Applying to all bets placed on the Premier League 17/18 outright market only, free bets will be paid out should customer selections be at the top of the table come December 25, 2017. Meanwhile, in cases where more than one selection is made, the team with the lowest bet reference number will count towards this promotion.
All online, mobile and phone customers are free to take part in this promotion, while bets placed with free bets are not eligible. Usual Paddy Power football rules apply for this offer, however the amount of free bets available is not yet known. The team sitting on top of the Premier League table is usually in with a good chance of maintaining this position until the end of the season, meaning that customers may well be able to claim two successes off just one bet.
Available for both new and existing customers, log in or sign up at Paddy Power today, before backing your favourite for the Premier League title. Chelsea may have run away with the title under Antonio Conte last time around, however the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal have already spent big in the transfer market, as they bid to knock the Blues off of their perch.