Join Coral for 50/1 Germany, Serbia and Brazil to win
The 2018 World Cup is now underway and to celebrate, Coral have introduced the first Enhanced, new customer Acca of the tournament. The offer focuses on matches that will kick off this Sunday and three favourites have been nominated so this will be a popular deal.
The games are in Groups E and F, requiring Germany, Serbia and Brazil to all win so let’s look at the numbers and see what those sides are up against.
50/1 The Treble
Brazil have just edged ahead of the Germans as outright favourites to win the World Cup and the South Americans get their 2018 campaign underway against Switzerland in Rostov-on-Don, kick off 7pm UK time. The Swiss are joint second favourites to win Group E and are highly fancied to qualify but the bookies give them little chance in this game, with Brazil leading the way at best odds of 1/2 with Royal Panda for the win.
Also in Group E, Serbia take on Costa Rica in Samara, kick off 1pm UK time. This market is a little tighter but the Serbs remain odds on favourites and can be backed in the standard betting at 49/50 with MarathonBet.
Finally, it’s over to Group F where Germany are available at a top price of 8/15 with Black Type to beat Mexico. That game takes place in Moscow and will get underway at 4pm UK time.
If you combine those three prices then the open-market treble isn’t going to be that exciting so it’s clearly *worth looking at this huge 50/1 price boost in greater detail.
*Significant Terms: UK+IRE New Customers Only. Winning bets paid in cash based on the normal price on our website. Enhanced odds paid in free bets. Free bets valid for 4 days. Losing £5 free bet excludes Coral Connect. 18+ /T&Cs Apply.
What Happens Next
As this offer is exclusively for new customers to Coral, the first thing to do is register for a new account. You can head over to the sign up page, complete some very basic details and in less than five minutes you should be validated and confirmed.
Now it’s time to make a deposit and this has been set at a minimum of £5.00. Please note, however, that Coral exclude the majority of their eWallet providers so do not attempt to use Skrill, Neteller or PaySafeCard as these are not allowable and you won’t be able to go ahead.
If possible, add those funds using a debit or credit card and you will be able to proceed immediately to the next step.
Staking and Payout Process
The fixed sum for the opening bet is set at £1.00 so, with your deposit now showing in your account, stake this figure on this special acca of Germany, Serbia and Brazil all to win when they play their respective World Cup matches on Sunday June 17, 2018.
Sit back and enjoy all the action and if, at the end of those three games, the treble has landed, a two-part payment process will swing into action. That process starts with an initial profit, paid in cash, based on Coral’s standard market price for the three-fold.
That return will come back to your account shortly after the final game comes to an end and the remainder, up to that 50/1 quoted price boost, will then arrive as a series of free bet tokens within the next 24 hours.
Coral usually line up a consolation with these offers and this is no exception so, if the bet fails and any, or all of those teams let you down, you will receive a free bet token worth £5.00.
Please note that those tokens come with a short shelf life of just 4 days and while that is a full summary of the significant points, you can check all of the terms and conditions over on the Coral offers page.
Multiple bets obviously carry greater exposure but like some fixed accas, Coral have gone for three odds on favourites with this one. Germany and Brazil are the two favourites for the outright trophy and while mistakes can happen, they are both expected to breeze through qualifying.
Serbia may be seen as the bigger risk but the South Koreans are much weaker than the side that got to the semi finals in 2002 and they aren’t expected to cause too many problems here. This is a gamble of course but it’s reflected in that huge price boost and this could therefore be the best time to get on board with Coral.