UK Election 2017: Get Enhanced Odds of 4/1 on Theresa May
The opinion polls may be swinging all over the place but the bookmakers are in no doubt as to the outcome of the 2017 General Election in the United Kingdom. Labour seem to be making a late surge but, with just a few days to go, Theresa May and the Conservative Party remain heavy odds on favourites.
The interest in political betting is on the rise and if you are looking to take a bet on this event, you can get significantly more value via a new customer deal with Paddy Power.
The Tories are odds on across the board with a best price of 1/9 currently coming from William Hill. The bookies can see the only real challenge coming from Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party who are on offer at best odds of 7/1 with Stan James and then you have a huge gap to the Liberal Democrats who are out at 1000/1 with bet365, SportingBet and others.
Paddy Power are among a number of outlets who are quoting 1/14 in the standard markets on a Conservative victory so, this price boost promotion has to be a tempter with enhanced odds of 4/1 on the table. Here’s what you need to do in order to claim it.
As mentioned, this is an offer for new customers to Paddy Power so, if you don’t already hold an account here, you can sign up via the link and register your details. This is a quick and easy process that should take no more than a couple of minutes, after which you will be taken to the cashier to make your first deposit.
Credit at least £10.00 via a debit or credit card and when the funds clear – usually this is straight away – you must stake between £5.00 and £10.00 on the Conservatives to win the UK General Election of 2017. Results will come in from Friday June 9 and, if you are successful with your bet, profits at that Paddy Power book price of 1/14 will come straight back into your account as cash. The balance, up to that enhanced figure of 4/1, is returned as free bet tokens and you have 30 days in which to use these before they expire.
Please check all terms and conditions relating to this promotion together with Paddy Power’s general rules relating to their free bets.
Political punters have pointed to the unexpected Brexit vote of 2016 and the election of Donald Trump that followed it. Both came against the odds and since then, many have been looking for a further upset. However, in France and the Netherlands recently, election results went to the heavy favourites and that trend could well continue in the UK.
It’s not a nailed on certainty but Theresa May to remain as Prime Minister after the 2017 UK General Election is a strong bet and this could be a great promo for those that qualify.