- Minimum Stake £10
- Restrictions 5-fold accas
Premier League Darts Acca Boost
Eight players remain in the 2015 Premier League Darts, so Betbright are offering a 10% win boost on winning five-fold or higher accumulators.
The Premier League will continue without the relegated Peter Wright and Kim Huybrechts, reigning champion Raymond van Barneveld among the remaining eight along with the likes of Phil Taylor and current World Darts Champion, Gary Anderson.
Place an accumulator of at least five selections on the 3-way market bets of Premier League Darts matches this Thursday 9 April at Betbright.
Should you win, you will receive a 10% boost on your winnings which will be awarded as a free bet. The maximum stake you can place is £10.
This free bet you may win cannot be used in conjunction with any other Betbright offers.
Betbright is an exciting new sportsbook operated by Dedsert, a gaming technology business based in Dublin, Ireland using its own, unique technology platform to provide services to mobile, tablet and online. Drawing on years of experience with Ladbrokes, Betfair, Betdaq and the UK Tote, the Betbright team focuses on providing value for money with competitive prices and great customer offers.
Begin betting on Betbright with a £30 risk free bet. Sign up, make a deposit and bet up to £30, if your selection is a loser Betbright will refund the losing stake. Place your risk free bet on a huge choice of pre-match and in-play and on all major sports. Customers can bet on horse racing, football, greyhound racing, american football, basketball, darts, golf, rugby and tennis plus horse racimg form the UK, France, Ireland, South Africa, UAE and USA.
If you’re not already at Betbright customer, sign up now for a £30 risk free bet
Betbright terms and conditions:
– Max stake £10
– Offer applies to 3-way market bets only in Premier League Darts matches.
– One bet per event, per customer.
– Boost is applied as a free bet.
– Free bet stakes do not qualify.
– Cannot be used with other offers.
– Offer only available on 09/04/15.