New Customer Offer: Patriots to win the Super Bowl
Frank Monkhouse | 5 February 2017
Get 33/1 on New England winning Sunday’s showpiece
We have arrived at the climax of the NFL season as the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons clash in Houston to decide Super Bowl LI on Sunday. As the saying goes, everything’s bigger in Texas, and we prove it with our massive new customer offer.
We are giving a glorious 33/1 on the Patriots to win the Super Bowl. They are the competition’s most successful team, with this being their ninth appearance in the last two. With four wins already to their name, it’s little wonder they go as hot-favourites in the betting. But you don’t want to back them with anyone else, not with Coral giving you 33/1.
To take advantage of this enhancement simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if New England Patriots win the Super Bowl, you will receive your £/€33 winnings in free bets.
The Falcons can’t match up to the big-game experience of their rivals, contesting the Super Bowl only once before, losing to the Denver Broncos back in 1998. They do shape as the plucky underdogs however and have blazed a trail of glory to Texas on the back of a fearless offense. So, if the Patriots slip-up and fail to win the Super Bowl, then we’ll give you a £/€5 free bet to use just as you like.
Bets must be placed between 8:00 GMT on Friday 3rd February and 23:30 GMT on Sunday 5th February to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
Patriots the smart pick
This game is looking likely to evolve into a straight shoot-out, and fans are expecting a classic final, with all the drama that the Super Bowl is famous for. It’s easy to get caught up in the occasion, but that won’t be an option for the Patriots who have done it all before, eight times in fact, as recently as 2014 when beating Seattle Seahawks 28-24. Winning the Super Bowl is second-nature to these guys.
Star name Tom Brady is enjoying another stunning season and the 39-year-old quarterback is showing no signs of slowing up. He is behind everything good about New England at the minute and is already a four-time Super Bowl champion and has been named the tournament’s MVP three times. That experience will count double when things get serious. Back the favourites, and do it at our ground-breaking price.