New customer offer: 50/1 Chelsea price boost to beat Stoke on New Year’s Eve
Sam Barnard | 31 December 2016
Chelsea price boost to beat Stoke
Another round of Premier League fixtures are upon us, this time in matchweek 19, and Coral are offering new customers the chance to reap rewards by giving a Chelsea price boost to beat Stoke City in their New Year’s Eve showdown.
Hugely enhanced odds of 50/1 (from 1/4 in the normal market) says that the Blues can defeat the Potters at Stamford Bridge.
Simply register for an online account with us, stake a €/£1 bet only on Chelsea beating Stoke with a minimum deposit of €/£5, and you will receive a whopping €/£50 winnings paid out in free bet tokens if Antonio Conte’s men can claim a victory.
If, however, this special does somehow manage to not come through, then no need to worry as you will still receive a €/£5 free bet. You must be aged 18 or over and terms and conditions apply.
Win or lose, you can spend the free bets right across Coral’s mobile and digital platforms, and we are committed to getting your winnings to you within four days, but be quick about taking us up on this new customer offer as it is only available for a very limited time.
This latest in a series of outstanding introductory offers is available from 08:00 GMT on Saturday, December 31st (New Year’s Eve) until the 15:00 kick-off time later the same day.
Coral regularly run promotions such as this, so check out other enticing sign-up odds, or read on to discover specific reasons why this Chelsea price boost to beat Stoke is too good not to take…
Back Blues to make it a lucky 13
Chelsea are quite simply the outstanding team of the Premier League this season, being six points ahead at the top of the league after 18 games – despite the huge competition.
They are also on a run of 12 wins in a row in the English top-flight, just one behind the all-time record, and it seems nothing will stop them.
Stoke are their next opponents and, after just being thrashed by Liverpool 4-1 and on a run of four games without a victory, it doesn’t look good for Mark Hughes’ men.
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