With the PDC World Darts Championship on the horizon, any potential gambler looking to get involved in betting on the tournament, is advised to sign up to an account with Coral – taking advantage of their brilliant £50 free bets offer in the process.
It can be hard to potential punters in choosing where to place their bets due to the array of options from various online betting companies. Such is the battle for every customer’s pound, bookmakers have dropped their guard and punters have never had it so good from a value perspective, in terms of free bets and for the PDC World Darts Championship, Coral, especially, have been very generous to punters.
The welcome bonus that they provide to new customers is one of the best in the business, and can be used as a decisive weapon for punters who are looking to beat the bookmaker.
New customers are entitled to a brilliant sign up bonus of £50. This offer is available online to punters who sign up and deposit up to £30 on their first visit to be used on any of the markets for the Festival.
If you do not want to deposit the full £30 you may deposit a lesser amount and still receive a bonus, for example if you deposit and bet £20 on Phil Taylor to win the PDC World Championships, then Coral will give you £20 worth of free bets, to use as you wish on other darts based bets throughout the week. Another reason to bet with Coral is the way their website functions.
They have a high-class team and rarely do they have problems with their website or any of their products. Although their application aren’t maybe as jazzy on first viewing as Paddy Power, you can always 100% rely on Coral to provide a functioning service.
Betting on darts has grown in popularity greatly in the last 10 years due to the re-branding of the sport by Barry Hearn, which has breathed a new, fun, style to the way in which Darts is perceived and broadcasted.
The simple format, along with the excitement produced through the action, is exactly what gamblers want from their betting. Plus, it also a sport that has strong lines of form and where punters can have strong affections towards one of the players. Maybe they had won some money off that player in years gone by. Raymond Van Barneveld is famous for this and has an array of gambling followers that back him every time he plays.
His fans will be flocking to Ally Pally to give Barney their support and you can expect chants of “Barney Army”, which is a play on the England’s cricket team’s song entitled “Barmy Army”.
He will hoping that will restore the old spark to dislodge ante-post favourite and darting legend Phil Taylor, who leads the betting markets with Coral at 7/4. It seems from first viewing that punters are very confident that the 13-time champion will reign supreme once again and Coral and all their bookmaking rivals will be facing a mammoth pay-out if Taylor is successful.
That price available on Taylor could end up to be a late Christmas present for many backers at the end of December, but considering his recent form, there is value to be had elsewhere with plenty of great each-way alternatives with Coral.
James Wade has been well backed with Coral’s customers and could be ready to win his first World title at 20/1 with the firm. A lot will depend on whether Taylor decides to bring his A-game or not, if he does then the rest are playing for second place.