Get Celtic At 5/1 To Beat Morton

Get Celtic at 5/1 to beat Morton on the Scottish Cup quarter final tie

Get Celtic at 5/1 with this new account offer.

Thinking of opening a new account with a bookmaker this weekend?

You could do a lot worse than take up this offer.

McBookie have lost the run of themselves and are offering new customers the chance to get Celtic at 5/1 to beat Championship side Morton in the Scottish Cup.

The best price you will get on Celtic elsewhere is 1.09 (1/11) so that’s quite the hike in price.

Be aware that terms and conditions do apply for example;

  • Only Scottish residents can avail of the offer
  • Maximum stake is £10
  • Winnings paid in promotional cash (free bets)

This means you can get up to £50 (as long as Celtic win) in free bets for your £10 original stake. This trumps the usual £25 matched bet that new customers normally get. Opportunities like this don’t come around too often so make sure to take advantage.


How To Get Celtic at 5/1

  1. The first thing you need to do is sign up for a McBookie account. Once there you can make a deposit of £10 to place the bet.
  2. Then you need to place a bet on Celtic to win in the 90 minute result market (WDW/1X2). Remember it must be the first bet you place or you will not get the offer.
  3. Wait for Celtic to win.
  4. You will get your £10 stake back and almost £50 in free bets to use.

And that’s not all!

All McBookie customers will also get a £5 bet on the Scottish Cup refunded if it loses on this weekend.

You can’t say fairer than that. Just be sure to place your bet on Celtic FIRST to get the 5/1 price.

Get a free £5 bet on the edinburgh derby but make sure to place your bet on East Kilbride v Celtic first to get Celtic at 4/1


 

 

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Vincent Mulligan

Vincent is the originator of Scottish Football Tips. He has dragged the site kicking and screaming (him not the site) to become the leading tipster site for Scottish Football. Wherever you see the name 'Fitba Tips' you'll know he has left his mark. Not necessarily a good thing.

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