Ladbrokes New Customer Offer: Leicester City to beat Everton

Despite their indifferent start to the season and the fact that they have recently sacked manager Craig Shakespeare, recent Premier League champions Leicester City are more than a match for anyone at the King Power Stadium. For those looking to back them for the three points when they take on fellow strugglers Everton on Sunday afternoon, there is perhaps no better place than Ladbrokes ahead of kick-off.

Their latest new customer offer see’s users offered odds of 33/1 on Leicester picking up all three points, substantially better than any other bookmaker in the industry. With England international Jamie Vardy looking to rediscover his touch in front of goal and Riyad Mahrez a constant threat in the final third, it could well be a long 90 minutes for the Toffees and caretaker boss Dave Unsworth. For those interested in taking advantage of this promotion, let’s take a closer look at the terms and conditions surrounding this latest offer from Ladbrokes.

Ladbrokes New Customer Offer: Terms & Conditions

Due to the nature of this offer, only those registering a new account at Ladbrokes are able to take advantage. However, given the constant football offerings at Ladbrokes, their sportsbook could well be new platform for you at the start of the football season. Odds of 33/1 are well worth taking advantage of, even though a maximum stake of just £1 is allowed, as with similar promotions of this nature.

For those looking to take advantage, sign up at Ladbrokes before kick-off at 5pm on Sunday 29th October, before making an initial deposit of £5 via mobile or online. Having done so, new customers will be able to utilise odds of 33/1 from Ladbrokes for Leicester City to beat Everton, with a maximum £1 stake. Leicester are currently in 14th position in the standings, however opponents Everton are in the bottom three, with just two wins all season in the Premier League.

So what are you waiting for? Register with Ladbrokes today, before backing Leicester City to overcome Everton.