We’re not going to lie. The All Bets office is flying the flag for Ireland in the Six Nations. We’re not even going to pretend to be objective about it. But do you know what would be even better than our home team winning? A 25% Odds Boost on your bets…
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Ireland won the Grand Slam last year and, at the beginning of the tournament, they were odds-on favourites to repeat the feat this year too. After a few disappointing matches, they’ve slipped down in the bookmaker’s estimations somewhat, but that means it just might be a good time to bet on them if you think they can turn it all around.
If they do pull it all back and end up winning, the fact that you’ll get a 25% Odds Boost on their current price means you could be really raking it in at the end of the tournament.
The nice thing about this promotion is that there’s no opt in required. All you need to do is slightly tweak the way you usually place your bet, by…
Your Profit Boost tickets are available from 00:00 UK time on Friday until 23:59 UK time on Sunday before each Six Nation round.
Remember that only eligible Six Nations matches will have the Profit Boost option available on the betting slip. That’s handy to avoid any confusion!
And it’s a cool 25%. It’s not up to 25%. Your odds boost will be 25% if your bet comes through.
You can benefit from this 25% Odds Boost promotion once per Six Nations round. So make sure you use your bet wisely. And for the purposes of this promotion, multiple bets don’t count.
Yes, the biggest payout you can win each week is €1,000.
You do if you are located in the UK or Ireland and if you haven’t received a pop-up saying you can’t take part.
And obviously, you have to be a Unibet player who is over the age of 18 years.
The final Six Nations matches that Ireland are playing are…