Monday Madness - Numerous NRL Offers on Tigers v Dragons
March 13, 2015
There’s that many offers on Monday night’s NRL match between the Tigers and Dragons we just had to tell you about them. If you fancy a first tryscorer bet or a straight out head to head wager, then the following money back, extra winnings and bonus bet offers are for you. Plenty of online bookmakers have superb specials surrounding different scenarios, so let’s go through them together.
Head to Head Specials
Both Topbetta and Sportsbet are offering refunds if you back a side to win head to head and they lose despite leading at half time. Topbetta will give you a bonus bet back, equal to your wager, up to $50 if the team you select to win blows a half time advantage. Sportbet will give your money back as cash up to $100 for the same situation. Punters who backed the Titans against the Tigers last round received a refund after the victors clawed back a half time deficit to snatch a dramatic win. The Tigers were one of only two teams in round one to win after conceding the first try game. And if either team manages that feat on Monday night Ladbrokes will refund head to losing head bets up to 100 bucks. BetEasy have a bonus bet refund also available on their head to head market. If your choice loses the game but Benji Marshall scores a try you’ll be refunded your wager in the form of a free bet up to $50. But will Benji breakthrough against his old team mates?
Top Tryscorer offers
Centrebet, William Hill and Tom Waterhouse are all offering a big bonus on the opening tryscorer. All three bookmakers will double the winnings up to $200 on correct first tryscorer bets if that 4 pointer is then converted. Select an anytime tryscorer with Luxbet and if you man is first across the white line you’ll not only win your wager but you’ll also earn a bonus bet on top of your profit. The Bonus bet will equal your initial wager up to $50. All of the above offers only apply to your first bet on the market so make sure you choose your wagers wisely.
This is the Dragons second Monday night match in a row after they were last to kick off in the opening round. They’ll be hoping for a better outcome though having lost to Melbourne by 8 points at Jubilee Oval. Can St George Illawarra tame the Tigers or will the hosts hit the ground running in their first home game of 2015.