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Champions League Free Bet Offer: Man City to Qualify vs Real Madrid 35/1

Matthew Glazier for Bookies.com

Matthew Glazier  | 5 mins

Champions League Free Bet Offer: Man City to Qualify vs Real Madrid 35/1

Manchester City are the reigning European champions, and they start their quarter-final second leg with Real Madrid at 3-3 after a remarkable first leg at the Bernabeu last week. The Cityzens are strong favourites to qualify for a semi-final against either Bayern Munich or Arsenal with most football betting sites, with the teams having clashed at the knockout stage of the competition last season. On that occasion, it was the English side who ran out 4-0 winners at the Etihad Stadium after drawing the first leg in Madrid.

Man City are still on for another historic treble and are in the box seat in the Premier League after recent slips from Arsenal and Liverpool. New customers who open a Parimatch betting account can get 35/1 that City will qualify for the semi-final Wednesday night, with extra winnings being paid in free bets if they can get the job done.

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This article will inform you how to qualify for the 35/1 price boost, that is much better than the odds-on you will get on City qualifying elsewhere, and it only takes a few minutes to register a Parimatch betting account. It’s sure to be an attractive offer to new customers who only have to risk £1 of their own money in order to potentially secure a nice haul of winnings with this UK betting site.

How to Get 35/1 that Man City Qualify for Champions League Semi-Final

Let’s get started by signing up for a new Parimatch betting account. Register your details in a couple of minutes and then opt into this City 35/1 promotion. You can find this on the OFFERS tab, and that will ensure that you are qualified to benefit should the forward find the net in this game.

Now you can go ahead and make a first deposit into your betting account. You should use a debit card or Apple Pay, which can be registered securely before you can fund your balance with at least £5. Once you have a funded balance, you are then in a position to place your qualifying bet.

You can then head to the Manchester City vs Real Madrid betting page and choose the to qualify market. Select City from the list and tap on the regular odds.

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You will find that this selection is now on the Parimatch betting slip, and you should select exactly £1 at the regular odds. Don’t worry, you will still qualify for the 35/1 price boost should City overcome Real Madrid.

Now you can enjoy this Champions League match and hope City do the business for you. Should this happen, Parimatch will settle your £1 bet at the normal odds in cash. Shortly afterwards, you will also receive free bet winnings to reflect the 35/1 price boost that you were able to take.

The free bet winnings can then be used to stake on any future betting selections at odds of evens (2.0) or bigger with the betting app. You are able to keep any profit that is made from the free bet stake, and this is a great way of getting started with a popular bookmaker that offers a fantastic range of pre-match and in-play markets for football betting.

Pep Guardiola's men will be hoping to make it two Champions League trophies in two years and will be confident of getting the job done after the 3-3 draw last week.

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City are trading at a very short price to find the net, so this price boost is a fantastic way of getting extra value on a team who have their eyes on a bigger prize. 

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Matthew Glazier for Bookies.com
Matthew Glazier
Matthew Glazier, the former Head of Marketing at bet365, is a veteran in the online betting industry and contributes to Bookies.com.