Online bookmaker, Tonybet.com has taken the unprecedented step of guaranteeing best price on LEAVE (Brexit) in the EU Referendum vote in the UK this week. The bookmaker is open for business on this market until 7pm UK time on Thursday night – betting to a 100% margin, providing unrivalled odds. In addition, if customers bet on Leave (Brexit) with Tonybet.com, and Remain wins, customers will get their money back up to £20 pounds!
Tonybet.com’s UK spokesman Warren Lush said: “We have taken a very firm view that we think Remain will win so we want to attract as much business on Leave as possible. It really is a no lose bet if you back Leave with us as there is money back up to £20 if it doesn’t happen.”
“We also intend to bet in-running on polling day during one of the biggest days in modern European history but we aren’t expecting any major swings. Our founder Tony G has gone on the record challenging Nigel Farage to a €1 million charity bet and saying that he would take any money in the world on Leave and the current management echo these sentiments. We are also willing to take a £1 million worth of action on Leave risk free for punters.”
“It is well known that betting markets are seen as a better indicator of what is happening than traditional opinion polls and we forecast the odds shortening on Remain but not with a dramatic swing. At the weekend we saw record levels of bets on the Brexit market so let’s see how it plays out.”
Tonybet.com recently offered a huge 200/1 that Leicester City would win the Premier League next year when the common price was 40/1 and even went 50/1 on England to win Euro 2016! They have special offers on every single Euro 2016 match, with punters cashing in most recently when Croatia beat Turkey 1-0. Customers got £5 back for every goal scored by the team they backed to win the game outright.
The current odds are 2/5 remain, 13/5 leave (subject to change) and the market can be found in the politics betting section.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is an advertisement on behalf of TonyBet.com and not necessarily the view of The Backbencher.