Euro 2016 Priceboost Betting Odds

Euro 2016 Pre Tournament Betting Odds

With Euro 2016 kicking-off in less than 2-weeks all of the major bookmakers are scrapping it out to get your next bet. The result is they have enhanced their odds, in some case quadrupled them for most of the favourites likely to win the competition, which means a lot more winnings if it come in.

So lets take a look at some of the latest price-boost odds on the market, we’ll update this as and when newer more enhance bets are out.

Betfair have an incredible offer for all you die-hard England fans. Get England to go all the way and win Euro 2016 from 8/1 to an enormous 33/1. Max bet is £10 which means you could win a whopping £330 in bets.

Most bookmakers have the home nation as favourites to win the competition, which is why Betfair are giving new punters 14/1 (enhanced from 3/1) on the froggies leaping to the top of Euro 2016, plus you can get money back as a free bet if you lose, Zut Alore!

Netbet have gone all out to back Harry Kane as winner of the golden boot, they’ll give you a massive 50/1 on the Englishmen being top goalscorer with money paid in cash if you win, plus £5 back as a free bet if you lose. Be sure to use the promo code “BESTODDS” to get this enhanced price.

Another Kane fan boy  will give you 10/1 on Harry Kane being top goalscorer for England. Given that the Spurs forward beat Jamie Vardy in the Premier League this season, we reckon it’s a decent shout.

Winner Sports have a cracking offer for all new customers. You can get money back as a free bet on all outright bets if Spain or German win the tournament. Plus you can claim up to £200 in free bets when you join.

So if you don’t have an account with any of the bookmakers mentioned above, get yourself signed up and take advantage of these incredible deals.

We should point out that because they are enhanced odds that most of them will return any winnings back to the customer as a free bet, you will not be able to withdraw until you have met their wager requirements.

Every bookmaker has different terms and conditions and you should make sure you read them carefully before opening an account and placing a bet.