Win Free Bets With Parlour's Predictor
Added On 26th April 2019
Come On Sports
The Premier League season is coming to an exciting end. Will Manchester City or Liverpool take the title? Can Cardiff overtake Brighton and Southampton to survive their first season in the top flight? What will happen to Manchester United? If you're good at making predictions then you might want to drop in on ComeOn Sports and take on the Parlour's Prediction quiz.
Whilst other bookies prediction games - for example Pick7, Super Six and 4 To Score - are free to play this isn't the case with Parlour's Predictor. For this particular game you'll first need to qualify. Qualification is by placing a £10 bet with minimum odds 1/2 on Saturday and Sunday’s games.
Predict To Win
Once you've done this then you'll be able to play Parlour's Predictor. Login to the quiz and complete five predictions on the weekend's games. The predictions aren't just results based. For example (20th April 2019) players had to predict if Manchester City would beat Tottenham, whether Watford, Wolves and Liverpool would all win and the possession percentage of Liverpool v Cardiff.
It's a bit different from other prediction games but it does make it more interesting. To win a prize you'll need to beat Ray Parlour! Beat the three-time Premier League winner to receive a £5 Free Bet. If you get all the predictions right then you can win a £50 Free Bet. They're not big prizes but we think there's a good chance of beating Parlour and getting a £5 prize most weeks.
Free Summer Games?
Entries to Parlour's Predictor need to be made before midday on Saturday. As the Premier League Season ends on the 12th May 2019 this means that there's only three more chances to beat Ray Parlour. Hopefully ComeOn will bring back the game for another run next season.
The climax of the football season will also see the end of other free games such as Grosvenor Goals, 4 To Score and Super Six. Bookies are continually looking towards free games to encourage players so it'll be interesting to see what plans they have for the summer period - especially with few big sporting events occurring over that time.