With the Six Nations Rugby tournament due to start in a couple of days 888 Sport are doing an excellent promotion on accumulators.
Below, we will take a look at how you can make the most of this limited time deal from 888 Sport.
What to do to win free bets
If you place at least 3 accumulators in a week you will win a $5 free bet.
This free bet increases depending on the number of accumulators, up to a maximum of a $25 free bet for 16+ accumulators.
You can get the free bet every week throughout the Six Nations period.
888 Sport offering broad selection of different bets
Each accumulator should have 3 legs or more to qualify, and each leg must consist of odds of 1.1 or greater.
There are lots of different bets on 888 Sport to choose from.
Please note that after signing up to 888 Sport you should opt in to “The Acca Club” before starting to place your accumulators.
New bettors are also eligible to take advantage of an £88 free bankroll offer from 888 Sport, so be sure to grab the code before diving into the Six Nations options.
If you pick wisely you could make a nice bit of money from the accumulator plus get the free bet on top.
What is the Six Nations?
The Six Nations is an annual Rugby contest between England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France and Italy.
It is the follow on tournament from the Five Nations and has existed for over 100 years. In the year 2000 Italy joined the Five Nations to make it the Six Nations.
Six Nations 2014 Schedule
1st Feb – Wales v Italy
1st Feb – France v England
2nd Feb – Ireland v Scotland
8th Feb – Ireland v Wales
8th Feb – Scotland v England
9th Feb – France v Italy
21st Feb – Wales v France
21st Feb – Italy v Scotland
22nd Feb – England v Ireland
8th March – Ireland v Italy
8th March – Scotland v France
9th March – England v Wales
15th March – Italy v England
15th March – Wales v Scotland
15th March – France v Ireland
Six Nations history
Since it became the Six Nations, each of the 6 countries has played 70 matches.
England and France have the best win rates with 47/70 each.
Italy has the worst win rate with only 11 out of 70 games won. France have been champions 5 times, England 4 times, Wales 4 times, and Ireland once.
Through its entire history, under different names, the tournament has been won by England 26 times, Wales 26 times, France 17 times, Scotland 14 times, Ireland 11 times, and Italy never.
England’s matches in 2014 will be played at Twickenham (London), France’s at The Stade de France (Saint-Denis), Ireland’s at the Aviva Stadium (Dublin), Italy’s at Sadio Olimpico (Rome), Scotland’s at Murrayfield (Edinburgh), and Wales’ at the Millennium Stadium (Cardiff).