Ladbrokes #GetAPrice – Request The Bet You Want!

Ladbrokes #GetAPrice - Request The Bet You Want!

We all understand how huge Twitter is now when it comes to the betting industry. It’s our opportunity to speak directly to our bookmaker, and oh, they like talking back. If you’re a new customer, you can get a superb promotional offer from Ladbrokes. It’s becoming a great medium and Ladbrokes is making the most of it. They now offer us the opportunity to get our bets directly from Twitter, just as you would go to a betting shop.

#GetAPrice is available throughout the Premier League, the Scottish Premiership, Champions League & La Liga.

What’s Ladbrokes #GetAPrice

Despite Ladbrokes ‘ website having a vast array of markets to bet on, they understand you might want to place a wager you can’t find.

That’s why Ladbrokes let tweet your own bet on @Ladbrokes to Twitter users. Just use the #GetAPrice hashtag and offer them your custom bet and they’ll offer you the odds.

You can, of course, merge match and player statistics bets such as shots, passes, tackles, target shots and goals and assists and get a price back from Ladbrokes.

How to use Ladbrokes #GetAPrice

By following these easy steps you can get a price on your bet with Ladbrokes.

  1. Login or sign up for a Ladbrokes betting account
  2. Go to Twitter and tweet @Ladbrokes next to your bet and use the hashtag #GetAPrice
  3. The Ladbrokes team will then get back to you with the odds and a link so you can place your bet.
  4. Click the link to load your bet to place it

If you’re looking at some type of betting insurance, take a look at Ladbroke’s own 5-Acca insurance. Acca insurance is great generally as it’s hard to lose when there’s a 5-team guarantee.

Terms & Conditions

When placing the bet on the website, the usual conditions apply, of course.

Prices may fluctuate from the original odds provided, statistics are based on Opta statistics. Ladbrokes are sent daily large amounts of requirements so you should contact them quickly to avoid any disappointment.

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