France v Switzerland: How To Get 30/1 On Kylian Mbappe To Have 1+ Shots on Target With Betfair

France take on Switzerland in the last 16 of Euro 2020 on Monday, with Kylian Mbappe yet to open his goalscoring account at the tournament so far. However, he has landed a shot on target in each of his three matches so far, and online bookmaker Betfair are offering enhanced odds of 30/1 to new customers for the 22-year-old to continue that streak against the Swiss.

PLEASE NOTE: 18+. New customer offer, max stake £1, enhanced winnings paid in free bets, valid for 7 days, only deposits with Debit Cards or ApplePay count, Exchange and multiple bets excluded. T&C’s Apply.

How To Get 30/1 On Kylian Mbappe To Have 1+ Shots on Target Versus Switzerland

  1. Visit the Betfair website
  2. Open a new account
  3. Bet maximum £1 on Mbappe to have a shot on target at the normal odds on the Sportsbook.
  4. Get enhanced winnings as free bets valid for 7 days (must be used on the Sportsbook).

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Who can take part?

  • New customers only. Available to residents of UK or Republic of Ireland using promo code ZFBDWK.

What do I need to do?

  • To qualify you must first deposit to your account using a Debit Card or ApplePay.
  • Place a bet on the “Mbappe to have 1+ shots on target” market at the normal price on the Sportsbook on the “France v Switzerland” match at Euro 2020. Max stake £1.
  • The qualifying bet must be placed before the match starts, 20:00 28th June.

What can I win?

  • We will payout your winnings in cash at the normal odds & topped up to the enhanced price in Free Bets.

When will I get my prize?

  • The free bets will be awarded within 2 hours after the bet has settled.
  • Free bets are valid for 7 days.

What else do I need to know?

  • In-play bets do not qualify for the promo.
  • Exchange bets, and bets as part of multiples, are excluded.
  • Only deposits made using Debit Cards or ApplePay will qualify for this promotion.

Other essential stuff:

  • Betfair Sportsbook promotional terms apply, see here