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2011 NFL Conference Championship Playoffs Betting: Sick $2500 Bonus!

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jan/20/2011
2011 NFL Conference Championship Playoffs Betting

The good folks from Bookmaker.com, the oldest established online sportsbook, have upped the ante when it comes to 2011 NFL Conference Championship Playoffs betting.  They are offering a $2500 bonus max (or up to 15 percent of one’s initial deposit).  The bonus includes 500 Betpoints from Bookmaker.com’s loyalty program.

“We are seeing more and more pushes for specific cash/betting amount offers as opposed to the old time 15 to 20 percent bonus options many of today’s online gamblers simply do not understand,” says Payton O’Brien, Senior Editor of the Gambling911.com website.  “People understand amounts like $2500.”

When an individual opens an online betting account, they will typically deposit a set amount of money whether that is $100, $500, $1000 or $10,000 for the high rollers.  That money can be taken out at any time if needed provided none of the funds are used towards losing bets.  Bookmaker.com applies 15 percent additional cash to whatever amount is initially deposited but that bonus money can only be claimed after a specific period of gambling activity with the company. 

“Until now most sportsbooks were maxing at $500 or less,” O’Brien said. 

While odds on the two 2011 NFL Conference Championship Playoffs games are fluctuating slightly, the main lines have been Green Bay -3.5 and Pittsburgh -3.5. 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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