ComeOn: A zero risk bet at the start of the Champions League

The first matchdays of the national leagues have been completed, we have already taken a break from international matches, now all that’s missing is the Champions League. And fact: Tonight the new Champions League group stage starts with some exciting duels.

At the betting provider ComeOn the start of the Champions League season is taken as an occasion to give all existing customers the opportunity to place a zero risk bet. While other online bookmakers often offer a cash back bonus under certain conditions, such as a goalless draw, ComeOn does not impose any conditions on the reimbursement of the lost amount. If the bet is lost, the wager will be refunded in the form of bonus credits.

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This evening the Champions League group stage will also start for two German teams: Borussia Mönchengladbach will play for FC Sevilla and VfL Wolfsburg will receive ZSKA Moscow. On Wednesday, Bayer Leverkusen and FC Bayern Munich will also take their turn. Leverkusen play BATE Borisov at home, while Bayern are hoping for an away win at Olympiakos. On the first matchday in the group phase of the Champions League, the individual teams are not too easy to assess. For this reason, ComeOn’s zero risk betting at the start of the premier league is excellent.

To take advantage of ComeOn’s zero risk betting, the first thing you need to do is register to participate. To do so, enter the ComeOn user name in the field provided and confirm. It is important to pay attention to the correct spelling, as incorrect user names will not be taken into account. Once registered, the qualifying bet can be placed. The bet must be placed as a pre-match single bet on one of the CL games on Tuesday or Wednesday and must meet the minimum stake of 10 Euro and the minimum odds of 1.75.

Since the maximum refund is 10 Euro, a bet of exactly 10 Euro is recommended. This way the minimum stake is fulfilled and in case of a loss you will be refunded the entire stake. By the way, the refund will take place on 17 September 2015 at 6 pm in the form of bonus credits, which are subject to certain turnover requirements. ComeOn requires a three time conversion with sports bets at a rate of 1.75 before a refund payment can be requested. After crediting, the customer has two days to activate the bonus. Another seven days remain to fulfill the wagering requirements. Small system bets and Asian handicaps do not count.

This is the odds of the German teams

The German teams all but one go into the first game as favourites. VfL Wolfsburg have a 1.86 odds on the win, while ZSKA Moscow will push for an away win with 4.15. Leverkusen should win the home game against BATE quite surely with a quota of 1.21, while the underdog quota is 15.00. The Munich team wins the away game with 1.39 – Olympiakos has to try to hold out against the German record champion with 8.25. Gladbach leads a 6.00 quota to win – Sevilla does not want to lose the home game with a quota of 1.55. After the miserable start in the Bundesliga, even a draw (4.10) would be a small success for Borussia itself.