Before You Bet are teaming up with BetEasy in Grand Final week for some fantastic free-to-enter competitions that could see you sharing in a whopping $1,500 in BetEasy rewards points!
Throughout the week of the AFL and NRL Grand Finals, Before You Bet will be running three separate tournaments, each worth $500 in BetEasy rewards points and each completely free to enter!
The action kicks off Monday night with the AFL Brownlow Medal count and the first competition. To enter this one, simply head to the Before You Bet Twitter or Facebook page and find the pinned post regarding the Brownlow competition. Comment on the post with your selection of who the winning trifecta of players will be in the 2018 Brownlow Medal and if you’re correct, you’ll win an equal share of the $500 rewards points prize pool!
But the fun doesn’t stop there. Before You Bet will also be running two similar compeittions, both worth another $500 each for the AFL and NRL Grand Finals on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
To enter the Grand Final tournaments, head to the Before You Bet Twitter or Facebook page once again, find the post regarding the respective competition and comment who you think will win the Norm Smith Medal (AFL competition) or the Clive Churchill Medal (NRL competition). If your selection is correct, you’ll share in the reward points, it’s that simple!
In addition, BetEasy are also running their AFL Finals & Brownlow Predictor competition where BetEasy Rewards customers can share in $40,000 in BetEasy Rewards Points across the Brownlow Medal and the AFL Grand Final. Join BetEasy Rewards today and share in this great promotion!
If you need some help selecting your picks for the opening competition on Monday night, make sure you head over to our AFL tips page for the Brownlow Bandit's complete breakdown of the 2018 Brownlow Medal including round by round voting predictions, group betting, team betting and leader after round betting tips!
And remember, make sure to keep an eye out on BYB throughout the week as we will be flooding the page with quality AFL content for the upcoming Grand Final from our resident Aussie Rules tipster PuntingInDanger. Not to be outdone, our NRL tipster matta91 will be busy this week with previews and betting tips for Sunday's NRL Grand Final between the Storm and Roosters! Exciting times at BYB!
* BetEasy T&Cs apply. Competition open to BetEasy Rewards members. Wagering account not required. 18+ Gamble Responsibly.
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