AFL Grand Final Tipping Competition

Free $500 AFL Grand Final tipping competition

The 2016 AFL Grand Final is to be fought out between the Sydney Swans and the Western Bulldogs. To celebrate the finale to the AFL season, Free Bet Deals is conducting a free AFL Grand Final tipping competition where the winner will receive a $500 bonus bet prize. The contest is limited to users of the Free Bet Deals website and social media channels.

What’s involved?

You need to correctly select the winner of the AFL Grand Final and nominate a winning margin. In the likely event that two or more entries correctly select the winning team, the competition prize will be awarded to the participant that nominates the points margin that is closest to the final match result.

The prize

The competition is run in conjunction with bookmaker William Hill Australia. The winner will receive a complimentary $500 bonus bet from William Hill.

How to enter:

  1. Register for the competition by clicking the ‘start’ above.
  2. Entry to the competition is free.
  3. If you are not already a William Hill member, you will need to register a new account in order to play. There are no deposit requirements.
  4. New members can receive William Hill’s sign up bonus and participate for the $500 bonus bet prize
  5. Select the team you think will win the AFL Grand Final.
  6. Nominate a winning margin.
  7. Sit back and watch the game!

Grand Final Preview

What a season of AFL football we have enjoyed so far! The Western Bulldogs narrowly claimed victory over Greater Western Sydney to advance to their first AFL Grand Final in 55 years. It’s a different story for the finals hardened Swans. This will be their third grand final appearance in the last 5 years.

In what has been a very tight season, Sydney finished on top of the AFL ladder and have arguably been the best team all year. They unexpectedly dropped their first finals match to GWS, but have since enjoyed resounding victories over Adelaide and Geelong. The Bulldogs have come from 7th spot, defeating West Coast Eagles in Perth, Hawthorn and GWS. They have overcome all sorts of adversity throughout the season, primarily injuries to key players.

If the Dogs were to get up, it would certainly complete the fairytale, and no neutral supporter would be disappointed. However, they remain slight outsiders, the Swans midfield and finals experience will count for plenty.

Selection: Sydney by 23 points

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