FA Cup Final Odds – Get 22/1 for Chelsea to win or 40/1 for Chelsea to Lift the FA Cup

FA Cup betting tips

The 2022 FA Cup final takes place this weekend at Wembley as Chelsea face Liverpool, and we have found two price boosts for the Chelsea fans to bet on.

THese two offers are both for new customers and they come from William Hill and 888Sport.


40/1 Chelsea to win the FA Cup

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Open an account at William Hill and you can bet £1 on Chelsea lifting the FA Cup at odds of 40/1. This returns £40 in free bets if Chelsea lift the trophy.


Promo Code: EPC40


22/1 Chelsea to win the FA Cup final in 90 minutes

10/1 Liverpool to win or 20/1 Real Madrid to win

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Deposit min £/$/€10 using promo code 888ODDS • Bet up to £/$/€5 on your selection at normal odds in the regular market • If your selection wins, we’ll pay you out at the normal price and any extra winnings from the advertised enhanced price will be paid to you in Free Bets • Free Bets are granted within 72 hours and expire after 7 days • Free Bet stakes are not included in returns • Deposit balance is available for withdrawal at any time • Restrictions apply to withdrawals, payment methods and countries & Full T&C’s apply

Open an account at 888Sport and you can bet £5 on Chelsea winning the FA Cup final in 90 minutes at odds of 22/1.

This returns £110 if Chelsea win in 90 minutes, paid in cash at the normal odds, and topped up in free bets to £110.


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Chelsea Odds Boosts FA Cup Final

Both of these are sign-up offers for new customers on the FA Cup final this weekend. You can get them by opening a new account with the links above and picking which Chelsea price boost you want to bet on.

Chelsea are the slight underdogs to win the FA Cup against Liverpool, with the bookies pricing them at around 5/2 to win in 90 minutes and 13/8 to lift the FA Cup trophy.


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