Centrebet's Superb Special on State of Origin Game 1

Nobody wants to lose in the State of Origin Opener, including punters. Place your first tryscorer wager with Centrebet and you could keep your cash even if you don't win.

State of Origin…. State against State, mate against mate, and bookmaker against bookmaker, as they all aim to outdo each other with super specials on the superb spectacle. There are plenty of promotions for punters to pick from and Centrebet’s offer on Wednesday night’s Series Opener is among the best. You could save $100 bucks if you bet with the bookmaker and lose!

Centrebet’s State of Origin Offer

Centrebet will refund losing first tryscorer wagers on Game 1 if your selection scores another try in the match. That’s cash straight back into your account if your player isn’t the opening tryscorer but does get across the white line at least once in the encounter. The offer applies to your first bet on the market with a maximum refund of $100. So back a Blue bloke or Maroon man to grab the game’s opening try and if he doesn’t get off to a flying start he could still rescue your money.

Who’ll get the State of Origin Opener’s Opener?

Only 2 players are under double figures on Centrebet’s Market to score the first 4 pointer of the 2015 Origin Series; New South Wales winger Daniel Tupou and the man who grabbed Game One’s first try in 2014, Darius Boyd. Boyd and teammate Greg Inglis share the Origin tryscoring record with 15 each. The latter is paying $11 to be first across the stripe. If you fancy either Skipper to sneak over for the opener; hookers Robbie Farrah and Cameron Smith are both well over $30. Could the Queensland Captain repeat his first up effort in game 3 last year?

Whether you bet religiously on the Rugby League or you just fancy a flutter on this big sporting event, Centrebet’s special is one to jump on. The bookmaker’s offer gives you a fighting chance to keep your cash even if you don’t win. Register with Centrebet and place your wager and you could be a winner before the match is over!