Get A Free NRL Bet For Auckland Nines Selections With Sportingbet

Back any side to win this weekend's Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines tournament in Auckland and Sportingbet will give you a free matched bet for the same team to win the 2014 NRL Premiership.

The inaugural Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines gets underway this weekend – as the two-day event sees all 16 NRL clubs competing for the $500,000 top prize.

And the winners of the tournament being at Auckland’s Eden Park will not be the only ones profitting from the competition – as anyone who backs a team to win the NRL Auckland Nines with Sportingbet automatically gets a free bonus bet for their chosen side to win the 2014 NRL Premiership.

Simply register at Sportingbet and pick your NRL Auckland Nines winner before the tournament gets underway on Saturday and you’ll receive a free matched bet of up to $25 for that team to win this year’s NRL Premiership.

For more information on Sportingbet’s NRL Auckland Nines matched bet special, click here.

Sportingbet’s NRL Auckland Nines Tournament Winner market currently has New Zealand Warriors as clear 4.25 favourites to succeed on home soil, with Penrith Panthers and Gold Coast Titans following at 8.00.

Newcastle Knights and Cronulla Sharks are both priced at 9.00 – as they’re the only other sides not priced in double figures.

Meanwhile, Sportingbet are tipping both of the Sydney sides to make the 2014 NRL Grand Final – after pricing Sydney Roosters as 2.50 favourites and South Sydney Rabbitohs at 3.50.

Because of that, it is not surprising to see defending champions Roosters as 4.75 favourites to successfully retain their title, while their Sydney rivals the Rabittohs as 7.00 second favourites to win the 2014 NRL Premiership.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and Melbourne Storm both follow the Sydney clubs with a price of 8.00.

With so much NRL action to look forward to for the foreseeable future, why not join Sportingbet now and get in on the action straight away with their Auckland Nines free matched bet promotion?