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Best Cyber Monday Sports Betting Deals for 2013

Best Cyber Monday Sports Betting Deals for 2013

As the phenomenon that is Cyber Monday fast approaches, online shoppers are salivating at the prospect of the great deals to be had on clothes, gadgets and other items. And when talking about the great holiday season deals, sports bets are no exception.

While any bet in sports is far from a sure thing, there are a few picks out there right now that have the potential to payoff for bettors. So for those in search of Cyber Monday’s best deals in sports betting, it’s time to sit back, relax and look no further.

These are 5 of the best Cyber Monday sports betting deals for 2013

*All odds and payouts as of November 28.

1. Colorado Avalanche to Win Stanley Cup (+1,000)


The Avs were one of the hottest teams out of the gate, when nobody expected them to even compete in the very tough Western Conference. They have cooled off a bit since, but still currently sit well within playoff position in the conference, with a couple of games on both the Blackhawks and Blues who are ahead of them in the division.

With players like Landeskog and MacKinnon still finding their way in the NHL, this young team will continue to learn and get better as the season progresses. All of these young players are of winning pedigree — look for them to capitalize on that once playoff hockey rolls around.

2. Saints to win over Seahawks (+225)


It’s not every day that you get a 9-2 team as +225 underdogs on the road, which is what the Saints will be when they travel to Seattle.

The Seahawks definitely have a lot of things going for them –coming off a bye, a perfect 13-0 home record since 2012, and the top-ranked pass defense by DVOA – but their secondary took a hit this week with the suspensions of cornerbacks Walter Thurmond and Brandon Browner due to substance abuse.

That’s not the ideal way to prepare for Drew Brees and the Saints, who own the #3-ranked offense in the NFL by DVOA. What would be ideal  is doubling up $50 into $112.50 in the event of a Saints win over possible NFC playoff foes.

3. Pirates to Win World Series (+2,500)


We live in a brave new world in which the president is Barrack Obama and the Pirates make the playoffs. So why not dream bigger?

Pittsburgh has seen its win total increase in each of the past three years (they won 92 games last year), and that trend could very well continue this coming season. They will have reigning NL MVP Andrew McCutchen at the heart of their line-up, while former no. 1 overall pick Gerrit Cole will get his first full season in the Pirates’ rotation.

The Pirates defied the odds last season, and so can you. $50 on the +2500 Pirates to win it all would net a staggering $1250. Stranger things have happened.

4. Andre Williams to Win Heisman (+1,000)


Jameis Winston looked to have the Heisman hardware in the bag – until his certain legal issue propped up. Until some major developments happen, Winston is the obvious front-runner. But should Winston suddenly be convicted of a crime, then the race is suddenly wide open.

Taking a flyer on Boston College’s Andre Williams could be a lucrative investment at +1000. The senior running back is the top rusher in all the FBS with 2,073 yards and has been responsible for a mind-blowing 51 percent of the team’s total offense.

So head on over to Top Bet Sportsbook and place your bets on futures, props and individual games — at any time of the year.

5. Top Bet’s NFL MNF $10 Free Bet


Head over to Top Bet on Monday and pick the player to get the very first 1st down of the football game between the Saints and Seahawks in Seattle and win up to $100. You must have a real money balance of $10 in your account to claim the $10 free bet. You’ll find the free bet in the side navigation bar on the sportsbook page.

So hit the sportsbook now and take advantage of any one of these potentially great deals. You can place bets on all your favorite sports all year long with Top Bet.


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Written by Brad

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