Redmond, WA (PRWEB) February 1, 2006
The biggest sporting event of the year is almost upon us, and Super Bowl XL, which sees the Steelers take on the Seahawks this Sunday, will also be the biggest sports betting event of the year. Sports handicapping services traditionally increase their prices for the Super Bowl as thousands of sports bettors look to NFL handicapping experts for their game picks. But one new service, Mycapper.com, which features NFL handicappers like Big Al McMordie, Larry Ness, and Marc Lawrence, will give away a Super Bowl XL pick for free.
When the 2005/06 NFL playoffs began Mycapper took the innovative and highly unusual step of giving away free picks for critical NFL playoff games, and the results have been very lucrative for everyone who took the time to register on their new website. They began the NFL playoffs by picking the under for total points in the wildcard clash between the Redskins and the Buccaneers. The pick won easily.
Their following free NFL playoff pick appeared far riskier when they tipped the underdog Carolina Panthers to upset the fancied Chicago Bears. In fact, the free pick went as far to say that the Panthers would win the game straight up and not merely against the spread (the Panthers were spotted 3 points). The pick won easily once again.
Mycapper then proceeded to give away their third consecutive free NFL winner for the AFC Conference Championship game between the Steelers and the Broncos. All three picks were by MasterBets. Now MasterBets have released their free Super Bowl pick on Mycapper.com. It's a total points pick, and will undoubtedly attract the attention of thousands of potential super bowl bettors.
Mycapper.com has a very simple mission: to provide their clients with transparent and honest service. All sports picks sold on the website are guaranteed, so that clients only pay for the picks that actually win. Losing picks are all subject to a unique credit refund guarantee. Mycapper.com also gives away at least one free sports pick per day, and covers all major US sports.