Sports Handicapping Service Announces Incredible Double Your Money Back Offer

Share Article, the premier online sports handicapping service, has announced a unique offer that will turn heads in the sports betting industry. If one of their NFL picks loses on Sunday they will pay out twice the cost of the pick.

December is the time of year when the NFL dominates the sports betting landscape. Everyone is looking for an edge to beat the sportsbooks and pad bankrolls. Not surprisingly, a great number of sports bettors turn to the experts, namely sports handicapping services. There are a lot of them out there, and many offer "pay only after you win" guarantees for their premium sports picks. That means that if the advice does not show a profit the client is not charged for that information. Now, has revolutionized this process with their DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK NFL PICK on Christmas Day, this coming Sunday.

If this premium NFL pick fails to win they will not only refund their clients the cost of the pick, which is $20, but they will actually pay out an additional $20 in free Mycapper credits to all purchasers.

"We have a tremendous amount of confidence in our 'cappers," says spokesman Warren Aronson. "The handicapper who has released our DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK pick has won 17 of his last 23 NFL picks, so we feel that the risk here is minimal." already caused a stir earlier this month when they gave away the coveted selection of the Rose Bowl winner a month before the game at no charge! This free sports pick is still available to anyone who registers on the website, and the betting value is there because this college football game will only be played in early January. showcases sports handicapping information by ten of the best 'cappers in the world, including such legends as Lenny Del Genio, Larry Ness, and Al McMordie. The sleek interface and cutting-edge technology makes purchasing picks a straightforward process, and seems ideally positioned for a hugely successful 2006.

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Marc Weinberg