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Royal Wedding Odds
Royal Wedding Odds
Royal Wedding betting was still available with the latest odds leading up to the big event that will take place during the Friday morning hours (Eastern Time USA).
Bookmaker.com is offering odds on what titles Will & Kate will take following their Royal Wedding.
The favorite is Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, which is listed at -290. These odds mean that a US$29 bet would pay out US$10 (the US$29 is refunded should the bet be a winner).
If you are willing to place future wagers on a long term bet potentially exceeding 5 years, check out Bookmaker.com’s odds on how long the marriage of Prince William and Kate lasts.
Five years is the favorite at even odds, but if you believe the Royal Marriage is doomed from the get-go, one year pays 4/1 odds and a Royal divorce pays close to that at $38 for every $10 bet.
One of the favorites among the Royal Wedding odds in which to bet on will be the color of the Queen’s hat.
Paddy Power still had "white" paying $5 for every $2 bet for the Royal Wedding dress despite orders from the Palace for attendees not to wear white.
While few if any of the US-facing online bookmakers have begun offering Royal Wedding betting, the vast majority of British books already do, and the menu is plentiful.
PaddyPower.com has all the latest Royal Wedding betting odds including Ceremony Specials.
“With under 30 days left until the big day we are starting to see a few more bets coming in,” noted Gambling911.com Senior Editor, Payton O’Brien. “It remains to be seen where this particular event ranks in terms of overall betting.”
Online gambling websites were not in existence at the time of the last significant Royal Wedding between Charles and Diana.
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