If you enjoy watching football on a Saturday afternoon on sky sports then you will no doubt have seen their competition advertised called super six. This is a popular competition run by sky sports every single week during the football season for the last few years. All you need to do is get the exact score of six different football matches which kick off at 3 PM every Saturday. By dissing all six correct you will win the jackpot of £250,000. But don’t worry if you don’t get all six correct as it is extremely difficult to do so. Last year they gave away £1 million and in a single week there were 53 different winners each splitting the jackpot and taking home just under £5000 each.
There are also prizes for the person with the most correct entries who win £5000 but if there are multiple entries with the same results then sky will use a golden goal option to determine the winner. This involves selecting the time of the first goal in all six matches. If you get the golden goal correct then you win.
It is easy to sign up and playing is 100% free every single week. You can signup through your browser using a link on this website or download the relevant apps for your mobile device or tablets. Once you have an account it is easy to make your predictions and you can do so up to a week in advance or by 3p.m. each Saturday. You can make your predictions within a few seconds or take your time to make the most educated guesses.
This competition is run by sky bet which is a popular betting company which you will no doubt also have seen on TV. They fund this competition each week by enticing players to use their sports book. You are under no obligation to make any deposits or bets which sky bet but if you do you will get lots of great promotions. New players can get a £20 free bet when depositing just 5 pounds. You can even make deposits by PayPal. Remember you must be over the age of 18 to play and be based in the UK or Ireland. Anyone caught playing that is under the age of 18 will have winnings confiscated as this has happened in the past.