Paddy Power GAA
Number one for GAA Betting is not unsurprisingly Paddy Power.
Their coverage of ante-post and live betting on the GAA is second to none.
If betting in play is your thing then Paddy Power has the most GAA markets available.
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Paddy Power GAA Blog
The Paddy Power Gaa blog which previews matches, and discusses the topics of the day is a must-read for those who take their GAA betting seriously. The archive of articles is also a good read/laugh.
Paddy Power GAA Prices and Odds
If you are going to get a bonus, promo, money back on a match then again Paddy Power should be your go-to bookie.
They have also expanded their version of request a bet which is called #whatoddspaddy to cover GAA.
At the time of writing there were seven Gaa #whatodds prices on offer including:
Mayo to beat Dublin @10.0 and lose the All Ireland Final and D. Rock/C.McShane to score 15 + points combined @ 2.75.
Alternatively, you can tweet Paddy Power with your GAA #whatoddspaddy request.
The second biggest bookmaker in Ireland is battling hard with PP and offering a range of promotions on all sports, and specifically GAA.
Boylesports come out as an excellent bookmaker for betting on GAA, whether it be Football, Hurling or Camogie, they have markets on most.
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Double winnings, acca loyalty, acca insurance are all available on Boylesports at the time of writing.
They also produce a Gaa blog so you are never not fully informed when placing your bets.
Add in the current sign up offer and you can see that Boylesports have a lot going on for GAA fans.
GAA Maximum Payouts
GAA betting covers all Gaelic games including Hurling and Gaelic football.
Maximum payouts vary between those bookies who offer GAA.
If you are going for a big accumulator bet then naturally your first port of call should be the bigger bookmakers where maximums can be greater.
GAA maximum payouts will not be as big as they are on EPL football but can still be substantial.
You should also check with each bookmaker for different GAA codes.
Our article on Bookies that Accept High Stakes from Ireland should always be referred to.
GAA Betting Related Questions.
GAA Betting (IE) FAQ's
Which online bookmaker is best for GAA betting
Your first port of call for betting on GAA online should be Paddy Power. Offering the widest range of events and betting markets, across football and hurling Paddy Power also has excellent Ante-Post markets for County and all Ireland championships.
Do Boylesports offer GAA betting?
Boylesports are the second biggest bookmaker in Ireland and support GAA with as many events and markets as Paddy Power. Boyles will often provide promotions and special offers for GAA betting too.
Is betting on GAA easy?
In terms of using an online bookmaker and placing your chosen bets, betting on GAA is very easy. if you have never had a bet on GAA before and are not familiar with the sport, then it would be worth learning before getting involved.