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Last Chance to Register for Tomorrow's Pro Football Kickoff Event

Dear Reader,

Please check out this special invitation from our sister company Weiss Education about their upcoming Live Event, Wagering the Wall Street Way.

— The Money and Markets Team

Wagering the Wall Street Way

Urgent Deadline:
Registration Closes at Midnight Tonight, Tuesday, Sept 6.

Click here to reserve your seat for free!

Dear

You only have hours left to register for our 2016 Pro Football Kickoff Event LIVE with Bill Hall, called Wagering the Wall Street Way.

Bill is a former editor here at Weiss Research, and a 35-year Wall Street money manager. He's also creator of the new Get In and Win Sports Betting System.

To celebrate the kickoff of the 2016 Pro Football Season and the release of Bill's brand new Get In and Win Sports Betting system he is going to share some valuable predictions and insights for some of the top Pro Football games of Week #1.

There are some great games in Week #1 that kicks off Thursday night with a rematch of last year's Big Game between Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos.

Here's Everything You Need to Attend:

The Event: Wagering the Wall Street Way

Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Time
(1:00 PM Central, 12:00 PM Mountain, 11:00 AM Pacific)

Reservation Deadline: Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Click this link to reserve your FREE seat now!

Bill will also share what his Get In and Win System is signaling for some of the other marquee games in Week 1 including:

  • Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants
  • New England Patriots at Arizona Cardinals
  • Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets
  • Green Bay Packers at Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Pittsburgh Steelers at Washington Redskins

Bill will share what the Sports Books betting lines and point spreads are for the games, compared to what his Get In and Win System is telling him.

Hint...when there is a big difference between the two, what Bill calls "Finding Value," that's where the biggest opportunity for a big payoff is...often with the lowest risk!

In addition, Bill will reveal his top 5 Fantasy Sleepers for Week 1 of the Pro Football Season...and the high-risk games you should NOT bet on in Week 1.

Time is running short though. It all goes LIVE tomorrow!

To register for this FREE event, click here or on the bright button below.

Sincerely,

Nick Moccia
Publisher
Weiss Education

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