Guinness Pint Predictor

Guinness Pint Predictor

Guinness Pint Predictor – How To Play

The Pint Predictor is back for the Guinness Six Nations once again.

More than just a prediction game, this is your chance to make every single epic match even more exciting, beat your mates and win free pints of Guinness.

 

1. Download MatchPint

Step one – you’ll need to download the free MatchPint app before you can start playing. It’s available on IOS and Android.

2. Call It

For every Guinness Six Nations match, there are points, free pints and bragging right up for grabs.

Simply predict the winner and the margin of victory of each fixture to play.

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3. Challenge

You can set and amend your predictions anytime before kick-off. Search ‘Errigle’ to find the Errigle Inn League.

4. Win

There’s a free pint to be won on every game during the 2022 Guinness Six Nations.

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Getting your prediction bang on will unlock a free pint to enjoy there and then.

Getting the winning team correct and the margin within 5 points will bag you a free pint to enjoy from Monday to Friday the following week.

Getting it right within 10 points unlocks a free pint you can gift to a pal. Who knows, treat them right and they might just return the favour…

The closer your prediction, the more points you’ll get towards the league tables each week.

 

T&Cs apply, over 18s only.

Find out more at: https://www.matchpint.co.uk/blog/2055/guinness-pint-predictor-how-to-play

 

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