I write posts like this every month. In order to get a better idea of where you'll find WWE betting lines, I believe it's easier to do two things. Firstly, I look back at the previous pay-per-view, in this case WWE Hell in a Cell, and list the betting websites that had markets open for that show. I'll then list the sportsbooks that had WWE Survivor Series betting odds last year.
Bookmakers That Offered WWE Hell in a Cell 2014 Betting Odds
There were four bookies that offered Hell in a Cell odds.
The 5Dimes Sportsbook has been offering WWE betting for years and was the first company to open betting lines for Hell in a Cell. Odds were published late Monday / early Tuesday in the week leading up to the event. It's worth noting that the company had also set WWE Night of Champions betting odds up on the Monday/Tuesday before that show too. So, if they do go by a similar schedule, the markets could be up around Tuesday 18th November. That's a guess, don't quote me on it!
When they are up, they'll be found categorised in the 'Other Sports' menu of the betting board at 5Dimes.com.
The Irish bookmaker Paddy Power is another constant offerer of WWE betting markets. The firm has published odds for every pay-per-view on the WWE calendar for many years and I would be very surprised if the company didn't have anything up for the coming show.
Paddy Power's WWE Hell in a Cell betting odds were first published on the Tuesday evening leading up to the show, giving fans five days to get their bets in.
If they stick to a similar schedule, we should get prices as early as the 18th. If not, they should be around no later than the Thursday before the event as they're always the first of the British/Irish books to have prices up for World Wrestling Entertainment shows.
When they are up, you can find them under 'Sports Novelties' at PaddyPower.com.
Sky Bet is another company that has been producing betting lines for WWE events for years.
WWE Hell in a Cell betting markets were first published on the Thursday before showtime, so - once again a guess - we should see Survivor Series prices around the 20th of November.
It should be worth noting that Sky Bet is the last of the British/Irish betting firms to close their books. Odds are usually set to close at the moment the events start (1am, or in the case of last month's time change due to clocks changing: 12am).
Wrestling betting can be found on the A-Z menu of the sportsbook at SkyBet.com
The Irish bookmaker Boylesports occasionally publishes betting odds for some of the major WWE shows of the year. Hell in a Cell isn't one of the big events, but the Irish bookie had opened markets for it. As Survivor Series could be seen by some as still being one of the top four shows of the year, it's possible that Boylesports could have something.
The company's Hell in a Cell markets were first up around the Friday of the show, but were taken down some time on the Saturday never to be seen again.
If Survivor Series prices are up, you'll find them under 'Novelty/TV' on Boylesports.com
Bookmakers That Offered WWE Survivor Series Betting In 2013
Five betting firms produced odds for last year's edition of the Survivor Series. Three of which were the aforementioned: 5Dimes, Paddy Power and Sky Bet. The rest are:
It wasn't that much of a surprise to see William Hill not on the list of bookmakers that had WWE Hell in a Cell 2014 betting odds as the company has missed one or two shows already this year. That's not to say they will miss out on the Survivor Series.
William Hill's WWE betting odds are usually up around the Thursday or Friday before a pay-per-view and can be viewed under 'Novelty/TV' on the sportsbook at WilliamHill.com
YouWin & Uwin
YouWin.com and its Canadian-facing partner Uwin.com had been publishing WWE odds for some of the WWE's pay-per-views through the back end of 2013 and for some of 2014. The last event both companies produced odds for was Payback, so I'm unsure where either stands in regards to WWE betting right now.
If either decides to offer its customers prices for Survivor Series, they can be found under 'Specials'. Customers in Europe can visit YouWin.com while Canadian visitors can go to UWin.com
With Survivor Series still being regarded as one of the main events on the WWE pay-per-view calendar, and especially seeing as it'll be free to new subscribers of the WWE Network, it's possible that betting firms that had offered WWE odds for previous events this year might show back up. Here are a few more to keep an eye out for.
Ladbrokes had offered WWE betting for a handful of events this year. The last show the company had lines up for was SummerSlam in August.
If available, markets will more than likely be up on the weekend of the show and can be found on the sports menu at Ladbrokes.com
Betfair has published odds for some of the major and minor shows of 2014 starting with WrestleMania XXX. The company's last dip into the world of WWE Betting came in September when they had lines up for Night of Champions.
If they do become available, WWE Survivor Series odds will be found under 'Special Bets' on the sportsbook at Betfair.com
I hope this has been of some help to you. Best of luck with your bets!
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