Back in the storied mid-1970s punk era, UK punks went on and on about both getting and giving ‘value for money’. It was this ethos that led bands like The Clash to issue double-albums for the price of a single, despite the fact it meant they were virtually guaranteed not to make any money off the deal. [Note to anyone under 30: albums were like big compact disks. Note to anyone under 20: ask your dad what a compact disk was.] In that vein, here’s a breakdown of which forms of wagering offer you the best value for your punting dollar. Read more.