Free. Just 4 letters. It has several meanings but as far as we are concerned the best is “not costing any money.”
Combine free with another of our favourite words and we think life doesn’t get much better. Free bets.
Bet365 £200 bonus
- £200 bonus on sports
- £100 bonus on casino
- £100 bonus on bingo
Coral £20 free
- Bet £5 get £20
- App available
- Acca insurance
William Hill £20 free
- Bet £10 get £20
- Easy to claim free bet
- Other offers available
Betfair bet £10 get £30
- Get 3 £10 free bets
- Enhanced odds offers
- Great sports site
So now you are in a situation where the last game may well go your way and you may be quids in. And it hasn’t cost you a penny. How good does that sound?
The vast majority of bookies will give new customers free bets as an introductory offer. As long as you are a new customer and haven’t got an account with the bookie in question you should be able to claim the free bet. Check out our table to see what each bookie is offering.
Broadly speaking, the process for signing up to a bookie online is very similar. Clearly they want your business and they want you to bet with them and as such they make getting on board with them very simple.
There are subtle differences between the free bets and offers. Simply pick the one that appeals most to you and remember you can sign up for as many as you like and take advantage of as many free bets as you can handle. We’ve done most of the hard work for you, we’ve reviewed loads of bookies and all you need to do is click on our links to register with them. Our links take you straight to the bookies and allow you get straight amongst the free bet action. Use our reviews to help you decide which bookie to register with first.
Once on the bookies site (using laptop, mobile or phone) it’s essentially a case of following their instructions to set up an account. You’ll need to provide them with a user name and password and make a deposit, often as little as £10. Make sure that your first bet qualifies for the free bet. There are sometimes restrictions on how much you can wager and there may be minimum odds that your bet needs to conform to, usually 1.5 or 1/2 – if it’s an acca it may be that each leg needs to be at these odds or longer. Once again we provide details of the restrictions on our in depth review pages. Furthermore it may be that the bookie that you have chosen will credit your account with a balance instead of a free bet.
Whatever bookie you chose, you can be sure that Saturday afternoon when you’ve got a free acca on the go and you could be about to make a massive profit will live long in the memory and the fact that it’s not cost a penny makes it all the sweeter.