Betting Offers

Betting Offers, welcome bonus and promotions from the best UK bookies

The following are a list of the best online betting offers from UK bookies when you join exclusively as a new player. They often come in the form of single matched or advanced deposit bonus so you have put money in to get the bonus out. And its not free money, so be wary if you intent to try and cheat the system by getting your cash and running. There’s often clauses or wagering to stop you doing just that.

Always read the terms and conditions of each betting offer before you join to avoid confusion. Use our betting site comparison tool for a more detailed look at the differences between each of the sportsbook brands.

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New Customer offer. Place 5 x €10 or more bets to receive €20 in free bets. Repeat up to 5 times to receive maximum €100 bonus. Min odds 1/2 (1.5). Exchange bets excluded. T&Cs apply

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Claiming Betting Offers

You will here us repeat this a million times on this website, read the terms and conditions before you assume you’re entitled to a welcome betting offer. These promotions are designed to entice new players and they’re not about giving away free money every time you join a new betting site. So trying to sign up with multiple accounts won’t work as the sites are pretty good at tracking bonus hunters. The majority of betting offers are determined by how you deposit and bet within your first transaction as a new player. You will likely have a bonus applied when you deposit from a debit card and play for real. Bet365 will offer you up £200 as a matched bet, where as Skybet for example will likely give you a no deposit bonus with you having to pay in first. But with all these betting offers given out so freely you have to expect the terms and conditions to limit the odds of you winning and withdrawing a fortune without paying in.

What is a promo code?

A promo code is often required during the signup process of immediatley after you join during your first deposit. The code will instruct the operator that you are entitled to an offer, normally a welcome joining bonus and this is then applied to your account when you become and active paying player. Always read the both the bonus Ts & Cs along with the company terms during sign up to guarantee you are entitled to the promotion. Promo cards vary and not all sites require them during the joining process. Bet365 for example use a code during all of their bonus scenarious whether as a new player or a regular membership bonus.

What is wagering or play through?

Wagering is a process often applied to betting offers and/or bonuses to restrict players from withdrawing the bonus money without paying in yourself. There are often a tonne of caveates accross the various different operators. But in its basic form if you are given a £5 bonus with 3 x wagering you will need to spend £15. It is likely therefore that your account will be frozen from withdrawels until your wager that amount. It doesn’t mean you have to deposit that amount, wagering means to have play through a total spend of £15. So lets say you get your bonus, there’s £5 in your account. You place a bet at 2/1 and it wins, you should get £10 back plus your £5 (if the bookie allows your bonus to be used as cash, sometimes this is not the case and your bonus stake is not returned). So hypothetically your balance is now £15 and if you spend £10 of that balance you will have wagered a total of £15. You will have met your play through terms and should be able therefore to withdraw any remaining balance. Beware of casino and slot offers, who’s wagering terms are often extremely complicated compared to betting offers on sportsbook

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