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Bet £10 get £30 in Free Bets

New customers, Deposit & Place a Bet within 7 days, and settle a £10 minimum bet at odds of 4/5 (1.8) or greater, to be credited with 3x £10 free bets: 1 x £10 Horse racing, 1 x £10 Free Bet Builder and 1 x £10 Football. Stake not returned. T&C’s Apply.

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Bet £10 - Get £40 In Bonuses

New 18+ UK customers only. Register using the promo code WELCOME40, deposit and place first bet of £10+ on Sports (cumulative Evens+) within 7 days of registration. First bet must be on Sports. £30 in Free Bets and £10 in Free Spins (50x20p) credited within 10 hours of bet settlement. Free Bet stakes are not included in any returns. Bonuses have a 7-day expiry. Payment restrictions apply. SMS verification and/or Proof of I.D and address may be required. Full T&Cs apply.i

Bet £10 Get £50 In Free Bets!

Full T&Cs apply. New UK and ROI customers only. The qualifying bet should be a single bet, start at £/€10, and have 1.9 or greater odds. 5 Free bets include: 1 x £10 Free bet on horse racing, 1 x £10 Free bet on football, 2 x 10 Free bet in-play, 1 x £10 Free bet Acca. 7 day expiry.

Up to £10 back as a free bet if your first bet loses

New players only. Card deposit of £10+ required. Stake £10+ on your 1st bet at min odds of 1.5 (1/2) within 3 days of registering & get a £10 free bet if your bet loses. Free bet valid on multiples with 3+ legs & min cumulative odds of 3.0 (2/1). Min odds of 1.4 (2/5) per leg required. Free bet must be used within 3 days of it being credited. Promo period: 01/03/2023 – 31/12/2023.

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Get Double The Odds On Your 1st Bet

New customers. Max £10. 100% Odds Boost token. Keep it fun – set your deposit limit. T&Cs apply. 18 Plus BeGambleAware.org

Bet £10 - Get £30 in Free Bets!

New Players Only. Min £10 qualifying bets stake not returned. Free bet – one-time stake of £10, min odds 1.5, stake not returned. 1X wager the winnings. Wager from real balance first. Wager calculated on bonus bets only. Max conversion: £200. Valid for 7 Days from issue. Withdrawal requests void all active/pending bonuses. Excluded Skrill and Neteller deposits. Full Terms apply.

Bet £5 - Get £20 In Free Bets

18+ New UK+IRE Customers only. Certain deposit methods & bet types excl. Min first £5 bet within 14 days of account reg at min odds 1/2 to get 4x £5 free bets. Free bets available to use on selected sportsbook markets only. Free bets valid for 7 days, stake not returned. Restrictions + T&Cs apply.

Bet £10 - Get £20 In Free Bets

Enter code SBK10 to get your bonus. New UK, IE & Malta customers only. Min £10/€10 first deposit using Debit Card. Place a bet of £10 at min odds of 1.5 and get £10. Further £10 credited after 7 days. Full T&Cs apply. 18+. BeGambleAware.org.

Bet £10 - Get £30 In Free Bets

New Players Only. Min £10 qualifying bets stake not returned. Free bet – one-time stake of £10, min odds 1.5, stake not returned. 1X wager the winnings. Wager from real balance first. Wager calculated on bonus bets only. Max conversion: £200. Valid for 7 Days from issue. Withdrawal requests void all active/pending bonuses. Excluded Skrill and Neteller deposits. Full Terms apply.

Free Bet No Deposit vs Regular Free Bets

No deposit free bet deals may look great at first sight – but they generally come with extremely tight terms and conditions.

It’s fairly understandable because any bookie giving away free bets here, there and everywhere where you don’t have to deposit would soon go out of business. The standard free bet offers from bookies are usually the better deal as they come with much lesser strict terms and conditions. They are also much easier to find!

Free Bets vs Bonus Offers

New customer free bet offers and bonus offers are similar but there is a slight difference.

Bonus offers tend to have higher value but much stricter conditions.

It’s pretty much impossible to find a bonus offer without strict wagering requirements in place, while the best free bet offers usually come without the strict wagering requirements.

With any bonus or free bet deal, the more wagering you have to go through, the less chance you have of winning and coming out on top of your bonus deal.

Different Types Of Bets

An Accumulator

An accumulator bet is a bet made up of multiple selections that make up one bet.

To create an acca you must have more than 3 selections. In order to win your return all selections must come in the way you selected.

Multiple selections from one game would not be classed as an accumulator instead would be a same game multiple which is a different type of bet.

Accumulator betting has become very popular in the UK and around the world in the last 20 years, particularly in sports such as football.

It has become a common phrase in the pubs and betting shops of the UK to refer to the “acca” that you’ve got lined up for the weekend’s fixtures, and these bets have become something of a ritual for those who have an interest in football.

How does an accumulator work?
An accumulator is a bet that combines multiple selections into a single bet that only gains a return when all parts win.

The advantage of an accumulator is that winnings are much higher than a single bet as an accumulator because of increased risk and and harder to predict, only a single selection needs to be lost for the entire bet to lose meaning no return.

When you place an acca the odds of all selections are bundled together in order to calculate the possible returns depending on the stake you have decided to bet.

Why do people place accumulators?

The attraction to accumulators is creating the potential of some remarkable winnings and odds that are very difficult to find on standard match betting.

Another factor is the sheer excitement of having a stake in so many different games which are happening at the same time around the country or even globally.

During the football season, on a saturday afternoon there can be upto 40 games kicking off at the same time.

An accumulator bet can transform those games which are sometimes seen as ‘pointless’ to games of interest as they can be the ones you are relying on in order to win.

The thrill of having a crucial goal clinch your accumulator at the last minute is difficult to match in sports betting and this excitement is what makes accumulator betting so popular in football.

It is of course popular in other sports too, but it has almost become part and parcel of football culture in recent years.

What sports can you place an accumulator on?

Bookmakers offer possible accas on sports such as football, horse racing and tennis but however some bookmakers may not allow you to combine multiple sports in order to create your accumulator.

Are accumulator bets worth it?
Accas are definitely one of the best forms of bet if you want to lengthen your odds rather than betting a stake on a single bet at shorter odds.

The longer the odds means an increased possible return as this means there is an increased possibility of all selections not going the way you selected.

This way of betting can certainly give the bettor the chance of a big return from a smaller stake but it should always be remembered that the increased number of variables you have chosen makes it difficult to win an accumulator.

Before placing an accumulator you should always research every selection carefully based on things such as statistics and recent form to give you the best chance of winning as the chance of the acca not winning is very high.

Accumulators can definitely be worth it at times but should always be backed with caution as they won’t win regularly because of the probability of multiple outcomes being much higher than a single bet.

What is a 4-fold accumulator?

The term ‘4-fold acca’ refers to the number of selections included in the bet and it is the first point of a bet that is referred to an acca. A bet with just one selection is called a single, two selections, a double and three selections, a treble.

What are the maximum number of selections that you can place on an accumulator?

Some betting sites have a limit of 15 selections that you can place on an accumulator but other bookies have no limit to the number of selections that you can select on an acca.

What is acca insurance and how does it work?

Acca insurance is a popular bonus that betting operators offer.

So how does it work? For example if you did a six-fold of teams to win like Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Everton and Chelsea all to win and one of those teams let you down, if the bookie was offering acca insurance and just one of the teams let you down, the bookie would give you your stake back, usually as a free bet.

Our final word on accumulator bets!

Acca’s seem to be the most popular types of bets amongst betting punters. They are generally something you can back with a small stake for a sizeable return.

The betting sites also attract people to these type of bets by providing acca related bonuses such as bet boosts and/or acca insurance. If you’ve never tried an acca before they are definitely worth a look especially if you’re playing with small stakes and looking for a decent return on your bet.

A Treble

A treble bet is where you make three single outright selections, often known as legs, which are combined into one multiple bet.

The treble bet needs all three of the separate selections to be successful for your bet to win. If one of the three selections is unsuccessful, then the entire treble bet loses.

All the selections in treble betting must be from separate events, such as three different horse races or three different football matches.

What is an each-way treble?

An each-way treble is made up of two separate bets, a win treble and a place treble. Because you are placing two bets, the stake will be doubled.

For example, if you place £5 on an each-way treble, your stake is doubled to £10, £5 for the win part and £5 for the place part. This is one of the best ways of betting in horse racing.

Why should you place a treble bet?

As a multiple bet, a treble can increase the odds much more than a single or double, which is what has made it such a popular form of bet, but due to the increased odds this brings an increased risk of losing because of the likelihood of all 3 selections being successful.

The Treble bet can be a good option for squeezing more value out of betting on favourites, as returns are higher than if using the same stake spread across three single bets.

Why pick a treble over a multiple?

Treble bets, like all football accumulators, are popular with punters because there appears to be decent money to be made from small stakes.

Short-odds single bets on their own offer little (if any) potential reward, so combining them into a Treble is understandably more popular because of the increased combined odds it offers compared to those odds on a multiple which means not as much return when placing the same stake.

What sports are the best when placing a treble?

A treble can be placed on several sports such as football, horse racing and rugby.

When placing a treble you can combine each selection with another sport. For example one selection can be on a football match and another can be placed on a horse which is racing.

Football is one of the best sports to place a treble on as a large number of football games are often on at the same time so therefore you can place a treble on 3 teams which are playing at the same time or even on the same day but at different times.

How are the returns worked on a treble?

To demonstrate a treble accumulator style bet, let’s take the example of staking £10 on a bet.

If your bet one has 4/1 single bet odds, your return is £50 (£4 profit for each £1 staked, plus your original stake). Bet two, at single bet odds of 2/1, produces a return of £150 (£2 profit for each £1 staked = £100, plus your £50 stake money).

Bet three, at single bet odds of 3/1, returns a total profit of £600.

As you can see everything from the previous bet is carried over and reinvested into the next.

However if when placing a treble you are unable to work out your returns based on your selections and stake don’t worry. You can find a treble calculator online which will give you your possible returns if all 3 selections become successful.

What happens to my treble if one of my selections is a non runner?

When placing a treble on horse racing and one of your horses becomes a non-runner your bet will become a double meaning that your possible returns will be lowered due to a decrease in odds.

A Lucky 15

What is a lucky 15 bet?

A Lucky 15 consists of 15 bets of equal value on selections in four separate events: four singles, six doubles, four trebles and one four-fold accumulator.

The doubles, trebles and four-fold ensure that with each additional winner your returns can jump significantly as the various multiple bets come into play.

Why should you place a lucky 15?

If you’ve got four selections in different events and you fancy each of them to win, a Lucky 15 covers all the multiple combinations (doubles, trebles and four-fold) and adds the insurance of four singles in case only one selection comes in.

Does placing a lucky 15 come with any negatives?

The main negative of a lucky 15 bet is that all 15 selections have the same stakes (a unit stake) Which means you are unable to alter your stake based on what odds you like the most.

For example, you can’t place less money on longer odds and more money on the shorter odds (often the favourites)

An alternative to a lucky 15 is to add all the bets involved to your betting slip separately. This would allow you to stake more on the singles and multiples that include your most fancied selections and less on those including picks that are more of a long shot.

How does an each-way lucky 15 work?

An each-way Lucky 15 is a type of Lucky 15 in which all the bets are each-way bets. This means it includes a total of 30 bets and the total stake for each-way Lucky 15 is double that of a standard Lucky 15.

What sports are the best for a lucky 15 bet?

Lucky 15 bets are traditionally associated with horse racing, but there is no reason why your go-to bet isn’t based on the football on a Saturday either.

There’s nothing more frustrating than when you carefully research your teams to unearth some value picks, only for a nailed-on home favourite to get a man sent off in the first 10 minutes. With a Lucky 15, the excitement keeps rolling because you’ve got a variety of singles, doubles and trebles still in play.

Is a lucky 15 bet better than an accumulator?

A traditional accumulator is lost when just one selection doesn’t win. If you’re more confident the majority of your selections will win, then a Lucky 15 is the best bet for you and will increase your chances of a positive return on your stake.

Plus with the four single bets, an advantage is that it is a higher stake, higher reward bet.

Can you place a Lucky 15 on football?

The answer is yes you can place a lucky 15 bet on football. If you were to place a Lucky 15 on football you would be betting on 4 different matches but with 15 different bets.

For example 15 scenarios to happen within these 4 matches.

How do I work out the returns of my Lucky 15?

A Lucky 15 uses both your Acca and your singles as well as producing trebles and doubles that reward you for correctly calling 2/4 or 3/4 of your selections.

It’s important to understand how a Lucky 15 works because the potential payout can be huge.

With four selections at say 4/1 and a Lucky 15 stake of £1 (total £15), your return would bring in £1,409.50 – including a win bonus of 10%. That represents a very high profit for a modest stake.

Your return from a Lucky 15 bet will essentially depend upon your number of winning selections and the odds applicable to each one.

Assessing your returns according to the odds available is done using a Lucky 15 bet calculator. This handy tool pre-checks your returns for different odds and stakes, which means you can adjust your betting strategy to what you can afford and the returns you wish to target.

What happens if one of my Lucky 15 selections is a non-runner?

You will be pleased to know that if you have a non-runner in a Lucky 15 is that your bet will still go ahead with the other three selections.

When placing Lucky 15s and one of your selections is a non-runner the bet will stand on any remaining selections. This means any single bets on non-runners will be void.

The Double bets that contain a non-runner will become Singles, Treble bets become Doubles and the Accumulator will now be a Treble.

The lucky fifteen bets will still stand and go ahead but it will be calculated removing the non-runner, obviously, the number of multiple bets will also be decreased.

Bet £10 get £30 in Free Bets

New customers, opt-in and deposit within 7 days, and settle a £10 minimum bet at odds of 1.5 or greater, to be credited with 3x £10 free bets. Free bets must be used on 4 or more selections with odds of 1.3 or greater, stake not returned. T&C’s Apply.