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Why take a Free Bet First?
Before you sign up with a bookmaker to place a bet, it’s always good to know thatPick up a free bet now you will be getting a Free Bet first. This essentially allows you to trial the bookmaker first to see if it suits you. A major plus point to this is that if you keep winning with the initial bet given to you, you may never need to make a deposit. Even if you end up losing your first bet with the promotion, most bookmakers will offer you ongoing promotional offers for remaining loyal to them. See below for the different types of bets that are on offer with bookmakers.
It’s common to be attracted by an offer of something absolutely free. As a general rule, in the ever growing race to gain new customers and continued commitment, a free sample or in this case a free bet can work very effectively. In the enormous sports arena that is bookmaking, the free bets on offer are in plentiful supply so it is definitely worth knowing what the different types are and how to claim them.
What bet type should I choose?
This will generally depend on two factors; the type of event you’re betting on and the amount of budget you are willing to commit. Bet types range from many different types including the 1×2 bet, outright bet, In-Play bet and multiple bet. All of which you can find out more on our site.
The bonus you choose will depend on the product you’re planning to use, for example if you’re looking to use a free bet on Cricket Betting. It can sometimes be tricky knowing at first glance what you get with a specific type of bonus, as a lot of blanket terms are used describe bonuses. The most common bonuses generally offered are 100% (or thereabouts) deposit matches, and risk free bets.
100% Deposit Match
A 100% deposit match essentially means that the amount you initially deposit, for example £/€/$20, will be matched with the same value, up to a certain amount. The promotion will usually be advertised as 100% up to the value of £100.
Risk Free Bet
A risk free bet This will generally depend on two factors, the amount of your initial deposit and the outcome of your first bet.
The most common time you’ll be offered this type of bet is when opening a new betting account. These will generally be propositioned as ‘Get a Free £25 Bet’ or similar, and have risk free bet mentioned in the terms and conditions. Basically this bet type is based on your first deposit, or if specified on another bet. In a nutshell, you don’t lose anything, but if you win your bet you don’t win anything on top of your stake and winnings. If your bet loses, you will have your stake refunded up to £25, or the amount specified by the bookie.
Free Bet Rollover Requirements
As with most things in life that are free, there are still certain conditions to bear in mind when taking a free bet. It makes sense when thinking about it from the bookmakers business point of view, and is still an attractive proposition for us, but worth bearing in mind!
Rollover or turnover requirements, depending on the terminology used by the bookmaker is the amount of times you need to play through your free bet or bonus before you can actually withdraw it to your account. Again this makes perfect sense, and stops people from just depositing, claiming the free bet and walking to the bank for a pay day without even placing a bet! So, the rollover requirement is calculated in one of two ways in general:
If you take a no deposit bonus for example and you deposit £25 and get an additional £25. The terms and conditions may then state that the rollover requirement is 25 times. The basic sum to work out for this would be £25 x 25. This means that you would essentially need to bet £625 before you could successfully withdraw the bonus funds to your bank account or chosen payment method.
Deposit and Bonus
Quite often bookmakers will stipulate that you need to rollover both the deposit and the wager. So using the same example as above, but taking into consideration the additional deposit. The sum would be £25 + £25 x 25. Meaning that you would need to bet £1,250 before being able to withdraw.
Need further help?
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