We are approaching the business end of the NFL season and the big teams are looking forward to the playoffs. Betting on American football will be popular in January and Bet365 has an appealing offer. It will pay out your bet as a winner if the team you back goes 17 points up in any game. That allows you to sit back and enjoy the rest of the action without worrying about the opposition staging a stirring comeback. It also has an early payout offer on soccer, whereby it pays your bet as a winner if the team takes a two-goal lead. Bet365 will match your first deposit up to £100 if you do not have an account there.
Unibet will give you up to £40 back as a free bet if you sign up for a new account and your first wager loses. You can choose any market where the odds are 2/5 or greater and then bet anywhere from £10 to £40 on it. If your bet is successful, you hold onto the profit. If it is unsuccessful, Unibet will give you a free bet bonus of the same amount, allowing you to have another crack at securing a winner. You must turn over bonus cash three times before you can withdraw it. Unibet will also give you 10 free spins at its online casino as part of the deal. It has been offering strong odds on football this season and it is well worth signing up for an account if you like to bet on Premier League action.
Paddy Power continues to run its £20 risk free bet offer. Sign up for a new account using the promo code YSKA30, deposit £20 and play it on any sports betting market. If it wins, you keep the profit. If it loses, Paddy Power will refund you in cash. Most bookmakers give you a free bet on these sort of offers, but Paddy Power will credit your account with cash, allowing you to walk away without incurring any loss, meaning it truly is a risk free bet. It will also throw in a free £5 bet on a same game multiple on football as part of the offer.
GentingBet will give you a £1 free bet every time a goal is scored in the Arsenal v Chelsea game taking place on Sunday. To qualify you must wager £10 on the game and then you will be left hoping for a high-scoring affair. Arsenal have been absolutely woeful at the back this season and Sokratis has been ruled out of the game, meaning the calamitous Shkodran Mustafi or the cumbersome Calum Chambers could be thrust into the limelight. Chelsea have also been leaking goals of late and they may struggle to deal with the pace, movement and finishing ability of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, so it could well turn into an entertaining game with plenty of goals.