Tottenham are heavy favourites to beat Brighton when they meet for a Premiership clash on Tuesday night, and the best price available is just 4/7. But Paddy Power is offering 25/1 on a Tottenham win for new customers, on the stipulation that the most they can wager is £1. The winnings are paid out in free bets to be used within seven days.
Snooker’s World Championship starts on Sunday and Sun Bets is offering your money back if Ronnie O’Sullivan wins. You can bet on anyone you like and if the Rocket beats them to the title you get a full refund. The maximum stake is £10.
Accumulators are an increasingly popular option for football fans, and many people seem to be let down by just one selection. Ladbrokes will return your stake if one of your selections in a five-fold acca loses and the other four win. You can bet up to £25 and each selection must have a minimum price of 1/10, while the cumulative odds must total more than 3/1.
Betway will give you your money back as a free bet if your horse finishes second in any live ITV race that has six or more runners. The maximum you can receive on free bets per day is £60.
Coral will match bets of up to £50 for new customers on selections where the odds are 4/9 or higher. Your free bet must be wagered in full within four days of it being issued.
If you sign up with Sky Bet you can stake £10 and you will be given £40 in free bets as a reward. It will be credited as four £10 tokens, which can be redeemed against any single or each-way market.
Paddy Power is offering a risk-free bet of £20 for new customers. You sign up and stake £20 on an event, and if you lose you will be refunded in cash.
Sky Bet will you give a £10 free bet with no deposit needed on single and each-way markets, in a bid to gain new customers.
If you bet £10 at William Hill you will get £30 or €30 in free bets, to be used on outright bets at odds of 1/2 or greater. All free bets must be wagered within 30 days of being issued, and the stakes will not be returned in settlements for winnings on those bets.