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Best online betting deals including freebets/bonusbets/cashback @ various bookmakers ** NO REFERRAL LINKS **

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A summary of the best current betting deals, mainly free bets and bet matching with some including cashback via Quidco. Please note, most of the deals are available to new customers only and I URGE everybody to read the terms and conditions when signing up for your freebies/bonus bets VERY carefully. I have focused on some of the more simpler deals, and have deliberately excluded certain bookmakers for this reason. Please bet responsibly.

THE FREEBIES:

Skybet.com - No deposit what so ever, upon registering instantly get a completely free £10 wager to bet on any sporting event. Can be placed on mutiples/accumulators as well as single bets but must be placed as one entity (i.e the full £10). Stake is not returned on winnings. Use the code 'WELCOME' in the registration to receive a free £10 SkyVegas bet. Also you are given 500 free SkyPoker points to spend on the Freeroll Tournaments which run daily and have jackpots up to £100.

Also with SkyBet each week you can enter the Super Six competition absolutely FREE, in which you predict the correct scorelines of 6 of the weekends Football matches for a chance to win £100,000.


THE BET BONUSES WITH CASHBACK:

WilliamHill.com - When registering use the promo code 'F25', and place a first bet of at least £5 and receive a free equivalent bet to what you wagered (up to £25) once your first bet is settled. Free bonus bet is only valid for 7 days. Go via Quidco for £15 Cashback.

Ladbrokes.com - Use the code B150 when registering and place three seperate £5 bets and receive equivalent bets up to £50 for each bet (so up to £150 total). Bet a minimum of £20 and receive £25 cashback via Quidco.

PaddyPower.com - Sign up and receive a bet match of up to £50 for a minimum £10 deposit depending on your stake. £25 cashback for going via Quidco.

THE BET BONUSES ONLY:

BetFred.com - Every new customer gets the stake of his first bet up to £50 credited into his/her betting account again as a free bet. Minimum stake £5 and minimum odds of 2.0.

BoyleSports.com - When you open an account and place your first bet of a minimum £10 stake, Boylesports will match your stake with a free bet balance to the maximum of £20 the next working day.

188Bet.com - Sign up at 188Bet, deposit and place your first bet with a stake of £25 or more, if your bet is lost you can then write a message to promo@188bet.com with subject "code NU125" and in the body text: your User ID, Bet ID and promotion code NU125 and you'll get a £25 free bet .

THE CASHBACK ONLY BETS:

Betfair.com - Sign up using the promotion code AFF025 and
deposit a minimum of £10 and place your first bet. If your first bet is lost you will receive cashback equivalent of your stake up to £25 within 24 hours.


CLOSING WORDS:

Betting is not for everyone, for some can be addictive and I highly recommend if you don't know what you're betting on, don't bet. These deals are just here as guides for anyone who does enjoy the occasional flutter and want a bit better value. Please read all terms and conditions thoroughly as with some deals time frames, minimum odds etc may apply.

Good luck to all.

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    raven
    Remember, for one person to win, there will be many who will have to lose the money. These gambling websites are not charitable/philanthropic institutions giving away money. Stay away. There is no such thing as easy honest money.
    JonesyUK
    raven
    Remember, for one person to win, there will be many who will have to lose the money. These gambling websites are not charitable/philanthropic institutions giving away money. Stay away. There is no such thing as easy honest money.


    Appreciate the sentiment, but if you'd actually read the first bet deal, the only people that lose in that situation is Sky.
    CHEEPSTUFFRULES!
    JonesyUK
    raven
    Remember, for one person to win, there will be many who will have to lose the money. These gambling websites are not charitable/philanthropic institutions giving away money. Stay away. There is no such thing as easy honest money.


    Appreciate the sentiment, but if you'd actually read the first bet deal, the only people that lose in that situation is Sky.


    They are all just old fashioned Loss Leaders designed to try and get some more mugs through the doors by promising something for nothing. Some people may maybe come away with a few quid, but they will more than make up for those losses if they can hook another few poor soles into their site.

    If you even suspect you have half a brain avoid like the plague.
    cibarious
    JonesyUK
    raven
    Remember, for one person to win, there will be many who will have to lose the money. These gambling websites are not charitable/philanthropic institutions giving away money. Stay away. There is no such thing as easy honest money.
    Appreciate the sentiment, but if you'd actually read the first bet deal, the only people that lose in that situation is Sky.
    @JonesyUK - This is more of a tempt them in with a carrot and then hope they will stay. I can't imagine that you really believe that Sky are doing this as a philanthropic gesture due to the current economic climate.

    My suggestion would be that it's more of a two fingered, money making gesture to remove yet more money from those that cannot afford the loss and those who get into betting as a "quick fix" for their financial straits.
    peroxidase
    CHEEPSTUFFRULES!
    JonesyUK
    raven
    Remember, for one person to win, there will be many who will have to lose the money. These gambling websites are not charitable/philanthropic institutions giving away money. Stay away. There is no such thing as easy honest money.


    Appreciate the sentiment, but if you'd actually read the first bet deal, the only people that lose in that situation is Sky.


    They are all just old fashioned Loss Leaders designed to try and get some more mugs through the doors by promising something for nothing. Some people may maybe come away with a few quid, but they will more than make up for those losses if they can hook another few poor soles into their site.

    If you even suspect you have half a brain avoid like the plague.


    Sounds like the same tactic as credit cards, insurance, telephone or any intro offer - caveat emptor
    peroxidase
    Thanks for the compilation jonesyuk
    Daniel90
    I'm always tempted by this. But I've managed to stay afar.. I know I'll become addicted to it. :(
    JonesyUK
    cibarious
    JonesyUK
    raven
    Remember, for one person to win, there will be many who will have to lose the money. These gambling websites are not charitable/philanthropic institutions giving away money. Stay away. There is no such thing as easy honest money.
    Appreciate the sentiment, but if you'd actually read the first bet deal, the only people that lose in that situation is Sky.
    @JonesyUK - This is more of a tempt them in with a carrot and then hope they will stay. I can't imagine that you really believe that Sky are doing this as a philanthropic gesture due to the current economic climate.

    My suggestion would be that it's more of a two fingered, money making gesture to remove yet more money from those that cannot afford the loss and those who get into betting as a "quick fix" for their financial straits.


    I really don't see why this has to become the moral high ground on betting. I am well aware why Sky are doing it, but if you have the ability to walk away (as do a fair amount of people, myself included) then why not?

    Everybody knows the risks of betting, and yes there are some people who are not sensible and don't have money to lose in the first place. But not everybody that bets has the IQ of a fish and expects to win constantly/use it as short term solution. I, and a few friends I know of place a 50p accumulator on 8 football results each week. It is my equivalent to the lottery, I know the chances are slim, but in respect to the lottery the odds are far better and I can at least make an informed guess of the results.

    It's easy; if you have an addictive personality and feel you might be tempted to bet your savings - don't sign up. If you do bet responsibly then I really don't see a problem. This is about how good a deal is if you bet regularly anyway, you shouldn't vote cold because it goes against your ethics/morals.
    thesnowman86
    cibarious
    JonesyUK
    raven
    Remember, for one person to win, there will be many who will have to lose the money. These gambling websites are not charitable/philanthropic institutions giving away money. Stay away. There is no such thing as easy honest money.
    Appreciate the sentiment, but if you'd actually read the first bet deal, the only people that lose in that situation is Sky.
    @JonesyUK - This is more of a tempt them in with a carrot and then hope they will stay. I can't imagine that you really believe that Sky are doing this as a philanthropic gesture due to the current economic climate.

    My suggestion would be that it's more of a two fingered, money making gesture to remove yet more money from those that cannot afford the loss and those who get into betting as a "quick fix" for their financial straits.


    Or alternatively anyone with on ounce of willpower can just have £20 worth of 100% risk free gambles. Or again anyone with an ounce of willpower and half a brain can make an easy £500 through these opening offers by using betfair to do some matched betting again with 100% risk free.

    Never understand why these deals always get no heat - people get addicted to shopping/computer games/food and yet all those variety of deals go smoking hot while these are always shot down because everyone seems to think its guaranteed to become an overpowering addiction the second you even so much think about using a free bet. Then comes the old phrase "well you've never seen a poor bookie have you". Well maybe not but then amazon/apple/literally any other business is not there to do anything other than make money from you. BIZARRE
    Normuk
    I like a punt. No harm in that. I am am educated professional with no debt . A few offers there i may take advantage off. Thanks for that.
    By the way i did sign up with sky a few weeks ago and turned the free 10 bet into 200. Lucky ? Yes! Will it happen again any time soon? Probably not. It adds to the fun of watching a game .
    Thanks again
    cov4theprem
    Cant understand all the negativity. When beer is '3 cases for 20' its hot. Alcohol and betting are both additive.... but fun :)

    chuck it on Big Bucks at Chelts on Thurs then draw it out and close the account.

    lighten up everyone....
    jazferbetay
    Thanks guys i with drew 10.60

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