Betway Free Bet Club
|If you follow our tips via the Football Bet Profit email subscription, you’ll know that we love to get our hands on a free bet. While all online bookmakers have a welcome offer, Betway has extended the free bets from sign-up. The bookie offers a sign-up bonus of up to £30 in free bets for new customers, but new and existing customers can also opt in for the Betway Free Bet Club to get £10 of free bets each week.
Below, we’re going to give you all of the details that you need to know about the Betway Free Bet Club as well as how best to use it and the markets which make it easy to earn.
Betway Free Bet Club Details
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The Betway Free Bet Club gives punters who regularly bet with Betway the chance to get themselves some free bets every week. The rules are simple: Bet £25, €25, or $20 on multiples throughout the week and get £10, €10, or $20 in free bets. First of all, you’ll need to opt in for the Free Bet Club by going to its page on the website. Then, to make qualifying bets for this offer, you will need to back single line multiples – trebles, four-folds, five-folds etc. – on slips of three or more picks at odds of at least 2/1, 3.0, or +200.
Only bets placed with real money – not free bet money – can count towards the £25 total needed to trigger the weekly £10 in free bets. That £25 is the target for the total stakes and doesn’t require you placing one £25 multiples bet, you can spread out your betting into five lots of £5 multiples bets, for example. The week for the promotion always starts at 00:00 GMT on Saturday and ends at 23:59 GMT on the following Friday. During this window, £25 or more worth of qualifying bets must be settled to trigger the free bets. The £10 in free bets is then given to you as two £5 bets – one of Saturday and one on Monday.
With a fairly low minimum odds requirement of 2/1 and only three picks required for the multiple to count, the Free Bet Club doesn’t push players to go out of their betting comfort zone. Getting two £5 free bets instead of one £10 free bet also keeps players’ options open. So, how can you trigger this offer each week in the football betting?
Anytime goalscorers markets
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One of the most popular betting markets for football fans is the anytime goalscorers markets. With the football season in full swing across Europe, fans have had plenty of time to assess the talent and find reliable players to back as anytime goalscorers.
As shown by Sportskeeda, the golden boot in Serie A is still up for grabs with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Mauro Icardi being outdone by Genoa striker Krzysztof Piatek. Sixteen games into the 2018/19 season, Piatek boasted 13 goals, which was two more than Ronaldo and four more than Icardi. He’s become a popular goalscorer pick as his team sitting in 13th at the 17-game mark helps to boost his odds a bit.
In the Premier League, regular top scorers like Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane are being usurped by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang backed by a revitalized Arsenal team. Eighteen games into the season, the Gabonese speedster had 12 goals, edging Mohamed Salah and Kane on 11. Finding his feet under new manager Unai Emery, the Independent reports him being backed to score 30 this season.
Markets for anytime goalscorers tend to revolve around the top five or six leagues in Europe, so while you won’t be able to back the top scorers in other top leagues that Transfermarkt tallies, such as Mbaye Diagne for Kasimpasa who had 20 goals in 17 games, you will be able to accumulate three very strong players to create a qualifying bet. Three selections of anytime scorers should be plenty to appease the 2/1 minimum odds on each bet.
Under/Over total goals
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The Premier League seems to be trending away from being a low-scoring, defense-oriented top division to being an all-out powerhouse for big scoreline games, as shown by Tottenham Hotspur’s massive 6-2 win over Everton this season, possibly as a result of neither team fielding a recognized defensive midfielder.
Part way through the 2017/18 season, Planet Football found that the Premier League averaged 2.57 goals per game, with Serie A leading the top divisions with 2.92 goals per game and La Liga just behind at 2.74 goals per game. Eighteen games into the 2018/19 season, the Premier League had stepped up significantly, boasting an average of 2.83 goals per game.
To add to the upswing of goals, former Premier League powerhouse Manchester United might just be getting back on track to their traditional high-scoring ways. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first game in charge yielded an explosion of attacking football, with Manchester United defeating Cardiff City 5-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium.
In many top division matchups, you’ll find odds that are close to evens around the 2.5 totals goals market. Even if the side that you back is below evens, stacking three should be plenty to get to 2/1 on the bet slip. In fact, coming into the 19th games of the Premier League this season, Tottenham, Liverpool, and Manchester United to each see over 2.5 goals in their games against Bournemouth, Huddersfield, and Newcastle, respectively, came in at odds of 3.39 for the treble.
With so many markets available in the football betting you’re bound to find something which will suit your preferences when going for the Betway Free Bet Club weekly bonus, but these two markets are among the most popular.
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