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How to Claim the £200 Free Bet from Bet365

Bet 365 offer a massive £200 free bet however when visiting their website, it isn’t explicitly clear on how to make sure you are eligible for the free bet bonus. The good news is that every new account is eligible. Here is what you need to do:

1. Visit Bet 365  and make a qualifying deposit up to the value of £200

2. After, Bet 365 will send you an email with a 10 digit code ending in ‘NCDB2’.

3. To redeem the code, click ‘members’ from the ‘services’ menu, followed by ‘offers’.

4. Enter your 10 digit code and be credited with your free bet.

This information is available on the Bet 365 website too. At the bottom of the homepage, under ‘promotions’, clicking ‘open account offer’ will launch a pop up window, with the details, as seen below.

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How to do an Accumulator on William Hill

William Hill is one of the UK’s leading bookmakers, with a presence on the high street, the Internet and now mobile. If you’re looking for information on how to place accumulators for any sports, including football and horse racing then follow our simple instructions. If you’re a new customer, you can currently get a free £25 free bet, click here for details.

RELATED ARTICLE: 6 Tips to Instantly Improve Your Accumulator Win-Rate

1. Select a Market & Event

First of all you must use the site navigation to pick an event to bet on. The screenshot shows various matches that are available to bet on, along with the odds available.

Select two or more events to bet on by clicking on the odds. Selecting the first column of odds is backing a home win, the second column shows the odds for a draw, and the third column displays the odds for an away win. For this example, I’m going to place an accumulator backing an away Brighton win, a home Milwall win and a draw between Blackpool and Derby.

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Research Shows Manchester United’s Bad Season Didn’t Favour Punters

The 2010/2011 Premier League is now over and Manchester United have been crowned Premier League champions, but is there any validity in claims that the current squad is weak and that they’ve actually had a bad season? To help find out, we attempted to answer the following:


If a punter placed a £10 at kick off for Manchester United to win each of their games during the 2010/2011 season, how much would they have won?

To find out the answer, we had to collect all the results during their campaign, and with Bet 365, get the odds offered for them to win. Where Manchester United won, we calculated the winnings, but also deducted the stakes lost when they either drew or lost. The result? Very interesting.


The punter would not have won anything. In fact they have lost £36 – wow!

The results were very surprising and could be testament to how poorly Manchester United have been this season, even if they did win it. The full data used to calculate this is included.

The Data:

Date Fixture Score Result Odds Outcome
16-Aug-10 Manchester Utd – Newcastle 3-0 Win 1.2 £2.00
22-Aug-10 Fulham – Manchester Utd 2-2 Lose 1.57 -£10.00
28-Aug-10 Manchester Utd – West Ham 3-0 Win 1.14 £1.40
11-Sep-10 Everton – Manchester Utd 3-3 Lose 2.05 -£10.00
19-Sep-10 Manchester Utd – Liverpool 3-2 Win 1.7 £7.00
26-Sep-10 Bolton – Manchester Utd 2-2 Lose 1.44 -£10.00
02-Oct-10 Sunderland – Manchester Utd 0-0 Lose 1.73 -£10.00
16-Oct-10 Manchester Utd – West Brom 2-2 Lose 1.29 -£10.00
24-Oct-10 Stoke – Manchester Utd 1-2 Win 1.62 £6.20
30-Oct-10 Manchester Utd – Tottenham 2-0 Win 1.57 £5.70
06-Nov-10 Manchester Utd – Wolves 2-1 Win 1.25 £2.50
10-Nov-10 Manchester City – Manchester Utd 0-0 Lose 2.63 -£10.00
13-Nov-10 Aston Villa – Manchester Utd 2-2 Lose 1.67 -£10.00
20-Nov-10 Manchester Utd – Wigan 2-0 Win 1.25 £2.50
27-Nov-10 Manchester Utd – Blackburn 7-1 Win 1.29 £2.90
13-Dec-10 Manchester Utd – Arsenal 1-0 Win 1.85 £8.50
26-Dec-10 Manchester Utd – Sunderland 2-0 Win 1.25 £2.50
28-Dec-10 Birmingham – Manchester Utd 1-1 Lose 1.44 -£10.00
01-Jan-11 West Brom – Manchester Utd 1-2 Win 1.67 £6.70
04-Jan-11 Manchester Utd – Stoke 2-1 Win 1.36 £3.60
16-Jan-11 Tottenham – Manchester Utd 0-0 Lose 2.4 -£10.00
22-Jan-11 Manchester Utd – Birmingham 5-0 Win 1.2 £2.00
25-Jan-11 Blackpool – Manchester Utd 2-3 Win 1.36 £3.60
01-Feb-11 Manchester Utd – Aston Villa 3-1 Win 1.33 £3.30
05-Feb-11 Wolves – Manchester Utd 2-1 Lose 1.44 -£10.00
12-Feb-11 Manchester Utd – Manchester City 2-1 Win 1.83 £8.30
26-Feb-11 Wigan – Manchester Utd 0-4 Win 1.53 £5.30
01-Mar-11 Chelsea – Manchester Utd 2-1 Lose 3.6 -£10.00
06-Mar-11 Liverpool – Manchester Utd 3-1 Lose 2.5 -£10.00
19-Mar-11 Manchester Utd – Bolton 1-0 Win 1.4 £4.00
02-Apr-11 West Ham – Manchester Utd 2-4 Win 1.91 £9.10
09-Apr-11 Manchester Utd – Fulham 2-0 Win 1.44 £4.40
19-Apr-11 Newcastle – Manchester Utd 0-0 Lose 1.67 -£10.00
23-Apr-11 Manchester Utd – Everton 1-0 Win 1.53 £5.30
01-May-11 Arsenal – Manchester Utd 1-0 Lose 2.75 -£10.00
08-May-11 Manchester Utd – Chelsea 2-1 Win 2.3 £13.00
14-May-11 Blackburn – Manchester Utd 1-1 Lose 1.67 -£10.00
22-May-11 Manchester Utd – Blackpool 4-2 Win 1.4 £4.00
Total -£36.20


[Shocking] The National Lottery Odds Revealed – Are YOU Still Playing?

If you’re playing the National Lottery then you may reconsider when you read this article. Did you know that if you want to win just £10, you would statistically on average have to play 57 times? No? has calculated the real odds the National Lottery offers and revealed the poor value it offers the people who play it.

For instance, players only have a 1 in 55,492 chance of matching 5 balls, but when they do they only win £1,500. To put that in perspective, if you placed a bet on a football accumulator with the same odds, you would win £110,986! That’s a prize 74 times bigger! Here are the full details…

Matching 3 Balls

Your chances of winning: 1 in 57
What you stand to win: £10

Matching 4 Balls:

Your chances of winning: 1 in 1033
What you stand to win: £62

Matching 5 Balls:

Your chances of winning: 1 in 55,492
What you stand to win: £1,500

Matching 5 Balls (Plus Bonus Ball):

Your chances of winning: 1 in 2,330,636
What you stand to win: £100,000

Matching 6 Balls (Jackpot):

Your chances of winning: 1 in 13,983,816
What you stand to win: £2,000,000

But if the odds and prizes of winning the National Lottery are so awful, why do millions of people continue to play weekly?

Most people playing the National Lottery have set numbers and the fear is that should they stop playing their numbers will come up. Ironically it is this anguish as much as the potential prize that leads many to play weekly.

Some in society will frown upon betting, but not playing the lottery. The National Lottery has done well to distance itself from the perception it is gambling through establishing a mainstream cultural presence, aided substantially by having a Saturday night TV slot. One is able to buy lotto tickets in the local supermarket or corner shop, making it far more accessible than other forms of gambling.

If you are going to play the National Lottery as a bit of fun, it would be our strong recommendation that you opt for lucky dip!


The 2011 Grand National Free Bet Roundup

It’s the biggest betting event of the year as Aintree gets ready for the 2011 Grand National. Lots of punters will be betting today and so bookies remove their free bet offers for the weekend. However has checked all the bookies and has a compiled a list of the  bookies that are still running free bets this weekend.

It’s just three bookies, but if you are looking to bet on the horses this afternoon, we’d certainly recommend one of the three below.

Bet 365 – £200 in free bets – Click here for details

VC Bet – Bet £25 get £25 free – Click here for details

Paddy Power – Bet £20 get £20 free – Click here for details

How to do an accumulator on Bet365

Bet 365 Free BetDoing an accumulator (or also commonly known as multiplier) can be a little confusing on Bet 365. It doesn’t have a separate table like Betfair. To do it on Bet 365 you must make two or more selections, on any event. Once you have done this, on the top right of the website is your ‘Bet Slip’.

Here “Multiple Bet Options” becomes visible, and allows you to do accumulators. Entering unit stake under singles will apply that value of stake to each event, i.e. if you were betting on them separately. However, enter a value into doubles and you are betting on all events to happen to win your bet. Hopefully that makes sense for those who have been asking. Be sure to check out the Bet 365 accumulator special offers, or if you are a new customer redeem their £200 free bet offer.

RELATED ARTICLE: 6 Tips to Instantly Improve Your Accumulator Win-Rate

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