Free Billy!

Posted on May 15, 2010 by  

Seconds out, Free Bet!

Yes another knockout Bet One Get One Free offer from WILLIAM HILL (sorry about that).

If you stake £20 or more on the double result in Saturday’s FA Cup final between Chelsea and Portsmouth, you will receive a £10 free bet on the Khan v Malignaggi round betting market.

We have been following these for months now and honestly these offers really start to add up plus they are partner friendly too, so what are you waiting for…..

You can now access all the daily free bets directly below, just select Sports and Promotions for all the current offers…..

WILLIAM HILL DAILY FREE BETS

Note: not always just football either. We have had cricket, tennis, rugby and GP offers also, fantastic! Just click on the link above for the today’s offer!

Naturally you will be needing a William Hill account too, so if you don’t have one you can grab a free £25 sign up bet too, all nice and easy as we have all the bets for this on Oddsmatcher

Little tip for any of the live football ones, just use the bet72 calculator to calculate all the figures for you – click here

Here is the link you need to get signed up with:


Comments

21 Comments on "Free Billy!"

  1. Peter Vaughan on Sat, 12th Sep 2009 1:51 am 

    Darren ,
    Billy is partner friendly but isn’t the BOGOF offers they give only one free bet per household /address ?

  2. Darren Hall on Mon, 14th Sep 2009 5:04 pm 

    Me and Mrs Bet72 have been enjoying these offers for months now with any problem.

  3. Steve on Wed, 16th Sep 2009 11:56 am 

    One free bet per cust/acc/house.
    Is this per day or event?
    I.e today bogof on 3x CL games. Liverpool, Arsenal and Rangers can you only do one of the 3 match’s or one bet in each?

  4. Darren Hall on Wed, 16th Sep 2009 12:38 pm 

    Me and Mrs Bet72 have done each one, 6 free fivers credited!

  5. Steve on Wed, 16th Sep 2009 12:47 pm 

    Sweet,not done these yet. Will give em a go now I know you can do all offers. Be a very nice earner

    p.s just put played £1 on blackjack @PP and won. Just waiting for tenner to credit. :)

  6. Steve on Wed, 16th Sep 2009 1:30 pm 

    Hmmm, harder than it looks. How do you lay off the coupled 1st goalscorers in Liverpools game?

  7. Peter Vaughan on Wed, 23rd Sep 2009 10:23 am 

    ‘Morning everybody ,

    Tonight’s Billy BOGOF offer is on the under / over 2 goals and exactly 2 goals Man United v Wolves . Anyone know how to match the bet up on the exchanges please ?

  8. Darren Hall on Wed, 23rd Sep 2009 10:39 am 

    The best market to use would be BACK Over 2 at Will Hill and LAY Over 2.5 goals on Betfair, currently 1.53 / 1.7 so will cost £4.76 to do but the price is on the way down on Betfair so might be worth waiting.

  9. Peter Vaughan on Wed, 23rd Sep 2009 12:37 pm 

    As always ya come good Darren , cheers matey :)

  10. rooster on Wed, 23rd Sep 2009 2:28 pm 

    do any other bookies do b.o.g.o.f ‘s

  11. Darren Hall on Wed, 23rd Sep 2009 2:31 pm 

    Not as a regular offer like these boys do, but any that we find will be up on the site.

  12. sam on Thu, 24th Sep 2009 9:00 pm 

    Do you lay off the free bet with B/F or do you just take a punt ?

  13. tommy on Fri, 25th Sep 2009 3:57 pm 

    hi darren, how do we work the latest free bet with the rugby league match?? (first try scorer)

  14. Darren Hall on Fri, 25th Sep 2009 6:04 pm 

    Sam, always lay the free bet off to lock in a profit.

    Tommy, however in this case could just be a punt on the first try scorer as no market on Betfair to lay it!

  15. Jeff on Sat, 26th Sep 2009 7:04 am 

    have u noticed William Hill seem to be changing their BOGOF offers. on the football they r not just asking for straightforward match result bets as qualifiers but total goals and now HT result on fulham v arsenal which mean the hit u take to gain the free bet is much worse as the odds tend to be farther apart when LAYING so not worth laying off the free bet when acquired. they also seem to be picking markets where u can’t lay off in bair like the Formula 1 and rugby league

  16. Mark on Sun, 27th Sep 2009 4:26 pm 

    Jeff, I noticed that too. Betfair market has larger gaps between the back and lay prices on the more obscure markets, making the free bet almost worthless when you lay that off too.
    Hopefully punters will stear clear of these weird ones and William Hill will go back to regular match odds BOGOF soon.

  17. May on Tue, 29th Sep 2009 7:22 pm 

    Hi Darren,

    i see the latest offering from Billy Hill is another obscure market to qualify for the fee bet, this time “total bookings”.
    can this be laid off on the “bookings odds” market on betfair or is the point allocation wrong for this?

    thanks,
    May.

  18. Peter Vaughan on Wed, 21st Oct 2009 1:02 pm 

    No BOGOF offers yesterday , no BOGOF offers today . Never been known when Champions League matches are being played . Could it be that Billy’s are reviewing their recent offers re Total corners , bookings and half time goals which were terrible or are they gone for good ? Lets hope they get back to match results only .

  19. may on Wed, 21st Oct 2009 2:47 pm 

    Peter,

    i think they are on to us, perhaps they have stumbled across this site and are teaching us a lesson for now!
    like you i hope to see them back soon!!

    May

  20. Darren Hall on Wed, 21st Oct 2009 5:58 pm 

    Much as I would like to think bet72 was THAT popular, it is just a re-evalution of the offers on their part. the original BOGOFs were very generous and I guess now they are looking at them again. Plenty of risk free cash to be had elsewhere.

  21. Jeff on Mon, 16th Nov 2009 6:42 pm 

    just when i felt like giving up on william hill they have come up trumps with 2 great weekend offers – £40 of free bets 2 weekends ago and £30 plus £10 this weekend, all on horse racing to qualify which is good cos you can get very similar back and lay odds on the same horse so low qualification loss. lets hope this is a regular weekend feature

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