William Hill Buy One Get One Free

Posted on July 21, 2009 by  

Another freebie from William Hill, ok it will tie you cash up for a while but still a better interest rate than you will find on the High Street!

Less than a month to go until the big kick-off so it must be time for a Premier League Bet One Get One Free offer.

It’s been a busy summer with plenty of movement in the transfer market, especially at one of Manchester’s clubs. How do you think it will affect the 2009-2010 season?

Place a single bet of £20 or more on the Outright Winner market OR Without Big Four market for the English Premier League 2009/10 season and you’ll receive a £5 free bet on the Premier League season Top Goalscorer market.

Your free bet will be available instantly and both bets must be placed before 12:45 on Saturday 15 August.

Like we say just look at all the free bet offers from these boys recently….

http://news.williamhill.com/cs/golf/promotions/

All you need to do is find a close match up in odds between William Hill and your preferred betting exchange and you can turn this all into risk free profit, and we even have an online calculator to help you work it all out (click here).

Naturally you will be needing a William Hill account too, so if you don’t have one you can grab a free £100 sign up bet too, all nice and easy as we have all the bets for this on Oddsmatcher

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



Comments

53 Comments on "William Hill Buy One Get One Free"

  1. Michael on Tue, 14th Jul 2009 5:23 pm 

    Todays golf bet is a waste of time as the only viable option is tiger woods and that would mean a loss of over £3! with just a £5 freebie to play with it isn’t worth the effort under the circumstances!

  2. marrtin ogilvy on Wed, 15th Jul 2009 9:07 pm 

    Still free money and that’s always worth it-it all mounts up! Would you throw away 3 quid if somebody gave it to you?

  3. Chris Green on Thu, 16th Jul 2009 12:15 pm 

    Martin, what he means is that you would lose £3 in order to get the free £5 bet. Factor into that, that you are likely to only get £3 back from the freebie, means you break even – certainly not worth it!

    I’m with you Michael – had the same problem.

    Did anyone make this one profitable?

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