Anyone Fore Offers?

May 1, 2017 by  
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The great British summer of sport rumbles on, with The Open, which this year comes from Royal Birkdale with the action teeing off from 20th July.

And, as always, here at bet72 we have all the latest and great free bets and offers right here under one roof for the run up and duration of the whole of the tournament.

So looking at the forecast, well it looks great. For the whole event it will be pouring with free bets, bonuses, competitions and great price boosts!

Of course bet72 are at the forefront of all this and we will be on top of everything to enable everyone to have the most profitable event ever.

Trading The Open Golf Championship With Peter Webb of BetAngel

Here are the pick of the best current and ongoing offers available so far from our leading bookmaker partners and remember all these offers are for existing users too.

And remember as we find them we will keep adding them too, so keep checking back for the very latest offers.

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Now back to the offers:

Bookmaker Description
138BETPlace a pre-tournament outright winner bet with 138.com on European Tour or PGA Tour events and if your player loses in a play-off, they'll give you money-back as a free bet up to £38 (min £5) Applies to the principal PGA and European Tour events only
LADBROKESUPGRADE your Grid Account to a Full Account - Bet a total of £10 or more on any golfer to win The Open in-shop with The Grid between 17th and 19th July and you’ll receive £10 worth of FREE BETS valid to use in-shop only. (£5 to use on Thursday 20th July and £5 to use on Friday 21st July)
LADBROKESBet a minimum of £/€20 Win, or £/€10 Each Way, on the Outright winner of The Open Championship, between 06:00 Monday 17th July until 23:59 on Wednesday 19th July, and receive a £/€5 free bet to use on any of The Open markets on Thursday and Friday
BETFAIRPlace a Betfair Exchange back bet on the Winner market of the Open Championship 2017 (which begins at 06:30 BST on 20/07/2017) and we will credit you with a free Sportsbook bet of half the value of your qualifying bet (up to a maximum free Sportsbook bet of £5). Your qualifying bet must be placed before the tournament starts and must be placed on the ‘Winner’ market for the Open Championship 2017. Your qualifying bet will be the first bet you place on the Winner market on the Betfair Exchange between 10:00 on 17/07/2017 and 06:30 20/07/2017
BOYLESPORTSMoney back as a free bet if your selection finishes 2nd or 3rd (incl. ties). Max £20 per customer
BOYLESPORTSBet €/£20 or more on pre-tournament outright and receive a €/£2 free bet every time your player scores a 2 in the The Open
BETWAYPlace a pre-tournament Outright Winner bet on the Open Championship, and if the player you back is the leader at the end of the First round, we’ll pay you as a winner
TITANBETPlace a pre-tournament bet on either a European Tour or PGA Tour Outright Winner market. If your golf outright bet finishes either 2nd or 3rd, you’ll receive the win part of your stake back as a free bet, up to £25
WINNER SPORTSPlace a pre-tournament bet on either a European Tour or PGA Tour Outright Winner market. If your golf outright bet finishes either 2nd or 3rd, you’ll receive the win part of your stake back as a free bet, up to £25
VERNONSMajors Moneyback. A free bet to the value of the original stake (up to a maximum of £50/€50) will be awarded to all losing bets if an Englishman wins any Golf Major tournaments (The Masters, US Open, Open Championship and USPGA Championship)
WINNER SPORTSPlace a 4+ fold 2/3 ball acca on any European/PGA Tour event. If one selection loses, your stake will be refunded as a free bet up to £25 * Min odds 1/5 on each selection *Free bet valid for 7 days, for use on golf only * Free bet must be used on football selections with cumulative odds of at least Evens
SKYBETWe are paying 10 Places at 1/5 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
BETFAIRWe are paying 8 Places at 1/5 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
CORALWe are paying 8 Places at 1/5 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
PADDYPOWERWe are paying 8 Places at 1/5 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
BOYLESPORTSWe are paying 7 Places at 1/5 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
WILLIAM HILLWe are paying 7 Places at 1/5 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
BET365We are paying 6 Places at 1/4 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
POKERSTARSWe are paying 6 Places at 1/4 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
BETFREDWe are paying 6 Places at 1/4 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
LADBROKESWe are paying 6 Places at 1/4 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
TITANBETWe are paying 6 Places at 1/4 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
WINNER SPORTSWe are paying 6 Places at 1/4 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
SPORTINGBETWe are paying 6 Places at 1/4 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
BETVICTORWe are paying 6 Places at 1/5 odds on the 2017 Open Championship
WILLIAM HILLPlace a outright winner bet on any player to win this year’s Open Championship with William Hill and if your player fails to make the cut, they’ll refund your stake as a free bet up to £20
POKERSTARSPlace £20 or more with BetStars on any 2 or 3-ball at the 2017 Open Championship and get a £20 free bet for each Eagle your selection makes in that round
888SPORTBet a minimum of £20 on the outright tournament winner and if they score a Birdie or less on the first 9 holes of their opening round get a £5 Free Bet! Maximum of two Birdies credited!
NETBETPlace a pre-tournament outright winner bet on the Open Championship with 888sport and if your player misses the cut, get money-back as a free bet up to £25 for the final day

Trading Preview by Steve Taylor of Juicestorm

This is the 146th British Open and it returns to Royal Birkdale for the first time since 2008 when Padraig Harrington was the winner. Of the current group of top players, only Henrik Stenson, who finished third then, Paul Casey, Chris Wood and Adam Scott are likely to mount any challenge this year, so looking for players who play well here is a little pointless. That said, I do think that Adam Scott has a real chance this year and Casey and Wood are both playing well this year, unlike Stenson who on the US tour up to and including the US Open he has missed five cuts from six tournaments and cannot be considered.

I think this year’s winner will need to be in excellent recent form and those with experience of links play who fall into that category will probably come to the fore. A lot will depend on the weather and that is something we cannot predict until nearer the time. In the nine previous Opens at the course, there has not been a British winner with just Harrington the sole European winner. Australia have won three times and the US on five occasions. With those stats against the home players we will concentrate on players from the rest of the world. If you fancy Tommy Fleetwood or Tyrrell Hatton I couldn’t put you off as both are likely to go well but on balance I will stick with the following five.

18/1 Sergio Garcia: How can you ignore a player who has had ten top ten finishes in this competition and finished second twice? Add in his new found status of major winner and he has to be included in any betting portfolio. He has played consistently well all year and made the cut on all 11 PGA tour events he has started.

33/1 Adam Scott: Aussies can win here and Scott has four top ten finishes in the last five British Opens which has to put him on your radar. The downside is that he missed the cut in the US Open but he did perform well in The Masters and The Players and has been in generally decent form. If he gets the putter going he will go close.

66/1 Patrick Reed: A bit of an enigma so far in his career, touches of brilliance matched by moments of madness where he can implode at the slightest thing. I think if he is to win a major, this is the one that will suit him best. He has played the event three times with two top twenty finishes and has played well in the Ryder Cup where he thrived on the pressure. Has come back to form in recent tournaments and has a decent chance at a big price.

50/1 Justin Thomas: Finished 53rd on his only attempt but is growing in stature week by week. He will have learnt a huge amount from his final round at this year’s US Open and whilst it will have been a disappointment to drop away on the last day he is the sort of guy who will use that to his advantage. He will win a major in the next few years, maybe it will be at Birkdale.

66/1 Marc Leishman: Often flatters to deceive but the big Aussie is talented enough to win a major, it is just whether he truly believes it between his ears. He has played six times and has two top five finishes, his best was when second to Zach Johnson in 2015. Consistent the last few weeks he finished fifth at the Quicken Loans and will be high on confidence.

Steve Taylor is a sports trader and accredited exchange course presenter who is currently working as a trader for one of the UK’s leading bookmakers

The Open Championship Offers

May 12, 2014 by  
Filed under News

This week sees The Open Championship at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake, with the famous Claret Jug up for grabs.

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