When Cheltenham festival roles around, people flock in their thousands to place bets on the days races.
Betting companies all fight each other in order to ensure that they can bring in the most business possible, giving the best odds, money back guarantees and free bets to lure in potential punters.
With that in mind, Park Life Sport have reviewed all the available offers to bring you the best offers;
Paddy Power are always a popular platform at the races, with special offers every year and stands through out the town to entice people in.
They have announced that they will be offering a re-fund as cash for new users, to a maximum amount of £10.
The betting platform are also offering a free bet for the Tuesday action, nothing has been announced about further free bets but they did offer one every day last year.
William Hill have a very good offer for new customers ahead of the races, offering £30 in free bets when you place a bet of £10.
They’re also using a “TPG” or a Top Price Guarantee, offering the best odds compared to the competitors.
William Hill have also payed homage to horse Constitutional Hill, re naming their new branch in the town for the festival.
Sky Bet aren’t running as many promotional offers, however, they are offering money back as cash in the 1:10 race tomorrow, with a maximum of £2.
With Sky though, they offer several specials with good odds on accumulators and other bets.
The request a bet feature will be one to watch on Sky, with people being able to get odds on bets that are designed by them.
Sky Bet are also offering £30 in free bets for new customers, while depositing £5 to their account.
Similarly to William Hill, Bet 365 will be offering £30 in free bets ahead of the festival, provided you put down a bet of £10.
They’re also offering a ‘super boost’ on their bets ahead of the races, claiming to have the best odds for the festival.
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