10bet free bet: bonus of 50% up to 100 euros
10bet are offering a bonus of 50% on your deposit - of up to 100 euros. As one of the up and coming bookies that have a huge base out in Asia, they're looking to break into the UK bookmaker market with a tempting offer. If you're a regular punter, then this is one of those promotions well worth taking up. Sign up with the code EPM880 and you'll qualify.
Now here's the rub: you'll get your bonus once you bet your deposit ONCE on a combination bet (i.e. a double or a treble) with odds of 2.00 or higher - total odds, that is - not the individual odds of each one. So, that could be, say, Chelsea to beat Arsenal AND Liverpool to beat Manchester United. Naturally, you'd have to find better chances than that, but that's your job.
You will then get your bonus and you have to roll over the deposit 6 times on MULTIPLES before making a withdrawal. They call it a COMBO BET. The selections have to be in different events. So, you can't double up Liverpool to beat Manchester United and Maureiles to score.
Is this for you
To be honest, it might not be. If you deposit e100, then you have to spend e600 on multiple bets before being able to make a withdrawal. If you're comfortable with that (personally I'm not), then go for it - 10bet is a cracking bookie with shedloads of good betting markets and live support.
If it's not for you, then try the list of free bets over to your right - the Paddy Power and Victor Chandler ones are straight-forward as you like, and the 12bet free bet deal rocks. There's loads more, and I won't go into detail. Suffice to say, if you're a big gambler, then you can get yourself plenty of bonus cash to play with at 10bet - if you're not comfortable with the multiples and the rollover requirements, try something a little more straightforward. Your call. Enjoy.
published: 18th February 2011 by Free Bet Bookmaker
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