Betting Offers

At, we showcase the latest betting offers from leading UK online betting sites and bookmakers. And unlike most betting guides, we list all offers - not just the ones for new customers. 

Below you'll find a list of the best free bets currently available - these are introductory offers that can only be claimed when signing up (hence 'sign up bonus' or SUB). If you don't have accounts with the bookmakers and betting sites in the table, we strongly recommend getting one as they are not only some of the best bookies on the web, but they also offer a large majority of the cashback offers that we list elsewhere on the site. For a larger list of free bet bonuses, head on over to our free bets page.

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Best Free Bet Offers For New Customers

Given as 4 x £5 free bets (min odds 1/2). Plus a football jackpot and PayPal quick reg.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
Big fat bonus. Plus regular reload bonuses and a massive in play section.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
888 Sport
Get £30 in free bets plus a £10 casino bonus when you bet £10 at 1/2 or more.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
Bet £5 at 1/2 or more for £20 in free bets. Plus price boosts and an exchange.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
First bet matched up to £30. Plus get £10 every week in free bets.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
Paddy Power
Money back in cash if your first bet loses. Plus weekly £10 in the VIPP club.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
Free spins just for registering. Plus loyalty points and a football jackpot.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
£30 free bet and £30 casino bonus. Plus offers on most sports and major events.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
Sister site to ComeOn. Includes loyalty points for sports and daily casino offers.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
Bet £10 for £40 in bonuses to use on sports and casino. Excellent odds.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
Claim £100 in bonuses given as five £20 free bets. Bet 5 x £10 to release each £20.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
First deposit matched up to £30. Also has very good casino and poker site.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
A large welcome bonus and plenty of loyalty free bets. Plus VIP cash back.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+
First deposit matched up to £50. Plus up to £200 in free bets every month.
New customers only. T&C's Apply. 18+


All offers given as free bets or bonuses. Terms and conditions, including staking requirements, may apply to the offers - see the relevant site for details.

New Betting Sites For 2017

Below you'll find details of the latest betting sites and online bookmakers to launch, or open their doors to the UK market. Just like the rest of the site we've carefully vetted each and every site before adding them so even though they're new, they still come with our stamp of approval.

MobileBet - £50 Deposit Match

Mobilebet is brought to you from the people behind ComeOn, so you should already know a little of what's in store if you're familiar with the site. Despite the name they're not solely mobile focussed and there is a desktop version of their site, it's just that they have gone to great lengths to optimise their mobile product.

New customers can claim a £50 deposit match on your first deposit which can be used for sports or casino. There's also a further 4 x £50 bonuses on your next four deposits, but those are for casino only.

LeoVegas - Double Odds

LeoVegas are a well established online casino who have recently added a sportsbook to their portfolio. The new sport betting section of the website offers new customers the opportunity to double your winnings from your first two bets when you deposit £10 or more.

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This Week in Sport: 16th to 22nd October 2017

UEFA Champions League and Europa League football takes place in midweek, as well as Premier League action at the weekend. We’ve then got British Champions Day at Ascot, the international rugby fixture between rivals Australia and New Zealand and the Andalucia Masters golf tournament. The week draws to a close with the USA Formula One Grand Prix. Yet another action-packed week!

UEFA Champions League

On Tuesday and Wednesday, we’ve got the third round of UEFA Champions League group fixtures to look forward to. Manchester City host Napoli, Liverpool travel to Maribor and Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur lock horns in Spain on Tuesday.

The following day, Bayern Munich and Celtic go head-to-head, Manchester United make the trip to Benfica and Chelsea host Roma. In the UEFA Europa League, Arsenal play Red Star Belgrade away from home, while Everton entertain Lyon. As we reach the halfway stage of the groups in Europe, things are starting to take shape.

Premier League

The Premier League returns on Friday night when West Ham United welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to London Stadium. On Saturday, Chelsea and Watford square off at Stamford Bridge in the early kick off. Southampton and West Bromwich Albion play at St Mary’s later in the day.

There are two blockbuster matches on Sunday as Everton and Arsenal lock horns at Goodison Park, followed by Tottenham v Liverpool at Wembley Stadium. Will Man City, who host Burnley on Saturday, maintain or extend their gap at the top of the Premier League table?

British Champions Day at Ascot

British Champions Day takes place at Ascot Racecourse on Saturday. The day marks the finale of the European Flat racing season, with several eye-catching races taking place. The Queen Elizabeth II Stakes and the Champions Stakes are just two of the fantastic showdowns on offer.

Australia v New Zealand – International Rugby

Rivals Australia and New Zealand square off in the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane for an international fixture on Saturday. The in-form New Zealanders head to Queensland as the strong favourites to seal the win. Matches between these two rugby greats are always thrilling affairs, what lies in store this weekend?

Andalucia Masters Golf

With the 2017 European Tour drawing to a close, the Andalucia Masters from Spain takes place on Sunday. The top players on the Tour tee off at the Valderrama Golf Club in Sotogrande. Sergio Garcia is the previous champion having won in 2011, who will come out on top six years later?

USA Formula One Grand Prix

With just four races left, Britain’s Lewis Hamilton is closing in on a fourth Formula One World Drivers’ Championship title as he leads the way by a whopping 59 points. This Saturday, the drivers flock to the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas for the United States Grand Prix.

As expected, Hamilton is yet again hot favourite to come out on top. The Stevenage-born star has won an incredible eight of the 16 races so far, including four of the last five. Sebastian Vettel will continue to chase, but Hamilton is showing no signs of letting up. The 32-year-old will put one hand on the trophy with a race win in the States on Saturday.

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Latest Online Betting Offers & Promotions

Of course, we cover plenty more offers than just the ones you see listed on this page - you can find the full list of promotions for each sport on the relevant category pages (we currently have them for footballhorse racingrugby, tennis and golf). In addition, we also provide individual guides to larger sporting events such as Cheltenham and the Grand National - you'll find links to these in the right hand menu nearer to the event.

Popular Offers

In this next section we'll cover the more common types of offer that a lot of bookmakers tend to offer. That doesn't mean that they're all the same though, as you'll find that variation in the terms can make a big difference to the value of an offer. For each promotion we've written a guide comparing the betting sites that offer it, explaining how it works and how to make the most of it.

  • Accumulator Insurance - A very popular promotion that's offered by many bookmakers, yet varies wildly from site to site. The basic premise involves getting your money back (usually as a free bet) if only one leg of your accumulator loses. However, what you can bet on, and how many legs you need to place is different at pretty much every bookie. Some offer it on BTTS accas with 4 or more legs, whilst others will let you bet on any market in any sport, but require at least 6 legs. So which offer you go for is going to depend on what you want to bet on. 
  • Accumulator Bonuses - Alternatively, if you'd favour a bonus on your winning accas over insurance on your losing ones, then go for an accumulator bonus. These payout an extra bonus of between 5% and 100% on your winning bets, with the actual percentage depending on the number of legs.
  • Loyalty Offers & Free Bets - On this website we feature many money back specials and other offers that can be claimed by existing customers at a bookie, but this section looks specifically at bonuses, rewards and free bets that are available to all customers. Included in this guide are reload bonuses, loyalty programs and even who's more likely to dish out free bets.
  • Best Odds Guaranteed - A simple promotion, but one that can make a big difference to your winnings. This offer normally applies to horse racing and/or greyhoud racing and guarantees to give you the better odds out of the SP and the price you took. So if the odds drift, you'll still get paid the bigger price, and if they shorten, you get the longer odds you originally took. 
  • Price Promise - Price promises are most common in horse racing, but sometimes happen in football and other sports as well. Put simply, the bookmaker guarantees to offer the best odds when compared to other bookmakers. And if they don't, they'll match it. Put simply, a price promise means you don't need to go hunting for the best odds, as you're guaranteed to have them.

Bookmaker Reviews

For most of the bookmakers listed on our website we've also written detailed reviews. You can find a list of these below, sorted alphabetically. If you're looking for a quicker read, we've also written summaries of our top 10 recommendations on our betting sites page.

About This Site

Pretty much all of the big UK bookmakers offer money back specials and promotions for the big sports betting events, and the bigger the event, the bigger the offers. But keeping track of these offers can be a nightmare - especially when you consider that bookies tend to release their promotions at the last minute.

So that's where we come in. At Betting Offers we list the best offers from trusted and reliable bookmakers (you'll probably recognise a large chunk of the betting sites we feature) all of which are neatly categorised by sport and removed from our listings as soon as they're no longer available.

On all of our list pages we sort the offers according to the date the promotion expires - so a cash back special for tonights game will appear higher on the list than an offer for tomorrows game. However, some bookmakers run ongoing promotions that are valid for multiple games - because these either have a longer validity period (or no expiry date at all) they will appear towards the end of the lists. So it's a good idea to have a scroll through to make sure that you don't miss out on an offer that you might otherwise be interested in. 

Betting Offers Explained

Just in case you're scratching your head wondering what we're going on about, we figured it's probably worth giving you a quick run down on the different types of promotion you'll find on this website:

Introductory Free Bets/Bonuses

The first is for sign-up offers and welcome bonuses - to claim these you will need to be a new customer at the site. These promotions are usually in the form of a completely free bet, matched bet or deposit bonus. These bonuses are great for general betting and there are plenty of them - you can either browse our list at the top of the page to see our favourites, or for a longer list, head on over to the free bets page.

Retention Offers

The second type of offers are open to everyone - including both new customers and existing customers. Some of these offers such as Bet365's 'Bore Draw' special have been running for a long time, whilst others relate to a specific event and end very quickly. This second category of promotion is incredibly varied and consists of:

  • Cashback/Money Back Specials: Here you receive your money back if something specific happens. For example you might get your money back on a correct score bet if a red card is shown at any point during the game, or if your horse loses by less than a length.
  • Reload Bonuses: Top up your account with the bookie and they might give you some bonuses to bet with. For example, get a bonus worth 50% of your next deposit.
  • Product Incentives: Sometimes a bookmaker will offer up some free bets or bonuses to try out a new product or market. For example, Bet365 offer a free £50 bet to try out their mobile betting service and BetVictor offer a £5 free bet on their new spincast market.
  • Enhanced Payouts: This is where your bet will be paid out at higher odds than normal. For example, at Totesport you'll get paid out at triple odds if you place a Lucky 15 bet on the horses and only get one winner correct. Another popular offer is the Double Delight promotion from Betfred where your correct first goalscorer bet will get paid out at double odds if they go on to score a second time during the game.
  • Free Bets: Last up are free bets which are making an appearance here as well as in the introductory section. Sometimes bookies will give out free bets if something specific happens - for example, Bet365 will give you a free bet if you correctly pick the winner of a featured horse race that has odds of 4/1 or over.

There are, of course, other kinds of offer and the bookies are very good at coming up with new and unique ideas to keep their punters happy. So take a browse of the latest offerings in the feed above and see what takes your fancy!

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