Horse Betting Offer: Get £ 20 Free Bets This Week With Betfair

Betfair offers bettors an incredible welcome bonus.

There was some fascinating action at Sandown this weekend and there is more of it this week with races in Taunton, Lingfield and Kempton over the next few days.


As the road to Cheltenham in March heats up, many challengers will be in action in the weeks to come.

Constitution Hill took the victory on Saturday in Sandown to the delight of Nick Henderson.

And new customers who register with the bookmaker will receive a £ 20 free bet when they place bets worth £ 50 on horse races – and this process can be repeated up to FIVE times!

How to claim …

  1. Visit the Betfair website using this link HERE*
  2. Open a new account using the promotional code: ZBAA01
  3. Deposit by debit card or ApplePay
  4. Bet £ 50 (or more) on the Sportsbook with minimum odds of 1/5
  5. Remember that bets placed on the same selection or the same market are not eligible for this promotion.
  6. Once your qualifying bets are settled you will receive a free bet of £ 20
  7. The process can be repeated until FIVE time. The maximum bonus available is £ 100 (5 x £ 20 in free bets)
  8. Free bets will be awarded within 24 hours of the end of the qualifying conditions


* New customers place £ 50 in bets to receive £ 20 in free bets. Repeat up to 5 times to receive a maximum of £ 100. Min odds 1.2 (1/5). Multiple bets included. Exchange bets excluded. Payment restrictions apply. The T & Cs apply. 18+

Commercial Content Notice: Taking any of the bookmaker offers featured in this article may result in payment to talkSPORT. 18+. The T & Cs apply.

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