How to get a £10 free bet for today’s both teams to score
When you’re betting on both teams to score, or any type of bet, I’d always advise trying to use one of the bookmakers’ free bet sign-up offer because you’ll reduce the risk of your bet losing.
For example, if you use the BetRegal £10 free bet sign-up offer that they’re currently running you can place a £10 BTTS bet and if you lose, you get a £10 free bet to spend on tomorrow’s football bets.
With there being so many bookmakers around these days, there is always the opportunity to get a free bet and you might as well use them all, even if you don’t use the account again. If you are unsure of any terminology, you can see what BTTS means in football betting before you get the free bet to spend.
How to get a BTTS free bet:
Today I’m taking a look at the Bwin free bet offer for you and this one is great because it’s so simple to use. The rules are simple: bet £10 and if your bet loses, you get a £10 free bet added to your account. For example:
2 Bet £10 on a BTTS bet for today
3 Win or lose get a £10 free bet
Both teams to score free bet stake
With this free bet offer, £10 is the most you will get as a refund, but that doesn’t mean you can place a bigger stake on your both teams to score bet. For example, if you bet £50 on the bet and it lost, you would still only get the £10 refund. There are other bookmakers that do a bigger BTTS free bet stake for example, the Paddy Power £20 free bet offer is great because you get the refund paid to you in cash if your bet loses.
Can I bet on a BTTS accumulator with the free bet?
I’d always recommend betting on BTTS in the form of an accumulator because the odds for each selection are usually short, so unless you are betting a big stake, it is not really worth doing a single bet. For example, the majority of both teams to score odds are around Evens or shorter, so the best you could do is double your money. If you were to bet on a 4-fold BTTS accumulator then you’d be looking at more like 8/1 for your bet, meaning a £10 bet would return £90. With the insurance of this BTTS free bet offer from BetRegal, that is a decent return from what is effectively a risk free bet.
You could even add in more selections and go for an even bigger bet, safe in the knowledge that if the bet loses, a £10 free bet will be coming your way.
Bet £10 to get a £10 free bet
Bet £10 with a new account and win or lose you'll get a £10 free bet added to your account.
How to spend the both teams to score free bet
If your first bet does lose, don’t worry too much because there is a free bet coming your way, which can also be used on a BTTS bet. If you need some help picking your selections then our both teams to score tips is a good place to start. If there is a tip available for today you will see it at the top of the page.
When you have the BTTS free bet in your account just add the selections to your coupon as usual and instead of paying for the bet with cash, pay for it with the £10 free bet token.
The only difference here is that you will not get your stake returned in your winnings e.g. a £10 bet on an 8/1 would return £80 rather than £90.
Step by Step guide to using the BTTS free bet:
2 Bet £10 on a BTTS bet
3 If it loses, get a £10 free bet to spend tomorrow
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