Brand New Bookies Bet £10 get £10 Free Bet for UFC249
There is a brand new bookmakers on the market and they’re giving all their new signings a bet £10 get £10 free bet offer for the UFC this weekend.
The bookies are called Mr Play and even though they are better known for their casino product, you can now bet on sports on their website. The upcoming sport includes UFC249 this weekend where the main event is Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje and here are the current odds with Mr Play.
18+, Welcome Bonus: New Players only, 1st Deposit, Min Deposit: £10, max £10 free bet valid for 14 days, bets must be placed at odds of 1/1 or greater and be settled within 14 days of placement. System bets no eligible.
Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje Betting Odds
Tony Ferguson to win – 5/12
Justin Gaethje to win – 33/20
Over 2.5 rounds – 51/50
Under 2.5 rounds – 5/7
Ferguson to win by TKO/KO or DQ – 11/4
Gaethje to win by TKO/KO or DQ – 9/5
How to get the free £10 bet for UFC249:
2 Register for free
3 Bet £10
4 Get a £10 free bet added to your account
Bet £10 to get a £10 Free Bet (No Wagering)
Bet £10 (Evs or above) to get a £10 free bet added to your account.
Even though Mr Play are one of the brand new bookies for 2020, they still have a good reputation because of their online casino and that’s why we recommend them if you are looking for a free bet on UFC249 this weekend.
Mr Play Free Bet T&Cs
Looking through the T&Cs, this looks like a favourable offer for punters. The key points to the Mr Play sports free bet terms and conditions are outlined below.
- Your first bet had to be £10 at odds of Evens or greater.
- The bet placed with your free bet has to be 4/5 or more.
- There are no wagering requirements.
- The stake is not returned if your free bet wins.
- The free bet is valid for 14 days so you could use it on the Bundesliga tips next weekend.
- System bets such as lucky 15s are not eligible.
- Frist £10 bet has to settle before getting your free £10 bet.
If you place a bet that settles before UFC249 starts on Saturday 9th May you will get the Infernobet £10 free bet in-time for the start of the event and you can then bet on any of the fights or a combination in an accumulator. You could also bet on one of the early fights and get your free £10 bet for the later bouts including the two headline events.
Mr Play £10 Free Bet FAQs
Can I get a free bet for UFC249?
If you place a £10 bet with a new Mr Play account, you will get a free £10 bet to spend on UFC249 this weekend.
Are Mr Play odds any good?
Looking at the odds for the main event (Ferguson vs Gaethje), the odds are matching up to some of the big bookmakers, and are even better for some markets.
What is the Mr Play Free Bet for UFC?
The free bet for UFC is the same as all sports. Place a £10 bet and you'll get a free £10 bet credited to your new account.
Can I use my Mr Play free bet for an accumulator?
Yes you can. As long as all the selections add up to make a bet of 4/5 or bigger, you can use the free £10 bet for the acca.
Who will win Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje?
If we were to have a bet on the UFC249 headline event, our selection would be Ferguson to win by KO/TKO or DQ. The odds are 11/4 so a £10 bet would return £37.50
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