Horse racing betting offer: Get £60 in FREE BETS for Cheltenham Festival with William Hill

WILLIAM HILL are offering new customers an incredible £60 in FREE BETS for the Cheltenham Festival – which finally gets underway tomorrow.

To claim the offer simply register with William Hill using your mobile phone and promo code: S60.

WILLIAM HILL GET £60 IN FREE BETS (Mobile only)*

And then place a first bet of £10 at minimum odds of 1/2.

You will be credited with four £10 free bets to be used during the Cheltenham Festival and £20 to be used on the William Hill Casino.

The Festival will be held behind closed doors due to the UK lockdown, but it should still be an entertaining spectacle as the best jump horses in the UK head for Gloucestershire.

There are a host of favourites this year which are starting to spook the bookies.

And Sun Racing have another great offer for punters with first race favourite Appreciate It boosted to 50/1 to win or 20/1 to finish in the top three.

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OFFERS OF THE DAY

William Hill: Get 50/1 Appreciate It to win the Supreme (mobile only) – CLAIM HERE

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William Hill: 18+ Play Safe. New customers using EPA50. Mobile only. Applies to bets placed from 09:00 on 5 March 2021 until 13:20 on 16 March 2021. Max £1 bet at 50/1. Returns paid as 5 x £10 free bets (30 day expiry). Player & currency restrictions & terms apply. Begambleaware.org

Betfair: Min £/€10 deposit by Debit Card/ApplePay. Min £/€10 Sportsbook bet at odds of Evs (2.0) or more. Free bets valid for 7 days, a £/€10 free bet awarded at bet settlement, £/€10 awarded 16th-19th March. T&Cs apply. 18+ Begambleaware.org

Paddy Power: New customer offer. Place a single £20 (or £10 e/w) Sports bet on the first race at Cheltenham Tuesday 16th March and get a £10 free bet for each of the subsequent races on the Card. T&Cs apply. 18+ Begambleaware.org

 

Sun Racing verdict on Appreciate It

Willie Mullins' record in the Supreme speaks for itself and in Appreciate It he has another star that can add to his tally.

The race looks weaker than in recent seasons and we're yet to see the best of this novice.

He's a perfect three from three over hurdles and was a close second in last year's Champion Bumper – Cheltenham's hill holds no fears.

He stays the trip strongly but also has a turn of foot most in here would kill for.

Harry Fry's Metier looks the big British hope, but he surely needs a bog. Get on the Willie Mullins good thing and you'll be off to a flyer.

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