No Hung Parliament seems to be on the drift in the 2017 General Election betting.
It did look a foregone conclusion, but the last couple of weeks has seen a change in the opinion polls, with Labour cutting the pre election huge gap to the Tory Party, and as a result of this, Hung Parliament Betting has now changed.
Latest 2017 Hung Parliament Betting
No Hung Parliament has now drifted out to 1/5, as punters seemingly are expecting Jeremy Corbyn to poll a lot better than previously expected. There is also talk of a Lib Dem renaissance, which could also potentially take seats of the Tory Party.
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Yes to a Hung Parliament has now been backed in to just 3/1, which was unthinkable a few weeks ago.
The Conservative Party as still odds on favourites to win the election, they are 1/4 to win an overall majority in next government betting, and are also 10/1 to form a minority government in the same market.
In Prime Minister After The General Election betting, Theresa May is still very short at a best price of 2/9, with Jeremy Corbyn at 9/2.
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At Betfree247 we will bring you the best free bets from the top UK and Irish bookmakers. Free Bets are everywhere these days, for both new and existing customers. And with the competition between the online bookmakers so rife, there will be free bets around for some time.
Why is this? You may ask…. And the answer is because everything is online these days, banking, shopping, dating, etc, and betting is as well. So with this in mind, the bookmakers are going to be after our custom. And the best way to grab our attention, is by giving us free bets.
These free bets are available to new customers, and existing customers. The new customer free bet offer is to get us to join the bookmaker. With the existing customer free bets designed to keep us with the bookmaker.
With the online betting market place so crowded, the bookmakers are fighting over our custom, and while they are doing this, we will continue to have free bets.
Two of the most popular free bets markets for existing customers, are on the Cheltenham Festival, and the Grand National.
Cheltenham Free Bets
The Cheltenham Festival takes place every year on roughly the second week in March. Starting on the Tuesday, there is 28 top class horse races across 4 days at the Gloucester course. And with the Cheltenham Festival being one of horse racing’s premier events, there are plenty of free bets.
In general Cheltenham free bets are for existing customers, and they usually come in the form of a refund as a free bet.
There are also plenty of special Cheltenham free bets for new customers. For example a bookmaker might increase their free bets offers across the Cheltenham week. It could be that you get £30.00 in Cheltenham free bets, rather than the standard £20.00 in free bets offer.
Grand National Free Bets
The next big event in horse racing is the world renowned Grand National from Aintree.
Grand National Free Bets can be hard come by. The bookmakers have a habit of pulling them in the week of the big race. This is because the Grand National is traditionally the one race of the year that the non gambling British public will have a bet on. So it makes sense for the bookmakers not to offer Grand National free bets.
It is possible to get Grand National Free Bets though, and timing is the key.
Some free bets last up to 7 days from when you open your account. Find a bookmaker offering a free bet that lasts for 7 days. Then open an account with that bookie the Sunday or Monday before the Grand National.
That way, by the time of the race you will already have a free bet in the bank.