Every year the Cheltenham Festival takes place in March and is an absolute betting extravaganza. Unlike the Grand National meeting at Aintree, when the bookies traditionally withdraw their free bet offers, the Cheltenham Festival is the exact opposite with bookmakers falling over themselves to offer us incentives to gamble with them.
The 2015 Cheltenham Festival starts on Tuesday 10th March, and ends on Friday 13th March, with 28 top class races crammed into the four days. On this page we will be concentrating on the new accounts offers, while we also have a page focusing on Cheltenham Offers For Existing Customers.
The Festival is live on Channel 4, and this brings us nicely onto the bet365 Channel 4/1 offer. This offer gives all punters (new and existing) the chance to claim free bets galore, because if you back the winner of a live TV race at odds of 4/1 or greater, bet365 will give you a free bet to same value (maximum of £50.00 free bet pre race) to use on the next live TV race.
This is an excellent offer, and you can repeat this offer as many times as you like – because if your free bet wins at odds of 4/1 or greater, you will get another free bet. If you don’t already have a bet365 account, you can open one here and claim the £200.00 Welcome Bonus.
When you have used the £200.00 Welcome Bonus, you will pleased to know that there is also a free bet on mobile or tablet waiting to be claimed. This is based on the amount of your first bet placed by mobile or tablet with bet365, up to a maximum of £50.00. Giving us £250.00 worth of free bets in total for Cheltenham!!
All of these offers, the new account welcome bonus, the channel 4/1 offer, and the free bet on mobile or tablet can all be used on the Festival. And as well as all this, bet365 are non runner no bet throughout the whole Cheltenham Festival.
Every year the bookies find new and more inventive cash back offers, and I don’t see this changing anytime soon. Here at betfree247 we will be bringing you all these offers on a daily basis over the course of the festival – so make sure you are with us to bag yourself all the best deals and hopefully make a shed load of cash.
About the Cheltenham Festival
The Cheltenham Festival is a four day event held in March every year, and is widely regarded at the premier horse racing event held over jumps (although I’m sure people associated with Aintree would disagree).
The Festival is now held over four days (it was three days up until 2004), with a marquee Championship Race held every day – culminating in the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday, arguably the highlight race of the entire National Hunt season.
The Gold cup is a race that is synonymous with some of the greatest steeple chasers of all time, horses such as Arkle, Mill House, Best Mate, and most recently Kauto Star.