Cheltenham Free Bets & Offers - Get ready for Cheltenham Festival 2018
Cheltenham free betting is a great way for you to cash in on the action without breaking the bank. With so many racehorses on the track over the 4-day horse racing meet, you will want to get the most bang for your buck.
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Freebet.UK present: Cheltenham Betting Extravaganza
Now, with the help of Freebet.UK, you can navigate through the Cheltenham betting forest and beef up your bankroll with £s galore with the UK’s leading horseracing bookmakers. Taking place from March 13-16, the Cheltenham Festival is a glorious 4-day event, as the world’s finest jockeys, horses, and trainers come together for a staggering £4.3 million in prizes.
Cheltenham Free Bets
Before you’re ready to place your Cheltenham Festival bets, it’s important to understand the different types available, as there are several ways to place wagers. Naturally, the Cheltenham free bets lead the way. The beauty of these Cheltenham offers from all the leading bookmakers is that you will receive a legit Cheltenham free bet when you place a real-money wager.
The best way to claim your Cheltenham free bets are doing so early on, getting top odds on your selections. You can claim the best Cheltenham Festival offers right here by following our Cheltenham updates, which will become more and more frequent as the event approaches. Available Cheltenham free bets are provided by the world’s leading bookmakers for new punters as well as horseracing aficionados.
As long as you keep checking back, you will receive the best Cheltenham Festival odds and offers at the click of a button.
The Cheltenham free bets are a dime a dozen. For example, you can get off to a flying start at 188BET with a Cheltenham free bet cash bonus of up to £75 when you place qualifying bets. See 188BET website for full terms and conditions.
Ladbrokes’ Cheltenham free bet offer is incredible as horse racing fans get a £50 free bet when you use the promo code F50. That’s it! Other top bookmakers, like William Hill, are offering punters a £25 free bet when using the promotional code F25.
Cheltenham Festival Bets
When you check out the latest Cheltenham Festival betting options, you will see loads of racing bets such as straight up wins, placebets, each-way bets, exacta, scoop 6 and the like. Each of these options offers you tremendous winning potential at the Cheltenham Festival.
Then 2018 Cheltenham Festival is just around the corner, with plenty of choice for customers across the board.
Online bookmakers are now rolling out their Festival ‘NRNB’ (Non-Runner, No Bet) specials, along with opportunities to earn yourself some free Cheltenham bets.
Top Cheltenham Offers & Markets
Betfair are out of the blocks with a Non-Runner, No Bet (NRNB) offer on all the ‘Championship races’ at the festival.
This offer also includes any bets made with free bet tokens or bonuses, with any free bets placed on non-runners returned to the bonus wallet of customers accounts if applicable and are able to be reused.
You can also grab up to £100 in Betfair Free Bets in time for Cheltenham 2018!
Paddy Power go one step further, with their NRNB insurance offer, covering all 28 races at the 2018 Cheltenham Festival!
Once again back any ante-post selection at the Cheltenham Festival and if that horse fails to run on the day, you will receive your money back in full.
Sign up to Paddy Power today for a £20 Risk Free bet for Cheltenham.
Betfred also have a NRNB offer on the big 4 Championship races at the festival, with money back as a free bet, if your ante-post bet fails to run on the day.
This offer covers the Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase, Stayers Hurdle and Cheltenham Gold Cup races. Bet £10, Get £30 (plus some free spins in your disposal) as a new Betfred customer!
All offers & markets subject to terms and conditions.
Cheltenham Festival Offers
Given that the Cheltenham Festival is the most highly anticipated horse racing event in the United Kingdom, all the leading bookmakers are offering punters generous bonuses, various promotions, promo offers and free bets. For example, 10Bet offers players a 50% bonus up to £200, SkyBet offers players £30 in free bets when you wager £10, and BetStars offers punters a £20 welcome bonus.
Coral is giving free bets, Paddy Power is hitting the turf with a £20 risk free bet for all new customers and 888sport will be popping the bubbly with a generous Bet £10 Get £30 free bets offer when you deposit using promo code 30f. Bookmakers like Betfair Sportsbook are offering new players £30 in free bet tokens, and NetBet is digging deep to give players up to £50 and Cheltenham free bet offers with their matched free bet welcome bonus. The Cheltenham Festival is getting fired up for a contest par excellence. The Sport of Kings is coming to a screen near you, and Cheltenham Festival offers are ripe for the picking.
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How To Claim your Cheltenham Free Bet
Claiming a free bet in time for the Cheltenham Festival couldn’t be easier!
Simply choose from any of our list of popular bookmaker offers and you can soon be in possession of some cool Cheltenham free bets!
Here are examples of the types free bets on offer:
- No deposit free bet bonuses
- Free “Matched Bet” sign-up offers
- Enhanced Odds sign-up offers
- ‘Bet £5, Get £20’ or similar
- Money Back Specials
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By claiming some great free bets from our recommended bookmakers, you will strengthen your betting ammunition for the festival and give yourself a big chance of having a fun-filled and profitable Cheltenham Festival week.
Claim your Cheltenham free bets now and get off to a flying start!
Before you place your wagers, it’s important to have access to the best Cheltenham tips. We’ve got the inside scoop for you, so that you can place Cheltenham bets in anticipation of these spectacular horseracing events.
Cheltenham Festival 2018 Match Previews and Betting Tips
Cheltenham Festival 2018 Betting Updates
7/2/2018 Cheltenham Festival Update – Altior out to steal the show in Game Spirit acid test
Trainer Nicky Henderson is quickly gathering an army of top equine talent for the 2018 Cheltenham Festival in March and already, the likes of Santini and On The Blind Side are vying for betting favouritism in their Grade 1 Novice race targets.
But much like Sprinter Sacre before him, ALTIOR is very much the star of the show at Seven Barrows stables and the 2016 Supreme and 2017 Arkle winner bids to get his season under way in the 2.25pm Game Spirit Chase at Newbury on Saturday 10th Feb, a race he is no bigger than odds of 5/6 for, with the Paul Nicholls trained Politologue trading at 11/4 to topple the Queen Mother Champion Chase favourite.
Altior is without a doubt the most exciting horse around at two miles and National Hunt racing and indeed the Cheltenham Festival needs to see the eight-year-old return to the fore on Saturday with a clear round of jumping, and a victory.
13/2/2018 Update – Amy Murphy strikes with Cheltenham bound Kalashnikov
Amy Murphy has developed into a trainer of note in recent years and after underperforming in Grade 1 company at Sandown, her exciting five-year-old Kalashnikov attracted a late surge of money for last Saturday’s Betfair Hurdle at Newbury, a market move the horse justified with a classy performance under regular partner Jack Quinlan.
It was a very good renewal of the top handicap hurdle and this horse really stamped his authority on it, leading all the major Cheltenham Festival bookmakers to cut his price significantly for the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle race on Day 1. Both BetBright and Bet Victor are offering top betting odds of 8/1 (9.00) on Kalashnikov to land the Champion Day opener, which is not a bad price.
19/02/2018 Update – Waiting Patiently the star performer as Cue Card bounces back
The Grade 1 Ascot Chase on Saturday was billed as the race of the season and it lived up to that in no uncertain terms, as Ruth Jefferson’s top class horse Waiting Patiently found a telling burst of speed to put Cue Card in his place, after Colin Tizzard’s amazing twelve-year-old bounced right back to his best under Paddy Brennan.
Waiting Patiently was cut all around for the Ryanair Chase on St. Patrick’s Day Thursday, but his participation depends on soft ground; otherwise he will go to Aintree or Punchestown. Cue Card meanwhile is certain to be kept on the go now after many had thought he was past it. It remains to be seen if the Ryanair or Cheltenham Gold Cup will tempt connections, but whichever one he runs in, he will bring plenty of quality to the race.