UFC Free Bets
The Ultimate Fighting Championship or “UFC” is the pinnacle of Mixed Martial Arts and continues to grow in popularity with some of the stars of the sport, like Ronda Rousey and Conor McGregor becoming household names and even becoming stars outside of the sport.
Like in most combat sports, the UFC is divided into weight divisions, with a regular showcase of bouts each weekend, featuring at least some ten fights and regular title fights, to stir fans and punters alike.
UFC Free Bets – All you need to know
The UFC, like Boxing is very simple to bet on – a UFC fight can be decided in three ways, Knockout, Submission or Decision, with each result possible to be backed with a UFC free bet, along with the straightforward ‘Outright Winner’ bet, although betting odds will be much shorter.
Individual round bets can also be made with a free UFC bet, but with a UFC fight usually running at five rounds, once again odds can be less inviting than some other sports.
UFC free bets have become fairly popular with bookmakers offering Enhanced Odds, Moneyback Specials and Free Bets, giving punters a chance to play with some risk free UFC bets.
Most standard welcome offers from online sportsbook can be used to obtain some free UFC bets. In fact you can use these welcome free bets on any sport at all.
Just bear in mind that with most of these types of welcome offer you are required to place a qualifying bet first after which you will usually be credited with a free bet token(s) to the same value.
Popular UFC Free Bets
As a relatively new sport, UFC betting offers are still in their infancy, with bookmakers usually leaning towards giving ‘Enhanced Odds’ welcome offers on certain high profile fights.
Often one fighter will be a huge odds-on favourite to win the fight outright but these welcome offers will allow you to back that fighter at a much bigger price, in some cases at odds of 10/1 or more! These are often just as good as UFC free bets.
There will be the usual terms and conditions attached to your UFC offer, the main ones being a maximum stake of usually no more than £10, and any winnings are paid in the form of free bets. However, there is often no other turnover requirements.
Some online bookmakers will occasionally offer other types of UFC promotions where you can get your stakes back (as a free bet) if a certain scenario happens such as a Draw or a first round knockout, although these UFC offers are quite rare.
How To Claim UFC Free Bets
Most UFC free bets come via ‘Enhanced Odds’ sign-up offers for online bookmakers.
To attract new customers, most bookies will offer a much bigger enhanced prices on a specific fighter to win their bout, with any winnings paid out in free bets / bonus funds.
To take up these UFC betting offers, you need to be a new customer and sign-up to the bookmaker via a specific link that is promoted or advertised.
Once registered you will then be required to register a payment method, make a deposit and then place your first bet at the specially enhanced price.
Remember the amount you can be at this boosted price is often limited to £10 at the most so if you put on more than £10 for example, you will only have the first £10 paid out at the enhanced odds. The remainder will be paid out at the normal odds.
UFC Free Bets No Deposit
Most bookmaker sites usually require a deposit to be made for the user to gain free bets, but there are sometimes special offers available via promotional campaigns, which require no deposit whatsoever!
These may be few and far between, but it is always a good idea to keep an eye on freebets.uk, who will bring you these no deposit UFC bet offers along with any special promo codes.
Once a special bonus code is entered, usually during the signup process, funds are credited immediately, giving the a free bet on UFC matches of your choice before having to make any deposits.
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