There’s not too many welcome bonuses that match 10Bet when it comes to new account offers, with the current offer seeing new customers get a deposit welcome bonus up to a maximum of £200.00.
This new customer offer is a welcome bonus based on your first deposit, as opposed to a 10Bet free bet. This welcome bonus is based on the amount of your first deposit, and you need to use a 10Bet Promo Code when opening your account and depositing.
The Promo Code is currently FD200, you can see it on the landing page through the above link. The promo code can change, so please always check the code on the link after you have clicked it.
When you get onto the registration page, you will see a box marked Referrer Code (optional), you will need to put the Promo Code in that box (more information can be found on our 10Bet Promo Code page).
So in order to get the maximum £200.00 welcome bonus, you will need to deposit £400.00 on your first deposit. You would then need to gamble £400.00 on an event at odds of 1.60 or greater, and once you have completed that, 10Bet will give you a further £200.00 absolutely free.
Once you have made your deposit, you will need to roll it over once at odds of 1.60 or greater. Once you have done that, 10Bet will match 50% of your original deposit.
You will then need to roll over your deposit amount and bonus amount a further five times before you can withdraw it. This is just to prevent people from depositing £400.00, then getting the £200.00 deposit bonus, and withdrawing the lot.
Rolling it over shouldn’t be a problem as you have a massive 90 days to complete the process. If you have a couple of football bets a week, you should be able to naturally roll it over fairly easily.
You can speed up the roll over requirements if you wish by using the matched betting method. To do this, you will need to place bets on 10Bet, while laying them on the Betfair Betting Exchange (£30.00 in free bets here). You then need to hope that the bets lose, so you lose your money with 10Bet, but you win on Betfair (as you have layed the same bets on Betfair). This means the money ends up in Betfair, eliminating the roll over requirements with 10Bet.
If the bets win, you still break even, as you would win with 10Bet, and lose on Betfair. You would also be completing the roll over requirements in the process, so you will be okay no matter what happens.
Once you have opened your new 10Bet account you will see that there are plenty of offers for existing customers. These offers include the ‘4+ Combo Money Back’ promotion (also known as 10bet Acca Insurance), and there regular monthly offers. More information can be found on our 10Bet Offers For Existing Customers page.
Back to the new accounts offer, and £200.00 welcome bonuses don’t come around too often. So I would grab this one quickly, the link you need to grab a free two hundred quid is here.