There’s just one match to go, and Sunday’s final will be between Portugal and France to see who are the Champions of Europe. The match promises to be a betting bonanza, with plenty of offers for both new and existing customers on the big match.
Portugal V France Euro 2016 New Customer Offers All offers end at 8pm Sunday
- 5/1 on France or 11/1 on Portugal to win Euro 2016 Outright with 888Sport
- £200 Welcome Bonus + money back if Portugal or France lose Euro 2016 on penalties with bet365
- 5/1 France or 13/1 Portugal to win Euro 2016 final in 90 mins with Netbet
- 6/1 on France to beat Portugal in 90 mins with Paddy Power
- 12/1 on Portugal to beat France in 90 mins with Paddy Power
- 8/1 on Griezmann to score anytime in 90 mins against Portugal with Paddy Power
- 8/1 on Ronaldo to score anytime in 90 mins against France with Paddy Power
- 6/1 France or 12/1 Portugal to win in 90 mins and £100 in free bets from Betfair
- Bet £10 on Portugal V France and get £20 in free bets from Boylesports
- 8/1 Ronaldo OR 8/1 Griezmann to score in 90 mins + £100 in free bets from Betfair
- 10/1 on France to beat Portugal in 90 mins with Coral
More offers will be added as they become available throughout the day.
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All bet365 customers can get Penalty Payback on the final. This means if you back either Portugal or France to win the tournament outright, you will get your money back (in cash) if your team loses the finals on penalties – and looking at the way Portugal play, there is a good chance that penalties could happen.
If you are only just opening a new bet365 account, you can get the standard £200.00 Welcome Bonus, and still qualify for Penalty Payback.
More New Customer Offers will be added as they become available. Also, don’t forget to check out our extensive list of football betting systems, that can be used on Euro 2016.
Euro 2016 Existing Customer Offers
Another good reason for getting a bet365 account, is for their £50.00 free bet in-play offer for new and existing customers. Already we have seen this offer available on England V Russia, Wales V England, Belgium V Wales, and it may well be available again for the final on Sunday night.
You can claim this offer if you are only opening a new bet365 account now, and you will also qualify for the £200.00 Welcome Bonus, as well as all of the other additional perks you get with a bet365.
It’s well worth getting a bet365 account for this offer alone, other reasons are the £200.00 welcome bonus, £50.00 free bet on mobile, Bore Draw Money Back Offer and the Each-Way First Goalscorers Offer. More details on this, and any other existing customer offers can be found on our Euro 2016 Offers For Existing Customers page.
Euro 2016 £200 Welcome Bonuses
Another bookmaker also offering a £200.00 Welcome Bonus that can be used on Euro 2016 is 10bet. This is a general offer available everyday from 10bet, but one that could be best utilised during the European Championships.
To get the full bonus amount from this offer you will need to deposit £400.00, as the bonus is paid at a rate of 50% on your first deposit. Once you have rolled over the full amount once, 10Bet will credit your account with £200.00.
As the European Championships is going to be a massive betting event, this could be the ideal time to roll over the amount easily to claim the bonus.
Euro 2016 Live Betting
- William Hill Euro 2016 Betting And £20.00 In Free Bets
- Paddy Power Euro 2016 Betting and £30.00 In Free Bets
The tournament is being hosted by France, and they will be opening the whole show when they take on Romania at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis on the opening night.
They then progress into a round of 16, followed by the quarter-finals, semi-finals, and the final at Stade de France on 10th July.