Royal Ascot Offers | 16th June 2015


LOOKING for the best bookie offers for Royal Ascot? You’ve come to the right place.

Bet £20, Get £50 Free Bet (Bet Victor)

Join BetVictor this week and you’ll get £50 worth of free bets once you stake £20.

You’ll receive £30 instantly then get £5 a day between Wednesday and Saturday.

Free Bet On Every Day 1 Race (Betfair)

Join Betfair before the action starts at Royal Ascot and you’ll get a free bet on every Day 1 race.

Just open an account, place a £10 bet and you’ll get a £5 free bet on all six races to use.

5/1 Gleneagles Wins The St James Palace Stakes (Ladbrokes)

He’s the hottest favourite throughout the week and is odds on with every bookmaker.

Sign up with Ladbrokes before Tuesday afternoon though and you can back him at 5/1 with your first bet.

Money Back If You Back A Loser (Skybet)

This is excellent from Skybet!

Place bet on the opening race (2.30 Queen Anne Stakes) and if your horse doesn’t win you’ll receive a free bet as compensation.

Free Bet If 2nd Or 3rd In The First Race (Paddy Power)

Paddy Power have come up with this cracking offer for all customers.

Place a bet in the opening race (2.30 Queen Anne Stakes) and if your horse finishes second or third you’ll get a free bet.

Back A Winner, Get A Free Bet (Bet365)

Bet 365‘s ever popular Saturday free bet will be running throughout Royal Ascot.

Back a winner at 4/1 on any Royal Ascot race and you’ll get a risk free bet on the very next race!

Treble The Odds On Any Horse (Betway)

Yup, Betway are offering treble the odds on any horse running this week for new customers.

Just sign up to take advantage of this excellent offer.

Second To Ryan Moore Refund (Betfred)

Betfred are offering all players a free bet refund if their Royal Ascot pick finishes second to a Ryan Moore ridden winner.

This offer is valid for all 30 Royal Ascot races.


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