Bookie Offers | Win £100 Cash From Us | 17th-18th October 2015


LOOKING for an offer this weekend? Here are the most popular bookie offers available.

Oh by the way, we’re now giving everyone the chance to win £100 cash off us here at WeLoveBetting. How? Let us explain:

Win £100 Cash From Us

  1. Sign up and deposit with a bookmaker via any of our links below or via here
  2. Email us at [email protected] to inform us who you’ve signed up with
  3. We’ll offer you a cash sum. Take it or gamble it up to £100 without having to spend another penny.

You can qualify for the £100 challenge by taking any of the offers below:

9/1 Newcastle or 10/1 Norwich (Paddy Power)

The live game on Sunday brings Newcastle and Norwich together. Join Paddy Power and you’ll get enhanced odds on either side.

Man City 6/1 to beat Bournemouth (Coral)

City knocked the shit out of Newcastle two weeks ago and now they have Bournemouth in their sights. Sign up and get 3/1 on them.

Free Bet For Every Goal Scored (Betway)

Place a bet on the Win Draw Win market in the Watford v Arsenal game and you’ll get a free bet every time a goal is scored.

Free Bet If Both Teams Score (Ladbrokes)

Back Spurs, Liverpool or the Draw at Ladbrokes and if your bet loses you’ll get it refunded if both teams score.

Chelsea, Man City, Man Utd, Southampton 18/1 Acca (Boylesports)

Not got a Boylesports account? Join this weekend and you’ll get this acca for 18/1. It should be 6/1!

Liverpool 10/1 to beat Tottenham (Paddy Power)

Jurgen Klopp is here and you can back his Liverpool side at 10/1 to win on Saturday.

Arsenal 4/1 to beat Watford (Betfair)

Man Utd were crushed 3-0 before the international break and now Arsenal face newly-promoted Watford. New accounts get 4/1.

Channel 4/1 Free Bet Offer at Bet365

Back a winner at 4/1 or more on a Channel 4 race and get a free bet to the same stake exclusively at Bet365.


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