Cheltenham Festival 2017: Best Bookmaker Offers

There is no week in racing like Cheltenham Festival week for knockout bookie concessions. In fact, this site has largely given up promoting bookmakers because their offers are normally so loaded with unfair conditions. But the bookmakers know this is one of the biggest ‘acquisition’ windows – periods when they can get new account signups – in the sporting calendar; and they make it worth our while.

So here are the pick of the bookmaker offers that I can see (it’s a shortlist at the moment, and the first one is the standout if you don’t already have a Victor account).

One word of warning: please, please, PLEASE do your own due diligence on an offer if you have reservations. Some are location specific, some won’t apply if using certain payment methods, and so on. Make sure you check.

BetVictor

NEW customers: Bet £10, and get a free £2 bet on EVERY race at the Festival (28 of them)

 

SkyBet

Your first 30 days for just £1

ALL customers: Money back as a free bet if you lose in the first race each day (£20 max, applies to bets struck now as well as on the day, NRNB)

NEW customers: £10 FREE bet – NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED

 

bet365

ALL customers: Best Odds Guaranteed and NRNB on ALL Festival races. Extra place concessions will be available from the day before the Festival races. Plus, for every winner at 4/1 or bigger you bet on an ITV racing race, you’ll get a risk-free bet to the same stake on the next ITV racing race.

 

Tote Ireland

NEW customers: Get up to €100 cash back. Quote ‘GEEGEEZ1’ in the Promo Code box to qualify. Full terms here.

ALL customers: Bet €20 to €100 win single through Tote and if SP is greater get paid at SP. Full terms here.

AND… if you make your placepot bets into Irish Tote, you get paid at the UK dividend (same with all bets here) and you help geegeez.co.uk at the same time. [We get a small rebate for every euro invested into the pools, which we use to fund our free site content].

Your first 30 days for just £1
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