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What are bookmaker bonuses?

There are many different types of bonuses / rewards available across all bookmakers.

Before we look at what bonuses there are, I want to draw your attention to the bookmaker BetDeluxe. This company offers great bonuses for bettors.

Your winning bet will be boosted by the following bonuses depending on the bookmaker in question:

1) Cashback – this is where you get money back in your wallet when you place a losing bet;

2) Free bets – these are offers available to use on selected events;

3) Enhanced odds – this is where your bet will be placed at a higher/ lower price than the standard (but not normalised) market rate. For many punters, enhanced odds can potentially offer great value for money; and

4) Accumulators – this is where you combine several bets into one, where the winnings of each individual bet will be combined and paid out as a lump sum.

Here is an example: if I place a $20 bet on Manchester United to beat Arsenal with enhanced odds of 2.0 (2.0 means your stake is multiplied by two) then if Manchester Utd win, I would receive $40 (this includes my original stake of $20).

You can also get bonuses when you sign up to a new bookmaker.

There are many other types of bonus available at betting site, so it is well worth checking out the latest offers before placing any bets.

What are the key differences between an accumulator and a free bet?

An accumulator is where you place several bets at once, whereas a free bet is an offer you are given by a bookmaker. The free bet can be used on any betting market but cannot be combined with another existing free bet or cashback offer. An accumulator typically requires at least 4 selections, where the winnings of each individual bet will be combined and paid out as a lump sum. Furthermore, if one selection in an accumulator loses then the entire accumulator is voided.

How do I get access to free bets?

Free bets can usually be found on betting offers / sign up pages. When you sign up to a bookmaker, they will usually offer you one or two free bets. These are useful as they allow you to place bets on your favorite sports and events without using your own money.

What are cashback offers?

Cashback offers are where you get money back in your wallet when you place a losing bet. Cashback is money given to you by a bookmaker when you have lost your bet. The amount will vary depending on the bookmaker, but it usually ranges from 5% – 50%. You can then use this money for another bet or withdraw it into your wallet.

What are free bets? How do I get access to them?

Free bets are offers available to use on selected events. The amount you receive will vary from bookmaker to bookmaker, but generally ranges from 0.50 – 1.00 units depending on the event or market in question. You can then use this money for another bet or withdraw it into your wallet.

What is a lump sum win?

A lump sum win is where your bet will be placed at a higher/ lower price than the standard (but not normalised) market rate. For many punters, enhanced odds can potentially offer great value for money.

How do I place an accumulator?

An accumulator is where you combine several bets into one, where the winnings of each individual bet will be combined and paid out as a lump sum. You will require at least 4 selections, where the winnings of each individual bet will be combined and paid out as a lump sum. Furthermore, if one selection in an accumulator loses then the entire accumulator is voided .

How do I place an enhanced odds bet?

You can place an enhanced odds bet by either looking out for the dedicated enhanced odds tab or just ticking the box that says ‘enhanced’. You then need to select how many units you wish to stake. For example, if you selected 10 units at 2.0 your total accrued amount would be 20 units. The maximum that can be won on an enhanced odds bet is capped.

What are enhanced odds?

Enhanced odds are where you can place a bet at a greater price than the standard (but not normalised) market rate. For many punters, enhanced odds can potentially offer great value for money. You can place an enhanced odds bet by either looking out for the dedicated enhanced odds tab or just ticking the box that says ‘enhanced’.

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