A reader contacted Let’s Compare Bets.com recently and asked about the Bet365 betting bonus. For those who didn’t know Bet365 is one of the world’s largest online gaming companies. Founded in a portakabin in Stoke on Trent. Now the companies has over 6 millions customers in more than 200 companies. It is no surprise that the Bet365 betting bonus is one of the most generous. Bet365 offer a £200 betting bonus on various markets.

James (our reader) asked “how many bets must you place before you can withdraw your bet from Bet365?”

To claim the old Bet365 free bet or betting bonus customers needed to wager a number of bets in order to make them eligible. Now bonus offer is more simple. Instead of having to make one bet to claim another free bet it has been simplified to a 100% matched deposit bonus.   To withdraw the account balance the initial deposit and the bonus needs to be bet through three times. The bookmaker will match the first deposit up to £200. Effectively a new customer could have up to £400 in their account to start betting.

Here are the other important points about the Bet365 betting bonus.


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  • The initial deposit called the qualifying deposit and the bonus amount needs to be wagered 3 times before withdrawal.
  • Any sports markets can be used.
  • This exact offer is available to UK and republic of Ireland customers.  It is similar to new customers from other countries but not exactly the same.
  • It is for people who make regular bets because the balance needs to be played through 3 times within 90 days otherwise it’s forfeited.   After doing so, customers can reduce their betting.  The betting promotions are also very generous for existing customers as well.


If this isn’t the betting bonus you where looking for there are others on our betting bonus page.

Note from the editor.  I urge anyone who uses bookmaker bonuses to check out our review of a very simple system using Betfair to make a good income.  Seriously! See this now (link opens another page on this site).

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