Best Cheltenham Sign Up Offers & Existing Customer Offers
Bookmakers in the UK are currently chucking out their best Cheltenham sign up offers, the latest price boosts, existing customer promotions and 2020 Festival free bets/bonuses in the hope that you’ll take a bet with them. It’s the perfect time of year for a bookmaker to use these new customer account sign-up offers in a bid to bolster their membership numbers for the year.
We’ve put together this epic guide for the 2020 festival, starting with a list of the best sign up offers offered by each bookie, followed by a detailed preview of each latest races.
Cheltenham Free Bets & New Customer Sign Up Offers
Up to £100 in Bet Credits for new customers at bet365. Min deposit £5. Bet Credits available for use upon settlement of bets to value of qualifying deposit. Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. Time limits and T&Cs apply.
*New Customers only. Deposit and place a £5 qualifying bet at odds of 2.00 or greater within 7 days of opening a new account; excludes cashed out bets. Receive 2x £10 Free Bets, valid on set events only at odds 2.00 or greater, expires in 7 days, plus a £10 Casino Bonus, expires in 7 days. Wager the Casino Bonus 40x to withdraw winnings. Credit or Debit card only.Geographical Restrictions. T&Cs Apply.
New Customer offer. Place 5 x £10 or more bets to receive £20 in free bets. Repeat up to 5 times to receive maximum £100 bonus. Min odds 1/2 (1.5). Exchange bets excluded. T&Cs apply.
The Best Cheltenham Offers For Existing Customers 2020
Daily Cheltenham Previews 2020
A quick overview of each day. Click the links for detailed race previews and extended coverage, a guide and tips for of each day of the festival.
Day 1 – Champion’s Day – Tuesday 12th March
Ready yourself for the “Cheltenham Roar”, as punters go wild at the start of the opening race, The Supreme Novice’s Hurdle at 1.30PM.
As per every day during the week, racing begins at 1.30pm and the Supreme Novice Hurdle opens proceedings on the first day with the two-mile novice chasers then competing in the Arkle trophy.
Big businesses will sponsor the Champion chase so keep an eye out for leading pools/bookmaker at the great location.
Laurina might be hoping to snatch victory in the Champion Hurdle, the feature race, but faces the challenge of current title holder Buveur D’air.
Day 2 – Ladies Day – Wednesday 13th March
The two-mile Queen Mother Champion Chase dominates the second day of the festival with Altior hoping to add this prize to his Arkle dominance from the last few seasons – a sign to certainly watch out for. He is expected to be opposed by Footpad or Un De Sceaux who has been a Cheltenham regular for several years now.
Day 3 – St Patrick’s Day – Thursday 14th March
The Ryanair Chase and Stayers Hurdle are the most prominent races of the third day with Monalee hoping to snatch victory in the former event.
Penhill was a shock win at the 2018 Stayers Hurdle, with Mullins also fielding Faugheen this time around. Likely competition in the Stayers Hurdle is going to come from Paisely Park, who will be suited to the ground alongside many other horses lacking the necessary speed for the shorter distance hurdle races.
Day 4 – Gold Cup Day – Friday 15th March
Although the final day of the meeting begins with three hurdle races, the Gold Cup is arguably the most prestigious contest of the four-day betting festival and the National Hunt season.
History shows that often the favourite doesn’t always win the Gold Cup. This year’s challenging horse is Presneting Percy, who is proven on all types of ground unlike Might Bite. He’s currently priced at 9/2 with several bookies, at the time of writing (20th Feb 2019).
Native River from the Colin Tizzard stable, who was third in 2017 and last year’s winner, will be the one to beat in the Gold Cup this year. Ante-post betting odds had him priced around 5/1 with Nicky Henderson’s horse looking hard to beat this year.
Cheltenham Is One Of The Biggest Horse Racing Festivals In The World
Although there are many lucrative meetings at weekends and during the festive season within the national hunt calendar, it is the mid-March Cheltenham Festival which is regarded as the annual championships with featured horses trained to achieve peak fitness for the four-day highlight of the jumping season.
Until 2005, the Cheltenham fixture had traditionally been a three-day midweek meeting attracting thousands of spectators from Ireland. Then a fourth day was introduced for the Friday with the Irish still arriving at the racecourse in numbers, but with more punters from various parts of England now converging on the Cotswolds as they are captivated by the extra publicity and betting opportunities available.
Quite often, the arrival of the festival often coincides with the first signs of Spring weather, although snow has sometimes fallen on the racecourse, but what actually will be awaiting the punters on each day of the 2017 meeting…
Trainers To Watch This Year When Using Your New Customer Offers
Gordon Elliott has the most successful horses at the 2017 Cheltenham Festival when he saddled six winners. Plenty trainers to keep an eye on this year, including Nicky Henderson and Willie Mullins as always.
Factors To Take Into Account When Betting On The Festival
Ground conditions – During mid-March, there is often a tendency for underfoot conditions to be much easier than during the depths of winter. ‘Good’ ground often prevails and this does not always suit horses campaigned with success in the mud (‘soft’) during the preceding months. Save your sign up offers and free bets to use at times where the going makes betting a lot more unpredictable.
The famous Cheltenham hill – The final two furlongs of each race features a stiff uphill finish with horses racing successfully at less undulating circuits such as Newbury and Haydock not necessarily suited by the demands of this track. Horses which have won previously at Cheltenham should be noted.
The Bookies – There is so much competition among the bookmakers, even on the High Street, that it pays to watch the offers available. Money back when the favourite wins is one to note especially with several odds-on favourites winning in recent seasons from the Willie Mullins yard. For anybody wishing to use Ladbrokes or William Hill in Cheltenham town centre, it is worth bearing in mind that these shops can become very busy during lunchtimes of festival week.
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Cheltenham Betting Offers: First Race of the Day Refund On Losing Horses
If you’re planning on betting on more than one day at Cheltenham festival, this offer is perfect as it’s almost a risk free bet that gives you a great shot of landing a winner if you fail to pick the winning horse. The free bet is given in 24 hours, usually sooner. Your refund can be used on any sport, so don’t worry if the Festival is over by the time you get your refund from Friday’s first race.
Cheltenham 2020 Non Runner No Bet
It makes sense to place your bets with a bookmaker that offers their customers the insurance of getting a refund for any horse that fails to start the race. Nobody wants to see a £100 bet going down the drain due to an injured horse. The majority of big bookmakers are offering this for 2020, but it’s always worth checking. These tips or offers are nothing special, they’ll crop up at most of the big venue 2020 races regardless of location – but it’s always good to take advantage of such special offers and enhanced prices in 2020.
Price Match For The Festival
Odds on horses fluctuate so badly that it’s essential to check, deposit and bet once you’ve found which bookie is offering the best odds for 2020. Depending on how much you stake on horse racing, getting better odds can make a big difference to your winnings. Leading bookmakers will match any better odds with their nearest businesses rivals to ensure you get paid out at the best possible odds. No code needed for these usually.
Latest & Best Odds Guaranteed For Cheltenham Betting
The vast majority of UK bookmakers will offer best odds guaranteed (B.O.G) throughout the festival, as they normally do for UK and Irish racing. It’s one of their standard offers, aside from the sign up bonuses. If your horse starts the race at better odds than you took at the time you placed your bet, the bookmaker will pay you any winnings at the latest higher odds. Perfect for Cheltenham betting offers. You won’t need to enter any sort of code to receive these latest special prices.
Betting On Cheltenham 2020: Getting Free Bets
Aside from the bonuses and offers for Cheltenham 2020 like the new customer free bets on offer, watch out for free bets on each race where you place a pre-race wager and then get some free bonuses to use on the next race. Look out for promo codes, bonuses, the odd discount code along with any bookmaker tips on their own blog. Coral, Racebets, Betfair and paddy power often do this. You can view their guide and tips without needing an account with them – although it’s always worth it in order to get the sign up bonuses. Enhanced offers on the day might offer the odd £1 free bonus, so check the latest betting special page in the morning.