Bet365 confirm that new and existing customers can claim free In-Play bet for Sunday afternoon Premier League clash
Bet365 rarely let the side down and we’ve just heard the fantastic news that the world’s best bookmaker are going to be running their famous In-Play free bet offer for Sunday’s clash between Arsenal and Liverpool.
Kicking off at 4pm on Sunday, this fixture is ridiculously enticing, with the Gunners looking to go one better than last season’s second place, while Liverpool begin their first full season under Jurgen Klopp.
It should be intriguing and the great news is that you can qualify for a free £50 In-Play bet on THE Premier League clash of the weekend.
How to get a free In-Play bet for Arsenal v Liverpool
Click on this special bet365 link
Register a new account OR log in to your account
Place a pre-match bet on Arsenal v Liverpool
When the match kicks off and goes In-Play, you will now qualify for a free bet providing you followed the above steps.
You can place an In-Play bet to the same stake as your pre-match bet (maximum £50) and know that should your In-Play bet lose, then bet365 will refund it in cash shortly after the game has finished.
So for example, you might back Liverpool at a pre-match 19/10 for a £50 stake.
Then, when the game goes In-Play, you might back Liverpool at 2/1 for a £50 stake.
If Liverpool win, then you’ll win on both of the above bets, although should Liverpool fail to win, then you would only lose the first bet. The second bet will be refunded back to your bet365 account.
Therefore, it’s a fantastic offer which carries a bigger upside than a downside, with the potential to win twice as strong as a normal bet.
You don’t have to place your In-Play bet on the same selection as the pre-match one and it might be that you back one team to win pre-match and then change your mind when it comes to betting In-Play.
New customers can also enjoy a 100% deposit bonus up to £200 when you register an account, with this available in the form of a betting balance which needs to be turned over three times.