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Claim £200 in 2014 World Cup free bets when you sign up with bet365

"Having a bet365 account for the 2014 World Cup is essential"


Bet365 are offering new players a 100% deposit bonus up to £200 when they register an account

If you go down to bet365 today, you’re sure of a big surprise. The world’s leading bookmaker have launched a free bet for new customers which means that you can get a 100% deposit bonus up to £200 when you open a new account.

Having a bet365 account for the 2014 World Cup is essential considering this firm will be offering a raft of pre-match and In-Play markets for every game that takes place in Brazil, with the 32 teams currently making their final preparation for the tournament.

How do I claim my 100% deposit bonus?
Click here to register a bet365 account
Place a first deposit
Bet365 will then match this deposit with a free bet balance up to £200

You can place bets with the initial deposit and free bet balance right away. To make a withdrawal, you simply need to turn over your initial amount and free bet balance three times and the money is all yours.

Bet365 will also be running free bet promotions throughout the World Cup, with Brazil the current 3/1 favourites to win on home soil.

Luiz Felipe Scolari’s team should go a long way providing that they don’t allow the pressure to get to them, with Neymar the poster boy of the team and likely to play a starring role.

“My chosen leaders are David Luiz, Julio César and Fred,” he explained.

“I had already chosen them and I’ve been talking to them a little more during some trips.

“I have no doubts about my final list, but I will wait until the end of the leagues.

“I could have some last-minute problems, like [Napoli’s] Henrique, who was in an accident.

“Not even [Carlos Alberto] Parreira, [Flavio] Murtosa or the chairman [Jose Maria Marin, CBF president] know about the final list.

“But we shouldn’t have many surprises. You [the journalists] would probably guess 22 out of the 23.”

“Neymar will be very well received on the national team,” the World Cup winner stated.

“My analysis of Neymar is very different from that of some Spanish critics.

“The moment his club is going through right now is not good but Brazil’s style of play is very different.”