How to profit from William Hill £30 free bet
William Hill £30 free bet is a great offer for new customers.
Firstly, sign-up for a new account with William Hill using promotion code P30. Then, deposit £10 with a debit card to get started.
New customers using Promo Code P30 only, min £10/€10 stake, min odds ½, free bets paid as £15/€15 (30 days expiry), free bet/payment method/player/country restrictions apply.
Change your odds display to decimal for easy comparison with the betting exchange odds.
Placing £10 qualifying bet
Place a £10 qualifying bet at odds greater than 1/2 (1.50), and you will immediately be credited with 2 x £15 free bets.
The following example is using a £10 qualifying bet on Southampton to beat Brighton at odds of 3/4 (1.75).
Laying £10 qualifying bet
Use the Trickybet lay calculator in Normal bet/qualifier bet mode and lay £9.83 at Smarkets, for a liability of £0.36.
The potential profit outcomes are the same regardless of the result of Southampton vs. Brighton:
b). If Southampton do not win: Minus £10 at William Hill. Plus £9.63 at Smarkets (£9.83 minus £0.20 commission) = £0.37 qualfying loss.
Using your William Hill free bets
Once your two £15 free bets are credited they are valid for 30 days.
When using a free bet at William Hill, click on your selection and it will be added to your betting slip.
In the betting slip, input your stake, i.e. £15 and select the free bet from the dropdown box. Finally, click “Place Bet”.
William Hill have competitive odds on football and horse racing. This makes it easy to find a high odds match for your £15 free bets. Here are two examples from top level football.
Using the Trickybet lay calculator in bet type “Free Bet SNR (Stake not Returned)” mode.
Placing your first £10 free bet
The first example is a fixture from 30th January 2018. Rennes vs. PSG draw is available as an 8.00/8.20 odds match.
a). Use your William Hill £15 free bet on the draw @ 8.00.
b). Lay £12.84 on the Rennes draw at Smarkets for a liability of £92.42.
Or if Rennes do not win, the £12.84 lay bet wins at Smarkets, minus 2% commission of £0.26 for £12.58 profit.
Placing your second £10 free bet
For example, a Premier League match. Chelsea vs. Bournemouth draw is available as a 6.00/6.20 odds match.
a). Place your William Hill £15 free bet on the draw @ 6.20.
b). Lay £12.14 on the draw at Smarkets. Your lay liability is £63.11.
If the match does not finish a draw: Your £15 free bet loses but it wasn’t your own money anyway, and the £12.14 lay at Smarkets wins, minus £0.25 commission gives a £11.89 profit.
Yet again, our matched betting strategy shows the same profit regardless of the result.
Using the above figures, the net profit from William Hill £30 of free bets is as follows: the qualifying matched bet lost £0.37. However, the £30 of free bets can be turned in to around £23 to £24 profit.
You should aim for 75% net profit from the William Hill welcome offer.
Check out the free bets strategy for more hints on how to profit from a stake not returned free bet.