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Cheltenham Festival Bookmakers
Sat, Mar 9th, 2013

Need to stretch your Cheltenham Festival funds ?

Here is a four point plan to turn £50 into a betting bank of over £100.

1. Open an account with Stan James and deposit £10

Stan James will match your first £10 bet with another free bet for £10. Using the links on this site you can get also get an exclusive and totally free £5 bet. Your £10 deposit will therefore get you two x £10 bets plus one £5 bet. Your total betting bank is £25.

2. Open an account with Skybet and deposit £10

Skybet will give you a totally free bet of £10 just for registering on the site. Deposit £10 and use it to bet on the Supreme Novice’s Hurdle and they will give you another £10 free bet to use on the National Hunt Chase on Wednesday. Your £10 deposit therefore gives you three x £10 bets. Your total betting bank is £30.

3. Open an account with Ladbrokes and deposit £10

Ladbrokes will give you a free bet of £10 after you place your first £10 bet. Your £10 deposit therefore can give a minimum of two x £10 bets. They will additionally give you a free bet matching your next four stakes (limited to £10 each time). Your £10 deposit could therefore give you £50 in free bets but you will need to be winning ! Taking a cautious approach we will say your £10 deposit gives you a £20 betting bank.

 4. Open an account with Coral and deposit £20

Coral will give you a free matched bet against your first bet. They also have (for now at least) an enhanced price of even money on Sprinter Sacre (stakes limited to £20) in the Champion Chase. We think the best strategy is to place you £20 on this offer. You can use your second free £20 bet on anything else ! Your £20 deposit has given you a £40 betting bank and a nice price on one of the expected stars of the meeting.

 Hope that helps ...check out our Cheltenham Festival Preview thread to see which horses the pundits have been tipping.

 

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