We’ve covered more of the strategy stuff for how to deal with your free bets on the free bets no deposit section but it’s pretty straightforward for the Skybet free bets.
It’s a stake not returned free bet which means if you win £100 with your free bet it subtracts the £50 for the free bet and you get £50 returned. So placing your free bet on lower odds is more likely to get a return but it’s likely to be a small return because it’s only the winnings from the bet you get back pretty standard for a free bet and the minimum odds are evens (1/1 or 2.0 decimal) which is a little higher than some other offers but still decent. Join Skybet here today for a £10 no deposit free bet.
There’s no rollover or wagering requirements for either offer so it’s pretty straightforward to complete.
So with those basics in mind you have two options:
- Place it on evens (or just above) to have a likely outcome of a small win.
- Place on higher odds single (or multiple) to go for the bigger win.
Part of this will come down to your sports knowledge and sports betting ability. Ideally you want to look for a good price in either case. Skybet do offer frequent boosts as well normally on trebles if you’re aiming for the higher wins.
The best strategy, when it comes to free bets, is to take as many of them as you can. Bookie Monster tracks existing customer offers for skybet and anywhere else you’ve already signed up with and constantly finds new offers for other places to sign up with. Join Sky Bet here today.