Betfred Sign-up Offer - Bet £10 get £40 in Free Bets

It’s not too late if you haven’t heard about Betfred’s sign-up offer, as we are here to make things easier for you. New customers that decide to register with Betfred will get £40 in Free Bets when they deposit and place a £10 bet on any sport.

How to claim £40 in Free Bets with Betfred

  • Register & Deposit using Promo Code CHELT40
  • Place a bet of £10+ on Sports
  • Bet £10 on any sports selection with minimum odds of 2.0 or greater
  • You will receive £40 in Free Bets within 10 hours of your qualifying bet being settled. Crediting may be delayed if additional documentation is required.

Betfred Bonus General Terms and Conditions

  • Register using the promo code CHELT40.
  • Make your first deposit of at least £10, using a Debit Card registered to you, within 7 days of registering for an account with us. No other payment method will qualify.
  • Place a bet of £10 or more on any qualifying Sportsbook markets at odds of Evens or greater (2.0+), which is going to be settled within 7 days of registration. Two or more separate bets with a combined stake of £10 will not qualify.
  • Only your very first valid bet will count.
  • If your bet is voided or cancelled by us: it will not count and the next valid bet you place will be considered instead.
  • If your account is set to euros you will need to deposit and bet £10 to qualify.
  • The Free Bet amount cannot be withdrawn as cash and will not form part of any winnings paid to you.
  • Any unused Free Bets will expire 7-days after issue.
  • One welcome offer per address/IP address/device or mobile number. Previous account holders are not eligible for the offer. Anyone opening a account that has previously held an account with us that is closed does not qualify for the offer.
  • In the event of a dispute, the decision of the Betfred Management Team will be final and based on our Terms and Conditions.

Marius Hrebenciuc

Marius Hrebenciuc

Marius Hrebenciuc is the webmaster for He is also a football enthusiast, an avid watcher of the European leagues.