Betfred’s Double Delight and Hat Trick Heaven promotions are football betting offers that are guaranteed to be offered on every Sky Sports Premier League game in the 2013/14 season.
They can give you much higher payouts than you might otherwise get.
These promotions apply to the first goalscorer market, and offer enhanced odds if the player you back goes on to score more goals in the same match.
How Does Double Delight Work?
Back any player as first goalscorer and if your Player scores the first goal of the match, then goes on to score another, Betfred will DOUBLE your first goalscorer price!
How Does Hat-Trick Heaven Work?
Back any player as first goalscorer and if your player scores the first goal of the match, then goes on to score a hat-trick, Betfred will TREBLE your first goalscorer price
Bets need to be placed before kick off in order to qualify for this offer. In-play bets don’t count (this is to stop people trying to bet when a player has already scored).
If you don’t have a Betfred account you can claim their fantastic signup bonuses if you join today. See below for details and click the button to claim these offers.
|Betfred are no longer recommended due to poor user experience, dishonest behaviour by their affiliates, and low rating on review sites such as Trust Pilot. A much better alternative is Sun Bets, and we would strongly recommend you join them instead.
How to claim your bonus at Sun Bets
Just open an account using the button below, and when you place your first bet of £5 or more, Sun Bets will match it with £10 in free bets!
New customers only. Must be aged 18 or over. Terms and Conditions apply.
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