The Betway Free Bet Club is open to all customers of Betway and runs on a weekly basis.
If you bet £25 on multiples with three or more selections between Saturday & midnight the following Friday, Betway will credit your account with two £5 free bets. One on Saturday and one on Monday.
This offer is worth an estimated £5.50 on a weekly basis and so should be taken advantage of regularly.
Betway free bet club key terms
Betway free bet club strategy
There are a couple of strategies you can use to lock in a profit from this offer. One is very simple while the other takes a little more work. It's handy to understand them both should one option not be available.
You need to opt into the free bet club to be eligible to receive the free bets. However, opt-in is only required once which makes things a bit easier. You can opt-in via the promotions page once logged into your Betway account.
2. find an acca
You need to place a multiple containing at least three legs. This is where you have two options.
1. Find a pre-made ACCA which you can lay in one go.
2. Pick three games and lay them sequentially.
Option 1 is by far the easiest choice and we'd recommend this whenever possible. There are usually trebles which you can lay on Betfair, Smarkets & Matchbook on weekends when bookmaker such as Skybet and William Hill offer ACCA boosts.
For example, the image above shows a treble available on Smarkets for Sevilla, Real Madrid & Atalanta all to win.
The lay odds are 4.9 and so providing the combined back odds on Betway are somewhat close to that, you should be able to qualify for the £10 in free bets with a minimal qualifying loss.
As mentioned, this is the easiest option as you can simply place your accumulator with Betway and lay it in one bet on a betting exchange.
Option 2 is a bit more complicated as you will have to manually lay each leg of your ACCA. You'll need an ACCA spreadsheet or ACCA tool to calculate your lay stakes such as the 'AccaBacker' tool available on MatchedBets & Profit Squad.
You'll begin by laying the first leg and if it wins, you'll lay the next leg and so on. The disadvantage of this method compared to the one above is that:
1. Each leg of your accumulator cannot overlap as you will only lay the next leg if the previous one wins.
2. You have to make sure you're available to lay the next leg. Depending on the kick-off times, this time frame can be narrow.
3. back & lay your bet
Once you have found an ACCA, you need to place it with Betway and lay it on the exchange.
If you are using a pre-made ACCA, simply use a matched betting calculator to determine your lay stakes based on the combined odds of your accumulator and the lay odds on the exchange.
4. using your free bets
Once you have qualified by placing your £25 accumulator, you will be credited with two £5 free bets. One on Saturday and one on the following Monday.
Back & lay any sports selection at odds of 5.0 to return the best profit.
You should make around £4 from each of your free bets which should give you an overall profit total of around £5.50 - £6.