Cheltenham Festival Competition to win a Free £50 Bet

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We have teamed up with Bet365 to offer three free £50 bets during the 2014 Cheltenham Festival in our competition.

For your chance to win one of the free bets on offer you simply need to predict the longest odds winner on a day of the Cheltenham Festival 2014.

Open a new Bet365 account here to get up to £200 in free bets.

We will be running three separate competitions, one on Tuesday, one on Wednesday and one on Thursday so you have three chances to win a free £50 bet thanks to Bet365.

The winner of each competition will be the person who predicts the name of the longest starting price winner on that specific day of the Cheltenham Festival.

For example, you predict Ted Veale will be the longest priced winner on Tuesday 11th March. If he is then you will win a £50 free bet, in the event of more than one person predicting the same horse we will run a random prize draw to determine the winner.

To enter the competition you need to have a Bet365 username, if you haven’t got one you can register for a new account using this link where you will not only get up to £200 free as a sign-up bonus, but you will get the best odds guaranteed on all Cheltenham Festival races, a free bet if you back a winner at 4/1 or more and a live stream of every Cheltenham race.

You can enter the competition on Twitter or Facebook by following these steps:

TWITTER: Tweet @thatsbettingtip with the name of the horse you think will be the biggest odds winner on that day using the hashtag #TBTlongshot.

FACEBOOK: Head to our Facebook page and comment on our status which horse you think will be the longest odds winner for that day.

Rules: One entry per person, must have an active Bet365 account, in the event of a tie a random draw will be conducted, our decision is final.

See all the latest Cheltenham Festival odds at Bet365.


Andy Clark

Andy Clark

Founder and Editor at editor and founder of Thatsagoal Media Limited. The home of free football betting tips.
Andy Clark

Andy Clark editor and founder of Thatsagoal Media Limited. The home of free football betting tips.