Black Friday Betting Offers, Free Bets and Enhanced Odds Offers as the bookies pull out all their best Black Friday Offers – 29th November 2019
Black Friday might have been an American invention to increase retail sales, but now that bookmakers in the UK have embraced the concept, we rather like it!
There have been some fantastic Black Friday betting offers in the last year or two, notably some very nice 50/1 enhanced odds offers on the favourites in football matches. And we are hoping for more of the same for the 2019 Black Friday event which takes place on 29th November 2019.
Here we will detail the best Black Friday betting offers, free bets and enhanced odds offers, and we’ll be adding new ones as they materialise so be sure to pop back regularly to see what’s available… especially on Friday itself!
Also, check out our Best Free Bets page for the best welcome offers from the biggest bookies around!
888sport Black Friday Offer: Bet £10, Get £40 in Free Bets
888sport are giving new customers a tidy boost from the standard 888 Bet £10, Get £30 Offer, and making it Bet £10, Get £40 in free bets. Which is very nice of them!
KEY TERMS: New Customers only – £10 minimum deposit using promo code “FOOTBALL” – First bet must be placed on any market – Minimum stake £10 at odds of 1/2 (1.5) – Free bets credited upon qualifying bet settlement and expire after 7 days – Free bet stakes not included in returns – Deposit balance is available for withdrawal at any time. General deposit method & withdrawal restrictions apply & Full T&C’s apply.
Ladbrokes – Bet £5, Get £20 in Free Bets – New Customers – 18+, T&Cs Apply
Ladbrokes are no strangers to big betting offers and we are hoping for something massive on Friday to celebrate Black Friday. In the meantime, the Ladbrokes £20 Free Bet offer is certainly worth claiming if you don’t already have a betting account with them.
KEY TERMS: 18+ New UK+IRE customers. Paypal and certain deposit types and bet types excluded. Min £5 bet within 14 days of account reg at min odds 1/2 = 4 x £5 free bets. Free bets valid for 4 days on sports, stake not returned, restrictions apply. T&Cs apply.
18+, T&Cs Apply
Coral Offer – Bet £5, Get £20 – New Customers – 18+, T&Cs Apply
Coral are one bookie who rarely disappoint when it comes to massive betting offers and we fully expect them to pull out all the stop for the 2019 Black Friday event.
In the meantime, their standard welcome offer is a tasty Bet £5, Get £20 in Free Bets affair that, as a 400% matched offer, gives new customers a great value option.
KEY TERMS:18+ New UK+IRE customers. PayPal and certain deposit and bet types excluded. Min first £5 bet within 14 days of account reg at min odds 1/2 = 4 x £5 free bets valid for 7 days on sports, stake not returned, restrictions apply. T&Cs apply.
BetVictor – Bet £5, Get £30 Bonus– New Customers
BetVictor are one of our favourite bookies when it comes to long term value of their odds and regularity of great betting offers and promotions.
New customer who join and place a bet of £5 will be credited with £20 in free bets and a £10 casino bonus!
KEY TERMS: New Customers only. Deposit and place a £5 qualifying bet at odds of 2.00 or greater within 7 days of opening a new account; excludes cashed out bets. Receive 2x £10 Free Sports Bets, valid on set events only at odds 2.00 or greater, expires in 7 days, plus a £10 Casino Bonus, expires in 7 days. Wager the Casino Bonus 35x to withdraw winnings. Credit/Debit card deposits only. Geographical Restrictions and T&Cs Apply, See Below. Please Gamble Responsibly
A Brief History of Black Friday
Like lots of things that permeate society in the UK in the 21st century, Black Friday skipped across the Atlantic from the United States of America. It is the day after Thanksgiving (so the fourth Friday in November) and since the early 1930s it has been regarding as effectively the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. As such, many retailers tend to open early and offer a number of special deals to mark the occasion.
The actual term “Black Friday” appears to date back to the early 1960s in Philadelphia when it was used to describe the day in hellish terms because of the traffic congestion and packed out shops. Others suggest the term originated in reference to retailers turning a profit for the year, that is going “into the black” from an accounting perspective.
Such is the consumerist urge shown by many people and the desperation to get (or be seen to be getting) a bargain, in recent years there have been near riots on Black Friday. Queue jumping, scrums to grab the first/last item at a bargain price and a general disregard for fellow shoppers have resulted in plenty of scuffles, and – in America – even shootings!
For us though, we’ll be staying well away from Toys R Us and the big superstores and instead we’ll be focussing our attentions on the online betting offers that pop up from the best bookies around… so come back regularly and you might land yourself a bargain of a betting offer that could fill your pockets with cold, hard cash instead of a load of pointless discounted gadgets!