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Coral Bet & Get Club: Bet €/£25 or more on any sport to get €/£5 free

| 11.01.2017

Coral’s Bet & Get Club

Calling all new and existing Coral customers; join our Bet & Get Club!

If you are prepared to bet €/£25 or more across all sports between Monday and Thursday, then we will credit your account with a €/£5 free bet on Friday evening to use at the weekend. It’s our way of giving back to customers for betting with Coral!

Whether you have been with us a while or you are just signing up, once you have logged in to your Coral account you will be asked if you wish to opt in to the Bet & Get Club.

Next, when you have opted in, simply stake a minimum of a cumulative €/£25 across sports bets of evens (2.0) or greater from 00:01 Monday morning until 23:59 Thursday night.

Come 18:00 on Friday evening, we will then credit your account with a €/£5 free bet token.

Even if you like accumulators, betting on this will count towards the €/£25 total providing the combined odds are greater than even-money.

To reiterate, you can place wagers on multiple sports and events, and as long as the total is €/£25 or over by Thursday night, there will be €/£5 free waiting to be used in your account by Friday night.

Please note you must opt in to Coral’s Bet & Get Club every week to qualify, while your €/£5 free bet can be used on any sports market at odds of 1/2 (1.5) or greater and must be staked in full..

You’ll find a full list of terms and conditions on our offers page, and we’ve answered some frequently asked questions below. Get signed up to Coral’s Bet & Get Club now!

Frequently Asked Questions about Coral Bet & Get Club

I placed a total of over £/€25 on sport this week before 23.59 on Thursday, when will I get my free bet?
Your online £/€5 free bet will be credited by 18:00 each Friday and will expire 23.59 Sunday of the respective game week.

I placed a Lucky 15 on four different sports, does this count towards my weekly qualifying total?
For multiple bets such as Yankees, Lucky 15’s Lucky 31’s all the way up to a Goliaths, each individual selection must be at EVS or greater to qualify for the Bet & Get club. Straight line accumulators can have cumulative odds of EVS

Can I use Cash Out My Bet on this promotion?
The qualifying bet and free bets cannot be used on Cash Out My Bet.

I placed £/€25 in bets but they are not all settled before 23.59 on Thursday, will these count as qualifying bets?
To count as qualifying bets towards your £/€25 total, any bets must be settled before the 23.59 Thursday deadline. Therefore ante post bets, or any other bets which would be settled after 23.59 Thursday of the respective game week would NOT qualify.

Does the qualifying £/€25 have to be placed in one transaction?
No, any sports bets placed between Monday and Thursday will accumulate toward your required £/€25 weekly total as long as you meet the staking requirements.

What if I still want to take advantage of Football Acca Insurance for example, would that still count?
Yes. Regardless of whether or not you receive money back as a free bet on our Acca Insurance promotion for example, your initial stake would still count towards your £/€25 required total. However, redemption of the free bet would not count towards this offer.

If I miss a week, does that mean I can no longer qualify for the Coral Bet & Get Club?
No, it’s up to you when you want to take part. As long as you opt in and bet between Monday & Thursday on a specific game week, you will qualify. You must opt in each week in order to qualify for this promotion. On the weeks you do opt in and meet the qualifying criteria, you will be awarded with your £/€5 in free bet.

Can I use my free bet as a qualifying stake for the Bet & Get Club?
No. Any free bets staked will not count as a qualifying stake for the Bet & Get Club as these are not real money bets.

Is the Coral Bet & Get Club open to anyone?
The Bet & Get Club is subject to eligibility.


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Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.