Ladbrokes

Ladbrokes £50 Free Bet

What you need to know:
Offer Code F50
Min Bet £5
Min Odds 1/2

Join one of the biggest bookmakers on the planet and you'll get access to a whole host of promotions and offers as well as a comprehensive live betting section.

As you would anticipate with such a big name in the industry, Ladbrokes also have a fabulous sign-up offer available to new customers. Create an account today and make a first deposit of at least £5 using the promo code F50 and Ladbrokes will credit you with a free bet worth up to £50.

New customers only. Terms and Conditions Apply.

Instructions

How to claim your Ladbrokes free bet bonus:

  1. Open a new account from MonsterBet.
  2. Remember to add the promotion code F50 when filling out your details on the registration page to qualify for the offer.
  3. Make a deposit into your new betting account (minimum £5 deposit).
  4. Proceed to place your first bet on any market belonging to Ladbrokes Sportsbook at odds of 1/2 or over.

Ladbrokes will then credit your account with a matched free bet amount to the value of up to £50

Once your qualifying bet has been settled, Ladbrokes will then credit your account with your free bet tokens.

Please note that your free bet tokens must be used within 4 days of being issued or it will expire.

Ladbrokes Deposit Methods

  • Visa/Mastercard/Maestro/Switch/Solo
  • Laser
  • Paypal
  • Skrill
  • Neteller
  • Click and Buy
  • Western Union
  • Bank Transfer
  • Ukash

Ladbrokes Minimum Deposits:

£5 with debit cards, credit cards and Ukash, £10 with all other methods.

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Free Bet Terms and Conditions

  • Offer available to UK & Republic of Ireland residents aged 18 years or over opening a new Online, Mobile or Telephone Ladbrokes account
  • Qualifying bet must be a real money sports bet of £5 Win or £ Each-way or more at fractional odds of 1/2 (decimal odds 1.5) or greater.
  • The free bet will be triggered by the placement of the qualifying bet and will not apply to subsequent bets. Void bets do not count towards this promotion.
  • The qualifying bet must be made within 14 days of account registration to qualify. First sports bets placed after this duration will not qualify for this free bets offer.
  • In order to qualify for the Free Bet the initiating bet must be placed on odds totalling 1/2 or over. For a single line accumulator, each individual leg of the bet must be 1/2 or over.
  • Free bet tokens will expire 4 days after issue.
  • The free bet must be wagered in full, can be redeemed on win or each-way bets and can be used on the following listed bet types: single, double, treble, 4-fold and upwards accumulator, forecast, combination.
  • Qualifying Bet and free bets cannot be used with Cash Out.
  • Free bet token is not valid on the Ladbrokes Exchange, tote, other combination and multiple bets (i.e Lucky 15s). 

    For full Terms & Conditions please see the Ladbrokes website

About Ladbrokes

Ladbrokes was first founded way back in 1886 and currently employs 14,000 people around the UK. The company has shown a brilliant ability to adapt and change as time has moved on.

Ladbrokes is one of the biggest sports betting portals in the world with 13 different international sites and 17 different currencies supported. As well as international sites, they also have betting shops located in Ireland, Spain and Belgium. Their customer service is provided around the clock.

Become a Ladbrokes account holder today to get the best of both betting worlds. Ladbrokes have now launched a betting exchange to go alongside their Sportsbook (fixed odds betting) product. Your ONE Ladbrokes account can now bet with the bookmaker, or against fellow punters using the betting exchange.

The Ladbrokes betting exchange does not stand your bets, instead, just like other rival betting exchanges, they take a small margin of commission from the profit of winning bets, starting at a rate of 5%, but reducing to 2%.