Bonus bonanza as the racing season hots up with Cheltenham Festival, The Grand National and Royal Ascott - Lets

Odds for Silviniaco Conti the horse trained by the well respected Paul Nicholls have just halved in price. After winning the Betfair Ascot Chase by 20 lengths Conti’s odds are the same as 2015 National winner Many Clouds. Nicholls thinks Conti is well handicapped and should really be racing at the National. Silviniaco Conti will not be racing at Cheltenham Festival so the next big test will be Aintree after a proper rest.

Many Clouds could be a good bet on Betfair to lose the National. Horses rarely win the National multiple times (but don’t mention Red Rum), especially not back to back. A lay bet on Many Clouds could be good especially after the odds have shortened either just before the off or during the race.

What about the bonuses

Existing bookmaker account holders should receive a raft of special offer leading up to these big horse races. Bet365, however, will offer you a matched bonus up to £200 (or currency equivalent) just for signing up. They will match any qualifying deposit pound for pound or euro for euro. Wager through the deposit once to release the bonus code. Free bet winnings are released for withdrawal after wagering through the deposit three times.

If that wasn’t enough other Bet365 bonuses include the Channel 4/1 bonus on horse races featured on Channel Four, Euro soccer bonus, tennis accumulator bonus and a massive on the move mobile bonus. There may be some tough terms and conditions for withdrawing bonus winnings but a service like Profit Accumulator has that covered.

Betfair give you a £30 bet for making a £10 wager for signing up for an account. Be prepared to have you mobile phone glowing red hot with existing account offers.

A bonafide bonus bonanza. Scoop up bonus offers using the Profit Accumulator service reviewed here on our blog.

Amazing, that’s just two bookmakers covered in this bulletin. Other bookmakers are bustling with bonus offers to temp custom especially on big events like the Grand National.

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