Sports betting attracts many people who enjoy unforgettable emotions. Bets on the exact score of a sporting event are especially popular – the odds for such outcomes on 1xBet are very high, and the anticipation of victory is thrilling.
Now, to please their customers even more, 1xBet has launched a bonus called 1xFreebet, with which users can get an up to $7 free bet every week simply for betting on the correct score.
How does it work?
To take part in the promotion, you must have a 1xBet account. Therefore, if you still need to register with this renowned betting company, do it now. You will also need to agree to participate in bonus promotions in your personal account and click on the “Take part” button on the promo page.
Then, from Tuesday to Monday, simply make at least one single bet on the exact score of any sporting event from $2. Then, the following Tuesday, the bookmaker automatically awards free bets of up to $7 to participants of the promotion based on the results of the past bonus week.
What determines the amount of the free bet?
The amount of free bet you can receive depends on the amount wagered. For example, the minimum bonus is awarded for a bet from $2 to $7. For a bet from $16 to $30, 1xBet is guaranteed to give a free bet in the amount of $1.5. And for a bet over $50, you will receive a free bet of $7. Please note that the bonus is credited based on the first calculated bet according to the specified parameters within the bonus week.
Check out the details of this and other cool bonuses on the 1xBet website.
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