June 22nd, 2016
Euro 2016 is well into its third week of action and with the competition starting to reach fever pitch, so too is the bonus activity at the top bookmaking sites.
As the cream of Europe's footballing talent battle for a place in the final stages, NetBet is currently scoring on all fronts with more Euro 2016 bonuses than you can shake a baguette at. We've picked out the best offers so you don't have to waste any time getting more bang for your proverbial buck this summer.
The European Championships always induce a mix of emotions, but if you're a NetBet customer you can take the stress out of betting this year with this doubly delightful bonus. Worth up to £25 each time you ante-up, this bet basically gives you something back when you win or lose.
Of course, to enjoy a "stressless" game you need to make a few simple moves, which are as follows:
Once you've completed the above steps, you'll receive some free bonus cash under the following conditions:
If your team comes from behind to win, your winnings (minus your stake) will be doubled up to the value of £25 in the form of a Free Bet.
If your team loses after leading the match, NetBet will refund your losing bet up to the value of £25 in the form of a Free Bet.
If you're able to spare just £1, then NetBet has a golden opportunity in the form of its 'Golden Goal' offer. Each week the site puts up two grids containing five and six Euro 2016 matches and your job is to correctly predict the outcome of each match.
For example, let's say you wanted to bet on Mini Grid #1, which contains five Euro 2016 fixtures. This game offers a £500 single winner guarantee and the premise is simple: the punter with the most correct predictions will win the lion's share of the prize.
So, let's assume you pay your £1 entry fee, choose five results and get them all correct. Doing this will entitle you to 80% of the total prize pool (the amount collected through entry fees) as well as a jackpot amount (i.e. the £500 guaranteed at the start).
If more than one bettor makes five correct predictions then the prize pool and jackpot is split evenly among them. However, if no one correctly predicts the five results then the jackpot is rolled over to the next week and the punter/s with four correct guesses will get 15% of the prize pool.
To enhance your chances of winning it's also possible to place double and treble bets on a fixture. For example, if England vs. Germany was an option, you'd be able to bet on England to win, Germany to win and a draw.
However, if you choose to do this and improve your chances of winning, you will also have to pay a higher entry fee (£1 for each additional bet).
While NetBet is currently leading the Euro 2016 betting bonus stakes, other sites are also offering some tantalising action. After taking advantage of NetBet's fantastic football deals, make sure you check out the best of the rest in week three of the European Championships:
10bet Euro 2016 Bonuses
Betway Euro 2016 Bonuses
Check out Betway every day of Euro 2016 for enhanced odds offers. By clicking through the Euro 2016, you'll find a selection of daily deals and improved odds on everything from goal scorers to outright result predictions.
LeoVegas Euro 2016 Bonuses
LeoVegas wants you to roar this summer with a trio of betting offers. Basically, the more you bet, the more you can win in bonuses:
To take advantage of all these offers and more, follow our secure sign-up links and create your first betting account today!
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