July 5th, 2016
Euro 2016 is racing towards a climax, but before the 10 July final plays out, there are still plenty of ways for you to boost your bankroll. From loss insurance to odds enhancers, the web's best bookmakers are dishing out the added value to new and existing customers.
Leading the pack as we head into the home straight is NetBet. As the site has done throughout the European Championships, the focus in the final stages of the tournament is to boost your returns and limit your losses.
While it's too late to win a million or a free VIP trip to the Euro 2016 final courtesy of NetBet, you can still enjoy some stress-free betting on the the two semi-finals this week, Portugal vs Wales (6 July) and Germany vs France (7 July).
Any NetBet customer that opts in to the Stressless Betting promo before 10 July will be able to double their winnings or receive a refund if they miss the mark.
To claim a £25 free bet, all you have to do is the following:
Once you've completed the above steps, you'll receive a £25 free bet:
While NetBet is giving you a way to cover your back during the finale, 10Bet's final promotion of the tournament is giving you something to look forward to after all is said and done.
By simply staking £30 on the final, you'll get a £10 free bet to use on any of 10Bet's sporting options following the conclusion of Euro 2016. What's there to bet on after Euro 2016 we hear you ask? Plenty. Aside from the Olympics, 10Bet has markets for horse racing, basketball, ice hockey and much more.
For seasoned sports bettors, Coral's partial cashout offer is one of the best ways to ante-up on the final of Euro 2016. Although the deal is open to all real money customers, the real trick to unlocking true value is knowing when to make a withdrawal and how much to withdraw and that's where the pros can thrive.
Unlike traditional early cashout offers, Coral's partial payment system allows you to claim back a portion of your winnings while allowing you to let the remainder ride until the end of the match. For example, let's assume Germany play Portugal in the final and you stake money on the former.
With the game heading into the final third you're in a winning position thanks to an early goal for Germany. However, as Ronaldo piles on the pressure with mazy runs and pile driving free kicks, you decide you want to reduce your risk by making a partial cashout.
At this point you'll be able to remove between 10% and 90% of your current earnings and let the rest of the money ride until the final whistle blows. The advantage of this system is that experienced football bettors can almost guarantee themselves a win by choosing the optimum time and amount to withdraw.
Football betting is all about reducing your risk while increasing your returns and Coral's partial cashouts are the fantastic way to do this. In fact, with Euro 2016 throwing up some unexpected results this summer, even the most secure bets could come unstuck in the finale.
To qualify for a partial cashout you'll need to place one of the following bets on the final:
Regardless of your betting preferences, the top online bookies have got you covered as we head towards the finale of Euro 2016. Whether it's better odds, no lose offers or risk reducing bonuses, these top picks should help to keep you in credit as the curtain comes down on another successful European Championships.
To enjoy a few bets on the semi-finals this week, head over to NetBet Sports today!
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