With the US Open getting underway at Flushing Meadows on Monday evening, anticipation is building around one of the biggest tournaments in the tennis calendar. Despite the likes of Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic having withdrawn due to injury, there is still a whole host of big names to look out for in both the men’s and women’s draws, perfect for those looking to place a bet on their favourites in the early stages of the competition. With a variety of bookmakers offering new promotions surrounding the action in New York, Betfred are not looking to miss out.
The popular bookmaker has introduced their ‘US Open Bet 3 Get 1 Free’ promotion, which offers customers the chance to win a free bet, up to a maximum of £10. This offer surrounds in-play betting markets, and with a whole host of matches qualifying, let’s take a closer look at the terms and conditions for those interested in taking advantage of the latest offering from Betfred.
US Open Bet 3 Get 1 Free: Terms & Conditions
In order to qualify for this offer, customers must place an in-play bet on three or more US Open matches on the opening day of the tournament, which take place between 4pm on Monday 28th August and 8am on Tuesday 29th August. As well as this, all bets must be at odds of 1/2 or greater, with free bets then being paid out at a maximum of £10 per customer.
Whether you are looking to back Rafa Nadal to claim victory having returned to the top spot in the men’s world rankings or Maria Sharapova to win on her return to major tennis action, Betfred have all based covered with their latest in-play offer. This offer can be utilised both online and via mobile devices, with multiple bets on the same match not qualifying for this offer. It is important to remember that pre-match bets are not valid, with only in-play single bets making you eligible for a free bet from Betfred.
Available to both new and existing customers, simply log into your account today, before backing three or more of your favourites in the US Open in-play markets on the opening day of the tournament in New York.