The US Open may have already started in New York, with the likes of Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer and Venus Williams having battled through to the second round so far, however there is still plenty of opportunities to place bets on your favourite players. For those looking to do just that, there is perhaps no better platform than LeoVegas over the coming ten days.
The bookmakers are offering free bets each day through the tournament, with in-play bets placed via mobile devices of £10 or more resulting in a free £10 bet. With over £100 worth of free bets still remaining to be claimed, this really is an offer worth taking advantage of. For those looking to do just that, let’s take a closer look at the terms and conditions of the offer from LeoVegas.
LeoVegas US Open Free Bets: Terms & Conditions
In order to qualify for this offer, bets placed via mobile devices must be at least £10 per day, at odds of 1/2 or higher. Available up until the 10th of September, when the men’s singles final will take place at Flushing Meadows, this is certainly a potentially lucrative promotion, unlike anything found online at other bookmakers.
Free bets earned can be used in a range of markets, with customers receiving their bets within 24 hours of wagering via mobile. Customers can take advantage of this offer five times every 24 hours, with customers being required to place a minimum of four live mobile bets per day, at a minimum stake of £10.
Elsewhere, any returns from a free bet are paid exclusively of the stake, with unused free bets expiring the day after being credited. Meanwhile, free bets that are credited on the last day of the tournament will be eligible for all in-play tennis markets. Finally, free bets must be used all in one go, it their entirety, with this promotion not able to be used in conjunction with any other offer from LeoVegas.
So, log into your account today, before placing your first bet via your mobile device. Doing so on a consistent basis throughout the remainder of the tournament could well be a fruitful decision.