Bet365 Bonus Code ACTION Fetches $200 Offer for Any Wednesday World Cup Match
Bet365 bonus code ACTION will fetch $200 in free bets when you deposit $10 and bet just $1 on any event.
Those free bets will then be available to use any any event, including the World Cup, NFL, college football, and more.
Use code ACTION at checkout or click here to start signing up.
We’ll explain more about this offer and how it works below.
Step 1: Unlocking Free Bets
This offer is among the most straight forward in sports betting right now. Just deposit $10, bet $1 on any game, and you’ll get $200 in free bets. No complicated risk-free bets, or rollover requirements.
Step 2: Using the Free Bets
Think of free bets like this — the book spots you the bet, and if it wins, you give the bet back, but keep the profits.
Let’s say deposited $10, then bet $1 on Spain-Costa Rica to get the free bets. Then you want to bet Canada against Belgium at +500 with $50 worth of free bets in the World Cup on Wednesday afternoon.
If Canada wins, you profit $250 on that $50 free bet, but don’t keep the free bet. If Canada loses, the free bet goes away.
Terms & Conditions
Here are the important points to know about this offer:
- States available: New Jersey, Colorado, Ontario
- You’ll get the free bets one hour after your first $1 or more bet settles.
- You have 30 days to place your first bet once you make your account, or the offer will be forfeited.
- Free bets will be forfeited if your account is inactive for 90 days — aka you don’t login.
- You cannot bet on opposite sides of the same game with free bets to guarantee a profit. So don’t bet $20 each on Canada and Belgium (though on the three-way moneyline, you’d lose on a draw, so maybe this isn’t the best example).
Bet365 is one of the biggest sportsbook brands in the world and has been patient with its entry into the U.S. market.
How to Use Free Bets on Monday
Spain -2: BJ Cunningham likes the Spaniards to take care of business against lowly Costa Rica.
Spain are a massive favorite in this match and for good reason, given they are facing a roster that is primarily playing in the Costa Rican Primera Division and is over the age of 30.
The luck is going to run out at some point for Costa Rica and playing against the best offense in Europe, at least in terms of xG, is the perfect time to bet on it running out.
I have Spain’s spread projected at -2.94, so I love the value on them at -2.
The Pick: Spain -2 (-120)
Canada +1: Anthony Dabbundo thinks another CONCACAF side can keep it close
Canada opened as a +1.5 goal underdog on the spread at most books before anti-Belgium sentiment came in from bettors and pushed the line downward. The age profile of this Belgian team raises major concerns about whether the end has already come for the golden generation.
Two of the three starting center backs for Belgium — Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen — are over 33 and well past their primes. The fullbacks have always been an issue too with lacking quality and I don’t know that Belgium have the attacking quality to sustain attacks in the final third without Lukaku.
De Bruyne is excellent, but the Canadian defense will keep the Belgians at bay and make this match highly competitive. If Davies can give anything at all off the bench, he could run at tired legs in the second half and potentially do even more damage in transition.
The Pick: Canada +1 (-110)
3 Early Bets for CFB Rivalry Week, Including Air Force vs. SDSU
San Diego State’s offense has been revitalized the past two weeks, putting up a combined 77 points against San Jose State and New Mexico. However, Air Force is a completely different animal.
Jalen Mayden may be averaging 9.3 yards per attempt with 10 touchdowns compared to five interceptions, but his PFF passing grade sits at just 77.2 and he has only five big-time throws compared to 10 turnover-worthy plays.
The way to beat this Air Force defense is by throwing the ball, as the Falcons rank 98th in Passing Success Rate Allowed. However, they don’t typically allow a lot of big plays in the passing game, ranking 21st in explosive passing allowed.
San Diego State’s offense, meanwhile, is built on its rushing attack. It runs the ball on 59% of its offensive plays. Its rushing attack has not been successful at all, though, as it ranks 112th in Rushing Success Rate, 105th in Offensive Line Yards and 86th in EPA/Rush.
Air Force is literally playing at the slowest pace in the country this season, averaging a play every 31.99 seconds. The triple option has been really effective at controlling possession, as it holds the ball 60.2% of the time, which is the highrst mark in the country.
Air Force’s triple option has been incredibly efficient this season, ranking top-five in Offensive Line Yards, Stuff Rate Allowed, Power Success Rate and Rushing Success Rate. San Diego State sits outside the top 30 defensively in all three of those categories.
All three betting models have Air Force projected at least -3 or better, so I would grab the Falcons at -1.