Bet365 Bonus Code ACTION Unlocks $200 Promo for World Cup Monday

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Bet365 bonus codeACTION nets $200 in free bets when you bet at least $1 on any market. A minimum deposit of $10 is required, as well.

Use code ACTION at checkout or click here to start signing up.

Once you get the free bets, you can use them on anything. So place a $1 bet on the earliest possible event, and start betting on the house right after that.

Confused? Don't worry, we'll explain more below.

Getting the Free Bets

There's nothing too complex about this offer — just bet $1 on any game, and get $200 in free bets to use on anything else you'd like.

So as an example, I'll deposit $10 and put $1 on Iran moneyline against England in Monday's World Cup match. If Iran wins, I profit $10. If they lose, I'll still get $200 in free bets and I'll have $9 in cash left in my account.

How Free Bets Work

So how do free bets work? It's like the sportsbook spots you for the bet, and if it wins, you give back the free bet, but keep the profits. Bet365 splits up its free bets into any increment, so you can put $1 on one bet, $25 on another, or use all $200 at once.

Let's use an example from Monday's World Cup slate. After claiming the $200 on England-Iran, I'll use $20 of the free bet pool on the draw in USA vs. Wales, priced at +200 at Bet365.

  • If it ends in a draw, I'll win $40, but I don't keep the $20. I'll still have $180 in free bets remaining, too.
  • If it doesn't end in a draw, I lose that $20, and will have $180 in free bets remaining.
NameCashFree Bets
No Draw$9$180

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 USA and Wales (though on the three-way moneyline, you'd lose on a draw, so maybe this isn't the best example).

Why Bet365?

Bet365 is one of the biggest sportsbook brands in the world and has been patient with its entry into the U.S. market.

It has one of the best same game parlay products available, behind only FanDuel, and has some of the best odds for anytime touchdown scorers in the NFL.

How to Use Free Bets on Monday

We always recommend using free bets on plus-money wagers, because you're getting much more expected value.

Ian Quillen: Senegal +1

If Mane was healthy, it’d be extremely tempting to pick Senegal to pull off this upset.

Without him, it just becomes too hard to envision, even if you think oddsmakers are favoring the Dutch too heavily.

You can leverage that lean in other ways, though. The safest way to do so may be on a wager of Senegal at +1 at -110 odds.

This is not a team that concedes easily, and the Dutch have a good but not great history against African teams, with all three wins by a single goal. Senegal have never lost a World Cup game by multiple goals.

If you’re hunting for a greater return, consider the draw at +300 odds and an implied 25% probability.

The Pick: Senegal +1 (-110)

Chris Raybon: George Kittle over 3.5 catches

If you’re betting a side in this game, it’s Cardinals or nothing, but there are some red flags with Arizona. Unlike the 49ers, the Cardinals elected not to practice in elevation to prepare for the game and could come out wholly unprepared. And despite the tempting number, we’ve only tracked sharp action on San Francisco as of Sunday evening. There’s also the fact that underdogs have an 0-4 ATS record in Mexico, though that’s obviously a small sample.

Still, I think the biggest edge to exploit in this game is the Kittle mismatch. The Cardinals have allowed nine of 11 tight ends to go over their receptions prop and seven of 11 to go over their receiving yardage prop. I prefer the over 3.5 receptions, as Kittle has posted at least four catches in four of seven games this season and in 14 of 21 (66.7%), dating back to the start of last season.

Ian Quillen: US to reach Quarterfinals (+700)

There’s a lot of reason to be hesitant at the Americans’ chances at this World Cup.

They will come in as favorites in two of their three group games, a role that hasn’t always suited them. It’s the youngest squad to play for the U.S. since the team that ended a 40-year drought by qualifying for Italia ’90. And one more thing, they underwhelmed — to put it mildly — in their final two tune-up friendlies in September.

But young teams are wildly inconsistent. That can lead to duds, but it can also lead to performances that are better than they have any business being.

Additionally, of all the previous World Cup trips for the USA, their group most probably most resembles 2010. They played England then as well, and also two more teams they were favored against, and ended up backing their way into winning the group.

Should the Americans win or even advance here, the Round of 16 assignment will probably be better than it would’ve elsewhere in the tournament. Even the Netherlands are a team you could realistically see this American team beating on the right day.

None of this is to forecast that it will happen. A crash out in the group stage remains a very real possibility. But at +700 odds, this is a good chance to take.

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