Bet365 Bonus Code ACTION Unlocks $200 Promo for World Cup
Bet365 bonus code ACTION nets $200 in free bets when you deposit $10 or more, and bet at least $1 on any game. That simple!
Use code ACTION at checkout or click here to begin the sign-up flow.
Once the free bets are activated, you can use them on anything — World Cup, NFL, college football championship weekend, and much more.
How to Activate the Free Bets
This offer from Bet365 is simple — just bet $1 on any game, and get $200 in free bets to use on anything else you’d like.
I’ll put $10 on the Qatar moneyline against the Netherlands at +1500. If the host country wins, I’ll pocket $150, keep my $10, and get $200 in free bets.
If Qatar loses, I’ll lose $10, but still get the $200 in free bets.
What Are Free Bets?
If you’re new to sports betting (or legal U.S. betting), you may be wondering what free bets are. Think of it like this — Bet365 is spotting the bet, and you keep the profits if it wins.
Let’s look at USA vs. Iran in the second slate of World Cup matches on Tuesday. I’ll put $10 of my free bets on the United States moneyline against Iran, at +105.
- If the US wins, I profit $10.50, but don’t keep the original $10 free bet.
- If the US loses, I lose the free bet, and it goes away.
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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, you can’t bet $25 each on both the Vikings and Patriots to win.
Bet365 is one of the biggest sportsbook brands in the world and has been patient with its entry into the U.S. market.
Using Free Bets Tuesday
Anthony Dabbundo likes both teams to score in the USA vs. Iran match: The narrative surrounding this match is that both teams will play it super conservatively and it will be low scoring because of the stakes. While it is true that Iran defends deep in a pretty compact low block, it’s also true that both defenses are due for negative regression dating back to qualifying.
Iran also have multiple forwards that can run the channels and attack the USMNT in transition by pulling out the center backs. Both Sardar Azmoun and Mehdi Taremi are excellent at playing on the break from their respective clubs and Iran’s attack has produced 2.8 xG in two matches at this World Cup.
If you watched the USMNT’s first two matches, you see how game-state dependent they’ve been. The longer the United States’ match stayed 0-0, the less incentive either side had to risk sending numbers forward and potentially losing the game. When they played Wales, though, the USMNT went up a goal and then struggled to deal with the pressure applied by Wales, a mediocre attacking side at best.
If there is a goal in the first half of this match by either side, it will force either Iran to come out and attack further, or the United States to become even more desperate to score. So while the market has pushed this total and this BTTS market down, I’m going against the narrative and backing both teams to score.
Chris Raybon is getting ahead of the NFL market and betting the Dolphins against the 49ers: The 49ers defense will be rightfully lauded after shutting out the Saints, but the Dolphins offense will be a shock to their system.
San Francisco entered Week 12 having played the fourth-easiest schedule of opposing offenses in terms of DVOA, but it will now face a Miami offense ranked second in DVOA even when Teddy Bridgewater and Skylar Thompson’s starts are included. Tua Tagovailoa entered Week 12 with the seventh-quickest average time to throw (2.51 seconds) among 39 qualified quarterbacks, per PFF, so injuries at tackle shouldn’t hamper the offense too much.
On defense, Miami matches up well because it’s stout against the run, ranking fourth in early-down rush success rate allowed (34.5%), according to RBsDM.com. Miami’s pass defense is also improving thanks to the addition of Bradley Chubb, who has registered a sack in two of his three games with the Dolphins and helped the defense average 3.3 sacks per game since his arrival, up from 1.6 before he was acquired.
Per our Action Labs data, Tagovailoa is 9-4-1 (69%) ATS as an underdog in his career. And this season, underdogs by more than a field goal in games with a total of 47 or less are 51-26 (66%) ATS.