How To Grab A Free Bet On The Tour De France

By Nikolas Sargeant

The Tour de France is one of the best-supported sports fixtures on the calendar in terms of attendance numbers. Thousands line the streets to watch the best teams and most famous riders compete at breakneck speeds in the races and slug it out through the mountains. Whether you are lucky enough to attend the Tour de France or are happy watching from the comfort of your own home through the live television coverage, excitement is guaranteed. The 2022 Tour de France promises to be even more special than we are used to. The course is more challenging, the field more competitive, and the coverage more in-depth than weโ€™ve seen in the past. Strap yourself in because this will be dramatic.

The leading online sportsbooks are offering odds on the outcome of this summerโ€™s Tour de France. This allows you to add an extra edge of excitement to the festival of road racing by making predictions on the winners and placing your bets. The leading sportsbooks offer odds on the outright winner as well as a selection of specials designed to hold your interest. Bet smart, and you could have two reasons to cheer this year, one for your favourite rider claiming a memorable victory and another for the profits racing to your online betting account. Itโ€™s a near-perfect scenario for any fully-fledged sports fan.

To celebrate the Tour de France 2022, the best-loved and most popular betting apps offer new customers a welcome bonus free bet. But how do you choose the right bookie for you, and what must you do to secure a free bet? We answer all your Tour de France related betting questions in this article. Our aim is to arm readers with all the information they need to make a well-informed and sensible decision on joining a sportsbook and placing bets on the Tour de France.

Create An Account

Before you can start to bet on the Tour de France, you must register an account with an online bookmaker that is legal and licensed to trade in your region. When searching for a sportsbook, you will notice there is no shortage of firms vying for your attention. Itโ€™s crucial that you choose the bookie that is right for you. Look for one offering a long list of markets and generous odds on all cycling sports, not just the Tour de France. You want your bookie to love the sport as much as you do.

When you have checked that online sportsbook getting is legal and licensed in your region and have chosen the right bookmaker for you, itโ€™s time to create an account. You can do this in a matter of minutes using your smartphone or desktop computer. The good news is you only have to create an account once. When registering, you will gain a username and password that will grant you access to your betting account from anywhere. You can log in, bet, watch live sports, make deposits and withdraw winnings at the touch of a button.

Visit the homepage of the bookie you wish to register with, then click the Join button at the top of the screen. Fill in the registration form, providing all the necessary information, including your name, date of birth and postcode. Create a username and password that is memorable to you but isnโ€™t obvious enough that it could be guessed by another person, such as someone trying to hack your account. 

Welcome bonus

Any online bookie that wants to be competitive in the industry will offer new customers a welcome bonus. This is a deal designed to encourage you to sign up and start gambling with them. These offers come in a few different forms, including free bets, risk-free bets, enhanced odds, extra places each way, cashback and profit boost. Find the deal that best suits your needs as a bettor.

In many cases, a sportsbook will offer you a free bet and the value of which will depend on how much you deposit and wager on your first visit to the app. A qualifying deposit using a debit card is required, then a bet on a sportsbook selection with odds of evens or better will release your free bet.

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  1. A “well-informed and sensible decision”? That could only be to not gamble at all. Disappointing that you are promoting one of the most loathsome industries we have.

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