The Williamhill bonus

William Hill free bet: how does the account opening offer work?

The William Hill free bet is simple. When you fill in the form to open an account, you have to fill the field named "promotional code" with this value : "F25". After your registration, make a deposit of £10 or more and you will be entitled to a 100% bonus of your qualifying stake up to a maximum of £25.

For example:

  • you register and place a bet of £10, William Hill will offer you £10.
  • you register and place a bet of £15, William Hill will offer you £15.
  • you register and place a bet of £20, William Hill will offer you £20.
  • you register and place a bet of £25, William Hill will offer you £25.


The Odds & Cash advice:

The William Hill account opening offer is flexible. To get the free bet, it is not important if you win or lose your first bet. In all cases, you'll receive the amount of your first bet up to a maximum of £25.
In our opinion, to optimize the welcome offer, we recommend making the maximum deposit of £25 and betting the full amount on events where you are comfortable in your ability to predict the winning outcome, even if the odds are short.
Two cases: you win your first bet, you cumulate your winnings with your bonus, otherwise, your stake is not lost because William Hill gives you the free bet anyway.

Amount of the William Hill free bet
Amount of William Hill free bet

William Hill sport-betting news and current offers
  • Arsenal v Tottenham offer

    Wed. 15 nov 2017 - 17:00:00

    Arsenal v Tottenham offer: Double winnings on all markets as a free bet if either side hits the crossbar, applies to all winning single bets over all pre-match markets, max stake £/€20 per customer, max Bonus per customer £/€500 free bet, offer ends at 12:30 on 18th of November. See conditions or see Arsenal v Tottenham odds.

  • Acca Five Insurance

    Wed. 15 nov 2017 - 16:00:00

    With William Hill, if one leg lets you down in your acca of five or more selections, get your money back as a free bet (See terms and condition).