Following the success of their recent free-to-play games - including Goals Giveaway and 6 Scores Challenge - here at BetAndSkill we are delighted to reveal Free4All, the latest free prediction game launched by Bet365. Let's take a look at how to play Bet365 Free4All and what you can win.
What Is Bet365 Free4All?
Free4All is free-to-play game which gives you the chance to win £10 in free bets every day, by simply predicting the answers to four questions on football related events.
The four questions are split for customers to answer two before the kick-off and two at half-time.
Questions are related to a number of markets such as corners, goalscorers, cards, and much more.
How To Play Free4All?
Playing this entertaining game is very simple. Here all the steps:
- Sign-in or open a new Bet365 account via this special link (you will also receive a fantastic welcome offer).
- Go to Free4All (locate it in the sidebar menu) and start playing
- You will be presented with four questions on a selected fixture
- Answer the first two questions before kick-off
- If answered correctly, the next two questions will be unlocked at half-time
- Answer the final two questions before the second half begins
- If your final answers are correct, you win £10 Bet Credits (credited within 48 hours)
The fixtures nominated for Free4All are determined solely by bet365. Only one entry is permitted per person for each Free4All fixture.
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It has a £1 million weekly jackpot and requires players to correctly predict the score of 6 selected fixtures.
Naturally, the £1M jackpot is awarded to players getting all the 6 correct scores.
Anyway, Bet365 also reward all entrants getting 5, 4 and 3 correct scores according to this schema:
3 Correct Scores: £5 in bet credits
4 Correct Scores: £50 in bet credits
5 Correct Scores: £1000 in bet credits
In addition to the Bet365 6 Scores Challenge, Bet365 have recently launched "Goals Giveaway", a free-to-play game in which participants can earn bet credits (a.k.a. free bets) by revealing up to five football matches each week and winning prizes based on how many goals are scored in each game.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many prize can I win with Free4All?
You can win £10 in bet credits every day. Only one prize is available for each individual qualifying fixture.
How can I win the £10 Bet Credits?
Correctly answer two pre-match questions about the first-half of the selected game and, if you get these right, you can then answer two more on the second-half. If all 4 answers are correct, the £10 free bet prize is yours.
Can I also get a sign-up offer at Bet365?
All new customers at Bet365 are eligible for a welcome bonus. You can find all the details in the box below:
Make sure to use the correct Bet365 bonus code in order to get the best Bet365 free bets offer.
Can I choose the fixture in Free4All?
You can't. The fixtures are nominated exclusively by Bet365.
Is a deposit required in order to play Free4All at Bet365?
As mentioned above, this is a free-to-play game. Hence, there is no deposit required.
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Terms and Conditions
The Free4All feature is available at the discretion of bet365 and bet365 makes no guarantees regarding its availability. bet365 will not be responsible if the Free4All feature is not available for technical reasons.
bet365 reserves the right to reverse the allocation of Bet Credits for a Free4All entry if the outcome of a fixture within it is determined in error.
bet365 reserves the right to accept or decline any Free4All entry.
bet365 reserves the right to amend, suspend or remove the Free4All feature (or any part of it) for any event, fixture or customer.
bet365 reserves the right to remove the Free4All feature for any customer or group of customers where it has reasonable grounds to believe that the customer or groups of customers is misusing the feature.