NetBet is giving players a free bet if their choice golfer leads in the first round when the PGA Tour gets underway. This promotion is open for new and existing players at the platform. To participate in the promotion, players need to visit the promotions page and opt into the bonus offer. Then, place a single bet of up to £20 win or each-way bet in the outright market of the PGA Golf Tour bets. They will receive up to £40 as a free bet if their choice leads in the first round.
Terms and Conditions
The bookmaker will consider the first bet placed on the market after opting into the bonus. Any bets that are not on the outright market will not be eligible for this offer. Players can opt into the offer at any time before the start of the promotion. However, the promotion becomes unavailable once the first tee off in the event takes place. The promotion does not cover the four majors of the event that include The Open, USPGA, US Masters and US Open.
Players get double their bet up to £40. This means that if a player places a winning bet of £15, they will get a free bet worth £30. NetBet will settle the bets 24 hours after the completion of the first round of the PGA Tour.
Once you get the free bet, you can use it on any sport on the platform except for virtual sports. However, the bookmaker will deduct the bonus amount from the winnings. These tokens are valid for seven days from the date of the offer. Besides, you must redeem the free bets in a single event. The market that you pick must have odds of at least 1/1 if it is a single bet or 1/2 per selection for each entry in the combo bet.
NetBetonly avails this promotion to players in the United Kingdom. Besides, you must make real money bets to take part in the offer. Therefore, the promotion does not cover bets made with bonus funds, free bet tokens, and other promotional money. If the bookmaker cancels a bet for using bonus money, it will not refund the bonus.
In addition, you cannot redeem the bonus if you have a valid promotion on your account. The promotion does not cover cashed-out bets or cancelled bets. NetBet reserves the right to alter the terms of the offer.