Free Sport Betting Bookmakers - What Next

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The free sport bets offered by almost any bookmaker from WilliamHill and Ladbrokes, to Betfair and Betfred, has been in existence for some time now. Like any industry whether it's supermarkets opening Sundays or hotels offering free WIFI, once one does it another player in the industry quickly follows suit.

Ultimately what this means is that what was when a unique selling point to get a supplier becomes the standard and any business not conforming sticks out to substandard.

However, despite there being a huge selection of betting companies online offering free bets totalling thousands, 2-3 weeks ago one of several big players took the choice to end the deal on his or her free bet promotion. Victor Chandler is now counting on its site and brand alone to pull within the punters.

So will the opposite big names follow suit? In all honesty I don't know, but it's a bold move and something that I think is often a mistake. I've surveyed a tiny sample close to 200 people via my own site, and yes it was an overwhelming 99.5% of folks that said 'faced having a range of needs to bet on-line the first time they might select a lesser known site offering a totally free sport betting offer over VictorChandler.

This is coupled with the belief that much the same sized survey demonstrated that 74% of on-line gamblers stay with one of many first two sites they try for his or her main source on on-line betting. Another startling stat was that 87% said the primary reason they would try another site as an alternative to their current an example may be to consider benefit from a free bet promotion, only then if they were satisfied with the usability from the site would they consider making a perpetual switch.

I'm sure were anyone from VictorChandler secret headquarters to take a seat and read this short article they might inform me what sort of sites numbers are not greatly affected, and has been more than offset within the saving on dishing out free bets. If this is the truth then all the best . in their mind and I hope it truely does work out as I actually happen to think it's really a very smart and easy to use site.

So will another bookmakers follow suit? I doubt it. I'm sure it was quite difficult for sboarena that first site to look at the plunge, is a little easier for the ones in the middle to check out suit, but what are the results in relation to the last few. What if Ladbrokes, WlliamHill and Coral will be the last 3 providing the free bet offer, are Ladbrokes and Coral going to give that up and let WilliamHill dominate new newbies? In my opinion this is very unlikely!

In summary, I think the free bet promotion by online bookmakers is here now to stay, in case you will find any you have not taken benefit from and were planning to do this, now generally is a good time and energy to do it before a few more drop off.