Grand National Offers: Aintree Sat 5th April 4.15pm

4 April 2014

horsies

If you're planning to have a flutter on the Grand National tomorrow and haven't considered placing a bet online before, you might want to take a look at this. All the big bookmakers hugely increase their offers for new customers for the big race and we've found some gems.

Betfair* - seem to be the pick of the bunch. New customers must deposit wager a minimum of £10 to potentially get £25 Quidco* cashback. Then on your first bet, they’ll give you a free bet by matching the value up to £20. E.g. Spend £10 on your first bet, get a free £10 bet, potential £25 cashback.

William Hill* - If you're already a Betfair customer, over at William Hill, new players must spend a minimum of £20 to potentially get £32 Quidco* cashback. Then on your first bet, you’ll get another free bet matching the value, up to a value of £25. E.g. Spend £20 on your first bet, get a free £20 bet, potential £32 cashback.

Ladbrokes* - new players must spend a minimum of £20 to potentially get £20 Quidco* cashback. Then on your first bet, you’ll get another free bet matching the value, up to a value of £50. E.g. Spend £20 on your first bet, get a free £20 bet, potential £20 cashback too.

These offers can seem too good to be true but the bookmakers are hoping that by signing up to them, you'll use their site in future. Of course you don't need to use them ever again, just place the bet you were planning to, take the free bet and wait for the potential cashback. Some are valid for today only though, so if you want to use one, move quickly.

Each offer has its own set of T&Cs over at Quidco. Be sure to follow these carefully to unlock the cashback and if you're uncertain over any aspect, just pop your query in the comments box below.

Whether your money is on the red hot favourite Tiday Bay or a rank outsider like Swing Bill, if you take advantage of one of these offers, you can still have the flutter you planned but bag a bonus or two along the way.

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