Wimbledon Betting Offers – Bonuses For Both New & Existing Customers
Here is our 2019 coverage outlining all the free bet specials available to both new and existing customers for Wimbledon.
Over the past 16 years, just four different players have lifted the trophy at Wimbledon. Djokovic and Federer lead the betting market this year, and with a collective implied probability of 57% of one of them winning, it looks like this stat might not change.
According to the latest betting odds, Djokovic has a 60% implied chance of winning, Federer a 23% and Nadal 22.2%. Those percentages are according to bookmaker odds and include their profit margin but it seems highly likely the statistic only four different players have lifted the trophy over the past 16 years is not to change.
Wimbledon Betting Offers
There are a handful of offers available for Wimbledon. The bookmaker promoting it the most is Paddy Power, with three offers available.
- Bet £5 In-Play and Get a Free Power Up
Throughout the tournament, Paddy Power is running this offer. Bet £5 in-play at Wimbledon and Paddy Power will give you a free power up.
You can earn one power-up daily and you have 24 hours to use it.
- 9th & 10th July Only – Bet £10+ on Wimbledon and get 5 Free Spins
Bet £10+ on Wimbledon on either Tuesday or Wednesday and Paddy Power will give you five free spins.
You must opt-in to receive this offer. The page to do so lists the slots games you can pick from.
- Get 10% of Your In-Play Losses Back as a Free Bet
This is an offer William Hill do for some of the tennis season, and it’s available for Wimbledon.
Get 10% back on your Wimbledon in-play tennis losses every week, up to £25 in free bets. It runs during the calendar week, and only singles count.
You then have four days to use your free bet.
- Bet £10+ on an Acca and get a £5 free bet
At Wimbledon, bet £10 on an accumulator with 3+ selections and NetBet will give you a £5 free bet.
Customers can take advantage of this once weekly. Each selection must be priced at 1.50 or greater and only pre-market bets count qualify.
- Place a 3+ Selection Acca and Get a Free Power Up
This is available alongside the in-play offer Paddy Power are running.
Place an accumulator with at least three selections, and Paddy Power will give you a free power up. It’s available for both singles, and doubles matches.
The awarded power up can only be used on tennis and has to be used within 24 hours.
- Bet £25 In-Play and Get a £5 Free Bet
Place 5 x £5 in-play bets in a day on Wimbledon, and you’ll receive a free in-play bet. You can do this each day of the tournament.
Once you’ve placed the five qualifying bets, a pop-up window will open allowing you to claim your free bet.
- Bet £25 In-Play and Get a £5 Free Bet
The same offer as above is also available from 10Bet. Place 5 x £5 in-play bets on Wimbledon, and 10Bet will give you a £5 free bet.
You must opt-in to receive this offer.
- Double Winnings If Your Player Loses the 1st Set but Wins the Match
Back a player to win any match at the Wimbledon, and if they lose the first set, but go on to win the match, then Boylesports will pay double winnings.
The extra winnings will be paid as a free bet. There is a maximum stake of £20 per customer, and the maximum free bet that can be awarded is £500.
You must opt-in to receive this offer. Available for all men’s and women’s matches.
Wimbledon Leaderboard Competitions
Unibet are sharing away £50,000 in cash among the top 250 in their Wimbledon leaderboard. The player who finishes first will win £10,000.
You earn points through winning bets. The amount of points you earn per bet is calculated as follows. Amount staked * number of legs * total odds.
You must opt-in to compete.
Betway has its own leaderboard, and it varies slightly to Unibet’s.
£25,000 in prizes is being shared among the top 50 in their leaderboard. The player who finishes first will win £10,000.
Place a winning bet, and the player with the highest odds will finish first.
Again you must opt-in first.
Who is the Bookmaker Favourite Men’s Player to Win?
Here are the odds for the outright winner on day seven. They are provided by bet365 and are accurate as of the time of writing:
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The implied probabilities are calculated using our odds converter tool.
How to Catch All The Action
Fortunately, Wimbledon is one of the sports available on terrestrial. Coverage is on a mixture of BBC one and two.
You can stream Wimbledon via BBC iPlayer. If you don’t have a TV licence, then some of the betting companies have Wimbledon within their streaming services.