All the best Euro 2012 offers from Goal.com's bookmaking partners
A major tournament is a great time to open a new betting account and Goal.com's partners have a wide variety of offers, free bets and specials for new and exisiting customersGoal.com's betting partners have a wide variety of special offers for those readers interested in placing a wager on this summer's tournament in Poland and Ukraine.
Whether it's a bet on the outright tournament winner, the top goalscorer, a specific match or an accumulator, there's something for everyone.
Paddy Power has a special offer exclusively for all new customers signing up through Goal.com.
They will give each new depositing customer a £50 free bet for every deposit of the same amount. That offer is open for your first five deposits so that's up to £250 in free bets for each new customer.
For full terms and conditions on this offer click here
Plus, with enhanced price specials and special Twitter and Facebook price boosts, savvy punters can take advantage of some of the best prices around.
Paddy Power recently ran a Money Back Special on the Champions League final which saw them refund over £1 million of losing bets when Chelsea beat Bayern Munich. There are sure to be plenty more of these specials over the next few weeks so stay with us at Goal Betting for more information on those.
You can sign up with Paddy Power here and claim up to £250 in free bets
William Hill are rewarding all new customers with £25 in free bets and often offer a match special which has previously seen standout prices on markets such as Chelsea to beat Barcelona to nil in their Champions League semi-final first leg, which returned 8/1.
For anyone who wants to take advantage of these great offers and get up to £25 in free bets, you can do so for William Hill here
Bet365 are offering free bets equal to a new customer's first deposit too, up to a massive £200.
Simply deposit any amount into a new account up to £200 and Bet365 will credit the account with the same amount again, effectively allowing each new customer to double their bankroll.
There's also the Bore Draw promotion which has been extended to run throughout Euro 2012. If any match finishes 0-0, customers with losing bets on first and last goalscorer, half-time/full-time markets, correct scores and scorecasts will be refunded.
With hundreds of markets available before and during the tournament and many of those available in-play, there will be plenty of discussion about where the value lies in the month of June and with one of the biggest sign up bonuses around, Bet365 are a great option ahead of another summer packed full of football.
Anyone without a Bet365 account can sign up for one here and claim their bonus of up to £200
There's also a £50 risk-free bet for all new Sportingbet customers so sign up now before it's too late
Goal.com's newest partner PanBet are also offering a 10% boost on all winning accumulators for their customers, a fact well worth considering before placing your mutliple bet.
Don't forget that Goal.com's tipsters will have every angle of the tournament covered including a preview of every game, multiples and special markets as they develop. You can also let us know your "Tip of The Tournament" on Twitter using the hashtag #TipofTheTournament
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