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How to Choose a Bookie for the World Cup

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The FIFA World Cup has officially begun, with this being Qatar’s first full week of fixtures. Each day brings us three or more games from the group stages, and each of the tournament’s biggest names is in action, including England, France, Brazil, and Argentina. Strap yourself in for what promises to be a thrilling ride.

The games will be fast, frantic, and unpredictable. It’s an exciting time to be a sports lover. You don’t even need to be a lover of soccer to enjoy what’s going on in the tournament’s first visit to the Arab World. One surefire way to boost your enjoyment of the play is to predict the winner of the trophy or the result of an upcoming match. You can make bets at the best online betting sites today.

Spoiled for choice

You’ll be spoiled for choice regarding which bookmaker to join, the odds available, and the welcome bonus free bet that suits your style. Choice is good, but it can sometimes distract bettors from finding the best deal. With most apps looking similar, it takes an expert eye to separate the good bookies from the great bookies.

That’s what we aim to help you achieve with this article. Read on as we explain what you should look for in a World Cup betting app. There’s information on the welcome bonuses available and how to register. We explain the free bets, best odds, and available markets.

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Free bets

The easiest way to tell apart the great bookies is with the welcome bonus they offer new customers. Most betting apps use this type of promotion to attract new players, and the bonus is designed to encourage you to choose one bookie over the competition. With so many apps vying for your attention, the welcome bonus can help you decide.

The welcome bonus offered by bookies comes in many different forms, but the best you should seek is the deposit matched free bet. With this deal, a free bet will be added to your balance if you create an account, deposit $10 or more, and place a qualifying sportsbook wager at odds of +100 or better.

To join a betting app, you should read the reviews, visit the homepage of your chosen bookie and click join. Fill in the registration form, providing your name, date of birth, and email address. Next, deposit $10 or more and place a qualifying sportsbook bet. The free bet will automatically be added to your account when that bet results.

This free bet will be equal in value to your first deposit and wager. It can be used to gamble on the next match that catches your eye. Choose the team you expect to win and click the odds to add them to your bet slip. You should then input your desired stake and click the button that allows the cash to come from your free bets rather than the available balance.

Best odds

Every bet you place should be made at the most generous odds, and that’s easier than ever to achieve. Choose the result you expect and visit any respected betting odds comparison app.

There you will find the odds offered on your bet by all major bookies with the top price in bold.

That makes finding it easier, and you should always gamble with the bookie with the biggest odds. The margins may be small, but they soon add up. Getting the betting market’s best odds on every bet could prove the difference between making a profit and suffering a loss at this World Cup.

Markets

The best bookies offer over 100 pre-game, and in-play betting markets on each fixture played in Qatar. The more markets available, the better for you as a soccer fan and gambler. You won’t be restricted to predicting the match winner as other options are available, and some may increase your chances of landing a winner.

Both teams to score, correct score, total goals, half-time/full-time, and handicap are just some of the betting markets you’ll find attached to each World Cup game. The odds will be updated throughout the 90 minutes by a trader, allowing you to wager in-play.

 

Jerry Cooper is a reporter who is based in New York. He has previously worked for several media organizations, including NY Wire.

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