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Euro 2020 Bookmakers

By on June 9, 2021

After a delay of 12 months, Euro 2020 is finally upon us and many will be looking to have a flutter on the tournament as well as enjoying the month-long competition which will be hosted around Europe.

All the bookmakers listed on Which Bookie will be taking bets on Euro 2020 but there are several reasons why you may want to consider moving away from your existing bookie and check out some alternatives. By doing so, you may be able to increase your overall returns by getting bigger odds, refunds on losing bets and claiming a string of betting offers.

Here are a few things to look out for and reasons why having accounts with multiple bookmakers throughout Euro 2020 can be beneficial.

Odds

The majority of bookies offer slightly different odds. This applies to pretty much all sports and betting markets including those available on Euro 2020. As there are dozens of bookmakers online, it may not be productive to visit all of them for every bet that you place in order to determine which one is offering the best odds. However, there are odds comparison sites available online to help with this which allow you to instantly see which bookie is offering the best odds so that you can always get the best value available. Bookmakers such as Unibet, Boylesports and Bet365 regularly offer the best odds on football markets and are all great choices if you don’t want to open accounts with several bookies.

Bigger odds = More profit from your winning bets.

Betting Offers

The European Championships are a great time for betting offers with several bookmakers running an increased number of promotions around this time. Many of these offers can have a lot of value and can result in:

  • Bigger Returns
  • Free Bets
  • Refunds

Enhanced odds or price boosts are very common at bookmakers nowadays and are when you are offered greater odds than the market standard. Bookmakers such as SkyBet, Paddy Power, Betfred and William Hill regularly offer price boosts and will be throughout Euro 2020. 

Free bet offers are also very common throughout the European Championships and are available now with many bookies. You generally have to place a bet in order to receive the free bets but these free bets can be used on additional bets which can give you more chances of landing winners which can increase your overall returns.

Refund offers are popular on football markets either in the form of Acca Insurance or match-specific offers. If you are placing accumulators on Euro 2020, make sure it’s with a bookie offering Acca Insurance such as Paddy Power, 888Sport, Betfred or Boylesports.

You’ll also find some bookmakers offering enhanced sign up offers in the run up to Euro 2020. If you are looking to open new betting accounts, you’ll be able to take advantage of these and earn more free bets than you would if signing up at another time of the year.

Betting Features

The features that online bookmakers offer have increased significantly over recent years with the introduction of cash out, partial cash out, auto cash out, live streaming, fast markets and bet builders. Not all bookies offer these features and so if you are looking to take advantage of any of them, be sure to check if the bookmaker offers it before signing up.

Betting Markets

As with betting features, bookmakers are now offering more and more markets on football matches compared to a few years ago. Some of these markets are very interesting and can give you a lot more choice when it comes to deciding what bets to place. Markets such as 1st player to be carded, team to take the last corner, a throw-in to be taken in the first 5 minutes and several others are all relatively new additions and can be bet on at some bookmakers. It’s worth taking a quick look at the betting markets available at the top bookies to see if you think you’d make use of them if you had an account with them.

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