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William Hill Weekly Online Betting Promotions

William Hill Weekly Online Betting Promotions

With the NBA Bubble in full swing and the playoffs having arrived, there is a lot of basketball to look forward to.  Things have come together better than anyone could have expected, and the start of the postseason has brought with it some awesome action that is keeping fans on the edge of their seats. With the season restart and the playoffs here, sportsbooks have been busy keeping the lines moving, and William Hill has introduced a number of weekly promotions as a way to welcome sports bettors back from the unwanted hiatus, as well as to provide some sweet incentives to bet on other sports.

The global sportsbook has taken the US by storm, quickly establishing operations in several states that have launched regulated sports gambling.

William Hill Sports Weekly Promotions

William Hill has set up a few programs to run concurrent to the NBA playoffs, including a “Margin Moneyback” promo Thursday that will pay a 25% cash credit on a straight, pregame winning margin bet if the wager is lost, but the team wins straight up.

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Through August 30, with “Playoff Promise,” a bet of $100 or more on an NBA Playoff “Series Matchup” Market game during the first round will result in a bonus of $50 if the team wins.  If the pick takes it on the chin and gets swept, $50 in cashback will be given.

Through August 25, the “Multisport Money Club” promo gives a cash credit of 20% on a qualifying wager when a three-sport parlay is made.

Other promotions include “$2 Dingers.” A pregame wager of at least $25 on a Friday MLB game and each home run hit by the bettor’s team will result in a bonus of $2.  If a player picks up a grand slam, the bonus jumps to $10. For

The Indy 500 is getting a piece of the action in the weekly promotions at William Hill as well. Per the sportsbook’s “Podium Worthy” promo, which will be live on Sunday, “Place a $20+ Race Winner straight bet before the start of the Indy 500.  If your selected driver finishes 2nd, earn 100% cashback.  If your selected driver finishes 3rd, earn 50% cashback.”

Two other promotions are for specific games. In “Play The Hits,” with a full-game moneyline wager of at least $100 on the on the Yankees-Mets game Saturday, if your bet is graded a win, get extra dollars for each hit by your team.

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In “Goals Galore,” valid Friday through Sunday, Place a straight, pregame bet of at least $10 on the Anytime Goalscorer markets for both Bayern Munich vs Paris Saint Germain and Inter Milan vs. Sevilla.  Earn cash if your goal scorer scores 2+ goals.

That concludes our rundown of the weekly promotions at William Hill. As you can see they have loads going on.

Erik is a writer and a sports nut who has had the good fortune to be able to experience a wide variety of world sports action up close and personal. He enjoys staying on top of the changing world of athletics and capitalizing on his writing skills to offer a unique take on what's going on in the ever-changing athletics ecosystem.

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