Ladbrokes are all about living ‘The Ladbrokes Life’ – highlighting the different characteristics of ‘lads’ that like a bet and allowing you to identify with those distinctive traits. Sign up to get a taste of a ‘Ladbrokes Life’ by taking advantage of the Ladbrokes Promo Code for new customers.
Ladbrokes is offering up to £50 in free bets for any new signups just to get you started. As a member of Ladbrokes, you’ll be part of one of the world’s leading multi-channel bookmaking and gaming platform, with access to innovative and trusted domestic and international sports and events betting opportunities. Be a good lad and get your welcome offer from Bookmakers.tv.
£50 FREE BET LADBROKES PROMO CODE
Open an account via the link below using the promo code F50, place a first bet of up to £50, and Ladbrokes will give you a 100% bonus:
|Free Bet||up to £50|
|Min. Odds||1/2 or greater|
|Get Bonus||Claim now|
HOW TO REDEEM YOUR LADBROKES PROMO CODE
- Register a new account with Ladbrokes by filling in the registration form with your details
- Type Ladbrokes promo code F50 into the registration form
- Once logged in, make a minimum bet of £5 on odds of 1/2 or more on any sport
- Ladbrokes will match your stake with a free bet of up to £50
LADBROKES PROMO CODE TERMS & CONDITIONS
- New Online and Mobile Ladbrokes customers only
- Deposit a minimum of GBP/EUR 5 and then place a single (or single line accumulator) bet of GBP/EUR 5 or more on any sport and we will match your stake with a Free Bet of up to £/€50.
- Correct promo code must be entered at time of registration, otherwise free bet will not be applied
- Offer not available through telephone betting or in Ladbrokes retail shops
- Free Bet token must be used within 7 days of award, otherwise it will expire
- You must be aged 18 years or over to bet and participate in this promotion
- In order to qualify for the Free Bet the initiating bet must be placed on odds totalling 1/2 or over
- Qualifying bet must be GBP/EUR 5 or more placed on any sport
- Only the win parts of each-way bets qualify
- Only your first bet qualifies for the free bet. This can be a single, double or named multiple bet (eg. Yankee, Lucky15)
- If your first transaction includes more than one named bet (eg a £/€5 double and a £/€5 treble), then only the first named bet will qualify
The Free Bet will be credited on placement of the qualifying bet and must be redeemed online or on mobile or tablet
Place a 5 team or upwards football accumulator with Ladbrokes and get money back as a free bet, up to £25, if one team lets you down.
Applies to the following competitions/matches only:
- English (Premier League, Championship, League One, League Two, FA Cup, EFL Cup, EFL Trophy)
- Scotland (Ladbrokes Premiership, Championship, League One, League Two, Scottish FA Cup, Scottish League Cup, selected Challenge Cup)
- Champions League
- Europa League
- Confederations Cup
- French Ligue 1
- Spanish Liga BBVA
- German Bundesliga
- Dutch Eredivisie
- Italian Serie A
- World Cup 2018 Qualifiers
- Under 21 European Championship
- Chinese Super League
Edit My Acca
The Ladbrokes ‘Edit My Acca’ is a unique function that allows you to remove selections from an active football accumulator. This is achieved by replacing your existing bet with the remaining selections of your football accumulator in a new bet. The ‘Edit My Acca’ function offers you the opportunity to settle your first bet using Cash Out. The sums returned from settling the first bet using Cash Out are then used as the stake for a new bet based on the remaining selections of your active football accumulator. Although, Cash Out is not available on accumulators with 14 or more selections.
Best Odds Guaranteed Plus
Take a price on any horse race with Ladbrokes and if the Starting Price is greater, they will not just pay the SP – but boost the price further.
BEST ODDS GUARANTEED PLUS (BOG+) is available from Sunday to Friday on a selected UK and Irish meeting as advertised on ladbrokes.com.
For example back a horse at 3/1 and if it wins at an SP of 7/2 Ladbrokes will pay out at 4/1, up to a maximum stake of £/€200.
Ladbrokes origins date back to 1886, when trainer Harry Schwind and a Mr Pennington (first name unknown) went into partnership, their principal objective being to back horses trained by Schwind at Ladbroke Hall in Worcestershire.
Arthur Bendir joined the partnership in 1902 and effectively founded Ladbrokes with the emphasis changed from backing horses to laying them. They originally set up offices off of The Strand in London, acting as credit bookies to the rich.
1956 ushered in a new era for the business, which was acquired by bookmaker Mark Stein and his nephew Cyril, as while Ladbrokes’ directors had historically shown a reluctance to welcome clients from less privileged backgrounds, they appreciated the need to attract a wider customer base. For the first time ever, Ladbrokes began to advertise and sponsor horse races (their first at Newmarket).
In 1962 Ladbrokes opened its first shop, while the 70’s and 80’s heralded a period of exceptional growth and diversification – including hotel ownership via the acquisition of Hilton International, plus the purchase of Texas Homecare DIY.
A pioneer of the betting industry, Stein also introduced political betting and provided a Ladbrokes tent at cricket Test matches – enabling some Australian players, midway through the 1981 Headingley Test, to take advantage of 500/1 odds on the improbable England victory which transpired.
Stein eventually retired in 1993, but Ladbrokes continued to expand, purchasing casinos and more hotels, with the business renamed Hilton Group – comprising of two divisions: Hilton International and Ladbroke Betting and Gaming.
In 2000, the Ladbroke arm launched ladbrokes.com and sold most of their casino interests to Gala, while towards the end of 2005 the Hilton hotel business was sold and the company’s name reverted to Ladbrokes PLC. Thus, Ladbrokes had been transformed from a bookmaking business into a multi-billion pound leisure conglomerate and back again.
Ladbrokes recently merged with Gala Coral to become the UK’s biggest bookmaker, now re-branded as Ladbrokes Coral, although the two remain independent for now.
Ladbrokes were nicknamed ‘The Magic Sign’, as when big money came in from them on a race, racecourse tic-tac men alerted bookies at the track by drawing circles over their heads – known as the ‘magic sign’ in acknowledgment of how good the money from Ladbrokes was seen to be.
Ladbrokes have also been a long standing sponsor of sporting events in the UK and in 1975 were instrumental in saving the Grand National as when Aintree racecourse was at risk of being sold for property development, Ladbrokes stepped in and did a seven-year deal to sponsor and manage the National – enough breathing space for the course to eventually be purchased in 1984.
Their sponsorship portfolio includes the Ladbrokes St Leger Stakes at Doncaster and Ladbrokes Gold Cup at Newbury (formerly Hennessy Gold Cup), plus the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) including the Ladbrokes Premiership, Ladbrokes Championship, Ladbrokes League 1 and Ladbrokes League 2.