Betfred Bingo Free Gift Giveaway
All details below were correct when published on 2nd March 2019. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.
The last 18 months have been tough for online bingo. Increased taxes, bonus changes and a whole raft of guidelines have had an impact on the game. However we’re hoping that 2019 will see a resurgence for the game with more brands putting effort into attracting players. Betfred Bingo have taken an early lead in that respect with a brand new offer for new players. They’re offering one of three items in their free gift giveaway!
How To Get A Betfred Bingo Free Gift
To receive a free gift from Betfred Bingo you need to register as a new player using the code GIFTANDGO. You’ll need to include your mobile number on registration as you’ll be sent a code. This code can be used at the Gift and Go website where a choice of three gifts awaits. The gifts on offer are as follows: Everyday Round Tea pot with Infuser, Set of Gel Ink Pens or a Stainless Steel Thermos Travel Mug.
We’re guessing that the value of these items is around a fiver – maybe a little less, maybe a little more. However, as far as we’re aware no deposit is required to receive the item. Note that it is one gift per person/per household and various terms and conditions apply. The offer concludes on the 31st March 2019 but is also subject to availability.
Free Gifts With Bingo
Betfred Bingo aren’t the first brand to offer free gifts to players. In the past Bucky have dished out fridge magnets featuring their now redundant ‘Dude’ character. Diva Bingo offered fashion gifts and more recently Wink Bingo ran a festive promotion offering shopping vouchers. The key difference to the Betfred offer is that the mentioned deals did require a deposit first.
New Look For Betfred Bingo
The fact that Betfred have a promotion without a deposit requirement suggests that they’re aiming to build their player base. They’ve recently made another change to their site too. Earlier in the year they went with a 70s TV show scheme which seems to have gone the same way as Jose Mourinho at Manchester United. The new “look” features a handful of players and is a lot more modern. It’s an approach that’s worked well for Tombola and recently been adopted by Sky Bingo too.