Celebrate Cheltenham With £500 Of Daily Free Bingo Games

If you’re a horse racing fan then you’ll know that tomorrow (14th March) is the start of The Cheltenham Festival. In previous years that’s been good news for bingo players as a number of sites operated by bookmakers would run related promotions. This year though there are thin pickings with only William Hill Bingo so far showing their hand.

William Hill Bingo are celebrating Cheltenham with £500 of daily free bingo games. To qualify all you need to do is play £10 cash on bingo on a single day. This will get you access to the Cheltenham Paddock Room the following day for free games between 6.30pm and 7.30pm.

This promotion is already underway and it runs until the 17th March. The final free session will take place on the following day (18th March). Wins from the free games will be paid out as cash prizes so there’s no need to worry about wagering terms.

As well as celebrating Cheltenham, William Hill Bingo are also hosting daily offers during March. These include Champagne Mondays, Top-Up Tuesdays, Happy Wednesdays and Throwback Thursdays. Champagne Monday offers you the chance to get even more free bingo. To qualify you need to enter the code (MONDAY2) and then just spend £5 cash on Bingo tickets before 8:30pm.

Once you’ve done this then you’ll have access to £1000 of Free Bingo Games which start at 8:30pm and run until 9:30pm! Again winnings will be paid out as cash prizes so there’s no worries with wagering terms.

Top-Up Tuesday is a little misleading in terms of what it actually offers! We thought it was a reload bonus but no it’s actually cashback! Use the code TUESDAY2 on 14th March and then, once you’ve spent at least £5 cash on Bingo tickets you’ll get 10% back on your bingo stakes until midnight. The cashback is paid as a bonus and terms will apply.

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