William Hill Promo Code

William Hill is offering new customers £30 in free bets credited as 2x £15 bets if they bet £10 and use the William Hill promo code 2020 when registering. Click on the button below to visit their website, open an account and they will match your bets with free bets when you bet £10.

*Key Terms: New customers using Promo Code P30 only, min £10 stake, min odds ½, free bets paid as 2x £15 (30 days expiry), free bet/payment method/player/country restrictions apply.

William Hill Promo Code Activation

Find all the William Hill promo code 2020 activation details in the table below:

Bonus:Bonus offer:General requirements
William Hill promo code bonusBet £10 and get £30 in free bets18+ | T&C apply
William Hill Promo Code 2020Claim the offer18+ | T&C apply
Minimum deposit£1018+ | T&C apply
Min. odds1/218+ | T&C apply
Bonus expiration30 days18+ | T&C apply
William Hill Terms and Conditions*See Key Terms and Conditions below the table18+ | T&C apply

*Key Terms: New customers using Promo Code P30 only, min £10 stake, min odds ½, free bets paid as 2x £15 (30 days expiry), free bet/payment method/player/country restrictions apply.

William Hill Promo Code: Sign Up Offer

It’s very easy to sign up at William Hill for the welcome offer. All you have to do is to fill in the details in the registration form, click on the ‘Join’ button. That button will take you to the page where you will enter the promotion. Don’t forget to use the William Hill promo code 2020 when you register.

William Hill promo code registration

William Hill Bookmaker

William Hill has a betting heritage of almost 80 years – William Hill himself was born in Birmingham in 1903 and after making money taking bets at greyound tracks he founded the business in 1934, originally as a telephone / postal betting service, where punters would send a bet with a cheque in advance of an event.

The business began to open high street shops in 1966, a few years after they were made legal. William Hill retired in 1970 and died just a year later, but his legacy lives on and there are now over 2300 betting shops in the UK that bear his name (which represents about 25% of the total number of licensed betting offices) and their annual report for 2011 showed group turnover of around £18 billion.

In 1998 William Hill were the first bookmaker to have a website with the launch of the online betting service ‘Sportsbook’, which was followed by williamhill.com in 2000. Their online operation now has over 1.5 million unique customers and whilst 75% of this business comes from the UK, they now have 26 different language / territory sites, which are available to over 175 different countries.

William Hill has had various owners over the years and was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 2002 at an offer price of 225 pence per ordinary share. The offer was over- subscribed in excess of 10 times and the share price increased to an all time high of 665p in Feb 2007. However share values in the industry have declined significantly since and they are currently trading back at around 260p (Ladbrokes are around 160p).

The business has continued to expand aggressively and in 2005 purchased Stanley Leisure PLC’s retail bookmaking operations of 624 betting shops (along with absorbing their online site Stanleybet) which briefly took William Hill past Ladbrokes in terms of number of high street outlets, although the Office of Fair Trading made them sell 78 shops.

In late 2008 they announced that they were combining the online business with purchased assets of gaming software company Playtech to create William Hill Online, thus becoming one of the leading online gaming and sports betting businesses in Europe and in 2009 they moved their online division to Gibraltar.

William Hill market themselves as “The Home of Betting” and in 2010 they began to advertise this message on television in the UK for the first time, with commercials that in particular promote their breadth of in-play markets (to rather funky music). Indeed in-play markets are an area in which William Hill stands out, for example in 2011 they were the only bookmaker to offer point-by-point betting on every Wimbledon match.

It’s a message that appears to be paying dividends as William Hill was announced as “Bookmaker of the Year” at the annual industry awards in 2010 and William Hill Online was given the prestigious “Operator of The Year” award at the 2011 eGaming Review operator awards, recognising their “dynamic fresh faced online gaming brand”. In 2010 company turnover exceeded £16 billion.

They also sponsor a number of high-profile sports events including most recently being annouced as the ‘Official betting partner’ of the FA Cup and also as an ‘official supporter’ of the England football team. The deal is the first of its type for the betting industry and features a wide and unique range of image rights, advertising / promotional opportunities.

This deal adds to a sponsorship porfolio that already includes the William Hill Scottish Cup, the williamhill.com UK Snooker Championships, the William Hill Grand Slam of Darts Championship, the William Hill Greyhound Derby and their showpiece horse racing events – the William Hill King George VI at Kempton on Boxing Day (recently won by Kauto Star of a record fifth time), the William Hill Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival and the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup (the richest sprint handicap in Europe).

Indeed the deal with Ayr Racecourse covers full naming rights of the entire three day Ayr Gold Cup Festival in September and sponsorship of the William Hill Ayr Gold, Silver and Bronze Cup’s, plus the Doonside Cup, Ayrshire Handicap and Kilkerran Cup, whilst the King George VI at Kempton is feature race of the two day William Hill Winter Festival, with all 12 races sponsored by the bookmaker – including the williamhill.com Christmas Hurdle, Feltham Novices’ Chase, Wayward Lad Novices’ Chase and Desert Orchid Chase.

Their sponsorship of the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham includes sponsorship of a trial race for the Supreme – the Rossington Main Novices’ Hurdle at Haydock.

William Hill are also the official betting partner for the Investec Derby Festival and shirt sponsors for Spanish football club Malaga CF – the closest La Liga club to their business base in Gibraltar.

Former Welsh professional footballer and Strictly Come Dancing star Robbie Savage, is the official sporting ambassador for William Hill and he offers weekly football tips via their podcast service, selecting special bets for which they offer enhanced odds and also promoting the William Hill products and community via his Twitter page.

Slightly less conventionally, for the 2010 General Election they also sponsored the ‘William Hill Monster Raving Loony Party’ for £5,000 as a PR stunt.

William Hill Website

The William Hill website cleverly balances a huge amount of information and markets with a very clean and easy to use interface – so users are not overwhelmed and can navigate to and place bets without fuss.

The sports homepage is headed with a top menu of links direct to each betting market and below are odds for the most popular live events, with tabs that show how many ‘in-play’ markets are currently available for each sport – and link directly to these markets.

Further down there is a list of upcoming betting ‘highlights’ alongside odds, followed by a series of event boxes – each detailing further betting opportunities and popular markets.

Whenever a user clicks on odds for a market a bet slip is populated on the right-hand side of the site, with a stake box and ‘place bet’ button. Bets can be placed instantly as a single, or further odds clicked to add more bets to the same bet slip as an accumulator or multiple bet.

As bets are added the slip shows both the odds for a straight accumulator and the different types of multiple bets available, such as doubles, trebles, trixies and patents – including the number of bets each consists of, so that a stake can be added accordingly.

Below the bet slip all the latest William Hill promotions and features are listed for all of their products, as well as the latest news, previews and both audio and visual podcasts. In fact they offer a variety of interactive online media formats, including William Hill Radio which broadcasts three channels: live commentaries on their ‘betting shop’ service, news and previews for horse-racing on ‘horse racing radio’ and other sports via ‘in-play radio’.

Alternatively customers can watch live UK and Irish racing via their RacingTV service simply by placing a bet of at least £1 on the race they want to watch. When a qualifying bet is placed, the race link will be available on their ‘Live Streaming’ page and users simply click on ‘Click here to view your qualified races’, then the link for the race they want to watch.

There is also a William Hill TV service called WHTV for account holders who can choose to watch hundreds of different sporting events including football, tennis and snooker – as it happens. Users simply need to be logged in and have a positive account balance or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to watch.

Twitter fans can follow and interact with William Hill’s media relations representative Kate Miller (@racingkate).

William Hill Mobile App

William Hill Mobile has three exclusive football betting offers for customers placing bets via their mobile, although they can use their existing online username and password to log-in.

Firstly mobile users get a ‘Goal Scorer Second Chance’ – if their chosen First Goal Scorer doesn’t score the first goal, but scores the second, Hills refund the losing stake as a free bet. Secondly, they offer a ‘Bore Draw Money Back’ refund for matches that finish 0-0 – returning losing Correct Score and Double Result bets as a free bet. Finally, if a customer places an accumulator and only one team lets it down, they refund the stake as a free bet.

There are William Hill apps for both the iPhone and Android platforms – all that’s needed to get started is the free app and a williamhill.com account, whilst their mobile interface can also be accessed via mobile.williamhill.com on most other mobile browsers.

The Will Hill mobile sports home page has icons to allow users to click directly to horse racing, football, tennis and cricket betting, plus an A-Z icon for all other sports and there’s also an ‘in-play’ icon as well as ones for the ‘next off’ sport and ‘promotions’. Clicking odds for any event will populate a bet slip at the bottom right of the screen and clicking on this allows the user to add their stake and place the bet.

Customers with iPhones can also download an innovative William Hill ‘Shake-a-Bet’ App via iTunes. Once downloaded they simply pick how much they want to bet, how many selections they want to cheer on, how much they’re aiming to win…and the app does the rest. This isn’t a random selection – the app will only choose things that plenty of people are already betting on and it will always look for relevant events that are coming up soon.

If the user doesn’t like all the selections it suggests, they simply hold the ones they like and re-spin the ones they don’t. For example, if the market chosen is ‘First Goalscorer’ in a Liverpool v Manchester United match they can keep the market and just respin the player.

William Hill Games

There is a £20 welcome bonus for players who stake £100 on the wide range of William Hill Games. This is irrespective of whether they win or lose, but players should check that there is a bonus bar alongside the games as this offer excludes games where the bonus bar does not appear, such as Top Trumps.

Games include slots such as The X Factor, The Million Pound Drop and Spider-Man, plus arcade favourites such as Deal or No Deal and Bejeweled.

William Hill Casino

The casino at William Hill has a mixture of table and cards games, as well as slots, video poker, scratch cards and fun ‘casual’ games such as ‘Frankie’s Fantastic 7’ where players place bets on different horses, which move forward depending on which playing cards are randomly drawn. Some of the horses have less distance to run, reflected in their odds, and players can back different horses at odds of up to 13/1.

We also liked ‘mini-roulette’ – just 13 numbers to choose from instead of the normal 37, with six reds, six blacks and the green zero, allowing players to hit more often.

Alternatively, there is William Hill Live Casino offering blackjack, roulette and baccarat with live dealers, where you can see the cards being dealt and wheel spinning for real.

William Hill Payment Options

Accounts at William Hill can be funded via all major debit and credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, Electron, Laser, Entropay and Diners Club. They will also accept Quick Cash, PaySafeCard, Ukash, Western Union, Bank Transfer and the following ewallets: Paypal, NETeller, Skrill (MoneyBookers), ClickandBuy and Click2Pay.