Claim $10 Free Live Bet from Unibet

ATP tennis finals is the last big tennis event of the year. The finals are being played between 12th and 19th of November, so you still have a plenty of time to watch world-class tennis and bet on the matches. Unibet makes things more interesting as you will get a free $10 live bet on the games no matter if your pre-match bet on ATP finals wins or loses.

How to participate

  1. Open a new Unibet account or log in to your account
  2. Go to promotions section and opt-in to the promotion
  3. Place a $40 bet on any ATP Finals match between 12th and 19th November
  4. You will get a $10 free live bet the next working day to wager on another match.

Please note that the amounts are in EUR (€) in Unibet site, but we took the liberty to convert them to CAD.

Most important terms and conditions:

  • You must bet on any markets of the ATP Finals between the 12th and 19th November to be eligible for this promotion.
  • Only one $10 bet can be credited per day per player.
  • Only pre-match bets count towards this promotion.
  • Minimum total amount of $40 and minimum odds of 1.40.
  • The only combination based containing solely ATP Finals will count.
  • The €5 free bet will be available on your account for 7 days.

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