Sign up with the Ladbrokes Promo Code 2019 for new customers & get up to £20 in free bets (T&Cs apply | 18+)!
Open an account via the link below using the promo code place a first bet of up to £20, and Ladbrokes will give you up to a 100% bonus:
|Ladbrokes Promo Code||Description||Bet at Ladbrokes|
|Free Bet||up to £20||Get Promo Code|
|Min. Odds||1/2 or greater||Get Promo Code|
|Min. Deposit||£5||Get Promo Code|
|Bet Type||win or e/w excluding Tote & Pools||Get Promo Code|
|Qualifying Period||14 days||Get Promo Code|
|Free bet validity||4 days||Get Promo Code|
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|New Customers only||18+ residing in UK||Get Promo Code|
18+ New UK+IRE customers. Paypal and certain deposit types and bet types excluded. Min £5 bet within 14 days of account reg at min odds 1/2 = 4 x £5 free bets. Free bets valid for 4 days on sports, stake not returned, restrictions apply. T&Cs apply.
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As a new Ladbrokes Casino player, you can stake £10 on any qualifying Casino or Slots game to get a £50 Casino Bonus!
18+. New players only. Min bet £10 on qualifying games. 40x wager reqs (bonus only) on selected games. Bonus valid for 30 days. Certain deposit types (i.e. Paypal) excluded. Bets covering >70% of Roulette table excluded. T&Cs apply.
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18+. New real money customers only. First deposit only. Paid as tickets and pending bonus. Bonus funds released with point accumulation. 90 days to accumulate points. Freeroll tickets valid for 2 months. Twister tickets valid for 1 month. Tourn tickets valid for 2 months. Cash table ticket valid for 30 days. T&Cs apply.
|Ladbrokes Product||Promo Description||Bet at Ladbrokes|
|Ladbrokes Sports||Bet £5 Get £20||Get Ladbrokes Promo Code|
|Ladbrokes Casino||Stake £10 get £50||Get Ladbrokes Casino Promo Code|
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|Sports T&Cs||Terms & Conditions apply||Read Sports T&Cs|
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Below is a list of some of the key terms and conditions for the Ladbrokes Promo Code:
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After signing up with your Ladbrokes Promo Code, you can access a number of regular promotions as an existing customer depending on the promotions Ladbrokes has running.
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.
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).
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 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. 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, the two remain independent for now.
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 Grand National – enough breathing space for the course to eventually be purchased in 1984.
Their sponsorship portfolio includes the St Leger Stakes at Doncaster and Gold Cup at Newbury. This also includes the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL), the Ladbrokes Premiership, Ladbrokes Championship, Ladbrokes League 1 and Ladbrokes League 2.
You can also likely expect competitive promotions around other big race meets and even better bonuses around special events!
I have thoroughly enjoyed betting with Ladbrokes for many reasons, the main reason being how helpful and patient the staff are when dealing with queries. Ladbrokes is about the 5th bookmaker website I have placed any kind of bet on, and navigating a new website such as this, trying to understand how things work and what the odds all means can be quite daunting and confusing. In the past, I have felt very embarrassed to use online chat services with staff members to ask for help, as I have found that some bookmakers have a tendency to alienate non-frequent betters by making you feel silly or inferior if you ask for help. However, I have found Ladbrokes to be incredibly inclusive, valuing all customers equally, and seeming to genuinely want to assist with my questions, no matter how silly they may be! The website is easily one of the best laid out, making it much simpler to place bets and even to find and read the small print, which often is something many websites do their best to hide! All in all, I would recommend Ladbrokes to anyone, but in particular to beginners, as it is definitely the best one to start out with.
I enjoyed betting online with Ladbrokes via their website. I found it easy to sign up (with plenty of offers/sign up offers etc around). I’m new to betting so found the site informative and helpful with lots of options to bet on, play etc. Whilst I found the site easy to navigate I also found some of the colours on the site affected legibility and it was quite ‘busy’ but I think that’s pretty standard for betting sites? There was certainly a lot to read and take in!
Account functions were pretty easy to follow. I had some troubles depositing funds – for some reason I got an error message saying the funds could not be added. I therefore tried again and it then appeared both transactions had gone through. To rectify, I hit the chat function to work out what had happened and although waited a while for a representative they were thoroughly helpful. The representative politely went through all of the steps I’d made to trace the issue and within a matter of minutes could confirm that both transactions had been successfully processed. They then apologised for the issue and advised me how I could remove funds from my account and deposit them back in to my bank account….which I did and was processed without delay!
The sign up process was quick and easy, it took no longer than a few minutes to complete. The welcome email was received shortly after confirming all the of my details supplied during sign up. Depending on how you like to gamble there are plenty of markets available to suit all tastes. If this is football, horse racing, online casinos or slot machines there really is something to suit everybody.
The odds were at least in line with what other bookies were offering, sometimes even better, this reason alone is why you should sign up and use Ladbrokes online you can look around yourself but I am sure you will come back to the same conclusion.
It's super easy to deposit funds using your credit or debit card and just as easy to withdraw them hassle free.
If you have any problems at all the live chat/support service is at hand 24hrs a day to help resolve any issues or answer any queries that you may have. Although from my own experience it was all hassle free it really is a great site and provides and even better service when it comes to online bookmakers.
all in all a great site to use but remember, when the fun stops, stop playing !
Overall I think the Ladbrokes website is easy and intuitive to use, and that the sign-up process and promotions are favourable. It was as straightforward as it could be to sign up; of course they have to make sure it's a genuine adult, but they don't ask for any unnecessary information. It was also easy to opt out of marketing, and I don't seem to have received any unwanted marketing as of yet! Setting up a payment method was also extremely straightforward, with a few different payment options available. I'm surprised that not all sites accept PayPal payments yet, but Ladbrokes fortunately does - which saves having to type in all your card details! They had a promotion on, which was that you'd be given a £50 bonus once you'd wagered £10. I'd briefly seen a banner advertising this on their website but hadn't clicked on anything; so I was very pleasantly surprised when another banner popped up the moment I'd hit the £10 requirement, saying that I'd just been credited with £50. So I feel fairly confident I won't miss out on any other promotions! I usually just play casino and slots, but I also had a free £1 horse bet, so decided to use it. I have no idea about horse racing, but the website was easy enough to navigate, and odds were clearly displayed and easy to understand, so I managed to place the bet fairly easily - although I obviously picked the wrong horse! Back to my favourite slots... They have a very, very wide range of games to pick from, of which I clicked through a fair few. It would have been easier if there'd been a clear way to tell if the £50 free bonus could be used in each game. I did go through the terms and conditions where there was a list of games, but it was obviously not very easy to read or refer back to. A clearer list, or something on the game description or icon would be much better. However, there are a fair number of games to choose from which are eligible to use the £50 bonus funds. The only other slight niggle I had with the site was that when trying to look through the promotions, they all look so similar that they're hard to tell apart!
I Don’t normally write reviews but have had a particularly positive experience with Ladbrokes so thought that I would! I Am completely new to betting and haven’t used these sorts of sites before but found the process very easy to sign up to, they only needed the basic information and it was not a lengthy process. And I was given a nice welcome bonus to start so that was very enjoyable! How to navigate the site was well thought out making it easier for newbies like myself! Was very straightforward to deposit different amounts of money and was easy to withdraw winnings at the end! I Would definitely recommended and use again! I particularly liked that you could cap your deposits so that you can control how much you are spending! There was a lot of markets available. I did speak to customer support at one point when I couldn’t work something out and the problem was solved very quickly, made much easier through the live chat. I haven’t tried the app yet so cannot comment on that, but hopefully will be able to in the future! I think with a bit more experience and understanding of the odds then I will be spending more time on this website!