Free Bet Offer: Get a £/€5 Bet Builder for England v Austria Women’s Euros opener

Paddy's generosity knows no bounds.

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A Euros every summer? We could get used to this. After all the thrill and spills of Euro 2020 in 2021 it’s the women’s time to take the centre stage for Euro 2022.

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England and Austria kick off the competition on Wednesday and to celebrate Paddy’s delved into his pockets to offer every single one of his punters a completely FREE £/5 punt to spend on a Bet Builder for the game.

I know what you’re thinking… what’s the catch?

Well, there isn’t one. All you have to do it be over 18 and have already deposited into your Paddy Power account before opting in. You can opt in and get full Ts&Cs here.

Once you place your online Bet Builder using a free bet, you are unable to cash out or edit your bet. Pro-tip – we recommend waiting until the team lineups are announced before placing your bet.

  • To read more about Bet Builders, how to place and watch a video on how to use your free bet, head over to our helpful article here.

So if you think England will score over four goals, have more than 10.5 Corners with Lauren Hemp and Ellen White grabbing at least one each you can back that with Paddy.

If you’re  searching for the latest odds on who’ll walk away with the trophy, look no further.

Could it really be coming home this year?

Really?!

We’ve a little guidance on how to get the best bang for your buck too, just head over to the Football Tips section of PP News and get the inside track from our top team of tipsters.

You can also call on our new Acca Stats feature to get the full low down on how you’re bets are performing and which legs work, or otherwise, for you.

Fancy another offer? Well, if you back an outright top goal scorer you’ll bag a FREE £2 every time they net. Find out more about that here.

So, what are you still doing here? Stuff reading this nonsense and go claim your free bet!

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