Free Bet Offer: Get a £/€5 Bet Builder for Northern Ireland v England after placing England v Norway punt

Paddy loves a BOGOF!


England are looking to lift the Women’s Euro 2022 trophy on home soil – and you could also be onto a winner thanks to Paddy!

That’s because the big man’s dipping into his pocket and dishing out a buy-one-get-one-free on Bet Builders for the Lionesses’ remaining group games against Norway and Northern Ireland.


England kicked off their campaign with a steady, if unspectacular, victory against Austria thanks to Beth Mead’s early goal last Wednesday, but the pressure will ramp up a notch on Monday, July 11 when they face a Norway team flying high after stuffing Northern Ireland in their opener.

All three points against the Norwegians could be enough to seal a quarter-final spot for Sarina Wiegman’s team, who round off their Group A fixtures with a Battle of Britain against tournament debutants Northern Ireland on Friday, July 15.

Come on then, how do I score a free Bet Builder?

Well, Paddy Power customers who Opt In and place a £/€5 Bet Builder on the England v Norway match will receive a FREE £/€5 Bet Builder to spend on the Northern Ireland v England clash.

The total minimum odds per Bet Builder must be 1.5 (1/2) or greater and you need a minimum of two or more legs for your punt to qualify. The offer applies to your first pre-match Bet Builder up to a value £/€5 placed after 9am on Sunday, July 10 2022 until 8pm the following day. You can opt in and get the full Ts&Cs here.

  • 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.

We’ve a bit of guidance on how to get the best bang for your buck. Just head over to the Football Tips section of PP News and get the inside score from our top team of tipsters.

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

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