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The UK General Election is the next big political betting event on the calendar. A few weeks ago the Conservatives were such red hot favourites that you could hardly get any bookmaker to accept a bet on them. But recently the race has got a lot closer, and many punters are rushing to back their chosen party.
The 2017 General Election has thrown up some very interesting offers from the bookies. The following enhanced odds let you back the most popular bets at vastly improved prices. We’ll be publishing all the latest General Election betting offers right here from now up until polling day on June 8th. So stay tuned to avoid missing out…
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One of the best things about political betting is the number of different markets available. This means there are lots of different angles and multiple ways to win. For this reason, you might prefer free bets rather than enhanced odds because they can be used on any selection in market you like. So take a look at this selection of the best free bets on the General Election which are available right now. They are new customer offers, so you simply need to open a new account to qualify.
More free bets can be found on this page. You can claim a free bet from any bookie that you don’t already have an account with.
One of the most features of recent political betting events is how the polls have consistently got it wrong. So are the betting markets actually a better indicator of who will win than the polls these days? This video from Fox Business is a great watch. It asks that very question, and it will give you some good pointers on how to decide what to bet on in the forthcoming elections.
UK General Election date: 8th June 2017
Polls close at 10pm
Betting markets remain open until polls close. The first results generally come in before midnight, and the result is usually known by around 5am the following day.