New UK customers only. You must opt-in to the £10 Free Bet promotion upon registration. Minimum £10 deposit and qualifying bet required at minimum odds of 1.8 in any sportsbook market, within 14 days of opening account. Each way bets do not qualify for this offer. T&C apply.

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ComeOn is a traditional online bookmaker that was launched in 2010. The operator is licensed and regulated in Malta by the Malta Gaming Authority. The firm also has a license with the UK Gambling Commission and is registered in Curacao. This operator is popular in a number of European countries including Sweden, Germany and the UK but also has clients in Chile. The sports betting product is comprehensive with betting markets for 29 sports.

Horse racing is still the core sport in UK betting offices so online bookmakers who target the UK market are expected to cover the sport. The Cheltenham Festival 2020 is the biggest betting meeting of the year and ComeOn will give customers a wide range of promotions and betting markets for the jumps meeting that matters most.

The Cheltenham Festival is huge for betting and ComeOn already have ante-post markets for the championship races. Ante post betting is popular for the major championships races at the Cheltenham Festival and odds are published up to one year ahead of the major races. ComeOn have Cheltenham Festival 2020 prices on offer and the odds will be updated after trials.    


New customers with ComeOn can select a sportsbook or casino welcome offer. The sportsbook promotion is £10 in the form of a free bet while new casino players can claim £25 in the form of a welcome bonus. The sports betting welcome offer is subject to the following Terms & Conditions:

  • New customers in the UK and existing account holders do not qualify.
  • Opt-in to choose this welcome offer as part of the registration process.
  • The minimum deposit is £10.
  • The qualifying bet is for £10 on sports at odds of 1.8 or bigger.
  • This bet must be placed within 14 days of registration.
  • The free bet token for £10 is credited within 24 hours of the bet being accepted.  
  • Any winnings from the free bet will not include the stake.
  • The free bet will expire after 30 days.
  • ComeOn general Terms & Conditions apply.

At the time of writing ComeOn offered ante-post odds on 12 championships races at the Cheltenham Festival 2020 in March of that year. The free bet token could be used to bet on these races but if the horse is withdrawn before the day of the race the bet is a loser and the stake is lost. ComeOn may offer non runner/ no bet for Cheltenham 2020 nearer the time which means stakes are returned if the backed horse does not run. Bookmakers in the UK will introduce this concession in the February before Cheltenham 2020 the following month.


Cheltenham 2020 Offers

Bookmakers in the UK invest heavily in trying to attract new customers during Cheltenham week. There is a wide range of free bet and promotions for new and existing customers. ComeOn are competing in the UK market so will introduce some Cheltenham 2020 offers. Here is a selection of offers that bookmakers presented to new customers and existing players before and during Cheltenham 2019:

  • Best Odds Guaranteed.
  • Non runner / no bet.
  • Extra places.
  • Free bet if backed horse finishes second.
  • Enhanced odds.
  • Special trainer and jockey markets.

Customers had a great deal of choice last season and we can expect something similar from bookmakers including ComeOn for the 2020 Cheltenham Festival. 

How To Bet on Cheltenham Festival 2020 with ComeOn

Customers must register with ComeOn before betting on Cheltenham 2020. The registration process activate a welcome offer which can be for the sportsbook or casino. Once an account has been confirmed, new customers choose a deposit method and  amount. When the account has been updated with betting funds new players cab begin to place sports bets which can be on horse in general and the Cheltenham Festival 2020 in particular. Ante post betting is available on the four biggest championship races almost a full year ahead of the Cheltenham meeting.

The Cheltenham Festival takes place over four days from Tuesday to Friday in the middle of March. There are seven races each day which means 28 in total. On each day there is a feature championship race which are as follows:

  • Tuesday: Champion Hurdle
  • Wednesday: Champion Chase
  • Thursday: Stayers’ Hurdle
  • Friday: Cheltenham Gold Cup

These races are all Grade 1 contests run under certain conditions. They are not handicaps which means horse of the same age and gender carry the same weight. Bettors can back horse win or each-way and standard place terms apply. Ante post odds are generally better than day of the race odds but the horse could be injured or lose form and not run which means the stake is lost. ComeOn may introduce non runner / no bet (NRNB) but if that does not apply when the ante post bet is placed stakes are nor refunded. This concession appears at the start of the year.

The Cheltenham Festival also features handicaps, a cross country race and the championship Flat race for National Hunt bred horses. Betting turnover online, in betting offices and at the track is huge  and more money is bet at Cheltenham than any other meeting during the season, both on the Flat and over jumps.

At the time of writing ComeOn did not offer live streaming of meetings in the UK but this situation could have changed for the Cheltenham Festival 2020. Customers with other bookmakers must place a bet of £1 or more to gain access to live streaming. The coverage of the race begins just before the start and ends once the Starting Prices have been announced. Customers with ComeOn can watch live coverage of the Cheltenham festival 2020 in betting offices or on ITV or Rating TV which is a dedicated horse racing channel. Therefore, there are a number of ways to see live coverage of Cheltenham races each day during the 2020 Festival. 

ComeOn Features

Here are some of the main betting services with ComeOn which will be available during the Cheltenham Festival 2020:  


‘In-Play’ is an option on the main menu on the ComeOn Homepage. When the review was carried out there were over 30 live events taking place and most were related to tennis and football. The most popular competitions for in-play betting are the Premier League in England and the Champions League. Tennis is a major in-play betting sport and more bets are placed during matches than before the action begins. Customers with ComeOn do not have access to live streaming but each event features a visual display of the progress of play. There is a decent of statistics and match data and the information is updated as the events take place. There is a shift in the odds after a key event and betting markets are briefly suspended.

Cash Out

The cash out option on selected sports and markets is a facility that allows customers to close a bet before expiry. This action guarantees a profit if the odds move in favour of the bet or limit the loss if the betting moves the other way. Bets placed before the event has begun or during live betting can be cashed out. Bettors can partially or fully cash out a bet or reject the offer and let bets stand. At ComeOn accounts are updated immediately after a cash out which means betting funds are available.  Cash out is a service that complements betting markets during the Cheltenham festival.

Other Promotions

In addition to the welcome offer of £10 in the form of a free bet existing customers with ComeOn enjoy the following sports specific ongoing promotions:

  • YourBet provides free bets for the major fixtures for mobile customers and desktop players do not qualify.
  • Pulse Bet involves betting on a goal to be scored within a range of minutes which are determined by the bettor.
  • Enhanced returns from multiple bets on American sports.
  • Tennis combination bet boosts.
  • Enhanced returns from sports accas including football.

ComeOn rewards the loyalty of customers with a decent packager of offers. The ongoing promotions complement the welcome offer. The overall range provides a good incentive to open an account with ComeOn, deposit funds and place bets on Cheltenham 2020 in ante post and day of the race markets. There are no Cheltenham specific offers but ComeOn may introduce NRNB and Best Odds Guaranteed which will be a useful concession during Cheltenham.    

Betting Markets

‘Sports’ is an option on the main menu on the ComeOn Homepage. There is a search facility to locate a market. If customers enter ‘Cheltenham’ they will be directed to ante post betting for the 2020 Festival. The Most Popular betting markets are listed independently, followed by a list of sports in order of popularity. In addition to the regular sports, customers can bet on novelty markets un Politics and TV and Entertainment. In terms of the number of bets the three most popular sports with ComeOn are football, tennis and horse racing, which includes Cheltenham Festival 2020 betting. Here is some information about these sports:     


Football is the most popular betting sport across all bookmakers and ComeOn accepts most bets on the sport. The site features odds in pre-match, in-play and ante-post betting markets. The most popular options are the match result, handicaps, totals and correct score and first scorer. ComeOn also offers ante post betting on the major domestic leagues in Europe, the Champions League and next World Cup. 


Customers with ComeOn can bet on tennis matches from the ATP and WTA tours, Challenger events and ITF tournaments. There is more in-play betting on tennis than pre-match betting. Tennis lends itself to trading due to score and odds fluctuations so customers can use the cash out facility to control tennis bets. Outright betting is available on the upcoming Grand Slam events. 

Horse Racing  

ComeOn with customers can bet on races each day from meetings in the UK and Ireland and major international races. The range of bets includes win or each way, singles, doubles, trebles and accumulators and forecasts. The operator also offers ante post betting on races at Cheltenham in 2020, the Grand National over jumps and the five Classics on the Flat. Most money is staked on Cheltenham races.


At the time of writing ComeOn does not have a mobile app that can be downloaded to Android and iOS devices. If an app has not been introduced in time for the Cheltenham Festival 2020 ComeOn will be at a disadvantage because most of the UK brands have introduced apps. Mobile betting at the course is growing and given a good connection many Cheltenham race goers will be placing bets on the Cheltenham Festival 2020 using mobile phones.

However, the ComeOn mobile site can be accessed using iOS and Android devices. Here is a step-by-step guide to placing bets using the mobile-optimised browser site during the Cheltenham Festival 2020:   

  1. Enter the ComeOn URL in the browser on a mobile phone.
  2. Visit the ComeOn Homepage.
  3. Click the desired Cheltenham market.
  4. Enter the stake and press Place bets. 

There are mobile specific offers and mobile users can claim the welcome offer of £120 in the form of a free bet which can be used on a Cheltenham 2020 ante post market. Mobile users can also benefit from ongoing promotions for existing players. ComeOn will be looking to improve their mobile product before Cheltenham.

Cheltenham Festival 2020

The Cheltenham Festival takes place from Tuesday, March 10th to Friday, March 13th 2020. ComeOn are already offering ante post betting and Cheltenham offers will appear in the weeks and months leading up to the Festival.