Betting Online For Grand National
If you want to bet on the Grand National, you’ll find that betting online provides more opportunities than betting in your local betting shop. If you’re going to Aintree to watch the Grand National, betting online while you’re at the course is still your best option.
Bet on the Grand National online, and you’ll be able to take advantage of the best Grand National offers, best Grand National odds, and the best Grand National enhanced place offers.
Grand National Betting Offers
If you’ve not already opened accounts with all the major online bookmakers, claim the best Grand National betting offers by creating accounts at top bookmakers like Bet365, Betfair Sportsbook, Sky Bet, William Hill, Paddy Power, Coral, Ladbrokes, 888, Unibet, Betfred, BetVictor, Boylesports, and many more.
Free bets and/or bonuses are available to new players at all these top bookmakers. Claim these offers to increase your betting bank and chances of winning money on the Grand National.
If you’re an existing player at some of these bookmakers, watch out for special Grand National promotions that will give you a bit more bang for your buck.
Grand National Betting Deals
In the buildup to the Grand National, online bookmakers will be falling over themselves to get your business. That’s why you’ll be able to take advantage of some great Grand National betting deals.
On the Thursday of the Grand National Meeting at Aintree, Bet365 launches an awesome Grand National offer of 50% back on all each-way bets on the Grand National. Terms & conditions apply to this offer, but it’s a deal worth checking out.
Most online bookmakers offer enhanced place terms on the Grand National. The normal each-way terms for the Grand National is ¼ odds 1-2-3-4, but you’ll find you can get much better terms than that if you shop around.
Many bookmakers payout each-way on at least the first six horses in the Grand National, while some pay out on the first seven or eight horses. Some bookmakers have been known to payout on the first ten horses. What you do need to consider is whether these bookmakers are offering reduced odds about some horses. If that’s the case. You’ll need to choose between the best odds or the best each-way terms.
Many online bookmakers offer special Grand National promotions and markets. One of our favorites is the ‘horses to finish the Grand National’ markets. Many bookmakers group together a selection of five or more horses and offer odds about them all finishing. These groups are normally a mix of fancied horses and outsiders, but the horses only need to complete the Grand National course for you to collect.
Grand National Odds
Betting on the following year’s Grand National starts on the day the previous Grand National is run. This gives punters the chance to take big odds about some horses winning the Grand National. Of course, if you bet ante-post on the Grand National, you’ll lose your money if your horse doesn’t run in the race for any reason, except if it is balloted out at the final declarations stage.
If you want to bet ante-post on the Grand National, make sure you use an odds comparison site to check the best odds and each-way terms at all Grand National online bookmakers. Many bookmakers only offer ¼ odds 1-2-3-4 on Grand National ante-post bets. But a few, such as Betfred and Boylesports offer 1/5 odds 1-2-3-4-5. If Bet365 is offering the best Grand National ante-post odds about your selection, you’re in luck, as Bet365 normally offers ¼ odds 1-2-3-4-5.
If you don’t bet until the day of the Grand National, then shopping around for the best odds and each-way terms is a must. Take advantage of enhanced place terms and the best odds with many online bookmakers. You may also want to consider which bookmakers are offering best odds guaranteed (BOG) on the Grand National, as you’ll get a bigger return if the SP is bigger than the early price on your Grand National betting slip.
Grand National Betting 2020
The 2020 Grand National was abandoned due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Betting For Grand National 2021
Cloth Cap was the 11/2 favourite for the 2021 Grand National but was eventually pulled up at the 26th fence. That left Irish horses to fill the first five places. Blaklion was the first English-trained horse to finish in sixth place, while Irish horses also finished seventh to tenth.
2021 Grand National Top–10
1st – Minella Times 11/1
2nd – Balko Des Flos 100/1
3rd – Any Second Now 15/2
4th Burrows Saint 9/1
5th – Farclas 16/1
6th Blaklion 50/1
7th Discorama 16/1
8th Jett 80/1
9th Cabaret Queen 80/1
10th Shattered Love 33/1
Grand National Betting 2022
If you’re betting on the 2022 Grand National, make sure you use all the tools at your disposal. Open accounts with leading online bookmakers to take advantage of the best Grand National welcome offers and all the best Grand National deals.
Make sure you shop around for the best odds and enhanced place terms, as some bookmakers may payout on up to the first ten horses in the Grand National. It’s also worth considering that nine of the first ten horses to finish in the 2021 Grand National were trained in Ireland.
Betting on the Grand National is super simple and easy. Almost all bookies will have Grand National betting offers, and in many daily newspapers or even online you’ll find free Grand National bets and promotions.