William Hill has plenty of positives for its customers ahead of the 2022 Grand National. We’ll take you through the various betting offers, odds, specials, and other features available ahead of the Grand National, which is set to take place on Saturday 9th April 2022.

William Hill Betting Offers

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How to claim William Hill’s Welcome Offer

To claim William Hill’s generous welcome offer for new customers, follow the instructions below through a mobile device.

  • Click here to be directed to William Hill’s site.
  • Click the ‘Join now’ button, which is coloured green, and this will apply the Promo code before taking you to a registration form.

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  • Fill out your personal information, including your name, date of birth, address, and contact preferences.

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  • Set your user name, password, security question, deposit limit, whilst also adding in the N40 promo code.

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  • Click the ‘Agree & Join’ button to accept the Terms and Conditions and complete your registration.
  • Deposit and wager £10 on a selection with minimum odds of ½ (1.5).
  • Regardless of the outcome of the qualifying bet, the free bets will be credited to the customer’s account after the qualifying bet has been settled.

Specials

William Hill is one of the best bookmakers around when it comes to the specials they have available on their site. We’ll look through them individually to see what odds and specials are accessible.

Best Odds Guaranteed (BOG)

Best Odds Guaranteed (BOG) is one of the most popular horse racing promotions around, and it’ll be in place for the 2022 Grand National. The BOG promotion effectively gives punters the best odds on their horse racing selections on the day of a race. Regardless of whether your selected horse’s odds rise or shorten, you’ll be paid out at the best odds being offered by the bookie. An example of the BOG promotion being in place for the 2022 Grand National can be found below.

Minella Times wins the 2022 Grand National, and the punter wagered funds at 20/1, but the horse’s SP was 18/1, you’ll still be paid out at the higher odds of 20/1.
Minella Times wins the 2022 Grand National, and the punter wagered funds at 20/1, but the horse’s SP was 25/1, you’d be paid out at the SP which is the higher odds.

Non-Runner, No Bet (NRNB)

Non-runner, no bet is popular amongst ante-post bettors, who are looking for the best possible odds on notable events such as the Aintree Grand National. With bookies that offer the non-runner, no bet promotion, this gives punters insurance on their ante-post selections, as if their selected horse doesn’t end up running in the race, then they’ll receive their stake back with the bet voided.

If you wagered funds on a betting market that wasn’t covered by the NRNB promotion, and your selected horse didn’t run in the race, your bet would be settled as a loss before the race has even started. William Hill is offering the NRNB promotion on their 2022 ante-post Grand National betting markets, which is another positive that punters can look forward to.

Where Will The Winner Be Trained?

  • Ireland @ 4/9
  • Great Britain @ 13/8

Irish Trained Horses in 2022 Aintree Grand National

  • Irish Trained Horses to finish 1-2-3 in 2022 Aintree Grand National @ 2/1
  • Irish Trained Horses to finish 1-2-3-4 in 2022 Aintree Grand National @ 4/1

Winner to be owned by JP McManus

  • Winner to be owned by JP McManus @ 3/1

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William Hill Live-Streaming

William Hill is live-streaming the 2022 Grand National. To watch live-streamed races at William Hill, you have to have wagered funds of £1 on the selected race, whilst also being logged into your William Hill account. To watch the race live, click the green media player icon. We’ve provided an example of what this would look like from a meeting at Hexham on Monday 28th March 2022.

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It’s worth remembering that the live stream is typically available to watch through William Hill around five minutes before the race is set to get underway.

For a more in-depth look at the Grand National live-streaming options, head over to our dedicated page for this year’s event.

William Hill Grand National Odds

William Hill is more than competitive with other bookmakers when it comes to the odds they’re offering on the Grand National. Ante-post betting markets are already available, and although there aren’t any other markets currently available on their site, that isn’t to say that there won’t be in the future when we’re closer to the 2022 Grand National getting underway.

An example of William Hill competing with other bookies is that they’re offering odds of 10/1 for Any Second Now to win this year’s main event, whilst bet365 are only offering a price of 9/1 for the same horse to win. It’s vitally important that William Hill remains competitive with the odds they’re offering, as first-time punters, in particular, are going to be wanting the best value for their money with their selections.

Below, we’ve listed you the odds that William Hill is offering their punters for the 2022 Grand National.

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Odds correct as of 4:00 pm, Monday 28th March 2022. Odds are subject to change.

Review

William Hill is a bookmaker that is one of the best when it comes to the Grand National, which will be pleasing to hear for both new and existing customers that are looking to use this bookie. They’ve got a fantastic sign-up offer for new customers, as well as offering competitive odds, and a strong quality live-streaming service for this event.

William Hill also has a great range of specials already available on their site, with the majority not being accessible on other bookmakers so far in advance of the 2022 Grand National. It’s hard to fault William Hill heading into the meeting at Aintree in April 2022.