By Anis Bazza
Last Updated: 23rd November 2018
Black Friday has finally arrived and this year it’s bigger than ever. To celebrate William Hill is releasing special Flash Odds offers – both online and retail – every single hour on Friday from 9am to 9pm.
With William Hill, Black Friday is the only sale where the price goes up, so head online or in store on Friday 23rd November and enjoy fantastic, preferential odds for a limited time.
Each Flash Odds sale begins on the hour and lasts 10 minutes.
Black Friday offers with William Hill: How does it work?
When it come to sports betting, Black Friday is all about Flash Odds – 10-minute markets with preferential odds released on the hour, every hour across key betting markets, from 9am – 9pm.
William Hill’s special offers will be available for a limited amount of time with maximum stake limits, so when it’s gone it’s gone.
Flash Odds explained:
Flash Odds are sudden opportunity to make the most of a substantially enhanced price on a popular market. Flash in every sense of the word, Flash odds are only ever available for a finite amount of time.
Black Friday 2018: What should I bet on?
As always, there is a fine array for sporting fixtures available to bet on this Black Friday weekend. Premier League action returns, so why not log in or visit one of our shops and place a bet on any of the exciting fixtures happening this weekend?
Get in on all the betting action from the English Premier League, Championship and Football League with William Hill.
Or how about enjoying our Black Friday flash odds on Horse Racing betting instead? Get the best Jump Season markets and odds taking place this weekend.
Anis grew up supporting Manchester City but found joy and solace across Europe’s major football leagues. Increasingly passionate about NBA, he is interested in and has written extensively about different aspects of sport across the years, previously working at Sky Sports News and Sport360 newspaper in Dubai. He studied Journalism at University but spent a large portion of his academic years building City Watch instead - the largest independent Manchester City Twitter account and website.