By Anis Bazza
Last Updated: 7th December 2018
William Hill has teamed up with Racing Post for the exciting free-to-enter game Racing Post Lucky 7.
All you have to do is pick the winner of seven selected races to win a huge £50,000 prize. On days when the top prize is not won, there is a £1,000 consolation reward to the top entry.
What’s more, Racing Post are offering a free one-month Members’ Club Ultimate membership to all new customers which includes access to the Racing Post digital newspaper, daily tipping content, comprehensive statistics and much more!
How to play the Racing Post Lucky 7
Open to new and existing William Hill customers, Racing Post Lucky 7 powered by William Hill is your chance to win up to £50,000 each week.
All you have to do is select seven horses from our chosen races & you could strike gold. Even if the jackpot isn’t won, the player with the most winners will still receive a £1,000 consolation prize.
- Entries open from 4pm the day before each competition.
- Swap your predictions as often as you like – right up until the start of the first race.
- Check ‘Presenters Picks’ and see our pundits fancy for each race.
Remember, each competition is completely free to enter with a William Hill account!
Enjoy a free 0ne-month Member’s Club Ultimate Membership
To celebrate linking up with William Hill, Racing Post are offering a free one-month Member’s Club Ultimate membership, giving you exclusive perks such as:
- A digital copy of the daily Racing Post newspaper
- Daily tipping content
- Unlimited video replays from every UK and Irish racecourse
- Personal Horse Tracker
- Comprehensive statistics, ratings, trainer quotes and more
To redeem your one-month membership:
1. Click here and select Ultimate Monthly
2. Follow the steps to create a new account
3. Enter RPLUCKY7 in the Payment Details section
4. Click ‘Buy Now’ to complete your registration (after the trial period, either cancel or continue the subscription at the £29.95 standard monthly price*).
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.