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Sporting Index

New Customer Sign-Up Offer

Sportsbook new customer promo at Sporting Index

Key Points

  • Open a Sporting Index account today through the link, deposit and make your first bet of £25+ on any fixed-odds sports market (min odds 1/2) and receive a £25 free bet.
  • The promotion is available to new Sporting Index customers who place their first fixed-odds sports bet at odds of 1/2 or greater.
  • The free bet is credited on settlement of the qualifying bet and is valid for 7 days on any fixed odds market.

See bookmaker site for full T&C's

Join Sporting Index here to take advantage of this offer >>>

New clients only. Applies to the first £25+ bet on any sports market at odds of 1.5 or greater within 30 days of registration. 1 x £25 free bet issued on qualifying bet settlement. Free bet valid for 7 days and stake not returned. Offer not valid with cashout. Full terms apply. 18+ begambleaware.org
New Customer Sign-Up Offer

new customer spreadbetting promotion

Key Points

  • Open a Sporting Index account through the link and enjoy spread betting for 7 days with £100 of non-withdrawal cash to bet on top sports events.
  • The promotion is available to new Sporting Index customers from Tuesday 2nd October 2018.
  • For bets to qualify and be covered by your Promotional Betting Cash, bets must be both placed and settled within the Promotional Period - If necessary, you will be required to cover the liabilities of any existing open bets when the Promotional Betting Cash is withdrawn at the end of the Promotional Period.
  • Please note that with spread betting losses can exceed your initial deposit or credit limit.

See bookmaker site for full T&C's

Join Sporting Index here to take advantage of this offer >>>

New clients get £100 (non-withdrawable) to bet with. Keep what you win. Any losses over £100 are your liability. Market restrictions & 7 day time limits apply. Click for full T&Cs. Account opening status subject to suitability checks. Spread betting involves risks. Losses can exceed deposits.

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