To celebrate the return of the Premier League, we have teamed up with Betfred to offer you the chance of winning a £50 FREE bet when you open an account with Betfred through our website.
All you have to do to enter is deposit a minimum of £20 (for which you’ll get a free matched bet to the value of £25) and you’ll be automatically entered into the draw for the £50 FREE bet, it’s as simple as that. This competition is exclusive to SpursWeb, so you have a VERY good chance of pocketing the prize.
Head on over to the Betfred website, and follow the simple instructions and you’ll be in with your chance of this excellent prize.
Terms and Conditions
• General Betfred.com Rules apply, see web site for full details
• The competition is open to all new depositing players who open an account through SpursWeb
• Players must deposit a minimum of £20 to qualify.
• The competition will run from 18th October 2013 to 18th November 2013.
• A winner will be picked from random on 19th November 2013 and announced our social network channels.
• The £50 free bet will be credited within 72 hrs of the winner being announced
• Customers must have a valid Betfred.com account in order to qualify for a free bet prize.
• One free bet per customer, per competition only. In the case of a customer opening more than one Betfred.com account, we reserve the right to suspend and close duplicate accounts, and make void any bets placed.
• Prizes are awarded as free bets and there is no cash alternative.
• Free bet stake is not included in any returns and is non-withdrawable.
• Your Free Bet will be removed after 30 days if not used.
• Betfred.com reserves the right to withhold any bonus payment if it believes that the promotion has been abused and/or where the terms of the offer are not fulfilled, or any irregular betting patterns are found. The decision of the Betfred.com management is final.
• Betfred.com reserves the right to withdraw or amend this offer at any time, for any reason and without prior notice.
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