Spreadex is offering new customers £35 in free bets when they place a £25 fixed-odds bet on the sportsbook at minimum odds of ½.
Bet £25 and get 5 x £5 free fixed odds bets & 2 x £5 free Total Goals football spread bets. Full Ts&Cs apply.
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KEY T&C: 18+. Place a qualifying £25 fixed odds bet at odds of 1/2 or greater. Qualifying bet cannot be placed in-play or cashed out early. A first free £5 fixed odds bet will be credited upon settlement of the qualifying bet. 4 x following £5 free fixed odds bets will be added to your account on consecutive days. After your first free fixed odds bet you will also get a free £5 Total Goals spread bet. And after your second free fixed odds bet you will also get a second free £5 Total Goals spread bet. You must have a full spread betting account to be able to claim the free Total Goals spread bets. Free bets must be claimed within 28 days of opening. Free bet stake not included in any winnings. Ts&Cs Apply. 18+ begambleaware.org
Spreadex has a new customer offer which gives them the opportunity to earn £35 in free bets when they place a £25 qualifying fixed-odds bet on their sportsbook, with minimum odds of ½.
A first free £5 fixed-odds bet will be credited into the customer’s account after the qualifying bet has been settled. This is credited into the account regardless of whether that qualifying bet is to win or lose. Following that, 4 x £5 free fixed-odds bets will be added to your account on consecutive days.
After your first free-fixed odds bet, you will also be credited with a free £5 Total Goals spread bet. After your second free fixed-odds bet you will get a second free £5 Total Goals spread bet.
The Spreadex qualifying bet has to be placed on their sportsbook with a selection that has minimum odds of 1/2, and we’ve provided an example of how to qualify for the £35 in free bets.
If you want to wait until the return of the Premier League to place your qualifying bet, you can do just that.
Our example comes from St Mary’s Stadium, where a new customer might think that Leeds will beat Southampton on Saturday 16th October.
With the odds of Leeds to win this match being 9/5, this would qualify to receive the free bets from Spreadex.
Simply select Leeds to win from Spreadex’s sportsbook, and place your £25 qualifying bet on them. However, make sure you’re on the ‘Fixed Odds’ section on their sportsbook, and not the ‘Spread Betting’ section. Below, you can see a picture of their Fixed Odds section for the Leeds match.
Regardless of whether Marcelo Bielsa’s side win or lose, you will then be credited with your free bets over time once the match has reached a conclusion.
To claim the Spreadex sign-up offer, it’s relatively simple. You can find a step-by-step guide on how to claim the offer below.
Spreadex’s free bets that are on offer depend on the new customer’s stake in the qualifying bet. Below, we have explained how many bets they’d receive based on different qualifying bet stakes.
Here is the breakdown of how the Spreadex sign-up offer distributes the free bets once your qualifying bet has been settled. The example is if you place a £25 qualifying bet on a Monday:
Spreadex’s Sports Betting app is a useful way for their customers to access markets whilst on the go, or away from the desktop site.
It’s easy to navigate around for new customers, as they can find the competition or event that they wish to place bets on.
You can also make deposits and withdrawals whilst using Spreadex’s Sports Betting mobile app, which makes it a useful app to use, instead of having to use the desktop version.
In-Play betting is also available on Spreadex’s mobile app, and so you couldn’t ask for much more, with the bookmaker covering many different markets in sporting events throughout the year.
When you’re credited with your free bets from Spreadex, you can use them on several different sporting events on their sportsbook.
This can range from bets on football, cricket or tennis, or something with more luck involved like virtual horse racing.
They can’t be used on spread betting or casino sites within Spreadex though, and once you receive any funds that you win via your free bets, customers are able to withdraw the funds into their personal bank account.
Any funds that are being withdrawn onto a debit card will take between 2 and 5 days, whereas a Bank Transfer would mean that funds arrive into your bank account within 2 days.
Spreadex’s customer service is another positive for the site, as they have many ways that their users can contact them if they need to.
They have plenty of different ways that their customers can reach out to them, with the following contact methods being accessible to reach their customer service team.
Their customer service team is accessible from 8am-5:30pm from Monday to Sunday. Spreadex also has a separate contact number and email for both their Sports Trading Room team, and Financial Trading Room team.
The Sports Trading Room team is open 24 hours a day, whilst the Financial Trading Room team are open 24 hours a day from Monday to Thursday. However, they’re open from 12am-9:15pm on a Friday, and from 9pm-12am on a Sunday. They’re closed on a Saturday.
This sign-up offer for new customers at Spreadex is likely to draw plenty of punters into signing up with the bookmaker.
The variety of the free bets is a real positive as well, and given that those free bets will be paid out regardless of the outcome of the qualifying bet you place, it’d be a smart move to sign-up.
Their customer service team are easily contactable, and with their mobile app including all of the features that are on the desktop version of their site.
New customers also don’t have to stake the full £25 in their qualifying bet, and can opt to go with a lower amount if they wish to do so, which is a positive move, as they aren’t pricing out some potential customers.