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Paddy Power Offer


Horse Racing Free Bet

Perth stages an afternoon card on Sunday 7 June and Paddy Power has a great offer for horse racing punters.

Bet £20 on 2.10 Perth with Paddy Power and receive a £10 free bet to use on 2.45 Perth.

Whether you win or lose your qualifying bet, Paddy Power will give you a free bet to use on the following race.

Place a pre-race single bet of £20 (£10 each-way accepted) on the 2.10 Perth and you will earn a free bet of £10 to use on the following race.

The offer applies to single bets placed before race off at 2.10 on Sunday at minimum 1/2 odds or greater. Applies to online, mobile, phone, PP Messenger and text bets only.

 

New Paddy Power customers can also take advantage of one of the most genrous welcome offers from any online bookmaker. Open a new Paddy Power account today and bet £10 to receive £30 in free bets, that's four times your initial betting bank just for opening a new account.

Use your free bets to take advantage of enhanced odds, offers, bonuses and promotions at Paddy Power on pre-event and live markets for American football, athletics, aussie rules, badminton, baseball, basketball, beach volleyball, bowls, boxing, chess, cricket, cycling, darts, field hockey, futsal, gaelic sports, golf, greyhound racing, handball, horse racing, ice hockey, martial arts, motor racing, poker, pool, rink hockey, rowing, rugby, sailing, snooker, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball and water polo.

Paddy Power terms and conditions:
Qualifying bets must be placed on the win or each way market on the above stated race.
Free Bet can only be redeemed on win or each way market of the above stated race.
Qualifying bets can be €/£20 win or €/£10 each way
Free bet stake not returned in any winnings.
Applies to bets placed on Desktop, Mobile, Phone, Text & Messenger only.
Does not apply to tote bets.
Paddy Power Horse Racing Rules apply.
Paddy Power Free bet Conditions apply.
Free bet token will appear from race-off in qualifying event.
Paddy Power reserves the right in its discretion to exclude and/or limit the availability of the offer to certain customers.