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Love a free bet? Then check out this Paddy Power offer!

2017-06-21 15:00:00

We have already covered Paddy Power’s appealing sign-up offer, where those who register receive £$€30 in free bets with a qualifying bet of £$€10 (at odds of ½ or greater). Apart from this, loyal customers regularly receive free bets. Paddy Power’s marketing team has rightfully gained a sterling reputation, with controversial advertisements (a billboard of Irish soccer legend Roy Keane in a William Wallace guise outside the Aviva, ahead of the then upcoming Ireland-Scotland Euro 2016 qualifier) and strong interaction with their target market (PP Fan Denial on Paddy Power Facebook page). Little wonder then that Paddy Power can afford to give a little something back, and here we look at the process of their free bet offers.

Free Bet Alert

Customers will be notified of having received a Paddy Power free bet via email and/or text, depending on their alert settings. By logging in, customers can also check their Free Bet balance, which can be found under the main account balance on screen. If a customer is aware of a free bet offer, which has failed to show on their account, clearing cookies or refreshing the page may do the trick.

Free Bet Problems

Customers may find themselves unable to use the Paddy Power Free Bet for several reasons. For example, some free bets can be placed only on a certain event or sport. This is a regular occurrence and customers can find out which event the free bet can be redeemed with by clicking on “My Account” “Vouchers” and the “Redeem Against” column. For Multiples/Accumulators, customers must enter the stake manually in the appropriate box, and then select the “Use Free Bet” option on the drop-down menu. All Free Bets have an expiration date, of which the customer will be informed, and therefore any bet placed after this period will not work for the offer. In addition, not all customers are eligible for Paddy Power sign-up offers. They should be aware of their entitlements before placing a qualifying bet.