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When you open an account with Smarkets and deposit £20 with a card or bank transfer, we'll refund your first £10 of losses into your account.

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Smarkets Betting Exchange

£10 Welcome bonus



Deposit a minimum of £20 by card


Place a bet on any market with no bet limit


Get 0% commission for 60 days
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The terms and conditions for our welcome bonus are stated below:

1. Once the bonus is credited to your account, losses will be refunded up to the bonus amount. 2. You must deposit at least the qualifying deposit of £20 (or currency equivalent) in a single amount with your first deposit to be eligible for the rebate. 3. Users making their first deposit by by Skrill, Neteller, PayPal or a virtual/prepaid card will not qualify for this promotion. 4. To withdraw rebated funds, you must bet at least the qualifying deposit on any combination of markets within the promotional period; otherwise rebated funds will be forfeited. 5. Unused bonuses expire after seven days of being credited to a user account and will be removed after this period. 6. The promotion is open to new users making their first deposit by card or bank transfer only. 7. The sign up offer is strictly limited to one per individual, family, household address, email address, same payment account number, and shared computer. 8. This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other sign-up promotion. 9. Smarkets standard terms for promotions apply.

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