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Place A £40 Bet And Get A Free Shirt?


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Free Footy Shirt !

Offer is open to new customers only

Offer is only valid to customers acquired between 4th to 17th of August 2008

Over 18’s only

First bet must be a £40/€50 single on the market specified

Free bets cannot be used in conjunction with this offer

Email confirmation will be sent from Paddy Power Customer Service to the email address given at registration.

Customers who have met the criteria will receive an email from Paddy Power within 24 hours of placing the qualifying bet

Customers are then required to reply to the Customer Service’s email with the delivery address and shirt size required

Customer data will be sent to the club’s retail operation (for the purposes of despatch) and a second email will be sent to the customer from Paddy Power Customer Service confirming receipt.

Shirts will be delivered by the club within 14 days of the customer receiving this second email

£40 or €50 stake.

New Club home shirt only.

UK and ROI customers only.

The club have confirmed that shirts will be delivered within 14 days of receiving the data and every effort will be made to honour that. Should there be any issues that may result in a delay to delivery the customer will receive an email directly from the club

Failure to respond to Paddy Power Customer Services with a delivery address and shirt size before 31st August 2008 will result in your order not being fulfilled.

No alternative choice of product

Additional costs of numbering, names and competition logos are the responsibility of the customer

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They make their money from repeat bets rather than the initial one - the hope is you sign up to them to get your shirt and you don't walk away after one bet. You go back and usse them again as you can't be bothered setting up multiple accounts with many other online bookies. Then what they hope is that if you win it and have the £110 in your account (plus your £40 back) you decided not to withdraw it but use it for future bets.

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A lot of bookies offer some sort of incentive for signing up; it's nothing to do with people not collecting their winnings (do you know anyone who'd do that!?) but more to do with the fact they're hoping people will lose their bet, or place other bets in the future.

Shame it's only available to new customers :(

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Then what they hope is that if you win it and have the £110 in your account (plus your £40 back) you decided not to withdraw it but use it for future bets.

Just to clarify, the £110 winning includes your £40 back

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