One thing you should never be short of as a Paddy Power customer is a promotion, Whether it’s a welcome deal to get you signed up and on board or an ongoing offer to give you a little extra value as an existing player, this is one of the most active bookies around in this respect.
Here’s what you can look forward to.
Paddy Power’s standard welcome offer changed in 2017 and as of July in that year, it’s listed as a risk free bet with up to £10.00 being returned if your first punt loses. Simply register your details, place your first bet and if it loses, Paddy Power will refund in cash within 6 hours.
As an alternative to the generic welcome deal, Paddy are very active in terms of the new wave of enhanced odds deals for new customers. These would typically take the price on an outcome of a big sporting event and lift it considerably. These vary greatly but typically you may find an Even Money option lifted to around 6/1 with a maximum stake applicable of £10.00.
Naturally you should check all the terms and conditions of these and any Paddy Power offers but do note that the enhanced portion of the punt will be returned to you as free bet tokens if it’s a winner.
Paddy Power’s ongoing deals will rotate depending on the time of year so, in the football season, promos from that sport will dominate while in the English summer there is a notable switch to GAA.
For football, Paddy introduced a deal in 2017 where they would pay out in the result markets as soon as your team went 2-0 up. Other options across the season will include free bets and price boosts.
When GAA took over in 2017, the bookmaker issued free bets in the first goal scorer market for both hurling and football if your selection didn’t score first but subsequently went on to score at any point later in the game.
This is a bookmaker who likes to keep changing their offers and bringing new ones in as soon as a big event comes around. At the time of writing, Wimbledon tennis was in full swing and Paddy Power had published offers that were specifically targeted to this tournament.
The ‘2 up you win’ deal that we mentioned in the football markets had been carried over here and Paddy were paying out in the result markets as soon as your selection went ahead by two sets to nil. Wimbledon also formed a big part of Paddy Power’s tennis loyalty offer where players could place 50 bets in a weekly period and get a free bet as an average of their overall stake.
On Four Legs
Unlike other bookies, Paddy Power are very positive in terms of horse racing and greyhound racing with regular offers being made available for both sports. For the greyhounds, a regular deal gives a free bet back if your selection finishes second to the SP favourite.
This offer will apply to a specific race each day so keep checking the promo page at Paddy Power and note that there is a generous maximum refund available of £25.00 or currency equivalent.
Similar offers come up in the horse racing markets too with some potential returns on any day of the year. When the big events come around such as the Grand National and the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Paddy Power will be particularly active in regards to offers and at the very least, you can expect to see them paying several places for each way bets – possibly down to seventh place in some cases.
Promos may be subject to change but one thing is certain: Paddy Power are among the busiest bookmakers around when it comes to offers and promotions and that counts from start to finish.