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Once registered simply place five sports spread bets with the potential to win or lose at least £20 and receive a FREE spread bet worth up to £100. Place a further 10 qualifying wagers and claim another £100 free spread bet.
£100 FREE SPORTS BET - To compliment the £200 worth of spread bets, Spreadex offer you the chance to claim a double the odds bet on your 6th fixed odds sports bet up to a maximum stake of £100. Simply place 5 qualifying sports bets and Spreadex will double the odds on your 6th bet to the smallest stake of your qualifying wagers.
For example - Stake 4 x £50 bets and 1 x £30 sports bet and receive double the odds on your 6th sports bet up to a maximum £30 stake.
To claim the iPad Air 16GB Wi-Fi simply place £300 worth of stakes on any of the following football spread bet markets, Bookings, Shirts, Multicorners, Cross-Corners, Goals x Corners, Headed/Penalty Goal Mins, 1st Match and 1st Team Goal Times. Spreadex will then send you a free iPad Air 16GB Wi-Fi.
Spreadex ReviewSpreadex were established in 1999 after former City dealer Jonathan Hufford decided that he was going to embark on a mission to make spread betting more available to the mass market, however it was 2000 before the Spreadex brand successfully traded on the market and began to see Hufford’s vision become a reality. With a history of trading within the spread betting market, Spreadex took a risk in their decision to open an online sports betting service in May 2006, increasing the services that they offered to their members and therefore increasing the members base with a dual service site.
With the online sports betting section seeing relatively strong uptake, the company once again announced that they were to increase the services that their site offered, launching a financial spread betting trading platform to further appeal to the betting marketplace.
With their expansion of their service came three successive years of inclusion in the Sunday Times PriceWaterhouseCooper Profit Track 100, naming the company as one of the top 100 UK profitable companies in recognition of their achievement within the market. May 2010 saw Spreadex once again show that they were keen to enhance their offers as they announced the release of a full fixed odds sports betting platform allowing the company to allow users to bet both in decimal and fractional format.
With Spreadex now developing a name for themselves within the sports betting industry, they struck again to prove that they were on the cuff of the developments within the market as they revealed a mobile sports betting platform which went live in December of that year, allowing users to bet freely across iPhone, smartphone or tablet devices. With a wide sports betting offering already, Spreadex made a large step towards their mission to become a leading sports betting operator as they acquired the client base of Extrabet, a sports betting arm of IG Group, doubling the size of their sports service to a size that is reported to have given them a 35% market share of the spread betting industry.
Live In-Play BettingIn-play betting is considered to be one of the specialities that Spreadex have to offer for their sport loving members, giving them the chance to bet in-play both within their fixed odds offering or their spread betting variant as they look to enhance the betting experience of their users. With in-play betting allowing gamblers to be able to bet during the live action, the attraction of the offering throughout the market has grown and that comes with the fact that many bookies such as Spreadex offer in-play betting on both televised and non-televised sporting events, allowing gamblers to determine whether they would like to watch the action unfold in relation to their bet or not.
As well as offering in-play betting, Spreadex allow their users to make use of their ‘Cash Out’ feature, allowing them to claim their bet before the event has completed and thus allowing them to cut their losses should they feel the need.
Mobile BettingAs is the market these days, Spreadex have successfully created a mobile platform that allows users to wager bets while on the move, whether it be on their travels or simply away from their computer, giving members a much more accessible service. Knowing that the gambling industry is full of personal choices and preferences, they have ensured that they offer both their fix odds sports betting and sports spread betting services through their mobile platform, meaning that you can have the same fantastic gambling experience through your mobile as you can have at your computer.
With no app download required, all you have to do is access the Spreadex website via a mobile or tablet device and you will be automatically diverted to the platform that is best suited to your current device. With many bookmakers creating apps rather than converting their online platform to suit their users, Spreadex have worked hard to ensure that they can offer a service outside of the conventional iPhone and smartphone markets, taking pride in the fact that they have also optimised their mobile version for Blackberry OS6, although admit that you could face issues if you were to try access the platform on any Blackberry device before the Torch 9800.
Spreadex Odds and Sports CoverageSpreadex have made large steps throughout their history to ensure that they can offer fixed odds and spread betting alternatives to their members and that is a strong indication that they completely understand that nothing is clear cut in the world of online gambling, instead that people have different preferences towards the way and the breakdown of how they like to wager against sports.
With their wide betting spread incorporating their various betting offering (spread, fractional and decimal) they truly do offer a platform that can appeal to any level of gambler, whether you are new to the market or a seasoned pro. With diversity clearly found throughout their site, the offer of being able to wager on sports such as football, darts, golf, cricket or horse racing means that there will always be betting action that will interest you and even then, if you intend to spice things up a little more and want to move outside of the sports betting genre, financial betting is also available.
The VerdictAlthough Spreadex might not be the first name that springs to mind when thinking about sports betting, their platform both on a computer or mobile / tablet devices is fantastic and allows you plenty of choice when it comes to wagering on your chosen sporting event, whether that be in-play or conventional format. The fact that they have recognised that mobile betting doesn’t have to include downloading software that sits on your phone is a selling point for many as it means that you can have the same great betting experience as you can sat at your computer, yet they have worked hard to ensure that they have optimised the site to the best possible standard for many smartphone and tablet devices.
I am always willing to accept that there will be issues along the way with sites that opt to take the route of converting their online site for mobile usage and applaud the fact that they are openly honest about the fact that users on early Blackberry models (pre Blackberry OS6) could experience issues. The site may be better known for their financial betting but there is no reason that they should not be accredited as one of the front runners on the sports betting front too, especially since they are one of only a limited number that offer the chance to be able to cash out your bet before an event completes. The site is very user-friendly, offers a vast array of sports to wager on and their mobile platform really does surpass many of the betting apps that I have downloaded before, making Spreadex a strong choice when looking for an operator that can offer betting on the move.
Deposit and Withdrawal MethodsAs with many other bookmakers you will find online, Spreadex offer a variety of ways for you to deposit money into your account after registering, including Credit and Debit payments (as long as you are the account holder), direct debit, bank transfer and even cheque format, however make sure that you consult the site to find out the details for the latter options we mentioned.
Just as important as being able to deposit money into your account easy, withdrawals from the site are quick and easy too, giving you the choice of how you would like to receive your funds via your account. With some bookmakers seeming to make the whole withdrawal process harder than it needs to be, Spreadex has shown that they are different, allowing you to cash out whenever you wish via the online options or a phone request service.
It should be noted that withdrawals back onto a debit card that is attached to your account will take between 2-5 working days however if you opt to receive your money via bank transfer, it will reach you within 2 working days. Larger amounts can also request a same day CHAPS transfer, however there is a £25 processing fee attached to this method and deadlines are in place to be able to allow those funds to meet the same day processing request.