You don't see such generous sign up offers too often in the UK market, but this is the second time in a matter of months that SBK has pumped its welcome bonus up to the next level.
For a limited time only, new SBK punters can get up to £40 cash back on losses.
All that's required to qualify for cash back is a £10 deposit (it's usually £20 with SBK's regular sign up offer).
✅ No bonus code is required
SBK New Customer Offer: How to Claim
It’s super simple to claim this £40 money back offer:
- Click ‘Go to Promotion’ above and follow the instructions to download the SBK app.
- Set up an account and deposit £10 using Debit Card, bank transfer or Trustly.
- Place one or more bets on SBK.
- If your qualifying bet(s) settle as a loss/as losses, SBK will refund your losses matching your first deposit amount, up to £40.
⏰ Offer expires 17:00 GMT on 4 January 2022
- You must do a first deposit of at least £10 in a single amount to be eligible for the rebate.
- Once the bonus is credited to your account, losses will be refunded in cash equalling the amount of your first deposit (max refund £40).
- Users making their first deposit by Skrill, Neteller, PayPal or a virtual/prepaid card will not qualify for this promotion. Please note that this includes virtual Monzo cards, first deposits made by this method will not qualify for the welcome offer.
- Qualifying bets are not limited to the first bet. Losses can be refunded over multiple bets, as long as they settle within 7 days of the qualifying deposit.
- 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.
- Unused bonuses expire after seven days of being credited to a user account and will be removed after this period.
- The promotion is only open to new users making their first deposit by Instant Bank Transfer, card or Trustly.
- The offer can only be redeemed by UK residents who sign up and deposit between 17:00 GMT on 7 December 2021 and 17:00 GMT on 4 January 2022 are not existing Smarkets Exchange users.
For full T&Cs, visit SBK.