SportingIndex spread betting
SportingIndex are the World Leaders in Sports Spread Betting and the first spread betting firm to offer a Free Bet to all new users on a range of sports. The London-based company sportingindex, founded in 1992, offers more sports markets than any other firm and are still the only sports spread betting firm to offer 24 / 7 betting. www.sportingindex.cok
Bet on a wide range of sports at SportingIndex spread betting including:
Horse Racing, American Football, Football, Snooker, Cricket, Greyhound Racing, Golf, Motor Racing, Rugby, & Special Bets. (see sportingindex spread betting for more details).
Bet types available at SportingIndex
There are many different types of bets available on SportingIndex, here is a selection of the most popular and common bet types you are likely to come across. Football; Supremacy, Total Goals, Total Bookings, Multi Corners, Time of 1st Goal, Win Index. Horse Racing; Favourites Index, Racing Card Double Numbers, Starting Prices (SPs) of Winning Horses, Stop a Winner, Winning Distances, Jockey Index. Golf; Tournament Index, Leaderboard Index, Live Index, Finishing Positions, 72 Hole Match Bets, 18 Hole Match Bets. This is just a small selection of the bets available. (see www.sportingindex.couk for more details).
Deposit/Withdraw methods available at SportingIndex spread betting
SportingIndex clients can deposit funds into their account in a number of ways. The main methods of payment are cheque, debit card (Switch, Visa Delta and Solo) and credit card (Visa & Mastercard). Clients should be aware that there is a 1.5% charge for payments by credit card and a £25 charge for a CHAPS bank transfer.
Sporting Index will settle credit accounts weekly (or fortnightly in the case of Stop Loss accounts) and payment will be made by either cheque and/or debit card. Deposit account holders can request for money to be paid by either method.
(see www.sportingindexcom for more details).
Latest SportingIndex Bonus
£100 cash bonus* (see www.sportingindex.com for more details)
*Credit and suitability checks, terms and conditions apply. See site for details about an account with Sporting Index. Sports spread betting is high risk and is not suitable for everyone. You can lose more than your original stake, so make sure you understand the risks involved and only bet with money you can afford to lose. Sporting Index is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.