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How would you like the chance to earn a free bet worth £5, every week, for as long as you would like? No gimmicks involved and once that money is in your account, then the money is yours to do with what you like?
It does sound somewhat too good to be true doesn’t it? Well, that may be the case but if you are a member of SkyBet then that is precisely what you can have thanks to the sites fantastic SkyBet Club promotion.
Let’s learn a little about what SkyBet Club is and how you can become, and remain, a member. To be a member, first you’ll need to become a member of SkyBet. Learn more about joining and claiming free SkyBet UK sports bets by clicking on the link.What is SkyBet Club?
SkyBet Club is a collection of people who have a SkyBet account and who make bets totalling at least £25 across the many different sporting markets on SkyBet every week, on selections that are either even money or better.
Once a player has opted in to join SkyBet Club, they can qualify for the club by making a bet or bets totalling £25 in one qualifying week. Once that player has made bets totalling £25 or more in that qualifying week (on sporting selections of odds of even money or better) then they have earned themselves a free £5 bet.
The free £5 bet is added to your bonus cash account early in the following week.
To remain a member of SkyBet Club and to receive another free bet the following week, you must continue to place bets of at least £25 in total on sporting markets of even money or better with SkyBet in each successive week after you join.
If you fail to place £25 worth of bets in a qualifying week after joining, then your membership will lapse (see below on how you can get back into the club in the ‘What happens if I miss a week as a SkyBet Club member below).
It really is that simple, just click to opt in to the offer and then place £25 worth of sporting bets with SkyBet at odds of even money or better each week and if you do you will receive a £5 free bet every week you remain an active member of SkyBet Club.How to get a free £5 bet each week at SkyBet
Provided that you fulfil the criteria for club membership, by opting in, betting £25 or more on sports betting markets at odds of even money or better, then your free £5 bet is credited to your account early in the following week so that you can use it quickly.
Usually, your free bet is credited and available in your account no later than 7pm on the following Monday after a qualifying week has been completed.
One important thing to note about your free £5 bet is that this is not included in your next £25 worth of bets for qualifying for your next free bet. You need to make £25 worth of bets from your own cash reserves, not including the £5 free bet, to qualify for the next weeks offer.
Remember though, you do not need to place one qualifying bet worth £25 or more to qualify for this offer. You can spend your £25 across as many different qualifying bets in any way that you wish, so if you prefer to make smaller wagers, you could make 25 x £1 bets on qualifying markets and you’ll still qualify for your free bet.
You have until midnight on the following Sunday from the day you receive your free bet to use it, otherwise the free bet will expire.What happens if I miss a week as a SkyBet Club member?
If you fail to place £25 worth of bets in any week as a member of SkyBet Club then you will not receive your next £5 free bet and your membership of the SkyBet Club will lapse.
You can however rejoin the SkyBet Club at any time by placing bets totalling £40 in any subsequent qualifying week. These bets must be at odds of even money or greater and once you have placed bets of £40 to rejoin, on subsequent weeks, the amount you need to wager to qualify for the free £5 bet reverts back to £25.Type of bets allowed for SkyBet Club members
Almost any type of bet you can place on a sporting event is included in the SkyBet Club offer, provided that the bet is made at odds or even money or above. This means you can make single bets, each way bets, multiple bets, accumulator bets or indeed take advantage of another Sky Offer (such as a Price Boost promotion) and your bet will still qualify for the offer.
The only bets that are not included on the offer are tote bets and any bets that are on a market or markets that are of less than even money.
So, for example, if you wanted to place a bet on Liverpool to beat Southampton and Liverpool were 8/13 to win the game, this bet as a single bet would not qualify for the SkyBet Club offer as the price is under the even money mark.
However, if you then paired that bet up with a Scorecast bet on Philippe Coutinho being the first goalscorer to score in the game at odds of 4/1, that single bet now has odds of just over 7/1, meaning that this bet now would qualify for your SkyBet Club offer and whatever you stake will count towards your £25 stake for that week.What if I Opt In but forget to place a qualifying bet?
No, once you have opted in there is no time limit on when you need to have placed your first qualifying week of bets worth £25 or more. You can opt in and place those bets several weeks later, even if you place other bets in those previous weeks.
However, once you activate your first free £5 bet, you are then in the SkyBet Club and if you miss a subsequent week, then you will need to place the £40 worth of bets to rejoin.
Sky Bet are packing some serious promotions this week through offering a free £5 bet each week. The promotion is split into two parts, one for existing customers and one for new.
Sign up to SkyBet here. You will be awarded £20 in free bets once you place your very first bet of £5 or more – this is taken care of automatically but you must be a new customer to join. Once you have made the most of your free bets then you need to progress onto the next step to get £5 in free bets each week.
Once you have an account and you’ve used up your £20 in free bets, head over to the promotions link, located (at the time of writing this review) at the bottom left of the screen – on the navigation bar.
Located there will be a link for the Sky Bet Club, when you opt into this club for free, each week you will be awarded £5 in free bets as long as you bet £25 before the weekly deadline.
You don’t need to bet £25 every week although the £5 will only be credited on weeks you wager more than the threshold of £25.
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Create a new account with Skybet and they will give you a £10 free bet instantly! No deposit required.
Furthermore, bet £5 each week and Skybet will give you a £5 free bet for the rest of the season. You can’t get any better than that!
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Place a £5 bet each week to get £5 free every week until the end of the seasonFree Bet FAQs
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US Dollar net speculator positions now at $-15.42 billion this week
The latest data for the weekly Commitment of Traders (COT) report, released by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on Friday, showed that large traders and currency speculators raised their bets for the US dollar this week.
Non-commercial large futures traders, including hedge funds and large speculators, had an overall US dollar short position totaling $-15.42 billion as of Tuesday October 10th, according to the latest data from the CFTC and dollar amount calculations by Reuters. This was a weekly rise of $1.41 billion from the $-16.83 billion total position that was registered the previous week, according to the Reuters calculation (totals of the US dollar contracts against the combined contracts of the euro , British pound , Japanese yen , Australian dollar , Canadian dollar and the Swiss franc ).
US dollar aggregate bets have now gone higher for a second straight week after having fallen for the previous six weeks.
Weekly Speculator Contract Changes:
The individual major currencies had only one weekly change above the (+ or -) 10,000 contract mark this week in the speculators category.
Overall, the major currencies that improved against the US dollar last week were the euro (7,246 weekly change in contracts) and the Canadian dollar (1,264 contracts).
The currencies whose speculative bets declined last week versus the dollar were the British pound sterling (-4,441 weekly change in contracts), Japanese yen (-16,776 contracts), Swiss franc (-969 contracts), Australian dollar (-2,630 contracts), New Zealand dollar (-2,389 contracts) and the Mexican peso (-6,367 contracts).
Weekly Charts: Large Trader Weekly Positions vs Price
*COT Report: The weekly commitment of traders report summarizes the total trader positions for open contracts in the futures trading markets. The CFTC categorizes trader positions according to commercial hedgers (traders who use futures contracts for hedging as part of the business), non-commercials (large traders who speculate to realize trading profits) and nonreportable traders (usually small traders/speculators). Find CFTC criteria here: (http://www.cftc.gov/MarketReports/CommitmentsofTraders/ExplanatoryNotes/index.htm).
The Commitment of Traders report is published every Friday by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and shows futures positions data that was reported as of the previous Tuesday (3 days behind).
Each currency contract is a quote for that currency directly against the U.S. dollar, a net short amount of contracts means that more speculators are betting that currency to fall against the dollar and a net long position expect that currency to rise versus the dollar.
(The charts overlay the forex closing price of each Tuesday when COT trader positions are reported for each corresponding spot currency pair.) See more information and explanation on the weekly COT report from the CFTC website.Related Articles
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