Sporting Index is the pioneer of sports betting and one of the main spread betting companies, having been around since the early nineties. They offer an enormous range of spread betting markets and are one of the ‘must have’ spread betting accounts if you are to get the most attractive quotes.
They give away an incredibly generous bonus when signing up to a new account, where they credit your account with £100 non-withdrawable cash to bet with.
They have an absolutely incredible amount of markets available on a daily basis, and cover a large variety of sports, making them one of the most popular companies on the market.
Your Sporting Index account will be used several times a week and will be one of the main accounts in your portfolio.
You can register for a Sporting Index account here
Star Spread is another very good up and coming spread betting company and they offer two completely different sign-up offers.
The first one is that they will refund your net losses up to your initial deposit (max £150) anytime in your first month.
The second offer is that you are able to get your first five bets ‘spread free’, so basically taking the middle of the spread. This is a great offer and can really mount up over the course of the five bets.
You can register for a Star Spreads account here
Sports Spread offers a fantastic sign-up bonus whereby they will match your initial deposit up to a maximum of £1,000. There is usually a turnover requirement of 3x your initial deposit plus the bonus, meaning if you deposit £100 you would need to turnover £600.
However, I have managed to negotiate a better deal for my subscribers, if you deposit at least £200, then the turnover requirement will only be 1.5x initial deposit and bonus, and this doesn’t have a time restriction on it. To qualify for this reduced turnover, simply put SSB17 in the Promotional Code box when you are signing up for a new account, and make a deposit of at least £200.
This is an excellent offer and having double the amount of your deposit means you can use slightly larger stakes from the outset.