Christmas Day Special – First Touchdown Scorer Bonus Free Bet Offer at CrownBet

Posted by on 24/12/2017
Filled in: BetEasy

Get your stake back in Rewards Points up to $45 if your selected ‘First Touchdown Scorer’ does not score the first touchdown, but does score a touchdown in the first half of this Tuesday’s NFL games.

How To Claim:

  1. Register at CrownBet.com.au via this link
  2. Go to the CrownBet.com.au promotions page
  3. Follow the instruction

 

This promotion is availabe for –

  • Pittsburgh Steelers @ Houston Texans
  • Oakland Raiders @ Philadelphia Eagles

  • Place a bet on the “First Touchdown Scorer” market in our nominated game.
  • If your player does not score the first touchdown but does score a touchdown in the 1st half, we’ll match your stake in CrownBet Rewards?Points up to $45 by giving you 100 Bonus Points for every $1 placed (max $45) up to 4,500 Bonus Points.
  • Points Structure: $10 bet=1,000 Points, $25 bet=2,500 Points, $45 bet=4,500 Points.
  • Applies to your first Head to Head bet placed on our nominated games.

Terms and Conditions

  1. This offer applies to a member’s first “First Touchdown Scorer” bet placed on our nominated game.

  2. Your selected First Touchdown Scorer must not score the first touchdown but must score a touchdown in the 1st half according to the official results to qualify for the CrownBet Rewards? Points.

  3. Applies to the Head to Head market only.

  4. This offer is available to NSW residents only.

  5. This Offer excludes:

    1. Multibets.

    2. Cashed out bets.

    3. Wagers placed over the phone.

    4. Wagers placed with Bonus Bets.

  6. The CrownBet Rewards? will match a members stake up to a maximum of a $45 which means a maximum of 4,500 Points. Any stake greater than $45 will receive the offer maximum of 4,500 Points, (provided other conditions are met).

  7. The Points will be credited to a members account within 24 hours of the completion of each game.
  8. Standard CrownBet terms and conditions apply.
* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article excludes NSW residents.